"Their desire is sincere to protect us, but there's also a sort of tipping point where you collect all this data and you've turned into the surveillance state, and at some point you say, well, look, North Korea is probably a very safe place, but it's not necessarily the country most Australians would sign up for as a model for government," says Dreyfus. … [Read more...] about Nothing to hide: What happened to privacy?
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Kosta will appear in a new variety show on SBS that premieres on Jan. 28. [OH SEUNG-HWAN, YUN KI-DUCK, AN SANG-MI, YUN KI-DUCK]K-pop is enjoying its heyday, and it seems like Korea churns out new K-pop groups every week. It’s increasingly difficult to stand out among so many competitors and make an impact. Even K-pop phenomenon BTS performed for years before people started to take notice of its talent. EXP Edition, a four-member K-pop band, also struggled to find success after debuting in 2017. However, the group was immediately in the spotlight because not a single member of the group is Korean. Leader Hunter Kohl is from New York, Sime Kosta was born in Croatia, Frankie DaPonte is Portuguese-American from Rhode Island and Koki Tomlinson is half German and half Japanese and grew up in Texas. While it’s not difficult to see one or two foreign members in a K-pop boy band or a girl group these days - a marketing strategy that entertainment agencies use to appeal to the … [Read more...] about K-pop group EXP Edition shakes things up: When Bora Kim designed a boy band for her thesis, no one expected so much interest, or controversy
With the entry of Uber, the most well-funded start-up in the history of the world, into India's foodtech space, the balance could once again be upset. Uber has shown that it is willing to invest huge amounts of money to win the Indian market in its fight with Ola, the largest cab hailing service in the country. … [Read more...] about The Uber threat to Swiggy, Zomato
North Korea has walked away from nuclear talks with the United States, saying a year-end deadline for the talks had been ignored so it no longer felt bound by commitments, which included a halt to its nuclear testing and the firing of inter-continental ballistic missiles. … [Read more...] about North Korea walks away from nuclear talks with United States, blaming ‘brutal and inhumane’ sanctions
The conditions around Sigley’s detention and release remain shrouded in mystery. His release was brokered by Swedish officials and he was flown from China back to Tokyo to meet his wife last week. At the time, he thanked his family and officials for their support, saying he was “very happy” to be back. … [Read more...] about Australian student detained in North Korea denies he is a spy in statement after release