IS teenage bride Begum gives birth

March 18, 2019

“It’s shaped me stronger, tougher. I married my husband. I wouldn’t help find someone like him back in the UK.” She continued: “I had my kids, I did have a good time there. “It’s merely that then things got harder and I couldn’t take it anymore.” IS teen’s return to UK ‘could be prevented’ What can the UK do about the IS teenager ? Trump tells allies to take back…

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The constant influence of dark ads

March 13, 2019

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHow to find out which groups are behind Brexit ads on Facebook Over the past three months, Britain’s Future, a pro-Brexit group, has invested more on political advertising on Facebook than anyone – more even than the People’s Vote. So last week I called a prominent figure in the Brexit camp about it. Did he know Tim Dawson, the only person publicly…

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‘Get rich quick’ belief of crypto investors

March 12, 2019

Despite the publicity, very few people actually throw their fund into this kind of unregulated investment, in accordance with the Financial Conduct Authority’s research. Its findings shown 😛 TAGEND Simply 3% of those asked in the FCA’s survey had ever bought cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin Those who do buy cryptocurrency tend to expend less than PS200 Just one in 100 people who have not done so said they would in…

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MPs give Big Tech a hammering

February 21, 2019

Facebook violations Select committee sessions used to be more genteel liaisons, with civility and good manners to the fore. The incursion of television cameras, and the collapse of many other traditional forms of democratic scrutiny( including the repudiation of many legislators to do sit-down interviews on Tv) have changed all that, rendering them spice and influence they previously lacked. This inquiry get testy at times – especially because of the…

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Regulate Facebook now, say UK MPs

February 20, 2019

The inquiry into fake report, which lasted more than a year, was conducted by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, with much of the evidence be concentrated on the business practices of Facebook before and after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. What will the DCMS report achieve ? What is fake news and are you able determine it ? Facebook utilizes UK fact-checkers to combat fake news a compulsory code…

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Family of pregnant IS teen plead for return

February 18, 2019

The teenager was observed last week in a Syrian refugee camp by a reporter from the Times and on Wednesday told how she had fleeing from Baghuz – I’Ss last-place stronghold in eastern Syria. In the second instalment of her interview with the Times on Saturday, Ms Begum questioned: “What do you think will happen to my child? “Because I don’t want it to be taken away from me, or…

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21 questions about 21 Savage

February 17, 2019

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Cardi B, Drake, Post Malone( l-r) are along the people 21 Barbarian has worked with If you’re not one of the 8.8 million people( at day of writing) who watched the video for A Lot, his latest single which is a collaboration with J Cole, in the first 48 hours of it being online, you might know 21 Savage better for his poem on…

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Online news sites ‘should be regulated’

February 15, 2019

Last local paper closes, so ring MP for news Amol Rajan’s media predictions for 2019 An investigate of the market wallop of BBC News, being implemented by broadcasting regulator Ofcom Expanding financial support for neighbourhood report by extending the BBC’s Local Democracy Reporting Service An investigation of the online publicizing marketplace, undertaken by the Competition and Markets Authority, to ensure fair competition Image caption The Barnsley Chronicle goes to press…

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‘Love Island generation’ skin cancer fear

February 13, 2019

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionKarl Dinis, from Cardiff, has been injecting himself with Melanotan 2 for 10 times and says he adoration the suntan it imparts him. The “Love Island generation” are risking their health by going to see extreme lengths to achieve a perfect suntan, relevant experts has said. Blacking out and vomiting after administering illegal drugs and having them sent from China disguised as…

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Bank staff saving elderly from scams

February 10, 2019

Staff noticed the customer was agitated and quietly questioned some more questions in a private chamber. It emerged that the health risks victim had believed they needed to pay an urgent levy invoice or be fined PS50, 000 or sent to jail. The fraudster had called claiming to be an “agent” from HM Revenue and Customs( HMRC) and even indicated the main victims establish deposits to Bitcoin machines located in…

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Boy George: The things I’ve learned

February 8, 2019

“Everyone’s searching in the mirror, ” he observes. “Boys in their underwear, girls sulking, people with surgery faces. They’re all promoting themselves. Pop culture is insane right now.” ‘Less uptight’ A lot of people stirred the same statement when George firstly appeared on Top of the Pops in 1982, heavily made up with lily-white ribbons tied through his mane, blurring gender pipelines in an epoch when most LGBT pop superstars…

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Two British soldiers injured in Syria

February 4, 2019

Why is there a war in Syria? Trump slows down Syria troop withdrawal Theresa May says action in Syria ‘moral and legal’ In December, US President Donald Trump announced he was withdrawing troops from Syria and claimed the IS group had been “defeated”. His decision to withdraw troops was met with surprise and strong criticism. The UK government distanced itself from the president’s comments, saying “much remains to be done”….

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Daily Mail demands browser warning U-turn

January 29, 2019

“We have only very recently become aware of the NewsGuard start-up and are in discussions with them to have this egregiously erroneous classification resolved as soon as possible,” said a spokesman for Mail Online. At present, NewsGuard must be switched on by users of Microsoft’s Edge app, but the BBC understands there are plans for it to become the default option in the future. The New York-based service – which…

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Martin Lewis drops Facebook legal action

January 24, 2019

It will include work to develop tools to help the public recognize such fraudulent activity. Facebook’s investment will be made over a three-year date and consist of PS2. 5m in money and a further PS500, 000 merit of advertise credit. “The amount being donated to set up the Citizens Advice swindles activity project is far above anything I could’ve won had I succeeded in a court, ” Mr Lewis said…

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