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White-Hat Hacking SHOULD NOT BE a Criminal Offence. Arrest of University Students Raises Questions on Cybersecurity Ethics and Bug Bounties

We’ve all heard about the four computer science students at the University of Malta that have been arrested after discovering a security flaw in Malta’s largest student application, FreeHour. The students claim that their efforts to warn the company about… Continue Reading →

The Future of Work: Embracing Remote Work for a Better Work-Life Balance

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant shift in the way we work. With many companies adopting work from home policies, the pandemic has shown us that remote work is a viable option that can help reduce traffic congestion, especially… Continue Reading →

Addressing Non-Voters: The Key to Unlocking Change in Malta

The Times of Malta recently reported that Labour’s popularity has dropped to its lowest in years, according to a recent poll. However, while many non-voters and former PL supporters have become disgruntled with the current government’s performance, the PN has… Continue Reading →

Revolutionizing Transportation: Modern and Unusual Ideas to Minimize Traffic

Traffic congestion is a major problem that affects people all around the world, especially in small congested places such as Malta. It causes delays, frustration, and even environmental damage. With the rapid development of technology and innovative ideas, there are… Continue Reading →

Gen Z in the Workforce: Prioritizing Work-Life Balance

As more individuals from the baby boomer generation reach retirement age, a wave of Gen Zers is entering the workforce for the first time. This latest generation consists of individuals born between 1997 and 2012, many of whom are now… Continue Reading →

Finding True Happiness: Prioritizing Self-Care, Defying Societal Expectations, and Embracing the Journey

In today’s fast-paced and materialistic world, it’s easy to get caught up in the pursuit of material possessions, social media popularity, and societal norms. This can be due to the fact that sometimes we’re trying too hard to find, buy… Continue Reading →

Sweetheart Facts: 14 Random Facts About Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is a time for expressing love and affection to the people who mean the most to us. From the origins of the holiday to the sweet treats that we associate with it, there… Continue Reading →

Breaking the Stigma: The Importance of Mental Health Awareness and Preventing Suicide

In recent months, we’ve been hearing about too many cases of people taking their own lives. Some of these are people who, on the surface, seemed to have it all together, but underneath were struggling with unseen demons. It’s a… Continue Reading →

Understanding Phantom Vibration Syndrome: An overview of what PVS is and its causes.

In the era of technology, our lives have become intertwined with mobile devices. From answering emails to scrolling through social media, we are constantly connected to the digital world. However, this constant connection has also led to a rise in… Continue Reading →

The Disqualification of Aidan Cassar: A Step Backwards for the Maltese Music Scene

The disqualification of Aidan Cassar from the Malta Eurovision Song Contest has sparked a heated debate about the role of social media in the music industry. The organizers of the festival have stated that Aidan broke the rules by uploading… Continue Reading →

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