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#HighTech Why mobile phones are NOT a health hazard - An article we published last week about links between mobiles and cancer proved highly controversial. Here a cancer expert and physicist argues that it misrepresented the research and that fears are ill-founded • Last week’s article: The inconvenient truth about cancer and mobile phones Last week the Observer published an article by Mark Hertsgaard and Mark Dowie on a disturbing topic – the idea that telecoms giants might collude to supp...
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#HighTech Farting unicorn row: artist reaches settlement with Elon Musk - Tom Edwards from Colorado, who challenged Musk’s use of motif without attribution, reaches agreement with Tesla tycoon A Colorado artist says he has reached a settlement with Elon Musk after challenging the Tesla tycoon’s use of a farting unicorn motif that he had drawn as an ironic tribute to electric cars. Musk used the cartoon image on Twitter, without attribution, to promote his Tesla electric car range, and ignor...
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Art: Nan Goldin, Activists Bring Sackler Protest to Harvard Art Museums - The photographer has been staging actions to draw attention to allegations that Purdue Pharma, which is owned by members of the family, has benefited from the opioid crisis. Read More The post Nan Goldin, Activists Bring Sackler Protest to Harvard Art Museums appeared first on ARTnews.
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Lifestyle: Bodysuits, boots and masks galore as Comic-Con opens in San Diego - There were bodysuits, boots and masks galore in San Diego as thousands of comic, superhero and anime fans flocked to the opening of Comic-Con on Thursday.
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#HighTech The Guardian view on cybersecurity: trust – but verify | Editorial - The use of Chinese-made equipment in Britain’s broadband infrastructure demands, and gets, careful scrutiny How far can we trust Chinese companies to supply our critical national infrastructure? The question was raised by the Hinkley Point power station, but is even more pressing in the telecoms business. Broadband internet is now as critical a part of the infrastructure as the road or rail network. So the questi...
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#HighTech YouTube's biggest stars trade insults in London ahead of boxing match - KSI and Logan Paul have been verbally sparring for months – in August they will have their turn in the ring at the 21,000-capacity Manchester Arena York Hall, in London’s Bethnal Green, is one of Britain’s oldest boxing venues. Opened in the 1920s, it still hosts professional bouts to audiences of 1,200 people. But in its near-century, it’s never seen anything like the event that took place on Wednesday, as mo...
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#HighTech Our obsession with sci-fi technology: Chips with Everything podcast - In July 2018 a Dutch company showcased what it calls the first ever flying car already fit for purpose, at the Farnborough Airshow. But do we need flying cars in our lives? Subscribe and review: Acast, Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, AudioBoom, Mixcloud. Join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter, or email us at chipspodcast@theguardian.com. Any time technology throws up a new problem for society, you’re guaranteed...
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#HighTech Facebook to publish data on Irish abortion referendum ads - Social media company to provide details of spending on ads targeting Irish voters Facebook is to publish comprehensive data on political advertising during Ireland’s abortion referendum campaign, giving an unprecedented insight into targeting of voters on social media, and setting a powerful precedent for election transparency. The US company has told Irish politicians it will provide anonymised details of the amount spen...
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Art: Jennifer Klahn Joins deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum as Deputy Director for External Affairs, Sarah Montross Promoted to Curator - Klahn hails from the Archaeological Institute of America. Read More The post Jennifer Klahn Joins deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum as Deputy Director for External Affairs, Sarah Montross Promoted to Curator appeared first on ARTnews.
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#HighTech Facebook's plan to kill dangerous fake news is ambitious – and perhaps impossible - New policy to tackle content that could fuel violence may be well-meaning, but the complexity of the task is mind-boggling Facebook has been grappling with its role in spreading false news and disinformation for a few years, but a spate of mob violence in India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar have spurred the social network into a knee-jerk policy change. Until now, Facebook has dealt with disinformation by...
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