In a broad expansion of the information gathered from applicants for U.S. visas, the federal government is proposing to collect social media identities from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, according to a State Department filing on Friday.
The proposal, which must be approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), would require most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants to list on a federal application form all of the social media identities they have used in the past five years.
This mission is informed by a historical necessity to change the narrative of our country from that of a severely abused, destroyed and comprehensively mismanaged corporate entity to that of a genuinely focused, properly administered and effectively functional society that is desirous of taking a prominent position in the comity of civilized countries.
An IT expert Dylan Curran has revealed just how much data Facebook and Google, the two internet giants have on their users. It’s incredible!
Dylan Curran is a data consultant and web developer, who does extensive research into spreading technical awareness and improving digital etiquette.
Curran began the disclosure on 24 March with this tweet: “Want to freak yourself out? I’m gonna show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it.”
President Cyril Ramaphosa has stunned South Africans as he was spotted travelling to Durban in economy class.
It was on a Safair flight from Pretoria on Friday morning. He was on his way to attend the Covenant Fellowship Church International in eSikhaleni, Kwazulu Natal north coast.
Ramaphosa’s co-passengers snapped photos with the president which were shared on Twitter, according to News24.
All who support the calls for restructuring our federation are united in their desire to live in a society that works better and works for its people. They are also united by their love for their country, their patriotism. Those who do not love their country would just want it to break up; they would not be interested in making Nigeria work better. And I want to believe that those who oppose restructuring, preferring instead the retention of our current structure, with all its challenges, are also driven by their love of the country. I just happen to think that they are wrong; they are mistaken in their views.