Freelancer work in Thailand

How the Internet Has Changed the Way We Work and Earn

Around five years ago, I was a starry-eyed new graduate, ready to take on the world! But wait, is this what I had signed up for? I would get up early, get to the subway (what New York City calls its metro system), wait about 5 minutes to get on because of all the people, then sit at a desk all day to work a job I really couldn’t care less about. I thought to myself that there had to be a better way.
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Triple talaq

When Women Won: Triple Talaq Now Unconstitutional In India

“Punish us if you want, but triple talaq will remain valid in India”, The Jamiat Ulama-i Hind, the leading Islamic Organization in India, proclaimed after the Supreme Court’s Ban on triple talaq. Challenging the 1400-year-old practice, the Muslim Women’s quest for equality filed seven petitions including one by a woman who was divorced through WhatsApp.
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How the Internet Changed the Way We Communicate

Whether technology in its most modern forms is advantageous or disadvantageous to humanity has been the subject of debate over the years. On one hand, we are no stranger to how technology can so much affect the various aspects of our lives that the generation of today can become zombies little by little due to the adverse effects of technology not only to the physical but also to the social well-being of a person.
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Internet Privacy

Internet Privacy for the Average Citizen

Data laws have been all over the charts. The Senate passed a law three weeks ago stating that ISPs (Internet Service Providers) are allowed to sell your browsing data to 3rd party ad agencies. Other countries have entire areas of the web completely blocked from view. How can we maintain internet privacy when the odds are stacked against us, the average citizen?
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Cuba’s Hand-Delivered Internet

In first world countries we can often tend to take the world of the internet for granted. For example, as you are reading this you probably didn’t think much about how amazing it was that you were able to easily get access to the web and read this article. However, for people in Cuba with massive restrictions, the internet can be a much more valuable commodity.
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Data Privacy Day

As technology becomes more present in our lives with each passing day, each one of us should ask ourselves, exactly how much of our personal lives we allow to be digitalised, collected, stored and used for someone else’s purpose.
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