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The case for a President Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden
The 3 cases for the leading Democratic candidates in the 2020 election
Here are all the things that could go wrong in 2020, according to Nouriel Roubini
A number of potential disruptive ‘white swans’ can be seen on the horizon. Any of them could trigger severe economic, financial, political, and geopolitical.
Deepfake technology will make you question what's real
As the United States enters a presidential election year, experts have named deepfakes as one of the biggest cybersecurity risks of 2020. Deepfakes, which are fake videos and images created using computers and machine learning, can be ma...
5 Female Chefs In The Caribbean Who Are Changing The Way We Look At Food
Women have long ruled the kitchens of the Caribbean, but sadly the restaurants of the region do not depict this norm. Surveys have revealed anywhere between 7 percent and 20 percent female representation within the global restaurant sect...
Politics, porn and toxic world of deepfake
Deepfakes are videos produced through the use of artificial intelligence. Melding images and sound, using things like face grafts, body transfers or voice imitations, they make people appear to say things they never said and do things th...
Your private WhatsApp group chats could be a Google Search away from being compromised
The "Invite to Group via Link" feature allows groups to be indexed by Google and they are generally available across the internet. With some wildcard search terms you can easily find some… interesting… groups. All it takes is a simple Go...
Violent men are to blame, not Tinder. But online dating comes with risk
After the horrific murder of Grace Millane, it’s worth reflecting on safety measures for dating
South Korea working on blockchain-based bonds
Meanwhile, tech giant Samsung says its new smartphones offer improved blockchain and cryptocurrency support
Leavism: the troubling truth behind the trend to keep working while on holiday
Overworked employees are using their annual leave to catch up on tasks they should have left behind at the office. And it isn’t just precarity and smartphones to blame
How the U.S. Government Obtains and Uses Cellphone Location Data
The U.S. government is using app-generated marketing data based on the movements of millions of cellphones around the country for some forms of law enforcement. We explain how such data is being gathered and sold.
False rumours on coronavirus could cost lives, say researchers
Study finds people who believe online scare stories are more likely to ignore health advice
Sorry, meat lovers: new research confirms health risks, contradicting optimistic 2019 report
New study examined whether meat eaters are more likely to get sick and die, whereas previous one reviewed existing research for evidence of meat-eating’s risks. A significant relationship exists between illness and death and people’s die...
At least 138 people deported from the US to El Salvador have been killed since returning, report finds
Shocking figures also confirm at least 70 cases of sexual assault or other violence following their arrival in the country. The number of Salvadorans seeking asylum in the United States grew by nearly 1,000 per cent between 2012 and 2017
What I learned talking to 120 women about their sex lives and desires
I spoke with widows, newlyweds, monogamists, secret liaison seekers, submissives and polyamorists and found there was no such thing as desire too high or low
Ideas what to do as soon as you decide to retiered at the right age and not when it's too late to enjoy life
Porn survey reveals extent of UK teenagers' viewing habits
Parents are in denial or largely unaware of what their children view online
Gawker’s nemesis is working on a social network offering access to the rich
A proposed new social network is hoping to entice millions of people to pay to get close to superstars of technology, business, and academia. The nascent site, called Column, already has major connections, per the deck: it involves the m...
Most children own mobile phone by age of seven, study finds
Devices ‘dominate children’s lives’ as 39% say they could not live without their phone
Is Beauty Culture Hurting Us?
The internet has transformed beauty culture from an exclusive domain of models and magazines to the broad, accessible world of social media. In recent years, research shows that more and more women are saying that they feel beautiful. Bu...
What data your smartphone is transmitting -- and to whom
Our relationship with technology is more integrated into our daily lives than ever. In 2010, just over a third of American adults owned a smartphone; now the figure is more than 80 percent. But our comfort with technology - and the priva...
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