* Abkhazia has banned bitcoin mining to stem an energy
TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A woman posing in a thong outside a church; a single mother who berated Russian lawmakers and President Vladimir Putin; a saxophonist who criticised World War Two commemorations.
LISBON, Nov 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The leaks and
controversies plaguing tech giants are driving users towards
privacy-focused startups that are bidding to shake up the online
market with a little help from regulators, company executives
and digital rights experts say.
* Nearly half the world's population have no way to get
* Wine believed to have originated in Georgia 8,000 years
WASHINGTON/TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - James Sampson runs a tech repair shop in suburban Washington D.C. - fixing wayward phones and lagging laptops - and sees his tiny store as one part of a brave, new consumer rights revolution that can protect the planet, too.
［２５日 トムソン・ロイター財団］ - オンラインでのイベントから仕事の打ち合わせに至るまで、いつも画面を眺めてばかり。ウンザリしたアンナ・レッドマンさん（２９）はボーイフレンドと共に、ロンドン郊外にある木造のキャビン（小屋）に向かった。スマホを封筒に封印し、ネットに接続せずに３日間を過ごした。今年初めの話だ。
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tired of having to gaze at a screen for anything from a pub quiz to work calls, Anna Redman and her boyfriend headed to a wooden cabin outside London, locked their phones in a sealed envelope and spent three days off-grid earlier this year.
TBILISI, July 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nino, a
25-year-old lesbian from Georgia, no longer feels at ease when
she leaves the house. Since violence forced a Pride march to be
cancelled earlier this month, she is afraid of being verbally
abused or chased in the street.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Although he was "nearly killed" by a violent mob this week, the organiser of Tbilisi Pride said he felt upbeat after Georgians responded with an outpouring of support for LGBT+ rights.