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Executive Editor Kayla Green [email protected] FROM THE SUMTER ITEM December 6, 2021Unlock full access for as low as $2.54 per weekSee other offers. Happy Monday. I missed y’all last week. I won’t go into too much detail, but sometimes 💩 happens. Sometimes, literally. We came home Monday to a septic tank, uh, issue. Long, gross story short, thank […]

Admissions Closing for Stanford’s Advanced Cybersecurity Program | Limited Seats Left – Deadline 9 Dec

According to ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) andESG (Enterprise Strategy Group), the cybersecurity skills shortageand its impacts haven’t improved over the past few years, and 44%of professionals say it’s only gotten worse. There is a vast gap in the cybersecurity job landscape, andprofessionals trained in cybersecurity are guaranteed to have asecure and rewarding career. Companies […]

Beijing ready as Games preparations are finalised

07 Dec 2021 – During today’s International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board (EB) meeting, the Beijing 2022 Organising Committee’s report highlighted its readiness and anticipation as it prepares to welcome the world for next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Speaking after the updates, the IOC’s Beijing 2022 Coordination Commission Chair, Juan Antonio Samaranch, said: “Everything is operations, operations, […]

The Rise of Digital Billboards

Digital signboard advertising is changing into the popular alternative of out-of-home advertising for several firms. The increase of digital collection systems is not solely within the range of spick-and-span electronic billboards in several countries but conjointly in several kinds of retail and franchise setting applications that create use of animated and generally bit advertising display […]

Kamala vs. Mitt: Two Different Viewpoints of Family Planning Prefigure Different Futures for Planetary Health

Forget their policies for a moment, and consider how two politicians’ lives foreshadow our ecological future. By Carter Dillard / Independent Media Institute U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris does not have any biological children and grew up middle-class. Meanwhile, Utah Senator Mitt Romney, a Mormon with five kids, was born into wealth and has substantially […]

WHO Director−General’s opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID−19 − 8 December 2021

The Omicron variant has now been reported in 57 countries, and we expect that number to continue growing. Certain features of Omicron, including its global spread and large number of mutations, suggest it could have a major impact on the course of the pandemic. Exactly what that impact will be is still difficult to know. […]

Cayman: RCIPS Request Immediate Cessation of the Spread of Illicit Video Content

From RCIPS This morning, the RCIPS was informed about a disturbing video depicting sexual abuse that has been circulating on messaging service, Whatsapp, recently. The RCIPS requests that anyone that has received video content of this nature to immediately stop sharing the content and delete it from their phones. “The circulation of illicit video content […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 70 NEW Positives, 127,061 vaccinations given

Grand Cayman – At 8 a.m. on Wednesday, 8 December Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee reported that 1170 PCR tests had been conducted since 8 a.m. on Tuesday, 7 December. The Public Health Department reported 70 positive results from these tests, two in travellers and 68 coming from the community.  These results brought the number of active cases […]

Learn How to Harness the Power of Data Science to Uncover Actionable Insights | Enrol Today

Emeritus on behalf of Singapore Management University Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? Enterprises across the globe are shifting their focus to data-driven goals and decision-making. In fact, the International Data Corporation reports that APAC big data analytics solutions’ revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 bn by 2024. So, why is data science so important? […]

Education In China

Extracurricular Education In China. The early months of 2020 saw the Chinese ministry of education implement double reduction policies to ease the burden of excessive homework, off-campus tutoring on students and promote a higher birth rate. These policies have affected teaching jobs in China and forced many private schools to adapt to the ‘harsh’ reality.  […]