How Facebook Really Handles Your Personal Conversations

Ashley Navo
LLB student at the University of Hertfordshire

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We live in society where everyday life revolves around technology and social media networking; we can pick and choose what to share, what to write, what to delete, like and dislike and the option to keep some or all of our details private. But what do you really know about Facebook privacy and how the company handles your personal details.

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Extreme weather events and international responsibility

Dr. Chamu Kuppuswamy
Expert in public international law and a member of UNESCO Man and Biosphere (MAB) UK Urban Forum, Senior Lecturer at the School of Law and Assistant Director of Research at the School of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities (SSAHRI) at the University of Hertfordshire 

 

I came to India for a conference and stayed on for a bit as India is home. As I sit here, stuck in South India because of an extreme weather event, nearly all of my wardrobe gone, part of the household’s attempt at contributing to the massive relief effort underway to help people in the disaster struck areas, the thought of more shopping heartens me. I do like shopping for ethnic wear.

Relief, eh?!

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The United Nations at 70

Dr. Thomas Dunk
Lecturer in Law at the University of Hertfordshire

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As part of the recent 70th anniversary celebrations for the United Nations, Fudan University in partnership with Deakin University held a joint conference – “The United Nations at 70: Key Challenges for International Law”. Continue reading