Do you know those kind of people that rather first start recording an incident instead of helping the persons in need? Well - in Japan a woman survived because a group of people dropped their phone.
During Tokyo's hectic rush hour a woman tried to get off a train in Saitama, north of Tokyo - the woman fell in a gap between the train and the platform Monday morning. Amazingly enough - the people did not start their smartphone camera's to record the incident - instead the group of people started pushing the 32-ton train car so the woman could free herself.
About 1,000 people were inside the place by the time the fire started
A fire inside a nightclub in downtown Santa Maria, 290 km from the capital, Porto Alegre, left at least 85 people dead, according to the Civil Police, and several wounded during the early hours of Sunday (27). The death toll may reach one hundred. The flames may have been caused by a flare launched from the stage by a band member who performed.
The encounter with terrorism technology, widely defined cyber terrorism, is one of the main threats for each country. Wrongly, we tend to associate a terrorist act to a physical event as an explosion, a conflict, a tragedy, but the common people totally ignore the potential threat of a cyber offensive.
Security incidents reported by federal agencies have risen by more than 650 percent over the past five years, placing the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive government information and information systems at risk, the Government Accountability Office said in a report released Monday by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.