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Russell Williams   In September St. Kitts-Nevis UNESCO Secretariat hosted the first OECS Conference on the Ethical Dimensions of Internet Use and Cyber Security. The Conference drew on expertise from International agencies, and data from the US and Europe. What became abundantly clear was the need for the OECS and […]

Parents Must See Social Media Through a Teen’s Lens


Editorial     For some time now I’ve noticed what appears to be a routine practice of some food retailers stocking their shelves with “short date” goods or, goods that will soon expire.   The most recent example of this is with Carnation Milk. While the Best Before or Expiry […]

Are Kittivisian Consumers Getting a Raw Deal?




Russell Williams There are not many occasions when you are encouraged to lie unless you’re playing some sort of party game, but here’s one such scenario. If you are familiar with the typical security questions typically asked by most banks, website or on-line services such as:

The One Time, You Should Lie Through Your Teeth!


By Russell Williams As I conclude this series of articles on why we in developing countries really must break the shackles of “consumerism” especially as it relates to technology and software by giving some examples. The most important asset a commercial enterprise has is its customers! If you disagree try […]

Why We can’t Afford Shrink-Wrapped Software, and It’s NOT About ...


Monday, March 16, 2009 MIAMI, USA US-based social networking company Facebook has sued a Cayman Islands corporation and related parties for allegedly violating its intellectual property rights. According to Miami-based financial newsletter OffshoreAlert, details are contained in a civil complaint filed by Facebook, Inc., a Delaware corporation, at the United […]

Facebook Sues Cayman Islands Firm, Alleges Intellectual Property Infringements