Published on Sep 16, 2013
What do the people of North Korea really think? Does the West give them a bad press? This report tries to find out.
In my sole text post on this site, I want to just say how much I miss being able to watch Al Jazeera English. Tons of links on this site are now unwatchable for me and other US residents, as well as my students. I’ve built several excellent Al Jazeera news reports into my own classes, and now the hunt is on to replace them.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t expect a video on the Internet to last forever.
I just miss Al Jazeera.
Published on Jun 25, 2012 by CBCTheNational
A Vancouver man who transcribes medical records for a living says patients have reason to worry about the privacy and accuracy of their medical information.
Published on May 31, 2012 by VOAvideo
Advancing digital technology is bringing major changes to higher education, after upending journalism, the music business, manufacturing and many other industries. In a few cases, this digital revolution means tens of thousands of students can sign up for one class taught by top professors. Experts tell VOA’s Jim Randle, the pace of change in higher education is getting faster, and will affect teaching, student evaluation, and access to knowledge.
Uploaded by VOAvideo on Mar 3, 2010
As Kenya becomes increasingly wired to the Internet, problems are cropping up regarding security and safety. Of particular concern are dangers about exploitation and harassment of children. To that end, a children’s organization, the Kenyan government and Microsoft East Africa Ltd. have launched a program to warn parents about Internet hazards. Cathy Majtenyi reports for VOA from Nairobi.
Mar 3, 2011
A new service called ‘Internet Eyes’ allows people in Europe to watch live security camera video from stores across Britain and further afield – to try to catch thieves in the act. Its creators say the service will soon be rolled out across the world. But critics say it’s an example of the surveillance society going too far.