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Facebook: Whistleblower Frances Haugen claims social network 'enabling' genocide
Frances Haugen made an impression after she gave evidence to a parliamentary committee. Now she has spoken to Sky News about her experiences working for Facebook.
Comments on "Human Intelligence in a Digital Age" - A brilliant Speech by MI6 Chief Richard Moore, and the neglected elephants in the room
Justified compliments about Mr. Moore's speech have been spread extensively and appropriately in the pages of many newspapers, but I would like to remark on precisely what I thi...
'Hiring anyone that shows up': SF businesses struggle to stay afloat amid labor shortage
"Right now we'll take anyone who are willing to learn and stay with us." The pandemic's effects on the labor force are still being widely felt, but are especially pronounced for...
Jurors at Maxwell trial shown Epstein's massage table, photo of sex toys
A green massage table seized from Jeffrey Epstein's Palm Beach estate was carried into a Manhattan federal courtroom on Friday, where British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is on t...
Chris Cuomo's spokesman says sexual misconduct allegation is 'not true' following anchor's CNN firing
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host was first suspended over trying to investigate the women accusing his brother of sexual harassment.
Chinese govt thinktank proposes growth target of above 5% for 2022
China's top government thinktank on Monday recommended the government set an economic growth target of above 5% for next year as the economy slows due to the persistent COVID-19...
British supermarket chain Tesco facing pre-Christmas strikes
Workers at several Tesco distribution centres across Britain are set to strike in the run-up to Christmas, potentially hitting product availability, the Unite union said on Monday.
Banksy bids to buy prison that held Oscar Wilde
Mysterious street artist Banksy has offered to raise £10 million ($13.28 million) to turn Reading Prison, where Oscar Wilde was incarcerated, into an arts center, by selling a s...
Prince Harry denies involvement in scandal with Saudi donor
Prince Harry has denied any involvement in the cash-for-honors scandal, involving Prince Charles and a Saudi billionaire, insisting he had “expressed concerns” about the motives...
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‘Lifestyle’ drug users may lose passports
The UK government has unveiled a 10-year plan to tackle drug dealers and users, giving police new powers to strip passports and driving licenses from citizens, as drug-poisoning...
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