Thursday 19th October 2017. Dr Computer and free tickets.
October 19, 2017
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Doctor Computer (Alex Neuman) spends a bit of time with us this morning in the first hour. One of the topics that has been in the news recently and that is the security of Wi-Fi routers. Alex does explain it…. If you understand it, you are better than I. Also I play in the second hour today music with a particular similarity, it took a long time but congratulations to Chis who got the correct answer. All the songs were called “Someday.”
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, welcomed yesterday morning his Honduran counterpart Juan Orlando Hernández, at the Palacio de las Garzas, where they spoke about housing, agriculture, transparency, security and migration programs.
Guatemala’s anti-narcotics police located about 200 kilos of cocaine that were transported in a container from Panama and arrived in Puerto Quetzal on the southern Pacific.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office (MP) has initiated an investigation into the Municipal Engineering Department of Antón, Coclé province, with regard to allegations of alleged acts of corruption.
The Public Ministry (MP) reported yesterday that it proceeded with the dismissal of the bill against cybercrime.
The Panama Canal is carrying out a series of preventive measures for saving water in its operations, before the lack of rains on the watershed in the last months.
The Libertad Foundation filed a demand yesterday to declare null and void Executive Decree No. 69, which established the closure of private offices nationwide on Wednesday, October 11, following Panama’s historic World Cup classification.
Users of public transport in the east of the capital are worried about the possible removal of alternative buses and so-called “red devils.”
Panama’s first prison brand, IntegrArte, which celebrates its first anniversary and has already begun to be distributed in several outlets in the capital, is growing every day.