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Protests flare across Poland after death of young mother denied an abortion
Family of Agnieszka T say they want to ‘save other women in Poland from a similar fate’, as case met with anger over restrictive termination laws
GoFundMe blocks millions raised for truckers protesting Covid vaccine mandates
More than 50,000 trucks are heading to Ottawa to express their discontent with Canada’s measures
Human Rights Watch says staffer was targeted with Israeli-made Pegasus spyware
The Israeli NSO Group’s technology has been used by governments to target political opponents, activists and journalists.
Twitter receives record number of gov’t requests to remove posts
Ninety-five percent of demands in January-June 2021 came from five countries – Japan, Russia, Turkey, India and S Korea.
Mark Zuckerberg says Meta is building the world’s fastest supercomputer
Facebook founder’s planned metaverse, blending reality with digital experiences, will require enormous computing power
A global tax on millionaires would benefit the wealthy as well as the poor
An open letter was recently published that was signed by more than 100 millionaires and billionaires, pleading to their class brethren – particularly those participating in the World Economic Forum’s recent online Davos summit – to adopt...
Hungary, Andorra to mutually honour immunity certificates
Hungary and Andorra have agreed to mutually recognise each other’s Covid immunity certificates, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in a post on Facebook on Sunday.
Ukrainian politician mocks 'stupid' claims he could lead puppet government
Former Ukrainian lawmaker Yevhen Murayev derided British allegations that he could be installed as leader of a Kremlin puppet government in Kyiv, and told Reuters in an interview that he was considering legal action.
Ireland's data centers are an economic lifeline. But environmentalists say they're wrecking the planet
In the west of Ireland lies a medieval market town, its roots steeped in legend. Beyond the labyrinth of narrow streets of the center are the chimney stacks of housing developments that still puff coal and peat.
Hungary to cap prices of six basic foodstuffs: Orban
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced Wednesday that his government would cap the prices of six basic foodstuffs in order to fight rising inflation.
Instagram, Snapchat sued over alleged role in girl’s suicide
The social media platforms are addictive to an extent that caused a kid to kill herself, mother claims in lawsuit
Poland and Hungary unveil new measures to limit inflation
With inflation reaching record levels in Europe, Visegrad countries unveiled new measures to alleviate the burden on vulnerable businesses and families.
Mother sues Meta and Snap over tween daughter’s suicide
An American mother alleges firms are to blame for the suicide of her 11-year-old daughter, who had an ‘extreme addiction’ to social media.
Kazakhstan unrest: 'If you protest again, we'll kill you'
The armed men in uniforms checked every ward, shouting that they were looking for people wounded in mass unrest that had left scores dead.
Franco Mulakkal: Hundreds write to Kerala nun who lost rape case against bishop
Letters of support have been pouring in for an Indian nun after a bishop she had accused of repeatedly raping her was cleared by a trial court last week.
Samsung pulls ad with drag queen after backlash
Samsung has pulled an ad showing a Muslim mother expressing support for her drag queen son, after backlash from some parts of the Muslim community.
Revealed: UK Gov't Plans Publicity Blitz to Undermine Privacy of Your Chats
The Home Office has hired a high-end ad agency to mobilize public opinion against encrypted communications - with plans that include some shockingly manipulative tactics
Meta eyes major expansion into new sector – reports
Tech giant apparently wants to allow users on Facebook and Instagram to buy and sell NFTs
Encryption: UK data watchdog criticises government campaign
A Home Office-backed campaign against the rollout of ultra-secure messaging apps by social media firms has been criticised by the UK data watchdog.
End-to-end encryption protects children, says UK information watchdog
Information commissioner defends role of privacy protections in face of government-backed campaign
Woman sentenced to death in Pakistan over ‘blasphemous’ WhatsApp activity
Aneeqa Ateeq says she was dragged her into a religious discussion so her accuser could take revenge
Prince Andrew quits social media
Queen Elizabeth II's second son Prince Andrew has deactivated his social media accounts, users said Wednesday, as he faces a US civil case for sexual assault.
An Italian showgirl, a US general, and the weaponization of sexual misconduct
Michela Morellato spent months getting flirty texts from the US military’s top man in Africa, before he was finally fired. The case showed how there’s a heavy price to pay for those who receive unwanted sexual advances.
Concern for UK security as anti-vaxxer groups evolve towards US-style militias
While more and more Western countries are adopting Chinese style state-control policies and forcing their public to get vaccinated again and again, with punishments and limitations of those who refuse to be vaccinated, the citizens of th...
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