Irish Politics expert Dr Shaun McDaid comments on the Brexit and growing problem of the Irish border.
Posted in Business History Law Politics Society Tagged in: Belfast Agreement, BREXIT, Dr Shaun McDaid, EU, European Union, Good Friday, Irish border, Irish politics, Northern Ireland, Single Market, soft brexit, UK Government Policy
Environmental researcher Fiona Hesselden comments on the call for an end to throwaway plastic signalled at the UN environment ministers meeting in Kenya.
Posted in Business Consumer behaviour Environment Law Politics Society Tourism Tagged in: Blue Planet II, climate, consumers, ecosystem, environment, fishing, international shippng, Kenya, legislation, national governments, ocean, plastic, plastic bags, poisoning the oceans, pollution, Sir David Attenborough, tourism, UN Environment Programmes
Shutterstock Charlotte Mallinson, is a Lecturer in Modern World History and PhD Researcher at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article written for The Conversation, she talks about the Jack the Ripper industry and although it is very much alive the time has come to stop celebrating him because in reality he was in fact
Cyber-security researcher Abigail McAlpine is undertaking her doctorate under the umbrella of the University’s Secure Societies Institute. Here she comments on the recent discovery that almost any wireless device can now be exposed and vulnerable to an attack after a protocol vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption.
Computer Science and Informatics researcher Abigail McAlpine comments on smartwatches designed for children which have security flaws that make them vulnerable to hackers.
Posted in Business Computing Law Society Tagged in: Abigail McAlpine, child safety, Computer Science and Informatics researcher, cyber security, encryption, EU's Data Protection Directive, hack, hackers, NCC, Norwegian Consumer Council, smartwatches, Technology, tracker