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Latest News: Enemies of free publishing: Imprison the word, kill the author

eLearningworld News from the World Different media reported yesterday about enemies of free publishing and their methods. 27 years after the fatwa against Salman Rushdie was declared forty Iranian media outlets has added $600 000 to murder the author. The Iranian deputy Minister of Culture comment that the fatwa will never disappear.  In China the government is implementing new rules to further restrict online publishing by foreign companies. The ban is directed on companies with… Continue reading

Latest News: U.S-Russian Innovation Corridor popular among Edtech Companies

eLearningworld News from US and Russia The U.S.-Russia Innovation Corridor is an exchange programme that started 2013. It has provided mentorship and organized working visits for over 20 startups from academic institutions in Russia to US. The goal is to create win-win economic partnership where the Russian startups gain better access to the US market through new connections with universities, scientists, business development experts, industry associations, and customers in the US. During two weeks in… Continue reading