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Instagram & Snapchat pose ‘significant emotional risk’ for children ‘chasing likes’ – report

Schools should do more to prepare children for the “significant emotional risk” of social media, a state watchdog has claimed. A new report highlights the risk of a new generation “growing up chasing likes.”
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Nobody ‘stealing’ your jobs, you spend too much on wars, Alibaba founder tells US

A novel idea: maybe the reason the US is in a spiralling debt is because the US government has been spending money on all the wrong places (including war). Jack Ma, founder of and one of the richest men in the world, believes this is the case.

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Virtually every modern computer is vulnerable to a pair of devastating attacks, and there's only a fix for one of them, and it sucks

Today, three groups of security researchers from the Technical University of Graz, Cerberus Security, and Google Project Zero revealed a pair of defects in modern computers that allow adversaries to steal passwords and other sensitive data from virtually any computer in use today.

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FBI thought Hillary broke the law, drafted acquittal despite ongoing investigation – report

The FBI believed Hillary Clinton and her aides broke the law by using an insecure server to email classified data, yet drafted an exonerating statement even before the probe was over, according to several Republican senators.

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Trump Slaps Bannon With Cease-And-Desist, Says 'Legal Action Is Imminent'

President Trump's lawyers slapped former White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon with a cease and desist letter Wednesday night demanding he refrain from further disparaging the President and his family, reports ABC News.

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China Orders Media To Stop Reporting Iran Unrest, Desires Stability For Massive Investments

As widespread protests in Iran have now reached a full week, a new censorship directive from the Chinese government has ordered newsrooms across the nation to cease reporting on Iran demonstrations. The leaked directive, which has been translated and published by the China Digital Times, notifies journalists to "not report any more on the demonstrations in Iran" and that "follow-up reports require further notice from superiors."

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CIA Whistleblower: Reports of Iran, al-Qaeda Ties ‘Simply a Lie’

A new Pentagon report claiming that Iran supports terrorist groups such as the Taliban and al-Qaeda has been disseminated through American media outlets – but has come under fire for wishy-washy claims about said connections.

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Tense New England Police Encounter Confirms National Police ID Database

An example of how police are heavy-handed even in affluent, low-crime areas.

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Brandon Smith Asks "Will Manliness Make A Comeback In 2018?"

Men embracing their masculinity and biological heritage has not been the easiest path the past few years, at least, for those who care about being labeled a "toxic" curse hanging over the history of the world. For me, frankly, I am indifferent to the gnashing and wailing of feminists and the social justice cult. They are a paper tiger and always have been. Beyond that, it's almost impossible to live in rural Montana without being a capable man (or living in a family with capable men), so even if I wanted to become some kind of liberal my-little-pony metrosexual, the environment simply would not allow for it. I would get eaten alive, or I would have to leave.

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Facebook declines to say why it deletes certain political accounts, but not others

Facebook is declining to say why it appears to be picking and choosing political leaders to censor at the request of the US government after it deleted the social media accounts of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.

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‘Sensitivity Readers’ Are the New Thought Police, And They Threaten More Than Novelists

This used to be a joke. Now social justice warriors all over are finding jobs PCing the world to the point of stupidity. (They must have had a role in the new Star Wars movie I am sad to say.) What is wrong with these people? How can this busybodiness have seeped so deep into the core of some parts of our society? Why do some people so fear thought? Why do they live in such fear generally?

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Home Assistant Adopter Beware: Google, Amazon Digital Assistant Patents Reveal Plans for Mass Snooping

Internet giants Amazon and Google are slashing prices and offering supposed deals on their “digital assistants” this holiday season, but a study of patent applications associated with the devices reveals plans for massive surveillance of users’ homes, Consumer Watchdog warned today.

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Something Stinks About the Iranian Protests; Iranians Suspicious Of Demonstration Roots

The protests in Iran have borne the hallmarks of a color revolution since the very beginning and, as time moved on, the nature of the demonstrations have become more and more apparent. But even as the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards corps, General Mohammad Ali Jafari, declared the end of the “sedition,” many Iranians remain deeply suspicious of the protests but also recognize some legitimate complaints.

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North Korea accidentally hit one of its own cities with a missile, report says Posted Articlesx

In its relentless pursuit of nuclear strength, North Korea's first land target may have actually been itself. The Diplomat reported Wednesday that an intermediate range ballistic missile launched by the regime last spring accidentally hit the city of Tokchon, which has a population of more than 200,000.

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Chinese space station could plummet back to Earth in March

China lost control of their first space station Tiangong-1 in 2016 – and now pieces of it could come crashing back down to Earth. Research organization Aerospace Corporation recently predicted the station could re-enter our planet’s atmosphere sometime around the middle of March. Around 2,000 to 8,000 pounds of the almost 19,000-pound station could hit the surface.

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Nissan’s Car of the Future Will Read Your Brain Waves

The world’s biggest carmakers and technology companies are spending billions of dollars to perfect your ability to drive without thinking. Nissan Motor Co. is taking a different direction — trying to “decode” your thinking so hands-on driving is more fun.

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Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

On June 14, 2014, the State Council of China published an ominous-sounding document called “Planning Outline for the Construction of a Social Credit System”. In the way of Chinese policy documents, it was a lengthy and rather dry affair, but it contained a radical idea. What if there was a national trust score that rated the kind of citizen you were?  

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Will Pa. Gun Owners Have To Give Up Their Firearms To Get Medical Marijuana?

Pennsylvania State Police officials are stirring up protest among Pennsylvania gun-owners who are also potential medical marijuana patients. “It disturbs me greatly to see the Pennsylvania State Police put on their website references to federal law while ignoring the fact that it is legal under Pennsylvania law,” says Patrick Nightingale of Greenfield.

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Iran deploys Revolutionary Guards to quell 'sedition' in protest hotbeds

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards have deployed forces to three provinces to put down an eruption of anti-government unrest after six days of protests that have rattled the clerical leadership and left 21 people dead. The protests, which began last week out of frustration over economic hardships suffered by the youth and working class, have evolved into a rising against the powers and privileges of a remote elite especially Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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Trump Unleashes on Bannon: 'Not Only Lost His Job, He Lost His Mind'

The political fissure of President Donald Trump and his former top political advisor Steve Bannon became official on Wednesday after the release of a book excerpts in which Bannon called Donald Trump Jr.'s behavior during last year's campaign "treasonous" and the president firing back with an official statement in which he said Bannon had "lost his mind" since his ouster from the White House last August.

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