Suur galerii ja video: Eesti kaitsetööstuse uusim tehnoloogia lahingutegevuses (4)
Eesti kaitsetööstusettevõtted korraldasid täna Tapa Keskpolügoonil suurõppuse «Kevadtorm» raames live-demo, millega näidati kuidas uusimaid kaitsetööstuslahendusi toimimas lahingusituatsioonis.
17.05.2017, Aivar PauE24
Warren Buffett tahab osta Yahoo internetiäri
Maailma rikkuselt kolmas inimene, investor Warren Buffett panustab raha konsortsiumisse, mis soovib üles osta internetifirma Yahoo! tuumikärid, kirjutab Reuters oma allikatele toetudes.
Editorial: need to know or nice to know
Banks have begun to demand data from customers which, among other things, concern relatives' links to state offices. If we present not the data, we can't use the bank services. The clients are disturbed, and understandably so. The banks say they aren't after the data on their own initiative but according to laws and regulations. Data protection Inspectorate says banks need to update client data to comply with Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act.
Editorial: e-image marred
Rightfully, we the people are proud of our e-Estonian reputation. To build that, lots of effort has been applied and much money spent. As pioneers in the domain, at times we'll unavoidably err. At that, what we must not do is squander the trust by affording sloppiness and stupid blunders. In a day of ever increasing popularity of e-services, we must be able to rely on professionalism in people and agencies ensuring glitch-free functioning of the systems.
Estonians trust police, volunteer rescuers the most - survey
Of the institutions responsible for internal security, the police and volunteer rescuers are trusted the most by Estonians whereas trust in assistant police officers has weakened, it appears from a security study commissioned by the Interior Ministry.
Editorial: tax bill to spice up vacation
Tax inspection talk is sensitive, any time. By recent no-confidence vote, the new government has added a dimension or two. Add to this the midsummer tax board announcement of boosted intrusion bill.
Only 24 pct of people trust Estonian pension system - Swedbank survey
Of residents of Estonia only 24 percent trust the country's pension system, 51 percent do not trust it and a quarter cannot say anything about its trustworthiness, it appears from a survey commissioned by the Swedbank Institute for Private Finance.
Editorial: police passivity leads to loss of trust
While explaining police decision not to investigate theft of a mobile phone, a vital fact was recently revealed by Northern Prefecture criminal bureau chief Priit Pärkna: police would rather not deal with minor thievery, as otherwise there would be no time, money and people for solving the more serious crimes. To the point, to a degree – with resources restricted, choices need to be made... rationally speaking.
Trust rating of Estonian police remains above 80 pct
Public trust in the Estonian police has stayed above 80 percent in the first six months of 2013.