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The Spyware on Your Phone that could End Democracy
“One of the most fundamental attacks on democracy & human rights ever invented”
British hypocrisy: University finds novel 1984 ‘offensive and upsetting’ as it perfectly predicted the current miserable state of Britain as the No.1 surveilled state
Protecting students from the ugly reality of Britain today: a British university has issued a warning over “offensive and upsetting” content in Orwell’s famous "1984" dystopia. ...
WHO says Covid still 'very dangerous virus' and we're only at 'halfway mark'
As the government scraps the majority of the remaining Covid restrictions this week, the WHO has rejected claims the pandemic is over
Former pope Benedict admits making false claim to child sexual abuse inquiry
Ex-pontiff blames ‘editorial oversight’ for previous statement he was absent from 1980 meeting over suspected paedophile priest
‘Paradigm shift’ needed in way WHO is funded, says director general
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says Covid pandemic has proven that health is ‘an international issue’
US woman finds $3m lottery ticket in junk email folder
A US woman discovered she had won $3m (£2.2m) from the lottery after checking her spam folder for an unrelated email.
Mark Zuckerberg says Meta is building the world’s fastest supercomputer
Facebook founder’s planned metaverse, blending reality with digital experiences, will require enormous computing power
Top court to weigh end to race-based US college admissions
The US Supreme Court will take up two cases this autumn that ask whether university race-based admissions violate civil rights laws.
‘Depraved’ Playboy founder accused of bestiality and grooming
Even Bill Cosby's name showed up in the explosive documentary, which paints Hugh Hefner as a predator
'We're pirates!': Cruise ship changes course to dodge seizure
Passengers aboard a cruise ship were surprised by a tack change this weekend when their luxury liner docked in the Bahamas to avoid seizure in the US.
Journalist Julian Assange wins first stage of attempt to appeal against extradition for the crime of reporting the real facts
WikiLeaks founder is seeking to appeal against ruling that he can be sent to US to face espionage charges
A global tax on millionaires would benefit the wealthy as well as the poor
An open letter was recently published that was signed by more than 100 millionaires and billionaires, pleading to their class brethren – particularly those participating in the ...
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