Posts Tagged ‘website’

NZ Schools block 2.2 billion attempts to access websites in 3 months Comments 0

Monday, October 21st, 2019

Schools blocked an extraordinary 2.2 billion student attempts to access gaming and other banned websites in the last three months. Network for Learning (N4L), which provides fast broadband to schools, says the number of student attempts to access blocked sites more than doubled from 1 billion in the June quarter to 2.2 billion in the Read more

Vatican website launched to help protect from clerical sexual abuse Comments 0

Friday, December 9th, 2016

A  Vatican website showing the efforts being made to protect people from clerical sexual abuse was launched this week. Children, teens and vulnerable adults are those the Vatican particularly aims to protect. Set up following recommendations from the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, the  website offers a suite of resources. Among these are Read more

Islamic State hacks Sydney Catholic church website Comments 0

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

The Islamic State has hijacked a Sydney Catholic church website and replaced its homepage with a graphic video and threatening message. The video relayed footage of gruesome deaths of Islamic State victims who have been beheaded, shot and even burned alive in the Middle East. “Hacked by Islamic State”, the text on the black homepage Read more

Vatican Bank launches website to boost transparency Comments 0

Friday, August 2nd, 2013

The Vatican bank has launched a website in the wake of a series of scandals and criticism for alleged lack of transparency. Vatican Radio quoted bank president Ernst von Freyberg that the site will provide information “on our reforms and the things we do in the world and how we support the Church and its Read more

Vatican Bank will open its books Comments 0

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

The Vatican has confirmed that the Vatican Bank, the Institute for Religious Works, will start publishing its balance sheets online by the end of 2013. The news was announced by the bank’s new president, Ernst von Freyberg, in a meeting with bank staff. He said that other documents would also be made public on a Read more