Register: NOV/17/2019, Submit: NOV/27/2019, Eligibility: Students, professionals, institutions; all design disciplines; individually, teams with unlimited number of members, Fee: Students 20 USD, professionals 25 USD, institutions (minimum 20 students) – per student 4 USD; (more details on the competition website), Awards: Winner: 5,000 USD; 3 Runner-up (2 students and 1 professional): 1,500 USD each; 4 People’s Choice (2 students and 2 professionals): 500 USD each; 14 Honorable Mentions (7 students and 7 professionals): 250 USD each; (more details on the competition website)
The definition of crime is culturally subjective. This subjectivity used to help us define law and punishment in a more rational manner in the past. Today, this subjectivity placed against pacing time and increasing globalization is not easy to rationalize anymore. We see this in many walks of life where assets like gold which used to be the driving force of an economy. Where trade and even countries were valued based on how much gold reserves they had in the past. In today’s context, trade depends on technology and the currency here is information.