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23 days ago
Lovers don’t buy diamonds the way they once did
Lovers don’t buy diamonds the way they once did
International

A diamond is no longer forever - it's until you get sick of it, list it for sale online and then buy another one.

24 days ago
Big questions for Big Data after US poll
Big questions for Big Data after US poll
International

Donald Trump's election triumph has prompted many people to question not just political polling, but other facets of life ...

27 days ago
Privacy probe: Facebook pauses use of WhatsApp data
Privacy probe: Facebook pauses use of WhatsApp data
International

Facebook agrees to suspend its planned use of data from UK users of its WhatsApp messaging service for advertising purposes.

31 days ago
Facebook bars snooping insurance company
Facebook bars snooping insurance company
Industry news

Facebook blocks plans by insurance company to use young people's profiles to check whether they might be risky drivers.

33 days ago
Five fake web rumours about US elections
Five fake web rumours about US elections
Scitech News

With a week to go until the US elections, here are five unsubstantiated rumours floating around the internet.

35 days ago
Content removal: Facebook asked to clarify policies
Content removal: Facebook asked to clarify policies
International

Facebook's content policies have come under international scrutiny amid several controversial takedowns and reversals.

36 days ago
Watch that toaster – cyber drones are coming
Watch that toaster – cyber drones are coming
International

More than $970 billion is expected to be spent on Internet of Things devices next year, according to data from Bloomberg Intelligence and IDC.

38 days ago
Facebook executives feel the heat of content controversies
Facebook executives feel the heat of content controversies
International

After Facebook's removal of an iconic Vietnam war photo stirred an international uproar last month, the social network's ...

38 days ago
You can’t stop Facebook using your data
You can’t stop Facebook using your data
Companies

Facebook's software knows your face almost as well as your mother does.