(by Valentina Palmieri, journalist - social media manager and Aidr partner) The key to success of a good social media marketing strategy goes from there, there is no doubt. For a company, whether small or large, presence is not enough, or at least mere presence is no longer enough, on social networks you have to go further, [...]

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Scrivano (Aidr): we offer a useful tool to protect our most precious asset, online data The digital revolution has brought with it a disruption of daily life and therefore, of the organization of economic and social systems. Consumption and sharing of online data are the new treasure that fuels the digital age: from the photos posted on accounts [...]

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On the basis of the results of the research promoted by the Vediamocichiara portal on a sample of over 10.000 women, new free consultancy services are born to facilitate the doctor-patient relationship and to tackle ailments and disorders that persist in postcovid. Rome, 8 November 2021 - With the pandemic, the doctor-patient relationship has changed and technology has given [...]

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(by Davide Maniscalco, Aidr Regional Coordinator for Sicily, Privacy Officer and Head of Institutional Relations Swascan - Tinexta Group) As foreseen in the European Commission's Work Program 2022, technology and sustainability represent the priorities of the European agenda which, indeed, reaffirms the firm vision of a green and digital Europe. It is known that the decade [...]

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(by Federica De Stefani, lawyer and head of Aidr Regione Lombardia) The forecast of the administration of a third dose of vaccine turns the spotlight on privacy once again and requires the intervention of the Guarantor. At the base of this new "controversy" the statements of Guido Bertolaso, coordinator of the vaccination campaign in Lombardy, released on the sidelines of [...]

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(by Claudio Nassisi, Chartered Accountant and Phd in Economics and Aidr partner) With its circular dated 14 October 2021, the Ministry of Economy and Finance has made public the "Technical Instructions for the selection of PNRR projects" in order to support the Administrations in defining tenders and other selection tools for [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The Roman afternoon in mid-October this time is sunny but very breezy and even if someone wanders among the thousands in attendance with a short-sleeved shirt, it must be added that this afternoon is really cold. who do not let themselves be guided by television, even today they have decided [...]

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(by John Blackeye) It is the last Saturday of September of this 2021 that is flying away with a thousand problems. Some of the problems we have suddenly found ourselves facing, others instead are creating them for us. The Sun seems to be that of August. The temperature is around thirty degrees. On the lawns of Piazza San Giovanni [...]

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On 11 September 2001, a date that changed the history of the West, 4 airliners carried out a sensational terrorist attack on the territory of the United States, this time the natural defense constituted by the immense expanse of water of the Atlantic Ocean not he defended what was considered a world superpower. Below we propose the testimony of an Italian, [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Turkey and Qatar today have become the referents of the Western world in Afghanistan, their diplomatic and intelligence network is growing day by day within the country. Main objective: to counter, as far as possible, competition from China and Russia, the only countries, together with Pakistan, which have kept open the [...]

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(by Pasquale Preziosa - President of the Security Observatory - EURISPES) Overall, the Costs of War Project has estimated that 241 thousand people died as a result of the war in Afghanistan. Among them, over 2.400 members of the US armed forces and at least 71 civilians, as well as 78.000 Afghan soldiers and policemen and 84 fighters from insurgent groups. [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) “The objective of the mission was not to build a nation, but to counter terrorism. We could not and should not fight a war that not even the Afghan army wanted to fight ", so Joe Biden summarized last night to the Nation the debacle of his administration and intelligence that could not predict what an analyst [...]

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(by John Blackeye) “A touching and extraordinary moment with the closing of a significant chapter in our history. 20 years of national effort have come to an end which have seen the dedication and spirit of sacrifice of our more than 50.000 men and women in uniform who have alternated over these long years and I want to remember with [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The news that the Vatican has presented an Official Note to the Italian Government highlighting that the eventual approval of the Zan-Scalfarotto bill would introduce rules that are in contrast with the Concordat signed by the then President of the Craxi Council with the Holy See. So much uproar, so much noise, so many [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) NATO changes its skin, from a purely defensive alliance, under the dictates of art. 5, to a more modern, cooperative and reactive version that directs its attention towards crises, on a global level, capable of destabilizing the peace and security of the allied countries. The Secretary General of NATO, Jean Stoltenberg, in the press conference [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Until the eighties, early nineties, the Italian left was made up of fighters, veterans and workers who filled the squares of the largest Italian cities, waving red flags in their hands under the boxes of political representatives who fought for the rights of workers and families. After [...]

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(by John Blackeye) So much thundered it rained. Pope Bergoglio, motu proprio, established that anyone who orders a woman priest incurs immediate and automatic excommunication. The norm is contained in the Apostolic Constitution Pascite gregem Dei, with which we learn that Pope Francis has decided to modify canon law by providing for a new series of sanctions [...]

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In La Stampa Domenico Quirico explains without mincing words the quagmire of the Sahel, an area of ​​the world where the regular armies have failed and where the terrorist militias have a greater hold on the local people, a bit like what happened in Afghanistan after almost 20 years of war. useless, considering the results left on the field [...]

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“The political and military lessons identified for Afghanistan will serve for the new scenarios of operations in Africa. It is necessary to resort to history and its teachings, such as those inherited from the Roman Empire, which obtained security from threats from the south by strengthening the countries of North Africa “. Thus, on Formiche.net, General Pasquale PREZIOSA, former head of state [...]

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(by Giancarlo De Leo Consultant in Medical-Scientific Publishing and Digital Health, Partner and Secretary of the AIDR Digital Health Observatory) Integrated Home Care (ADI) is a care formula dedicated to the elderly and to all people who are not self-sufficient . Assistance that takes place at the patient who needs it, whether it is a [...]

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(by Andrea Pisaniello - Instructional designer / E-learning specialist Aidr - Digital Education Observatory) “The opposite of play is not work. It's depression "- Brian Sutton-Smith The term Gamification refers to the application of principles and elements of play in a learning environment with the aim of influencing behavior, increasing motivation and [...]

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To ask for it with great force is the CGIA that for almost a year has been demanding the modification. Indeed, since the beginning of this year, credit institutions have been obliged to apply the new European rules on the definition of default. That is to say that banks, for example, define a small business owner as defaulting with a non-return [...]

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(by Federica De Stefani, lawyer and head of Aidr Lombardy Region) Journalistic activity and the exercise of the right to report are again at the center of a provision by the Privacy Guarantor after a news story concerning the murder of a child 2 years. Some newspapers reported the news using the photo of [...]

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The 110% super bonus is a valid tool for the energy requalification of buildings but the bureaucratic procedures slow down its application. Reform of the PA, urban regeneration and Superbonus are among the topics on the agenda of the Council of Ministers these days. Topics linked by a common categorical will of the Government: Simplify. (by Gianfranco Ossino Engineer and in Aidr [...]

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"If you can dream it, you can do it (if you can dream it, you can do it)" (Vito Coviello, AIDR Member and Head of the Digital Technologies Observatory in the transport and logistics sector) This phrase attributed to Walt Disney soon became a slogan of many initiatives and we find it in many advertisements. So you can't live without [...]

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(by Enrica Cataldo, AIDR member) In his speech to the Senate to ask for trust in the new government, Prime Minister Draghi drew up a real long-term economic policy manifesto based on the driving force for investments, on the production of energy from renewable sources , high speed, electric mobility, production and distribution [...]

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(by Francesco Pagano, Director of Aidr and Head of IT services at Ales spa and Scuderie del Quirinale) A fundamental part of the Next Generation EU plan concerns digitization and, in particular, the modernization process at the level of Public Administration and public institutions. In the cultural sector, this perspective certainly represents an opportunity to accelerate (in some cases start) [...]

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(by Alessandro Capezzuoli, ISTAT official and manager of the Aidr professions and skills data observatory) Open, updated, structured, machine readable and accompanied by metadata: the data produced by the Public Administrations, to be really usable, should have at least these characteristics. For decades now, we have heard about the numerous possibilities offered by the data and the repercussions, in terms [...]

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(by Paola Mansi, Aidr partner and AgID staff offices) The commitment of the European Union towards our country in the next six years (2021-2026), therefore, is equal to approximately 210 billion euros, which even reaches 310 billion billions if the budget planning for the five-year period 2021-26 is also considered. It is the National Recovery Plan [...]

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(by Filippo Moreschi, lawyer and AIDR member) In a summary historical glance it is the city, and not the countryside, the place of the development of science and technology. The countryside, with the due exceptions, is the place of slowness, of tradition, but also often of the delay in the development and application of new technologies. By now sure [...]

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(by Davide Maniscalco, Aidr regional coordinator for Sicily, Head of public affairs of Swascan - Tinexta Group) "Trust" is the guiding star that guides policy makers in the configuration of a single European digital market that is perceived "safe" by users digital, in an increasingly interconnected scenario. In this direction, Article 8 of [...]

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Between February and December 2020, the CGIA Studies Office reports, the overall stock of loans granted to Italian companies to face the economic crisis increased by 39 billion euros, even if the volume of guaranteed loans fielded by the Conte bis government it was over 150 billion. If these operations have [...]

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(by Vito Coviello, AIDR Member and Head of the Digital Technologies Observatory in the transport and logistics sector) The three-axis strategy of relaunching the country Let's start with the words of the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen: "... it's not just about repair and recover the existing, but to shape a better way of [...]

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From the table to the works of art, here is the campaign that pays homage to the excellence of the Bel Paese. Until 10 March, a glass of wine will be offered in the restaurants of all Eatalys to those who have visited a museum or an art exhibition. Products and producers as works of art and artists and customers as new patrons. [...]

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(by Federica De Stefani, lawyer and head of Aidr Lombardy Region) Clubhouse is an app that offers an audio chat service, or the possibility of creating rooms in which to converse, on specific issues, in real time. It is seen as a new social network that revolutionizes the way of communicating and networking and provides a [...]

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(by Valentina Palmieri, journalist and AIDR member) A clear dividing line, between before and after annus horribilis. Inside a pandemic that upset use and consumption, projecting our society on a digital dimension. The confirmation comes from the data of the Digital 2021 report, published by We Are Social in collaboration with Hootsuite. The report photographs [...]

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(by John Blackeye) It seemed to me a comment made on the streets of Rome, last night, by a thug who knows very little about economics and politics but who is probably struggling to make ends meet to put together lunch and dinner. . Looking at his companion in misfortune he solomonically said: "..to [...]

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To the microphones of the Aidr format the intervention of Professor Finocchiaro The pandemic has accelerated the digitization process. The need to access a whole series of remote services has seen SPID explode within a few months, which has exceeded 16 million identities provided with an increase to [...]

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(by Davide D'Amico, member of the AIDR Governing Council and Director of the Ministry of Education) In this complex phase for our country, the start of a new government led by Draghi, various rumors are circulating on the Italian Recovery plan or better on the Next generation EU plan launched in light of the economic and social consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. [...]

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(by Alessandro Tittozzi member of AIDR) Beginning of the year with many innovations for the world of drones: from 1 January 2021 the new European regulation issued by EASA for aviation safety came into force, which regulates unmanned aircraft systems. For Italy, ENAC issued the UAS_IT which accepts the provisions of the EASA on January 4, 2021, [...]

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Giannola on Draghi and Mezzogiorno (by Adriano Giannola president Svimez) "The analysis that the then Governor of Bankitalia Draghi made already 11 years ago regarding the fact that regional policies cannot replace the good functioning of ordinary institutions is entirely acceptable ", Comments SVIMEZ President Adriano Giannola, according to whom" it is not that [...]

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The condominium assembly via videoconference: opportunity or problem? (by Federica De Pasquale - Head of the Digital Condominium Observatory - AIDR) For almost a year we have become accustomed to "living online", a necessity imposed by the pandemic that has led even the less accustomed of us to introduce shopping carts in everyday life virtual and words like DAD, [...]

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(by Francesco Pagano, Director of Aidr and Head of IT services at Ales spa and Scuderie del Quirinale) In the last 12 months we have been forced to resort to digital tools for everything: from distance learning to the use of communication tools, from e -commerce to services to communicate with the Public Administration. It is clear to everyone that, without [...]

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The economic recovery of our country is certainly linked to the 211 billion euros made available by the European Union with the Recovery Fund. Very important resources that we will be called upon to invest by 2026, even if, underlines the CGIA Research Office, we must not forget that every year, net of interest on the debt, public spending [...]

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(by Giovanbattista Trebisacce, Professor of General Pedagogy at the University of Catania and AIDR Member) The pandemic has changed the pace and habits of our daily life and our society for a year now. Human relations, work, entertainment, suddenly, from one day to the next, have "moved" on the web. The network has become an agora [...]

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(by Francesco Pagano, Director of Aidr and Head of IT services at Ales spa and Scuderie del Quirinale) Among the many changes imposed since 2020, the introduction of "flexible" working methods is one of the issues that has found greater attention in public opinion . It is common opinion, in fact, that after the long period of remote work dictated by [...]

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The Superbonus 110% is one of the energy policy instruments of our country which specifically addresses the issues of energy efficiency and energy performance of buildings, representing at the same time an opportunity for economic recovery. Its rapid gestation and the critical context of application, to which it is addressed, have led to difficulties in the long-awaited [...]

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General Secretary of the Italian Digital Revolution - AIDR Association, Avv. Sergio Alberto Codella explains what the “POLA” is and how it will impact together with the transition to digital in the organization of the PA. Can you tell us what POLA is? One of the main [...]

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(by Fulvio Oscar Benussi, Aidr partner) “A single platform, integrated with all the services and functionalities useful for schools, from tools for digital teaching to spaces for storing content. This is foreseen by the Ministry of Education which has set up, in recent weeks, a working group to guarantee the institutes the new tool in [...]

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(by Davide D'Amico, member of the AIDR Board of Directors and Director of the Ministry of Education) In recent days there has been a lot of talk about cybersecurity, which has come to the fore both for the organizational structure and for attacks suffered by various Italian companies, including in the month of November Enel, Luxottica and Campari. Furthermore, even the giant Leonardo from what [...]

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(by Ruggero Parrotto, President of iKairos - mentoring and social economy and Aidr partner) We have thought so many. We needed a pandemic, with its dead, and all. It had been talked about for at least thirty years. Since the first pioneering initiatives of Telecom Italia, IBM and some other companies were developed, available [...]

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(by Michele Gorga, lawyer and observatory member for the coordination of DPOs, RTDs and Reputation Manager of Aidr) As regards the automated procedure for the processing of personal data for the purposes of an administrative decision, the reference standard as is well known is 'art. 22 of the GDPR of 2016/679 which provides that: "The interested party has [...]

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(by Marina Longo, Formez Communication and External Relations Secretariat and Aidr Partner) Covid has totally changed our life not only the daily one, but also the one that makes us enter the world of work. Since the lockdown began, every office, both public and private, has given birth to the famous "agile work" [...]

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Among the words that marked 2020, the term digitization appears in the list of actions taken in the public and private sectors, as a response to the pandemic. In the space of a few months, the pool of users of new technologies has grown rapidly. From smart working, to the electronic payment system, through telemedicine, to teaching and [...]

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Cashback is the lark's mirror for privacy The use of electronic payment tools: cashback (by Giuseppe Gorga, Aidr partner) The Covid-19 pandemic has given a strong acceleration to the digitization of mobility services, a revolution that plays a role priority in industrial strategies and in new business models that involve [...]

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Work, the answer will be digital (Aidr interviews Zoltan Daghero, Managing director of GiGroup) The term most used in recent months is certainly emergency. Noun that contains the sense of necessity, unpredictability and urgency, which characterizes every aspect of our life in the Covid era. The set of actions that have resulted from this unexpected situation, [...]

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(by Mauro Nicastri - President of Aidr) “GIOVANI2030 is an ambitious and far-sighted project that lays the foundations for an active participation and direct involvement of the digital native generations by the institutions. Thus Mauro Nicastri - President of Aidr. "Our association, for years engaged in the process of raising awareness of the digital culture [...]

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(by Luca Angelucci, Head of the Aidr Computer Crimes Insurance Observatory) Insurance policies able to cover direct and indirect damages related to the violation of personal data processed, represent the real added value of a company organization. Over the last two years, their demand from companies has grown, in the face of [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Why do the Chinese not get sick anymore from Covid-19 today? A good question, a question that many of us ask ourselves by looking at the images via social media of Chinese TVs that show the population walking around the street without a protective mask. An oddity? I would say no, they arrive before the others because [...]

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Nicastri, president of Aidr: only a deep understanding of citizens' opinion can be useful to everyone in analyzing the country's expectations and needs. We will conduct the first consultation on the Superbonus 110% At the heart of the major issues related to digitization, to understand how to support the country in the crucial moment of the digtal transformation. Aidr, an association that for years [...]

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(by Giancarlo De Leo, AIDR Member and Digital Health and Medical Publishing Consultant) In this period of full Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, health services around the world are facing fundamental and disruptive changes. The aging of the population, with the corollary of chronic diseases and disabilities, the availability of new treatments and technologies, the demand [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Air of reshuffle? This time it seems that Prime Minister Conte is also convinced. To reveal an indiscretion is the Republic that tells the visit of Matteo Renzi to Palazzo Chigi. He would have been there for at least twice in the past month. At the center of the talks is the relationship to be undertaken with the new president [...]

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"I am my fault and I cannot fix it" - Diego Armando Maradona (by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) "If I had to say a few words to myself I would simply say: thanks for playing football, thanks to the ball, thanks for letting me touch the heaven with your hands ". Nobody could not post a memory, an image, a [...]

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Lifeanalytics investigations: coronavirus RNA detected on 5% of surfaces even after normal disinfection activity and in 48% of wastewater in about 100 cities. Swabs alone are not enough to monitor the overall progress of the Covid pandemic- 19 in Italy. Analysis of water, air and surfaces in the workplace [...]

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Recovery Fund, this is why to relaunch the country the focus is on digital D'Amico (Aidr) (by Davide D'amico - Director of Aidr) Do it quickly and do well so that the Recovery Fund funds are truly functional to the recovery of the country, giving priority to digital. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has clear ideas: enough money to [...]

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(by Francesco Pagano, Director of Aidr and Head of IT services at Ales spa and Scuderie del Quirinale) A finally organic legislation to regulate the processing of personal data. The GDPR, which came into force in May 2018, has undoubtedly led to an improvement in the overall cyber security landscape. Through the provision of specific obligations and, not [...]

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(by Girolamo Panetta, AIDR partner and CONSIS.Arl Area Manager) Individual irrationality During the periods of great economic crisis we have witnessed very strong changes that have created a line of discontinuity with the past, both positive and negative. It is not necessary to recall how great phenomena of reduction of human freedom following the birth of dictatorships [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Isolation tests for Salvini? The clues are there and day by day they come out more and more. Giorgetti in a dialogue with a friend of his from the party pointed out that it is not governed with only popular consent: "The League was in government with 11 percent", clear the dig at [...]

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(by Francesco Matera) There are recent news from the world of national information according to which a health protocol has been prepared to be followed for the care of people infected with Covid-19, at their homes. Some perplexities arise spontaneously if we think of so many ordinary people who have difficulty in interpreting the provisions of a [...]

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Interview with Paolo Tedeschi - Corporate Communication & Marketing Senior Manager of Canon Italy The magazine "Forbes Italia" has included him in the list of the 100 most successful Italian marketing directors. A range of excellence, women and men who have been able to create value for the companies they represent, in a particularly delicate moment for the economy [...]

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Design meets espresso excellence with. A new style icon to give a true Italian espresso at Christmas, at home as in the bar Espresso is a ritual within the ritual, full of that all-Italian taste that unites people and accompanies small and large celebrations. A ritual that this year can be even more [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) Absolutely unheard, I continue to propose a simple but important idea for millions of businesses and families: to block maximum bank rates on current account advances and loans, valid for both domestic and corporate loans. Especially for families, the usual unscrupulous financial firms circumvent the law [...]

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(Marco Zacchera) by Let me imagine .. Let's imagine that Biden had been largely in the lead the night of the ballot after counting the votes in the polling stations and then the sinister Trump had suddenly risen with the votes in the mail enough to overcome him. How do you think the American & Italian media would have reacted? Then - always imagining - [...]

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Interview with Vincenzo Pensa Head of Digital Transition - Information Systems and Aci Innovation Department The emergency period imposed by COVID-19 is proving to be a driving force for digital transformation, actually accelerating the processes already underway. This strong push, however, paradoxically risks increasing the gap between those who had started a project and those [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) It will therefore in all probability be Joe Biden the new US president even if the suspicion of electoral fraud for the postal vote will be at the center of discussions for a long time. What bothered me a lot, however, were the absolutely biased comments of most of the Italian media and TV [...]

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Marco Perduca, who coordinates the Legalizziamo.it campaign for the Luca Coscioni Association, commented on the results of some referendums voted on November 3 in the USA: "Among the topics being voted in the United States there were also various proposals for reform of the laws statutes on drugs. In Arizona, New Jersey, Montana and South Dakota it has been legalized [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) Eight months ago (time runs ...) the country reacted to Covid by guarding the balconies, sticking posts and sheets for the inevitable “Everything will be fine” but above all by demonstrating substantial unity and obedience. Today, however, street protests are multiplying and criticism of Conte is growing in his own government. A sense of responsibility is not to fall into demagogy and controversy, but this is [...]

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(by Vito Coviello, AIDR Member and Head of the Digital Technologies Observatory in the transport and logistics sector) We are experiencing a complex period in which our freedom of life has been questioned due to the pandemic that forced us to leave the box, to seek new solutions, new balance of life while waiting [...]

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Giuseppe Puttini, candidate for president of the "Cambiamo Insieme" list at the next ODCEC elections in Naples confirms that the category is increasingly a stable reference point for bewildered taxpayers who do not know how to orient themselves among the many decrees. Puttini asks the Government for greater involvement in the formulation of laws because the accountants are those [...]

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ENIT announces real-time monitoring from 28 foreign offices. Real-time updates on movements, travel possibilities and rules to follow. Enit, which has already been supporting the tourism supply chain since the first lockdown with newsletters on the progress of the sector, is now also photographing the international situation thanks to the Agency's 28 offices around the world, presidia [...]

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The concert of the Apulian violinist who has collaborated with Franco Battiato, Morrisey, Teresa De Sio will be held on Friday 16 October at the Ellington Club at 21.30pm, HER, will take the stage of the Ellington Club (Via Anassimandro 15 in Rome). the award-winning Apulian violinist and the only case of transgender singer-songwriter in Italy. A talent, the [...]

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(by Dr. Giuseppe Gorga, AIDR partner) In the three-year plan, launched by the Agency for Digital Italy (AgID), it is expected that while on the one hand the digital services provided by the Public Administration will be crucial for the functioning of the country system, on the other hand that the cyber threat is growing both in quantity and in quality and is creating real [...]

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(by Alessandro Capezzuoli, ISTAT official and head of Aidr data observatory professions and skills) Schrödinger's cat paradox is one of the best known modern paradoxes. It was born with the intention of demonstrating the inapplicability of quantum mechanics to the macroscopic world, coming to the conclusion that, in a state of quantum superposition, a cat could be simultaneously alive [...]

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(by Andrea Pisaniello - Instructional designer / E-learning specialist, AIDR Digital Education Observatory) "AI has the potential to bring about a huge beneficial change in education, but only if we use our human intelligence to design the best solutions to problems more urgent in the educational field. " Rosemary Luckin With the COVID-19 pandemic, education systems have [...]

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Enit, the Italian national tourism agency celebrates the peninsula with a virtual tour: a look at the sweetest jar in Italy and begins the journey in 3D It's called "I love you Italy" the special edition celebrates the extraordinary nature of our country with collectible images selected by Enit Italy with Enit labels Nutella with an edition [...]

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(by Michele Gorga) We are in the home straight for the Regional, Municipal and referendum elections, but there was little election advertising, also thanks to the Covid emergency. Political communication initiatives, connected to electoral consultations, constitute a particularly significant moment of participation in democratic life as provided for by art. 49 of the Constitution. Right in […]

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The necessary digitization (by Giovanbattista Trebisacce, Professor of General Pedagogy at the University of Catania and AIDR Member) January 23, 2020 will represent an important date in future history books; a day that will mark the future of the whole world. On that day, China decided to close all businesses, including schools, in the province of [...]

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(by Biagino Costanzo) On the last day of August 1870 Maria Montessori was born. Presented at an American congress as "the most interesting woman in Europe", she was one of the first women to graduate in medicine and to engage in the battle - more current than ever - for women's emancipation. Its educational methods, based on responsibility [...]

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There are over 5.800.000 over-educated employees in Italy. To say it is the CGIA Studies Office. We refer to graduates and graduates who carry out a profession for which the most requested qualification is lower than that possessed. In 2019 they were just under 25 per cent of total employment and [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) “We don't send our children to school”. Thus a group of mothers in Velletri, in the province of Rome, in the face of the confusion that has accompanied the opening of schools in recent days. The confusion due to many variables that have now gone mad. Teachers and school staff who refuse to take the tests [...]

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(by Vittorio Zenardi, Director of Aidr Web TV, Website and Social Media) What are the best strategies for implementing digital transformation? Technological investments and the use of IT platforms are enough or substantial investments are needed in terms of culture and awareness, through which to overcome those resistances to change, which have always held back [...]

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(by Alessandro Capezzuoli, ISTAT official and manager of the Aidr professions and skills data observatory) For over ten years, I have been a staunch supporter of smart working. I spent myself in every way, between conferences and interminable discussions with colleagues and managers, to try to convince the most stubborn to change their minds, to question the [...]

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(by Francesco Matera) Last night Musumeci presented a warning to the Sicilian prefectures to request the execution of the ordinance which expired at midnight on Monday. In the absence of an appeal within 48 hours, the prefects are liable for omission. Musumeci: "It is sad and disarming that two sections of the state have to resort to the judiciary to reaffirm the sacrosanct right [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) On 20 and 21 September, together with the regional and partial administrative elections, a demagogic referendum will be held on the reduction of the number of parliamentarians. Demagogical because - obviously - most Italians will vote YES so much is the bitterness towards their / our representatives, the "palace" and the "costs of politics" so certain of [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The appointment with the regional votes becomes more and more a kind of “redde rationem” for the Conte government. But the prime minister himself fears most of the elections. Conte reads between the statements of political leaders and between the fibrillations within the two major government parties the desire [...]

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(by Federica De Stefani, lawyer and head of Aidr Lombardy Region) Privacy and Covid bonus of € 600 in these days have been at the center of the news for the request made by some parliamentarians and public administrators in order to obtain the bonus paid by the INPS for the emergency caused by the pandemic. The story sparked controversy and [...]

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(by Francesco Matera) Perhaps the consultations of the grillina base on the Rousseau platform by Davide Casaleggio will no longer exist. The last consultation could be the one that sanctioned the transformation of the Movement into a real party. “Yes” was chosen for the double political mandate and “Yes” for alliances with anyone, in the style of the First Republic party. I [...]

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(by Marco Zaccchera) It is useless to spend words for the paucity of the five parliamentarians who would have asked for the Covid "bonus" because they have shown all their personal limits, but perhaps someone should also reflect on the fact that it was (is) a norm written with the feet, voted in confusion, approved with votes of confidence. Someone […]

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"With the Port of Beirut devastated, much of the Italian export derived from refining to Lebanon will be compromised with heavy losses" declared the president of FederPetroli Italia - Michele Marsiglia. He continues “Several Italian refineries set off oil tankers for Beirut. Lebanon is a country that has always represented a profitable market for Oil & [...]

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(by Alessandro Capezzuoli) Paraphrasing Edison, it could be said that the discourses on digital transformation contain 99% of crap and 1% of content. The word fuffa probably derives from the masculine noun “fuffigno”, used in Tuscany to indicate the entanglement of the threads of a skein. This image is very representative and perfectly summarizes the content of this [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) 40 years have passed since the Bologna massacre, from the shooting down of the Itavia plane over Ustica, from too many other forgotten massacres still covered by too many mysteries that everyone wants to discover in words, but that in the end you never know each other . An ugly Italian vice, but which is perpetuated and renewed. How many know [...]

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Dr. Alessandro Zanasi, expert at the Sanpellegrino Observatory, recommends 2/3 liters of water a day to combat constipation Summer and holidays are synonymous with long journeys, changes, heat and fluctuating eating habits. All these factors lead millions of Italians to face an annoying problem, intestinal irregularity, every year. It is mainly women who suffer from it [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) I suggest prudence in commenting on the outcome of the European weekend which - according to most commentators - “saved” Italy by covering it with aid. Conte was neither the savior in the homeland nor a braggart: he tried to carry out his task with tenacity, but the results will only be seen concretely between [...]

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(by Vito Coviello, AIDR member, Head of the Digital Technologies Observatory in the transport and logistics sector) "... The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page ..." It is with this sentence, attributed to Sant'Agostino , that the grandfather begins his car journey with his grandson. Grandfather and [...]

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“It almost seems like you want to bend our arm so we don't use this money. My country has its own dignity, there is a limit that must not be exceeded ”. So yesterday Giuseppe Conte addressing the Dutch Mark Rutte, during the third day of the Brussels round on the resources to be dined at the Recovery Fund. (by Massimiliano D'Elia) The attitude of Holland [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) I have been writing IL PUNTO weekly for 15 years and the longest-lived readers have read endless comments on the events related to the concessions of Italian motorways, real gold mines for a few companies and daily bloodletting for motorists. A para-political traffic that has vices and ancient roots, because everyone is talking about Benettons today, [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) Last week there was talk of FIAT (FCA) which borrows money in Italy guaranteed by the state, but pays its (few) taxes in Holland. Italians should better understand this mechanism which costs us about 6,5 billion euros a year, other than the ESM. In Europe there are in fact [...]

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(by Stefania Capogna) The Digital Conference promoted by the DiTES (Digital Technologies, Education & Society) and DASIC (Digital Administration and Social Innovation Center) research centers of Link Campus University took place on 25 June 2020, in collaboration with AIDR ( Italian Digital Revolution Association) to reflect in a multidisciplinary and multi-perspective key on the "complex doctor-patient relationship" [...]

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(by Stefania Capogna) App and wearable devices were discussed on June 18, 2020 during a Digital Conference promoted by the DiTES (Digital Technologies, Education & Society) and DASIC (Digital Administration and Social Innovation Center) research centers, Link Campus University, in collaboration with AIDR (Italian Digital Revolution Association). Objective of [...]

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(by Sandro Zilli) In 2020, thanks to the health emergency, a dizzying expansion of e-commerce is looming. The trend had already been growing for several years, especially in the food and entertainment sectors, but social distancing measures, the closure of many physical stores and the uncertainty about reopening, have made e-commerce the only safe mode and [...]

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With hindsight ... the pits are full (by Marco Zacchera) I find it surreal that the PMs of Bergamo go in search of a scapegoat to find out who should or should not sign up for the "red zone" in Val Seriana in early March, not implemented immediately and then included in the block of all [...]

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The "drivers" of the European energy strategy on decarbonisation (by Gabriella De Maio) Energy law Department of Law Federico II, AIDR member and member of the AIDR Observatory for the Digitization of the Environment and Energy Implementing the energy transition in our Country is a phenomenon that requires a new political, legal and behavioral approach on the part of the institutions [...]

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(by Gianfranco Ossino) Technological evolution, which marked the changes that marked our society, had as its aim the improvement of our living conditions at the expense of a constant increase in energy needs. Changes that have sometimes affected our behavior in the use, often unconscious and not at all thrifty, of resources in general, all with [...]

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Alternative post-secondary education, what are we talking about? (by Andrea Pisaniello) To understand what alternative post-secondary education is and its importance today, it is necessary to start from some gaps in traditional university education, gaps both in the study programs and in the methods of delivery of learning activities. For generations, a university degree has been the key [...]

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The school to come. Reflections in the margins by Stefania Capogna (by Stefania Capogna) “Digital Culture for Educational Organizations. Guidelines for Teachers and Education Agencies "(1) is the final outcome of the research carried out in the three-year period 2016-2019 for the realization of the DECODE Project" DEvelop COmpetences in Digital Era. Skills, best practices and teaching in the XNUMXst century ”. Project completed [...]

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(by Andrea Pinto) The Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte after meeting with the prosecutor of Bergamo Maria Cristina Rota: "I wanted to clarify all the steps in detail". He reported on facts, phone calls, meetings and e-mails, of that fateful first week of March when it was decided to circumscribe the municipalities of Alzano Lombardo and [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) Having reopened the cages, I had to run around Italy for a week and I found it sadder, scared, uncertain. We can also laugh about it: there are those who keep their masks and those who do not, those who are afraid and those who are bold but - above all - there is no hotel, restaurant, [...]

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(by Giovanbattista Trebisacce) “Oportet ut scandala eveniant scandals must happen…”. It is a statement that I am using a lot these days in a provocative way. At first glance it may seem like an unscrupulous affirmation, considering the particular historical moment, marked by the rhythms imposed by the pandemic. However, there is a need for a change of direction that stems from the observation of the change in habits, [...]

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Doctor Elisabetta Bernardi explains how the daily intake of a correct amount of water can affect the mood The delicate period of the post-lockdown recovery on the one hand, the change of season towards summer on the other, anxieties and concerns for the future organization and management of the family menage in this new situation are all factors [...]

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(by Stefania Capogna) On May 20, 2020, the DITES research center of Link Campus University, in collaboration with a research team from the Department of Business Administration of the Roma Tre University, ANP, the Forum of Family Associations and AIDR, launched a research on "Distance education at the time of Covid-19". The questionnaire was [...]

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(by John Blackeye) If the virus in France managed in a few weeks to do what the Government was unable to do, that is to remove the mob protesters from the yellow gillets who were still motivated by very clear social needs from the street, in Italy the viurs managed to give birth to the gillet movement [...]

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(by Adriano Giancane) Our country, in the Post Covid-19, has only one task: to revive the economy and employment by leveraging the lessons identified in the historical periods that have characterized our journey towards the future. The spring of 1945 marked a fundamental historical watershed. After a long and bloody war that caused about 70 million [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) While Italy is screwed in the consequences of the coronavirus there is another emergency that is passing under the radar, but as serious as the first: the crisis of our justice. Little is said about it due to a conspiratorial silence of the media, a substantial indifference of the news and little attention from the quaquaraquas who discuss the evils [...]

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(by Giancarlo De Leo) In the current global economic context, the pandemic caused by the coronavirus and the consequent lockdown has created enormous problems for many sectors, in particular industry, trade and tourism. In Italy, information and communication technologies have risen to a pervasive and strategic role, capable of profoundly modifying economic activities [...]

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(by Sandro Zilli) SCENARIO In 2020, thanks to the systemic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic that has hit health and economic systems all over the world, a dizzying expansion of new exponential technologies is looming, which will have the objective of improving quality of life of people. We are witnessing the consolidation of a phenomenon already [...]

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(by Mauro Covino, Formez Employee, Scholar and Lecturer in Communication at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Luiss "Guido Carli", Lumsa and Bari. Member of the Ferpi Lazio Board of Directors and Head of the Observatory on the Progress of Italian Digital 'AIDR) Yuval Harari says in his publication "Homo Deus" that science is converging towards an all-encompassing dogma, which supports [...]

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On the geophysical maps of most of the world's laboratories, we have represented deposits and areas of the earth with immense natural hydrocarbon reserves. We have oil, it does not end, for the simple fact that the earth reproduces it (by Michele Marsiglia) I am convinced that this article will cause some stomach pain to those analysts, scholars, [...]

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(by Rossella Daverio) Today 23 May 2020, the XNUMXth anniversary of the Capaci massacre, the Falcone Foundation invited citizens to hang a white sheet on their windows. White like cleanliness, like light, like truth. It is a beautiful symbol, which encourages the awakening of consciences. Because of cleanliness, light and [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) In recent months of Coronavirus there has often been talk and writing of a substantial inefficiency and political dependence of the World Health Organization towards China and increasingly embarrassing details have gradually emerged about this "world bandwagon" that party to protect health in the world has become a great [...]

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(by Emanuela Ricci) “Thousands of years have passed from the first fire lit by man to the atomic era, yet for some of them freedom is still just a conquest…. “The image is very representative, it indicates a role, the fundamental one of the woman as a mother. She represents the center of the universe for her child. In this tragic moment [...]

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(by Rossella Daverio) The old male power that has ruined Italy. And keep doing it. What is told here is pure truth, but it looks like a movie. And then as if it were a film we present it: characters and performers, subject, dialogues, conclusion (which will not necessarily be in "Happy End" mode). The characters: A young woman and a [...]

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(by Massimo Montinari) A decisive article on the topics covered in the first part is that of Maurizio Blondet, of 29 April 2017, with the significant title "A cult of lucifer in high finance". It takes up some blogs that report the statements of a certain Ronald Bernard, perhaps the pseudonym of a professional within high finance, who [...]

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The young cooperator, drilling, Libya and Turkey are the common denominator. Now Rome will have to return the favor to Erdogan, and the real favor is the drilling and al-Serraj (by Michele Marseille) In this last week, Turkey once again takes the balance on several fronts. Analyzing the fundamentals, it is visible how Ankara [...]

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(by Marco Zacchera) The FCA (formerly FIAT) in application of the "Cura Italia" is negotiating with IntesaSanpaolo a loan of 6,3 billion euros (6.300.000.000) guaranteed by the State, at zero interest for two years and then facilitated with partial 80% guarantee from Sace (ie ultimately by the Ministry of the Treasury) to support Italian activities [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The civil protection bulletin arrived on time again tonight. Lombardy leads the Italian ranking of positives, as many as 27.679 cases, 10.702 in Piedmont, 5.852 in Emilia-Romagna and so on. If on the one hand the bulletin continues to show positive signs in terms of healed, discharged and hospitalized or in intensive care, on the other it puts [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The Civil Protection bulletin yesterday registered almost a thousand new infected. The media, however, highlight only the data with the minus signs and therefore the public opinion is convinced "that everything will be fine" and since there are fewer patients in intensive care, fewer hospitalized and fewer I don't know what, [... ]

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(by Marco Zacchera) Many newspapers - such as IL TEMPO - have published the ranking of the most famous virologists in the world appeared on "Scopus", a database updated periodically on the basis of over 25000 articles and reviews from more than 5000 international publishers in the field scientific, technical, medical and social with coverage extended to world conferences [...]

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(by Alessandro Capezzuoli, ISTAT official and manager of the Aidr professions and skills data observatory) Science, a word that derives from the Latin scire, to know, is based on sharing. Unshared knowledge and knowledge are of little use to collective growth. Newton, in a letter addressed to Robert Hooke, wrote a sentence that perfectly summarizes this concept: [...]

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The centrality of human resources and technologies (by Davide D'Amico MIUR Director and AIDR Advisor) In this extremely complex moment of emergency in our country following the COVID-19 problem, most public and private workers have had to change work by switching to smartworking, which will probably continue to be applied even beyond [...]

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(by John Blackeye) What should have been a successful operation, namely the release of the Italian girl kidnapped in Kenya in 2018, engaged in an NGO supporting the local population, is turning into a state problem that could end up overwhelming the President of the Council of Ministers and the Minister of Foreign Affairs. [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Someone would say: it thundered so much that it rained. The reopening of all national activities, be they commercial or work, has been imposed on public opinion for months with the continuous hammering of national televisions that have tried in every way, until this evening to imply that "everything goes good […]

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(by Marco Zacchera) The idea of ​​regularizing 600.000 illegal immigrants (1% of the Italian population) because "they are exploited and work illegally" is rather surprising and full of political unknowns. First of all, it is not clear how 600.000 non-compliant people manage to be quietly around, but - having ascertained this distressing truth - I wonder why [...]

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(by Sandro Zilli, Innovation Manager, Head of Aidr Innovation and Digital Growth Observatory) Never before has the development of exponential technologies, the use of the network and mobile devices brought radical changes in our lives and in companies. In fact, everything is changing: the way of understanding work, of designing, of producing, of communicating, of selling, [...]

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(by Paola Palma) I had a wonderful teacher from whom I learned a lot. He told us: "Look at the advertising around the street and it will tell you the secrets, the dreams, the fears, which that country has in its heart!" I never stopped reminding myself of that advice. Today, moving through a silent, ghostly and wounded Milan, [...]

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Yesterday the major newspapers gave evidence of some statements made by the Hon. Luca Lotti to the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office regarding the involvement of ENI in some delicate Italian political situations and the appointment of the members of the Superior Council of the Judiciary. In the last few hours, the harsh statements of the President of FederPetroli Italia follow - [...]

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(by Rosangela Cesareo) Lucia Azzolina, Minister of Education, said that distance learning, in this pandemic, has been a success. I think of a joke, of satire, of Crozza imitating it. I'm wrong, he meant it. It is serious. After two months of closed schools, the minister drew his conclusions according to which [...]

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(by Federica De Stefani, lawyer and head of Aidr Regione Lombardia) The pandemic caused by the spread of covid 19 has revolutionized many sectors, including the school sector. For over 2 months now, Italian students have been experimenting with the so-called "distance learning" which, depending on the schools and the different realities, is carried out in a [...]

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(by Vito Coviello, AIDR member, Head of the Digital Technologies Observatory in the transport and logistics sector) Today, May 4th the long awaited but also feared Phase 2 will begin and then there will be Phase 3, that of "free all" we all look forward to arriving soon. When all is over and the virus [...]

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(by John Blackeye) In times of conoronavirus, what emerges, reading in general many of the documents issued by Dicasteries, Regions and Municipalities in the field of health protection and containment of the contagion from Covid-19, is that provisions are written, not so much to issue precise and concrete rules to protect the health of citizens - giving [...]

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(by Massimo Luca) "The double 20 ... as I have renamed the current year since the first days of January .. it arrived in silence .. a surreal silence I do not hear the festive tolling of the bells .. the comings and goings of car .. the shouting of people passing by .. it seems that even the trams have put the wheels of [...]

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(by John Blackeye) After the last electoral catwalk on TV where the first reopening and the return to an almost normal life were cautiously announced, it was hoped that the government would also provide instructions for use for the transition to phase two. That is, President Conte's outing on TV had been so devoid of any [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The average Italian does not need many frills and reassurance so phase two has already started a week ago as the deserted cities are suddenly populated with cars speeding by at full speed. Yes, because, despite the fact that there are still relatively few cars on the street and almost non-existent traffic [...]

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(John Blackeye) In these hectic hours to organize phase 2 of a pandemic that has no phases, the Government is committed to finding staggered opening solutions for factories, shops, businesses, construction sites and so on. The hope of the population is that the Government is aware that all these productive activities [...]

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(John Blackeye) Anxiously awaited, like every evening, the latest bulletin of the Civil Protection has arrived. Sector insiders, journalists, politicians and ordinary people stop for five minutes and carefully read that sheet that reports the situation of the evolution of the pandemic on the national territory. The sentence that is repeated several times by the commissioner [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Trusting a government that reassured the nation in the first two months of the pandemic that there was no need for masks remains very difficult. A people that looks disoriented at the insecure movements of politicians, experts and great managers that come out of nowhere, needs certain initiatives that put first [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The clash on the Mes between Five Stars and Pd has sent the spread to 245 basis points. Then the BTP-Bund spread fell back to 236. Non-performing government bonds with a yield on the 2% threshold. Piazza Affari has lost almost 5%, the worst in Europe. The president of [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Until a few months ago we put Saturday night deaths on the front page. Lives destroyed by many young boys due to nightlife, alcohol, drugs. Lives that often stopped on a highway at full speed. We have often turned our hearts on Sunday mornings to those news that [...]

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(by John Blackeye) I don't know how orthodox it is to present yourself individually in front of the Italian people to explain what you are about to do, even if it is the Prime Minister who shows up on TV. The president of the United States himself presents himself to the nation surrounded by a plethora of collaborators but here, in [...]

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(by Kristalia Rachele Papaevangeliu, lawyer and head of AIDR digital justice observatory) The coronavirus has profoundly changed the approach of magistrates and lawyers to the telematic method and has allowed remote participation in hearings with also beneficial effects on the work of professionals, judges , of the parties. The spirit of adaptation of the Italians has undeniably come [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Last night the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, after having communicated the contents of the latest decree, replied to a journalist on "phase 2", when after 13 April some activities could reopen: "And when this happens , however, a strict safety protocol must be respected. The government thinks about phase 2, even if [...]

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Interview with Davide D'Amico, engineer, member of the AIDR Board of Directors and MIUR manager Buongiorno dott. D'Amico, we are going through a complex time for the coronavirus emergency, although lately there have been improvements in the number of hospitalized. As AIDR you were among the first to propose a technological solution for the containment and monitoring of infections, what do you [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The “liquidity decree” will soon be presented to the Council of Ministers, another decree to deal with the economic damage of Italian companies since the Covid-19 emergency began. The contents of the provision mainly concern 100% guarantees for loans up to 25 thousand euros or 800 thousand with a solvency assessment. Duration of [...]

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(by John Blackeye) When you have important deadlines to meet and you don't want to end up being insolvent, even in times of coronavirus you are forced to print the right self-certification and line up to enter the Post Office. I hadn't been there for over a month, since this "quarantine for all" started. That [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The news of the last few hours shows an excellent initiative by the President of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, addressed to the Prefect of Naples. A request aimed at encouraging the preparation of a massive control service by the police and the armed forces in some situations where high peaks are recorded [...]

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"We are close to health workers and volunteers for the altruism and courage they show every day" A little help, an action of solidarity to support the activity of health workers and volunteers of Italian hospitals engaged in the fight against the coronavirus. This is the spirit with which the Italian Digital Revolution Association (AIDR) and Canon Italia shared the initiative with [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The Festival of lies began at the beginning of the year and, apart from Italy and Spain, there are a lot of people enrolled in the competition of who shoots the biggest. Taking advantage of the general confusion, fear and emergency, the Chinese giant has entrenched itself behind its great wall and looks out from time [...]

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(by Francesca Zambuco - lawyer and AIDR partner) Italy was the first European country to be overwhelmed by the pandemic, but it risks being the last to intervene in support of businesses and to protect national strategic assets with dramatic consequences on the post - coronavirus. One month after the adoption of the first provision for [...]

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(by John Blackeye) "This is not a drill, this is not a drill!". How many times in American films have we heard this sentence scream from a megaphone placed inside a military base or on an aircraft carrier, to indicate to everyone that this situation of imminent danger was not the result of an exercise but was a [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Attached to that television that feeds us everything we do not need, there are many Italians who often hear about the European Union between one newscast and another, imagining it as an immense organization of bureaucrats and controllers, located in the center of Europe and which does not compromise on anything. The European Union is [...]

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(by Rosangela Cesareo, Head of Institutional Relations Aidr) We are experiencing an unprecedented tragic moment. We all feel in a storm with no way out. We anxiously await the contagion curve to drop to take our lives back. But after, what after we wait what will it be like? We have to prepare ourselves immediately to face it and do you know how? [...]

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(by John Blackeye) I had never heard of universal income. In this period of world pandemic in which the virulence of the contagion could really make us think of a sort of Last Judgment, I never thought that someone could offer a universal income, that is, an income for everyone, regardless. The details […]

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(by John Blackeye) A few months ago I woke up early in the morning to run an errand. It was just eight o'clock on a cold day like so many others in a gloomy winter. Maybe I had to pay for something that had a deadline and so I come close to a tobacconist that has closed doors. I come in to do that [...]

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(John Blackeye) The first thing that comes to mind is that you must always have your eyes open even when you sleep. Yes, because, if on the one hand the coronavirus has holed up all of us in the house (or more or less all of them since the average Italian just can't get himself put on a leash even in [...]

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From Monday, the experts of the Italian Society of Andrology will be available on 02/50043133, for the entire duration of the health emergency, which requires the suspension of public and private specialist outpatient activities, except for non-postponable emergencies, such as cancer problems. Italians take the field against the coronavirus by opening a free telephone service [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) "We fear social protests", this is the concern among the officials of the Interior Ministry who, according to what the Republic writes, say: "It is a very delicate situation that we follow with extreme attention in its profiles of public order but to be defused above all with social interventions. It is evident that in an emergency of [...]

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(by John Blackeye) We were stunned listening to the words of the British Premier Boris Johnson because, at least as far as I'm concerned, we had never heard of “herd immunity”. Then, deepening the concept, it was understood that herd immunity is one of the lines of action to follow in the event of a global epidemic and is equivalent to [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The 27 heads of state and government agree only on one front: to implement greater coordination on the health aspects of the emergency. On the rest they remain separated in a house made of cardboard and without foundations. Yesterday, for the first time, the summit of the 27 heads of state and government took place [...]

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(by John Blackeye) The dismayed face of the Governor of the Lombardy Region, Avv. Fontana says a lot about the situation of the epidemic in that part of Northern Italy. The data they would have liked to read are others. A hint of a decline in the epidemic and deaths had bode well in the past two days. Someone had talked about the light in [...]

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(by Dr. Riccardo Pastore) The crisis generated by COVID-19 seems to have a unique force, even greater than that of 2008. The reason for this uniqueness lies in the fact that the almost general block of activities wears down the resources of businesses and families " from within ”and the flows to the banks decrease. In detail, it happens that companies burn liquidity [...]

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An article signed by the president of the Observatory on Security, Pasquale Preziosa and the vice president, Roberto De Vita, has been published on the Eurispes website, where the theme of the "lockdown" implemented by most countries to combat the spread of COVID-19. An extreme and considered unique measure to stem the contagion of [...]

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(John Blackeye) I am not a mathematician and I am not an expert in statistics but if you look at the data that are provided to us on the Civil Protection web page, you understand that something - about this pandemic - is not right. I bring two examples for everyone. In Lombardy, about seventy thousand tampons that are [...]

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(John Blackeye) So, at a certain point of a not so cold winter, the news arrives late from China that a lethal virus is infecting the population of Wuhan which for us was an emeritus unknown city but which we understood at our expense, be a large commercial center, with more than eleven million [...]

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(by Dr. Fiorillo Lisa - Psychologist) This paper does not want to have the presumption of giving a scientific explanation about the coronavirus, but to bring to light its psychological implications. If, even for just a moment, we stop to think about what is happening it all seems so surreal, almost like in a movie. ù [...]

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In a unique and difficult to understand historical moment, many wonder how to explain to the little ones what is happening. How to explain the limitations and restrictions. It is necessary to enter their world and, therefore, a search made of words and gestures that delicately tells children about the [...]

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(John Blackeye) The great Toto could never have imagined such a situation, indeed, perhaps he would have had a laugh. All of Italy closed at home due to a virus, indeed, more so, the whole world closed at home due to a virus. Perhaps he would have invented another poem, a "modern level". He, […]

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(by Rosangela Cesareo - Head of Institutional Relations Aidr) We are at war and it is a world war, it is a pandemic. It is pain, it is anguish, it is fear, it is life changed overnight, without warning. Everyday life, projects, commitments, but above all freedom have changed their meaning. Normality appears to be a utopia, the same as that until a few weeks ago [...]

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(by John Blackeye - Massimiliano D'Elia) Now enough, let's turn the page! Seven hundred deaths a day. The equivalent of a mountain village disappears every day. Yesterday another village and so the day before yesterday. As every evening we look forward to the bulletin issued by the Civil Protection which for days now has only confirmed that the trend of [...]

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(by John Blackeye) It is not a huge opening title but it is what we could call the long-awaited turning point that arrived this afternoon in Medjugorje. We have known for some time that XNUMXth March was a special date in the Medjugorje calendar. Our Lady had told Mirjana [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Milan 28 March 1944. British bombing. 18 dead and 45 wounded. Milan 17 March 2020. Coronavirus. More than 200 deaths in a single day. I do not know that during the war, at the time of the bombing of Milan, a huge crowd joyfully appeared on the balconies of other Italian cities, to sing at the top of their lungs [...]

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(John Blackeye) It's 18pm. We are now all closed in the house, barricaded against an enemy that we cannot see. The situation is very serious. The 18 o'clock bulletin pitted by the Head of Civil Protection is a real war bulletin. Only yesterday 368 died in a single day. If we compare [...]

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"#Coronavirus emergency, there are three interconnected risk factors that afflict all countries, from health to economic and social. The country that manages to mitigate risk levels in the best possible way will win the future ”. Thus in an article published by Eurispet.it Magazine, General Pasquale Preziosa, President of the Eurispes Security Observatory, [...]

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(by John Blackeye) "After the storm, please, Housekeeping." Almost two months have now passed since Italy entered the height of the emergency. The epidemic will pass as all the epidemics in history have passed but today we are counting two hundred deaths a day and we hope that the number tends to decrease and not to increase. Unfortunately the [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) "Scholars have been warning decision makers for years: 'Pandemics are real threats to humanity" but decision makers are always found unprepared and people do not follow them ". Thus wrote in an article published by Eurispes, Pasquale Preziosa former head of the Italian Air Force and today President of the Observatory on Security. To resume [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) The Brassotti Agency takes the field and decides to support all those authors who should have presented their book in these days when Italy must remain at home. He is Antonio Cuccurullo, with "In flight from myself, a journey within ourselves, what everyone [...]

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(by John Blackeye) We had already understood for years that Italy had become a Chinese colony and that we had put the reins of the world in our hands, this was also a well-known fact. We also remember that before the arrival of the epidemic the Italian government had started to set up an information campaign and [...]

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"Scholars have been warning decision makers for years: 'Pandemics are real threats to humanity" but decision makers are always found unprepared and people do not follow them ". So wrote in an article published by Eurispes, Pasquale Preziosa formerly head of the Italian Air Force and today President of the Observatory on Security. "What is systematically surprising - he specifies [...]

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(by Angelo Mattei) I am neither a technician nor an expert on the subject and even if my wish is to make a mistake, I cannot help but reflect ... and I think it is a very common reflection, around which we're all turning around a bit. Many Apulians, like many other southerners, [...]

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(John Blackeye) It is regrettable to have to talk about accounts that do not add up while referring to human lives and it is even sadder to have to refer to the human lives that are being lost in this battle with the #coronavirus. But if someone logs into the sites that update the world pandemic situation daily with [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi - Press Officer) This is the time of respect, altruism, prevention, sensitivity and awareness. It is the time to stay at home for a reasonable purpose, but it is also the time to understand how strong and painful is the separation from those you love, from your land, from your loved ones. [...]

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(by John Black Eye) Confirmed cases of #coronavirus in Africa are on the rise, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO / WHO), infections have multiplied in Egypt, while the first cases have been registered in Togo, Cameroon , Nigeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, French Guiana, Senegal and the South. The cases recorded in Africa are probably the peak of [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The resuscitators ask for a decalogue, they are at the end of their strength and above all they are unable to assist all the sick citizens. Artificial respirators fail to meet the need. The "decision" is up to the doctors: they are forced to choose who to give respiratory support. Just as it is done in [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi - Press Officer) I wrote it two days ago that Italians are orphans and what happened this night unfortunately confirms our condition. I had already written about a single man in charge who can stop a country, and tonight, that man always continued undisturbed in his "mission". Until […]

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(by John Blackeye) But in this moment of national crisis a question arises spontaneously to everyone: who do we have at the head of the nation? Who is handling the emergency? The national political system set up in recent decades has meant that people who did not boast a specific curriculum but who [...]

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(Francesco Matera) If it is in times of emergency that you need to have steady nerves and a steady pulse, the departments of the Italian ministerial scenario are showing flaws on all sides. More than a million public employees at the mercy of "non-decision". More than a million Italians would have expected a solution taken since the [...]

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(by John Blackeye) At the end of the sixties in Italy came the space influence, it was called just that and it is not a joke. That too came from the Asian continent and affected thirteen million Italians with twenty-three thousand dead. The #Coronavirus, which will be placed in the memory archive with the arrival of good temperatures, is a trivial comparison [...]

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(Mauro Nicastri - Aidr president) The editorial series dedicated also to non-professionals is inaugurated, with the aim of making people discover technologies and digital in a simple way Rome, 5 March - Arrive in all the homes of citizens, including non-experts, bringing, in this case, answers on blockchain technology and [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Niky Marcelli, journalist and writer, was born in Milan but moved almost immediately to New York and then to Rome, where he resided until 2004, before fulfilling his old aspiration to go and live in countryside. Investigative reporter and show critic, he was one of the [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) In a state of law where all citizens are protected without any distinction, what is happening to Chiara Giannini, journalist and war correspondent for Il Giornale is in some ways disconcerting. The ordeal began when the colleague published one of his books, "I am Matteo Salvini". [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Let's make a premise: the problem we have in Italy at the moment is that people infected by the virus but who don't know they are, are roaming freely on the national territory. We do not want to shoot the Red Cross and in these moments it is necessary to move towards national cohesion which, for reasons of political affiliation, in [...]

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(by John Blackeye) On the issue of Coronavirus another question arises spontaneously. But are we sure we need a contingency plan for the economy? Or rather do we need a health emergency plan? It almost seems that seizing the moment of extreme general confusion in which all attention is paid to the development of the epidemic [...]

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(by Claudio Mancusi) The pontificate of Pius IX had been essentially defensive and, despite having purified the Church, he had isolated it too much from society, not allowing it to intertwine relations with the groups and ideas then dominant. For the very good of the Catholic religion, the time had come to implement a new tactic dealing with re-establishing contacts and [...]

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Government totally inadequate and unprepared but one cannot joke on people's skin. Professionalism is needed. (by John Blackeye) For days we have been witnessing a continuous chant from the institutions and also from the doctors who take turns on national TV to launch, rightly, non-alarmist messages. However if the [...]

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Coronavirus: China's technological greatness (by Rosangela Cesareo - Head of Institutional Relations Aidr) China responds to the imposing health emergency of the coronavirus with technology: apps, drones, robots, artificial intelligence and sensors to face and contain the infections of the epidemic, the most serious since 1949. First of all, the use of APPs to configure risk areas, [...]

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(by John Blackeye) If in China the cases of coronavirus deaths have registered a reduction since the beginning of the epidemic, as long as the information coming from a dictatorial country is true, it is certainly due to the drastic application of the "only" measures that they apply in cases like these. Limit the outbreaks, prevent people from entering and [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) So Paola Palma on the current situation in Italy after the effects of the coronavirus and the effects on the music industry. Coronavirus worries me less, but the music sector, which was not already living in good health, has practically stopped. The newspapers talk about it, of course, they talk about the skipped Bugo and Venditti concerts and the closed theaters, demonstrating [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Paola Palma: "music and theater are fixed points, if they close I have nothing left, says a sentence by Andrée Ruth Shammah". The feeling that transpires in this sentence unites us all and even more I think of my fellow musicians who in recent days have seen their [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) A new column broadcast live on fb and instagram from the beauty salon, Maria Cristina Puccio, located in via delle Mercede. Every Thursday a VIP will get naked, using the letters of the alphabet, the interview is done in tandem by Alessandro Battaglia, creator of the format and Maria Cristina, owner of [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) And once again music and fashion embrace and they did so brazenly yesterday at the GUCCI fashion show in Milan… yes, under the admiring eyes of all. It happened at the last Sanremo festival that Achille Lauro wore a Gucci outfit, but more simply this partnership was born overwhelmingly [...]

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Very interesting for the contents and for the analysis made, the article by General Pasquale Preziosa, former Chief of Staff of the Air Force until 2016, published by Formiche.net. (by Pasquale Preziosa) In an article in the Nikkei Asian Review (Hiroyuki Akita) of 4 February, the concerns of Japan and South Korea for the [...]

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(by Francesco Matera) The situation in Kosovo is apparently very calm even if the resentment between the two major ethnic groups of Kosovo, Albanians and Serbs, is strong. Albanians, especially the younger generations, nurture and harbor day to day, a resentment that is difficult to control and tame. What the Serbs have done to their [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Achille Lauro, whether you like it or not, is the best quick-changeist at the moment, and you just need to want to compare him at all costs, he doesn't care, and every evening he amazes ... Applause .. and not very moralistic, he wins among the young and the not so young, [...]

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Santa Fizzarotti Selvaggi, National Vice President of the Onlus Red Cross Association of Italy (of Santa Fizzarotti Selvaggi) intervenes at the Federottica conference. Members of the Bari section led by Grazia Andidero. The Crocerossine Association [...]

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(by Davide Maniscalco, lawyer and Head of AIDR Sicily Region) "If there is 'algocracy' there must also be 'algorithmics'". Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, has no doubts: "The technology dimension is at the service of humanity, otherwise discrimination doubles". The Vatican, therefore, is also wondering about the prospects of artificial intelligence. While the European Commission has [...]

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(by Sandro Zilli - Innovation Manager) In a rapidly changing world, the reality in which people and organizations operate becomes more and more elusive and imposes the need to deal with complexity. The digital is the fuse that triggered all this and made it necessary to make some reflections to interpret the [...]

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(by Rosangela Cesareo - Head of Institutional Relations Aidr) The change in institutional relations and the structuring of consensus through the diffusion of new technologies has largely intervened in the political debate, not only in Italy, but also in the world. The new digital tools and those offered by the web must be able to face the biggest [...]

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The scandal of the oil exploration block in Nigeria called OPL-245 is reaching media and investigation levels four times those of the 1992 Tangentopoli. Concern for the related industries of mainly Italian Oil & Gas companies is high. The President of FederPetroli Italia, Michele Marsiglia, intervenes on the subject: “The situation is worrying and not a little. There is a risk of [...]

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According to reports from La Stampa, the truce will be signed today in Moscow between Fayez al Sarraj, president of the Government of national agreement, General Khalifa Haftar, the president of the Tobruk parliament Agila Saleh, and the head of the Tripoli State Council, Khalid al -Mishri. It sounds strange that this important passage in the "dossier" [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Wash all clothing and shoes purchased before wearing them. This is the recommendation made to French citizens by the National Security Agency (Anses). The risk is represented by the possible presence of endocrine disruptors and carcinogenic substances in new clothes and shoes or / and infectious, allergenic or irritating factors [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Iran is wounded and according to many analysts there is a high probability that revenge is around the corner. Too much the American affront in killing General Soleimani, he was a first-level strategist, who became a national symbol in the fight against the West. What kind of war could it be? Surely it will never be possible to reach a [...]

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The situation in Libya these days is undergoing an unprecedented escalation where Turkey is already sending war material and militiamen (from Syria) to Tripoli to support the troops of the head of the provisional government, recognized by the UN, Fayez al Serraj. Erdogan is waiting for the parliamentary seal that should have next January 2, [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Libyan interior minister Fathi Bashagha said his government will send Turkey an official request for military support to fight mercenaries alongside Khalifa Haftar. Erdogan replied that on the 7th the Turkish parliament (certainly of the majority) will approve the sending of troops to support Tripoli. On the 8th [...]

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(Francesca Proietti Cosimi) I met Giada one Friday, in the wind below Montecitorio, she had decided to chained herself, so the night before they had asked me for a hand to spread the news, I immediately accepted, I have been dealing with social policies for years. I read the whole story and immediately accepted to help her, from there an alchemy was born. I'm not […]

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(by Pasquale Preziosa) Who will defend the Europe of tomorrow? There is no answer to this question, none of the European countries has a precise idea and any innovative initiative triggers, in European countries, the spring of conservatism, creating stagnation of thought. According to the founding fathers, European countries will have to live together to avoid further disasters after two [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) 5-star implosion. By now the Grillini parliamentarians seem to be all at ease in search of a position for the future, given that in January 2020 there will be the "redde rationem", after the outcome of the elections in Emilia Romagna. Yesterday the news that many would have participated in a competition as "councilor [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'ELIA) Inciucio between the two Matteo? This is the obsession that has been haunting for days on the Grillini and Pieddini. Renzi comes out in the open: “it's all nonsense and emeritus nonsense“. Among the corridors of the Parliament halls, many think that Renzi is aiming at the elections shortly to use the current electoral system, the "Rosatellum" which [...]

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(by Pasquale Preziosa) The European Community had launched, at the time of Donald Tusk, a "warning" to Turkey for the respect of national sovereignties, after the ships of the Turkish Navy had prevented the ship chartered by our ENI from continuing the journey towards the exclusive economic area belonging to the Greek Cypriots, to explore the possible presence of gas [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The Quirinale made itself heard on the delay of the economic maneuver, so much so that the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte yesterday had to climb to the highest hill in Rome to provide reassurance and update the President of the Republic on the work progress. At the moment, the most discussed measures are frozen, the [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) “Culture is the only true antidote to all fascisms. They will not pass ”, so the senator of the Democratic Party Monica Cirinnà…. So he tweeted, so they continue to stir up hatred. La Pecora Elettrica disturbs the underworld: the control of the shop in via delle Palme behind the arson. And then since [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) From Grillo's blog, a Twitter: "I thought worse ..", then in a link a video of the 1994 Soundgarden - Black hole sun -, a song that imagines the end of the world as a black hole that swallows everything. Chris Comell sang it, who took his own life two years ago, and who [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) The sick ask the medical profession: multidisciplinary care with greater listening and support skills and more suited to their needs. key word is engagement Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases characterized in their course by the alternation of phases of exacerbation and remission with [...]

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Obey by keeping silent? It depends in which area. Ignored by the Cassation art. 237 DPR 90/2010 (TUROM). The relationship of functional dependence of the judicial police with the judicial authority excludes any interference of the hierarchical scale in the conduct of investigations. (by Cleto Iafrate) A Marshal of the Carabinieri, station commander, is sentenced by the Military Court of Verona to the penalty of [...]

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In Venice, from 12 to 15 October, the 92nd Congress of the SIU (Italian Society of Urology) 5.600 new bladder tumors among women: smokers at risk Tobacco 'turns on' and quintuples the probability of disease In Italy there are 57 women suffering from bladder cancer, of which 3.300 in Campania alone according to [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The presence of foreign populations in our community is becoming more and more impressive and Italy, which is taking on increasingly varied facets, is in the process of transforming from a country of emigration to a country of immigration. Observing the most recent facts, we note how this phenomenon is becoming a real "emergency" with [...]

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(by John Blackeye) Inside Palazzo Montecitorio, the Prime Minister in charge has rattled off the points of the government program that should decide the fate of Italy for the next few years. They pretend not to understand that the newly appointed government does not represent the will of the people but a small minority. Ignoring the voice of millions of [...]

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Director Marina Paterna: “The Amazon burns and Di Caprio acts, donating 5 million dollars to save it from fires. Great example for all of us. " “I have always thought that Leonardo Di Caprio was a man gifted with great and profound sensitivity. A real actor is all of this. And today I confirm it: When the thought coincides with [...]

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The thought of the Hon. Gioacchino #Alfano, former Undersecretary of State for Defense, on the current situation of the Italian political crisis that is proposed to our readers: “I would have liked to use silence as an instrument of wisdom but the particular and delicate political moment pushes me to tumultuous reflections. I was part of three governments and I am involved in politics [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Coffee, a concentrate of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant active ingredients such as polyphenols, etc. that, in doses of three to five cups a day, would reduce the risk of suffering from heart attacks and strokes, hypertension and even mortality from these causes by up to 15%. This is confirmed by a recent research carried out at Queen [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The "monster" is the name Matteo Salvini of any government that might arise between M5S and Pd. The "beast", is called by Salvini's opponents, the League's communication machine led by the young "spin doctor", Luca #Morisi. Only the "beautiful" is missing, to paraphrase a famous Disney film. Instead the "beautiful", which would displace everyone [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) "I have heard Di Maio several times in recent days asking for the cut of the parliamentarians", Salvini began in the Senate Chamber. "I take the ball: the League will vote to anticipate the cut of the parliamentarians, ends with a flourish with the promise made to the Italians and then, for dignity and honesty, [...]

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(by The International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) in Ljubljana, Slovenia) Kosovo has been thrown in a deep political crisis ever since its incumbent government was formed in September 2017. Ramush Haradinaj's government is composed of the PAN coalition gathered around Kadri Veseli's Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), the Initiative for Kosovo (Nisma) [...]

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“Liberate life”, an international campaign in 13 European countries, in favor of people with haemophilia. Stories of dreams that haemophilia cannot stop "(Nicola Simonetti)" Libera la Vita "is part of the international campaign" Liberate Life "which, active in 13 European countries, directly involves people with haemophilia to offer a new vision of life beyond [...]

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In a note, the general secretary of the SIM Guardia di Finanza, Cleto Iafrate commented on the Sea-Watch story: "Without entering, on the merits of the controversy relating to the Sea Watch case - the opinions will be expressed in the competent offices - I welcome with great satisfaction the demonstration of the closeness of Minister Salvini to the soldiers of the Guard of [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Constantly raging heat: beware of heat stroke, cause of body temperature increase (39 degrees) and dehydration, potentially deadly. It must be treated urgently as the brain and other vital organs go into severe, immediate crisis. The elderly and small children are more exposed to heat stroke, [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) The environment of uniformed personnel is not limited to the workplace but extends to the home. Being a wife, or husband of a soldier, a policeman is not an easy situation, especially in the presence of children in childhood and adolescence. There are many stories that "in private" security operators and [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) It is a problem of attributes. Salvini must now show everyone who the "Captain" is. An agency has just been beaten on a meeting between Matteo #Salvini and Mara #Carfagna, coordinator of Forza Italia yesterday, together with Giovanni #Toti. Apparently the center-right is assuming a credible form of government [...]

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SMA or spinal muscular atrophy, a rare disease (1.000 patients currently live in Italy; affected in 1 newborn out of 1.000) of genetic origin. The affected child unfortunately resembles a rag doll. It does not stand up, it does not walk, it cannot make autonomous movements aimed at it. (by Nicola Simonetti) The disease is transmitted when [...]

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Dr. Alessandro Zanasi from the Sanpellegrino Observatory explains how proper hydration can help keep students' intellectual performance high The moment so feared by Italian students - who will have to take state exams in the coming days - has arrived. The first written test is scheduled for Wednesday 19 June with [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Killer are three irreversible diseases (glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, maculopathies) that a prevention based on annual non-invasive specialist visits could have avoided. So it is not even in Italy where, on the initiative of the International Agency. Prevention of Blindness - Italy onlus, eye screening was carried out among parliamentarians, finding "among those who underwent [...]

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(Santa Fizzarotti Selvaggi) On the occasion of the conference "Mediterranean, sea of ​​peace" organized by the Crocerossine d'Italia Onlus Sez of Bari, which was attended by a very large and qualified audience, prof. Oronzo Sciacovelli, illustrious scientist, presented the text which is published below with his consent. After the intervention of Prof. Filippo [...]

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Summer and "costume test", a combination that may seem outdated in times of "fight against bodyshaming" and in which even the giants of clothing reject the excessive use of photoshop and resort to models with a silhouette closer to that of women real. Fortunately, however, attention to well-being and proper nutrition is still in [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Women undergoing fertility treatment should urgently consult their doctor if they have symptoms of heart failure, according to a study presented at the scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (Heart Failure 2019) and based on the study of 111 women who had practiced medically assisted fertilization and presented cardiomyopathy [...]

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(by Santa #Fizzarotti Selvaggi) On the occasion of the “Mediterranean, sea of ​​peace” conference organized by the Bari section of the Italian Onlus Crocerossine Association, there were valuable interventions that we like to draw attention to for reflection. The intervention proposed below is by Prof. Filippo Maria Boscia, gynecologist and [...]

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ANSES, the Belgian health safety agency, urged the restriction of their use. The "Rights Desk": pending other scientific data it is useful to prevent by limiting exposure, especially for children Some types of LED lights (acronym for light emitting diodes), rich in "blue light", have a toxic effect on [...]

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The jurisdiction of the administrative judge over the anti-union behavior of military administrations passes (by Cleto Iafrate, Secretary General SIM Guardia di Finanza) What happened yesterday in the Defense Committee in the Chamber is a very serious fact because the League, together with Forza Italia and other forces of the opposition denied workers in uniform the protections that the legal system [...]

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“The only boom that this government has registered was that of the balance and removal of tax bills. It is a clear sign that the flat tax can really be the solution to try to reverse the citizen's attitude towards contributions from vicious to virtuous ”. This was stated by the industry manager of Forza Italia, the deputy [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Its use for this purpose is disputed above all in consideration of both the side effects (brain neoplasia) on the psyche and the irreversibility of the consequences on sex. From France comes the report that one of these cyproterone acetate-based products exposes you to the risk of brain tumor. Usually, this product is [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte did not digest the lack of respect on the part of the League and Matteo Salvini on the Siri affair. The statements on his resignation after the meeting with the magistrates (not yet fixed) were not acceptable to Conte, because the premier had asked the League's undersecretary, under investigation for an alleged [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) A study from the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University of Chicago, published in JAMA (2019; 321 (11): 1081-95), combined data from six previous studies involving a total of 29.615 people followed for an average of 17,5 years, finding a 6% increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease when the average number [...]

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Professor Umberto Solimene explains how water can help maintain the beauty and health of our teeth Whether it is to express happiness or for good education, a smile is an important ally in everyday life. To keep it dazzling and healthy, in addition to proper and complete oral hygiene, it is [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) “Alcohol is a hedonic substance, but - prof. Carmelina Loguercio and prof. Domenico Alvaro, full professors of gastroenterology respectively of the universities of Naples and La Sapienza of Rome - it, in creating pleasure, can induce addiction and certainly generate damage to various organs and systems. For young people, alcohol represents [...]

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It is a device the size of a cell phone that stimulates the trigeminal nerve with low electrical impulses. ADHD affects about 4-5% of children The Food and Drug Administration (Fda), the US regulatory body, has authorized in the United States, for the first time, the commercialization, in the pediatric sector, of the stimulation system of the trigeminal nerve [...]

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(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Public actions continue to de-legitimize the military trade unions which, thanks to the sentence of the Constitution Court n. 120/2018, are being born after the opinion of the heads of the armed forces and the decree of assent of the defense minister. All according to the rules. At the Defense Commission of the Chamber of Deputies is [...]

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From wood to delivery, 41 centuries of expedients to control criminal prosecution (by Cleto Iafrate - Secretary General of the Italian Military Union of the Guardia di Finanza) If power emerged in its bare reality, it would hardly be tolerated by the people. Therefore, the manipulation and control of criminal prosecution has always been an activity that thrills those in power, [...]

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Who has never had bad dreams? We have always tried to find out what is the origin of the nightmares that ruin our rest and that many times force us to wake up with a start. Research has attempted to provide an explanation for the mechanisms in our brain when we have a nightmare. [...]

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Surgical robots are multiplying but by now many are questioning their effectiveness and opportunity and wondering if "the game is worth the candle", that is, the cost-benefit ratio is in favor of the latter. The high cost of the devices was also reported - according to some "to a limited competition which, however, could, in the short term, [...]

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Present in industrial food and its raw materials, the preservative E319 weakens our immune system, especially the cells that localize and fight the flu virus. Published on April 7, a study by the State University of Michigan (USA) reveals that tertiary butylhydroquinone (BHQT), a food additive better known as E319, threatens our [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Depressed around the world (at least 121 million people, increased - says the WHO - in 10 years, by 20%; in Italy, 3,5 million depressed; in Europe over 35 million) give yourself hand for a protest circle that turns the equator twice. Two thirds of those affected are women. In [...]

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(Nicola Simonetti) The short "La faim va tout droit", an Italian-French co-production directed by Giulia Canella, which tells about anorexia from an unusual male point of view, wins the City of Latina Award at the "Filmdipeso" short festival . The Short Film Festival, "Filmdipeso" in Latina (III edition promoted by the Bariatric Center of Excellence, Sapienza University of [...]

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(by Nicola Simonetti) Ovarian cancer, the sixth most diagnosed cancer among women and the one with the highest mortality rate (60-70%), making it one of the top 5 causes of female cancer death among women aged between 50 and 69 years. The "Gene BRCA" called "Gene Jolie": [...]

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(by Antonio Gaspari, www.frammentidipace.it) A new world is emerging. Faced with trade wars, price speculations, threats of tariffs, sanctions and territorial disputes, China and Italy have indicated a new path made of cooperation and investment, technological innovation, cultural progress and environmental protection. A strong signal in which China and Italy, the East and [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Already a year without Fabrizio Frizzi the conductor who did not want to appear, a person loved by all his colleagues, who testify emotions with memories in these days. In his TV career he had also met the women of his life, Rita Dalla Chiesa and Carlotta Mantovan, his second wife [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) The Messina Court of Appeal annulled the compensation awarded to the three minor children of Marianna Manduca, the woman killed by her husband in the Catania area in 2007. The sum, of 259.200 euros, was granted by the first judges degree in 2017, after having recognized the civil liability of the magistrates who remained inactive [...]

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(by Pasquale Preziosa) According to some American analysts, Afghanistan's National Security has deteriorated further since NATO, in 2014, reduced its presence on the ground and did not allow the Afghan security forces to reach the training levels required by the USA plans. Not so, this is just a little way [...]

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(by Francescomaria Tuccillo) On 4 March the main newspapers of the twenty-eight countries of the Union received an open letter from the President of the French Republic to the citizens of Europe. Title: For a European Renaissance. If it is true, as it is true, that "the means is the message", this unprecedented gesture represents a courageous, far-sighted and profoundly contemporary choice, where [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Pif did it by taking the field with the disabled in Palermo and, contacted by one of them, Marina Paterna does not hold back. In fact, he declares that among the invalids of the city of Palermo there are examples of great human dignity. One of them is Giovanni Vaccarella, son of Ninni Vaccarella, [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) If they asked me today what woman I would like to be, I would reply that I would like to be the sum, the synthesis of great women who have fought great moral, work and ethical battles. The first great woman that comes to mind? I'll answer you like this: The first role I played as an actress in an essay by [...]

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(by Santa Fizzarotti Selvaggi) The Crocerossine d'Italia Onlus Association with its flexibility and conceptual ductility that characterizes it cannot fail to reflect on the meaning and significance of the new social demands, the new horizons of meaning and knowledge in order to facilitate the rooting of values humanitarians. Values ​​that can be shared through the transformative processes of [...]

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Nutritionist Elisabetta Bernardi explains how proper hydration can be an important aid for women's well-being, from pregnancy to menopause, up to skin health. An element as natural as it is essential for our life: water represents an ally in particular for women, both from the point of view of health and as a true one [...]

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It is called Yerba santa and is able to reduce the swelling of the brain associated with the development of neuropathology. Holy grass, the leaf of American shamans, is also used for wounds, muscles and rheumatism. Some answers to the question of health come directly from nature, which are often also supported by studies of [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) The National Assembly of 17 March will ratify the election of the President of Lazio Nicola Zingaretti as secretary of the PD. Many well-known faces from the world of entertainment who lined up to vote, Sabrina Ferilli who voted for the municipal ones Raggi, Roberto Benigni, Guccini, Nanni Moretti, Gigi Proietti, Paolo [...]

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(Francesca Proietti Cosimi) The long-awaited data that frightened the networks and productions, we will no longer read them in the morning but will be updated at 17 pm, because smartphones, tablets and Smart TVs will enter the scene. This is because the way of seeing programs has changed, the era of families around [...] is over.

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Women - diabetes and heart, a self-maintaining and progressing bond. And not only. (by Nicola Simonetti) The risk of death in diabetic women is five times greater than in non-diabetic women and twice as much as in men with diabetes. Cardiovascular diseases, thanks to immediate help, new therapies and [...]

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One day is special, one bright day, one dull day, another dumb day, the other still silent. And, the next day, how do you feel? Off. Off like a switched on switch that short-circuits and you don't explain why. The bulb is not burned out. You paid the electricity bill. Everything around is perfect, don't you [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) The roles of bullying are well defined: on the one hand there is the bully, the one who carries out violent behavior physically and / or psychologically and, on the other hand, the victim, the one who instead suffers these attitudes . Psychological suffering and social exclusion are often experienced by children who, without choosing it, find themselves in [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) Rai is on the hunt for young audiences and Lorenzo Mieli CEO of Fremantle, who since yesterday has pulled back after the exclusion of the trapper Sfera e Basta, he knows this is why they have entered the new trends . The Voice of Italy, the Rai 2 talent show, [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) To those whom, public service, Collovati defined women unable to understand tactics in football. The fair of the common place. But who said that women cannot talk about football, at a time when the women's national team takes its winnings, where there are many on the pitch [...]

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“We need a radical change in the balance of power between these platforms and the public. The age of inadequate self-regulation must end, ”said Damian Collins, chairman of the House of Commons Commission on Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). This is the summary of what the British parliamentarians said in the Report [...]

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(by Francesca Proietti Cosimi) “Soldi” won as the best Italian song but today the League is asking to change the music schedules of the national radios. Focusing on our music, giving space to newcomers, protecting our tradition: this is the goal of a bill signed by Alessandro Morelli, president of the Transport and [...]

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