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Etisalat pulls out of Nigeria

Abu Dhabi’s Etisalat has terminated its management agreement with its Nigerian arm and given the business time to phase out the brand in Nigeria, the chief executive of Etisalat International told Reuters on Monday. Nigerian regulators intervened last week to save Etisalat Nigeria from collapse after talks with its lenders to

U.S. Nuclear Power Stations Targeted By Hackers, Government Report Says

Hackers have been targeting companies that operate nuclear power stations around America, prompting the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI to issue an urgent warning about the severity of the threat, several media outlets reported on Thursday. Both The New York Times and Bloomberg published details from a joint report

Group drums support for digital rights and freedom bill

...Babatunde Opalana  A media right activist group, the Media Rights Agenda has called on the concerned civil societies bodies in the country to support the body in its bid to sponsor the passage of the Digital Rights and Freedom Bill into law. Media Rights Agenda in a communiqué issued at the end

Cyberattacks Spread From Ukraine to Europe, US

What Ukraine's prime minister calls an "unprecedented" cyberattack in his country has begun to spread beyond Ukraine's borders. "The attack is unprecedented but our IT experts are working on it and defending critical infrastructure," said Volodymyr Groysman, speaking of efforts to contain the crisis. Banks, government offices and airports in Ukraine were among the first to report the cyberattack.

Massive cyber-attack hits Europe with widespread ransom demands

A new wave of powerful cyber-attacks hit Europe and beyond on Tuesday in a possible reprise of a widespread ransomware assault in May. Affected were a Russian oil giant, a Danish shipping and energy conglomerate, and Ukrainian government ministries, which were brought to a standstill in a wave of ransom