This talk will show the audience that edtech is being implemented in schools without due regard for privacy or harm reduction. In doing this talk, it would be hoped that attention could be drawn to these serious issues and possibly, some action might be taken.
These posters were part of a 2016 campaign by Robin Wood, a German nonviolent environmental action group.
Why would anyone pay for the opportunity to get up close and personal with an apex predator like a leopard? This is pure stupidity on the part of the customer and the “sanctuary” owner.
A Florida man paid for a “full contact” experience with a black leopard – and ended up severely injured, according to reports.
The animal kept in a backyard zoo in Davie, Fla., reportedly attacked the visitor the moment he entered an enclosure, the Sun-Sentinel of South Florida reported.
The customer, identified as Dwight Turner, 50, had paid $150 for a close-up encounter with the animal, to “play with it, rub its belly and take pictures,” according to Miami’s WPLG-TV.
After the big cat finished with him, Turner’s scalp was “hanging from his head and his right ear was torn in half,” investigators said, according to FOX 30 of Jacksonville.
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The Davie sanctuary owner, identified as Michael Poggi, was licensed to run the attraction, WPLG reported. Authorities said he was charged with allowing full contact with an extremely dangerous animal and maintaining captive wildlife in an unsafe condition, the report said.
In 1951, Marlboro ran an ad campaign featuring infants extolling the virtues of smoking the brand.
Silktide is a toolbar add-on for Google Chrome that will simulate some disabilities, including dyslexia, color blindness, myopia, and blindness. This is designed for non-disabled users who are developing and testing websites for accessibility.
They also have a screen reader simulator that will simulate using something like JAWS to read and navigate a website without needing JAWS or something similar installed.