V. Denisenko. photo @ VU, Kurauskas
Defence

How to avoid fake news about Coronavirus

At the moment, in addition to official information about coronavirus, the situation in Lithuania and in the world, fake news is spreading. How can you distinguish which information is true and which is fake? How […]

Press in a super market
Politics

Government promises to give media access to registry data this week

The Lithuanian Center of Registers is expected to reopen free access to its data for the media as early as this week under a temporary solution to be approved by the government on Wednesday. […]

Tomer Sofinzon, Founder of the Pillar Project, at a panel discussion, by Mantas Bartaševičius
Economy

Tomer Sofinzon: Blockchain will change the way we live

Blockchain technology is going to change the world and potentially could have as big effect on our lives as birth of the Internet. Still, since it is relatively unknown, the perception of it is that this technology has been created to serve only the cryptocurrencies, let’s mention the Bitcoin. The Lithuania Tribune spoke with Tomer Sofinzon, the founder of the Pillar Project and member of the 2030 project, about the technology and how Blockchain is going to change our lives. […]

Russia Today
Politics

Minster of Foreign Affairs spars with Russia Today journalist at Vilnius conference

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius sparred with a journalist of the Kremlin-financed television channel Russia Today over propaganda and journalists working for state-controlled media during an international conference on the safety of journalists in Vilnius on Monday. […]

Press conference at the Presidential palace
Politics

Seimas upholds presidential veto, drops Civil Code amendments

Lithuania’s parliament has taken the presidential veto into account, deciding to discard the latest amendments of the Civil Code. […]