Global system of interconnected computer networks that uses the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to communicate between networks and devices.- Internet
In 2018 and 2019, Kim took part in summits with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump.- Kim Jong-un
Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un three times, but made no progress on denuclearization.- Donald Trump
On 25 April 2019, Kim held his first summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok, Russia.- Kim Jong-un
In January 2017, a U.S. intelligence community assessment expressed high confidence that Putin personally ordered an influence campaign, initially to denigrate Hillary Clinton and to harm her electoral chances and potential presidency, then later developing "a clear preference" for Donald Trump.- Vladimir Putin
Trump repeatedly praised and rarely criticized Russian president Vladimir Putin, but opposed some actions of the Russian government.- Donald Trump
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A webcam is a video camera that feeds or streams an image or video in real time to or through a computer network, such as the Internet.
Domestic intelligence and security service of the United States and its principal federal law enforcement agency.
Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Center (CITAC) and the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) were created to deal with the increase in Internet-related problems, such as computer viruses, worms, and other malicious programs that threatened U.S. operations.
The current FBI director is Christopher A. Wray appointed by President Donald Trump.
Country on the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia.
On 20 May 2017, President Donald Trump and King Salman signed a series of letters of intent for Saudi Arabia to purchase arms from the United States totalling US$110 billion immediately and $350 billion over 10 years.
Saudi Arabia received access to the Internet in 1994.
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Media of Russia include television and radio channels, periodicals, and Internet media, which according to the laws of the Russian Federation may be either state or private property.
The death of Politkovskaya triggered an outcry of criticism of Russia in the Western media, with accusations that, at best, Vladimir Putin has failed to protect the country's new independent media.
The Russian federal law "for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values," also referred to in English-language media as the gay propaganda law and the anti-gay law, is a bill that was unanimously approved by the State Duma on 11 June 2013 (with just one MP abstaining—Ilya Ponomarev), and was signed into law by President Vladimir Putin on 30 June 2013.
An amendment to the law passed in 2012 instituted a mandatory content rating system for material distributed through an "information and telecommunication network" (covering television and the internet), and established a blacklist for censoring websites which contain child pornography or content glorifying drug abuse and suicide.
Business strategy that uses existing social networks to promote a product mainly on various social media platforms.
It can be delivered by word of mouth, or enhanced by the network effects of the Internet and mobile networks.
In mid 2016, an Indian tea company (TE-A-ME) has delivered 6,000 tea bags to Donald Trump and launched a video on YouTube.
Doxing or doxxing is the act of publicly revealing previously private personal information about an individual or organization, usually via the Internet.
In 2016, Fox Business news anchor Lou Dobbs revealed the address and phone number of Jessica Leeds, one of the women who accused American presidential candidate Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual advances; Dobbs later apologized.
American online social media and social networking service owned by Meta Platforms.
Facebook can be accessed from devices with Internet connectivity, such as personal computers, tablets and smartphones.
A number of countries and international bodies have imposed sanctions against North Korea.
In October 2017 Russian President Vladimir Putin signed Presidential decree (ukaz) No. 484 "On measures to implement UN Security Council resolution 2321 of November 30, 2016" imposing sanctions on North Korea in connection with the adoption of UN Security Council resolution 2321 of 30 November 2016.
On 21 September 2017, President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13810 allowing the United States to cut from its financial system or freeze assets of any companies, businesses, organizations, and individuals trading in goods, services, or technology with North Korea.
On the other hand, Sung-Yoon Lee, Professor in Korean Studies at the Fletcher School, and Joshua Stanton advocate continued tightening of sanctions and targeting Pyongyang's systemic vulnerabilities, such as blocking the regime's "offshore hard currency reserves and income with financial sanctions, including secondary sanctions against its foreign enablers. This would significantly diminish, if not altogether deny, Kim the means to pay his military, security forces and elites that repress the North Korean public."
The 2019 North Korea–United States Hanoi Summit, commonly known as the Hanoi Summit, was a two-day summit meeting between North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. president Donald Trump, held at the French Colonial Hôtel Métropole in Hanoi, Vietnam, during February 27–28, 2019.
A meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Russian president Vladimir Putin was held on 25–26 April 2019.