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After Cambridge Analytica scandal, publishers see Apple News as a solid alternative to being burned by Facebook, Google

For years, Facebook and Google have been bleeding the publishing industry dry, appropriating the work of its reporters while replacing the ads that traditionally supported the news business with their ... read more

Amid controversy, Facebook working on ad-free subscription-based version

The plans aren’t solid and ... of public trust after a developer gave personal information on millions of Facebook users to Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm that worked on Donald Trump ... read more

Congress to Hold Hearings on Social Media, Big Tech Regulation Issues

WASHINGTON—After the scandal created by the revelations that Cambridge Analytica misused the personal ... to shut down Russian espionage sites and Facebook’s recent expulsion of hundreds of fake accou... read more

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Why Vaccine and GMO Denial Should be Treated Equally

Kennedy’s piece was rejected by HuffPost after a week of editorial back and forth ... Around the time that Kennedy’s piece was being rejected, an article by Carole Bartolotto appeared in HuffPost’s Li... read more

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They defend press freedom in pursuit of the gory detail

What you see is the media acting without regard for consequence ... There have been arrests in the UK this week, as the state has acted to soothe public outrage at the conduct of the News of the World ... read more

5.8-inch OLED iPhone model could be 10 percent cheaper to produce than iPhone X

Apple's follow-up to the iPhone X will cost less to produce ... speculated in a teardown and analysis of installed components performed in November shortly after its release. At the time, the 64-gigab... read more

Sweden turning waste into energy

Three tons of burned ... alternative ways of diversifying energy resources is to recycle waste, and Sweden is not only using its domestic waste but also animal waste and even unicellular beings such a... read more

Amir, Speaker condemn missile attack on Jizan

estinian and Arab territories to the Arab League Ambassador Saeed Abu Ali. He said that this step reflects Colombia’s keenness on supporting the Pales- tinian people and their legitimate rights. He str... read more

Did the founder of the antivax movement fake autism-vaccine link?

The good news is that if this pans out, then perhaps there will be a net loss of people from the antivax side of the argument. The ones who are true believers won’t waver in their faith, of course, bu... read more

Stories for December 2013

We peppered it with questions about 2014 news ... 12/31/2013 3:49 a.m. PHILADELPHIA — A Roman Catholic official whose conviction in a clergy sex-abuse scandal was overturned by a Pennsylvania appeals ... read more

Don't hang all religions with Islam's radicalisation problem

Islam is the only religion in Australia today with the problem of radicalisation, but in our rush to look tolerant, Christian church groups are being ... after the appalling slaughter of Curtis Cheng ... read more

KHAMENEI AIDE GROOMS STRATEGIC TIES WITH MOSCOW

In this May 24, 2018 photo, Adine Usher, 78, meets with breast cancer study leader Dr Joseph Sparano at the Montefiore and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx borough of New York. Usher wa... read more



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