Nigerian Communications Commission Set to End Call Masking

The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC is to launch a New Technology to end call masking in the country. The Executive Vice Chairman Professor Umar Danbatta who was represented by Commissioner Stakeholders Management Mr. Sunday Dare stated this recently during the 86th Edition of Telecom Consumer Parliament in, Abuja, Nigeria.

Roscomos To Make Space Exploration Safer By Shooting Down Space Debris

Russian space agency Roscosmos has made public its plan to shoot down space debris from a junk-littered low-earth orbit with a three-meter laser ‘cannon.’ If the tests are successful, the method will ensure safer space exploration.

The technology is being developed by scientists at the Research-and-Production Corporation Precision Systems, which is a subdivision of Roscosmos, the reports.

The Nigeria Army says it has acquired new technologies like drones to aid the fight against Boko Haram insurgents in the Northeast. According to the NAN, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, made the assertion during a media interactive and dinner session organized for editors and defense correspondents on Saturday in Maiduguri, Borno State.

In an effort to mitigate the abuse of children and aid those who have been abused In a bid to tackle abuse of children and aid those who have been abused get help, the Jose Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, has developed a mobile application for children.

The Country Representative of the Foundation, Mrs Eunice Pius made this known at workshop titled “Elimination of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria” organised by the foundation in Abuja.

Mrs Pius disclosed that the application, “CSE App” enables children who are sexually exploited report and get assistance.

Cambridge Analytica Admits Receiving Data From Researcher In Facebook

Former chief of Cambridge Analytica’s Alexander Nix, denied deliberately misleading British lawmakers, even as he admitted that his company did receive data from the researcher at the center of a scandal over Facebook data, countering his previous testimony.

Cambridge Analytica has revealed that its work on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign did not use data at the center of the Facebook scandal, where the details of around 87 million users were allegedly improperly gotten.

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