Report: India Has 1.25 Billion People With Malaria Risk

Non-profit body Malaria No More India said in a release Thursday an estimated 1.25 billion Indians remain at risk with malaria, Xinhua reported. Because of the severity of the disease, India needs $1.42 billion in aid from the United States to fight the disease until 2022, the World Malaria Day release said. A 2017 goal has been set by India to be malaria free by 2027, Xinhua reported, with an overall target of eradicating the disease by 2030 in association with the World Health Organization. But, the World Malaria report claims, 435,000 people die of the disease annually in India. “For India, meeting its 2030 malaria-free goal will not be easy, but like India’s success in eliminating polio…

Report: India Has 1.25 Billion People With Malaria Risk

Non-profit body Malaria No More India said in a release Thursday an estimated 1.25 billion Indians remain at risk with malaria, Xinhua reported. Because of the severity of the disease, India needs $1.42 billion in aid from the United States to fight the disease until 2022, the World Malaria Day release said. A 2017 goal has been set by India to be malaria free by 2027, Xinhua reported, with an overall target of eradicating the disease by 2030 in association with the World Health Organization. But, the World Malaria report claims, 435,000 people die of the disease annually in India. “For India, meeting its 2030 malaria-free goal will not be easy, but like India’s success in eliminating polio…

Report: India Has 1.25 Billion People With Malaria Risk

Non-profit body Malaria No More India said in a release Thursday an estimated 1.25 billion Indians remain at risk with malaria, Xinhua reported. Because of the severity of the disease, India needs $1.42 billion in aid from the United States to fight the disease until 2022, the World Malaria Day release said. A 2017 goal has been set by India to be malaria free by 2027, Xinhua reported, with an overall target of eradicating the disease by 2030 in association with the World Health Organization. But, the World Malaria report claims, 435,000 people die of the disease annually in India. “For India, meeting its 2030 malaria-free goal will not be easy, but like India’s success in eliminating polio…

Privacy Watchdog Says Facebook Broke A Number Of Canadian Privacy Laws

Canadian regulators announced on Thursday their recent report found Facebook committed “serious” breaches of local laws by mishandling users’ personal information, according to The Washington Post. Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien and his B.C. counterpart, Michael McEvoy also said they would take Facebook to court to change its privacy practices. Therrien and McEvoy said the social media giant broke a number of privacy laws and did not take responsibility for protecting the private information of Canadians after they investigated the Cambridge Analytica data breach. The two watchdogs joined forces last spring to investigate Facebook and the Canadian company AggregateIQ for their…

Privacy Watchdog Says Facebook Broke A Number Of Canadian Privacy Laws

Canadian regulators announced on Thursday their recent report found Facebook committed “serious” breaches of local laws by mishandling users’ personal information, according to The Washington Post. Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien and his B.C. counterpart, Michael McEvoy also said they would take Facebook to court to change its privacy practices. Therrien and McEvoy said the social media giant broke a number of privacy laws and did not take responsibility for protecting the private information of Canadians after they investigated the Cambridge Analytica data breach. The two watchdogs joined forces last spring to investigate Facebook and the Canadian company AggregateIQ for their…

Privacy Watchdog Says Facebook Broke A Number Of Canadian Privacy Laws

Canadian regulators announced on Thursday their recent report found Facebook committed “serious” breaches of local laws by mishandling users’ personal information, according to The Washington Post. Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien and his B.C. counterpart, Michael McEvoy also said they would take Facebook to court to change its privacy practices. Therrien and McEvoy said the social media giant broke a number of privacy laws and did not take responsibility for protecting the private information of Canadians after they investigated the Cambridge Analytica data breach. The two watchdogs joined forces last spring to investigate Facebook and the Canadian company AggregateIQ for their…

Privacy Watchdog Says Facebook Broke A Number Of Canadian Privacy Laws

Canadian regulators announced on Thursday their recent report found Facebook committed “serious” breaches of local laws by mishandling users’ personal information, according to The Washington Post. Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien and his B.C. counterpart, Michael McEvoy also said they would take Facebook to court to change its privacy practices. Therrien and McEvoy said the social media giant broke a number of privacy laws and did not take responsibility for protecting the private information of Canadians after they investigated the Cambridge Analytica data breach. The two watchdogs joined forces last spring to investigate Facebook and the Canadian company AggregateIQ for their…