Online scams, ransomware attacks and phishing email schemes have proliferated in Latin America amid the coronavirus pandemic, exposing the dangers hackers pose to people, banks and governments.
In the Mexican border town of Tijuana, Edwin Salgado sat on a folding chair cracking jokes with fellow U.S. military veterans on a Wednesday afternoon in mid-April. Salgado, 35, had just returned from a Mexican government office where he had helped one of the newest arrivals at this border shelter known as “the Bunker”.
It's perfectly normal to feel sad every now and then. But what if that sadness seems to extend for days, or even weeks or months? You might have depression. These feelings are being exacerbated even more given the current COVID-19 fears and uncertainty about the near future.