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US Senators Want to Rein Google, Apple on App Store ‘Monopoly’Technology

US Senators Want to Rein Google, Apple on App Store ‘Monopoly’

A bipartisan trio of US senators proposed a bill that would rein in app stores of companies they claim exert
Indonesia halts ‘two-finger’ virginity tests on female military recruitsPolitics

Indonesia halts ‘two-finger’ virginity tests on female military recruits

The Indonesian military’s chief of staff has confirmed that the country’s armed forces will no longer conduct virginity tests on
Young, Beautiful, White? Swiss Student Exposes Twitter Algorithm BiasTechnology

Young, Beautiful, White? Swiss Student Exposes Twitter Algorithm Bias

A Swiss university student has won Twitter’s first bug bounty competition, revealing that the algorithm is flawed and biased toward
NASA Mars Rock Sample Gone MissingTechnology

NASA Mars Rock Sample Gone Missing

NASA has spent nine years and almost $2 billion on its mission to drill and store Martian rock samples. The
‘Unacceptable cruelty’: Teen takes heat after filmed forcing vulnerable quokka to VAPE, could face 5 years in jailUncategorized

‘Unacceptable cruelty’: Teen takes heat after filmed forcing vulnerable quokka to VAPE, could face 5 years in jail

RSPCA Australia has condemned a social media video which showed a teenager forcing a quokka to vape from an e-cigarette
‘Looks very awful and ill’: Journalist tells RT he ‘couldn’t recognize’ Assange during High Court hearing on his extradition to USPolitics

‘Looks very awful and ill’: Journalist tells RT he ‘couldn’t recognize’ Assange during High Court hearing on his extradition to US

Journalist Richard Medhurst claims that he initially didn’t recognize Julian Assange, who looked “awful and ill,” as the WikiLeaks founder