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Event Presentation: Social Media: Perils and Precautions by Taha Ghayyur (Feb. 9, 2020)


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February 5, 2020 · 11:39 pm

Event Presentation: “Fiqh of Social Media: Ethics of Virtual Communication” by Taha Ghayyur (Feb. 18, 2017)


Everyday Fiqh – “Fiqh of Social Media: Ethics of Virtual Communication” with
Br. Taha Ghayyur 

Presenter: Br. Taha Ghayyur (Writer, Khateeb and Community Organizer)
When: Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: UIA Centre-2570 Haines Road Unit 2, Mississauga ON, L4Y 4A3
Registration: FREE!
Contact: For More information and Registration
1 877 994 3292 / info@uia.ca

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Digital Dilemmas What Wireless Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know

By Taha Ghayyur
High-speed communication, personal security, accessibility, and information management are the main reasons users cite for owning cell phones, PDAs, and wireless Internet. We experience our share of the “wireless situation” on a daily basis. These wireless waves have engulfed our social landscape by a storm, revolutionizing our communication in the past decade in ways that baffle a social scientist’s imagination.iPhones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as Blackberry and HTC, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi hotspots are some of the latest wireless technologies that have gripped the young and old by the throat in the developed and developing countries alike.
Digital devices are our devoted companions: They accompany us at work, travel with us on commuter trains, ride with us on country roads, and attend our meetings, prayers, and even our washroom trips. Continue reading

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