Democrats and Republicans alike, parallel to big corporate media across the United States, were nearly 100% certain Hillary Clinton would be the first women elected into White House.
The percentage was somewhere near 98%. Yet Donald Trump proved them flat wrong with a mantra of making America great again. And now, there is a wide economic and social media perspective to review.
What very few predicted has developed into reality. Business tycoon Donald Trump has been elected as President of the United States. Throughout his campaign he has pledged to remain loyal to his main maxim of “Making America Great Again.” But what does this truly mean? How can we break this into down-to-earth explanations? There are various parameters and factors that must be taken into consideration.
News of cybersecurity developments were skyrocketing last week, with a row in Ukraine topping the list. Cyber Hunta is the name of a Ukrainian group that on October 28th went as far as releasing the emails of close aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin, proving how Moscow immensely influenced the separatists causing havoc in eastern Ukraine. Analysts are viewing this as a retaliation attack by Washington in response to Russian political hacking of various servers in the U.S.
While we were all happy about the announcement made by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, a pediatrician, about pledging $3bn for research to cure all diseases in our children’s lifetime, an in-depth look into this subject may actually call for a better choice of words.