Instagram to use artificial intelligence to fight trolls 

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A button is being added to the app's settings under the Comments section, enabling users to turn on the comment blocker... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:25 Categories: Birmingham Mail

From Jeremy Kyle to The Chase there are loads of television shows just looking for contestants 

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Jeremy Kyle, Love Island, Bear Grylls' The Island, Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, or The Chase could be for you!... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:24 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho reacts to Nemanja Matic transfer news 

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Man Utd transfer news includes Jose Mourinho talking about Nemanja Matic after the pre-season fixture victory vs Valerenga.... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:22 Categories: Manchester Evening News

UK 'strips 150 jihadis and other criminals of citizenship' 

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31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:21 Categories: Evening Standard

Court Says Politicians Can't Block Critics on Social Media 

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On Thursday, a Virginia district court judge ruled a politician had committed "a cardinal sin under the First Amendment" by blocking a constituent on social media. That politician was not Donald Trump-but the decision could inform the outcome of a similar suit targeting the President's behavior on Twitter. The Virginia decision, thoroughly excerpted here by the Washington Post's Eugene Volokh, centers on Phyllis Randall, the Chairwoman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. Plaintiff Brian Davison sued Randall for temporarily banning him from her Facebook page when he made critical comments. Get Data Sheet, Fortune's technology newsletter. Though Randall argued that the page was personal, Judge James Cacheris ruled that she was using the account as a public official, for instance by soliciting comments from voters. Cacheris characterized Randall's blocking of Davison, even temporarily, as "the suppression of critical commentary regarding elected officials." However, Cacheris also cautioned against overbroad interpretations of his decision, saying that officials do retain rights to moderate comments or responses online, for instance if posts are off-topic. And no penalty was imposed on Randall for her actions. Still, the decision may bode well for a pending case brought against President Donald Trump on behalf of Americans he has blocked on Twitter. That case is being spearheaded by Columbia University's Knight First Amendment Institute, which described the Virginia decision as providing "a roadmap" of how Trump's Twitter behavior violates the First Amendment. This article was originally published on FORTUNE.com... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:19 Categories: Fortune

The 13-step digital declutter 

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Running out of storage, overwhelmed by spam or worried about your privacy? These tips will help you clean up your online act... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:17 Categories: The Guardian

Defcon hackers find it's very easy to break voting machines 

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Voting is at the foundation of every democracy. Hackers find it's on shaky ground thanks to shoddy technology.... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:15 Categories: CNET

5 ways to stop your phone addiction, according to research 

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Phones aren't drugs. So why do we get addicted? Because addiction is not about pleasure.... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:13 Categories: Time

Nashville mayor's son dies from apparent overdose 

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Max Barry, the only child of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry and husband Bruce Barry, died overnight from an apparent drug overdose, the mayor's office announced on Sunday morning. ... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:11 Categories: USA TODAY

UK trade secretary denies deal on free movement after Brexit 

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U.K. Trade Secretary Liam Fox dismissed claims that British ministers have agreed to allow the free movement of people for as long as three years after leaving the European Union, exposing fresh rifts in the government's Brexit strategy.... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 1:04:09 Categories: Bloomberg

Model ?Cara Delevingne could be the next James Bond girl 

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MGM executives have been impressed by her performances in Luc Besson's Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:34:04 Categories: Birmingham Mail

How One Love Manchester beat General Election for viewing numbers 

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It beat audience numbers for the first hours of the big UK vote coverage four days later, which was requested by 1,314,000 people... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:34:03 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Former Great British Bake Off presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins to revive The Generation Game 

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Due to air on BBC One, the programme will include many features familiar to fans of previous series... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:34:01 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Jennifer Ellison is unrecognisable as she flaunts weight loss 

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She posted two photographs - one before and one after her weight loss... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:34:00 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Nose and throat bacteria may be key to battling childhood infections 

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Scientists have found that babies prone to colds and chest infections have variations in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Director confirmed for forthcoming JRR Tolkien biopic 

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Helsinki Filmi CEO Annika Sucksdorff confirmed that 40-year-old Karukoski would direct the film about the formative years of British writer Tolkien's life... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:56 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Wolves transfers: All you need to know about Molineux-bound Leo Bonatini 

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The 23-year-old forward is set to sign for WWFC... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:55 Categories: Birmingham Mail

40 ways you could be breaking the law without realising 

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Ever sung Happy Birthday in a restaurant? Might want to think again...... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:53 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Mum describes her life living in fear in Syria with 'terror twins' who fled Chorlton 

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Once in the war-ravaged country the pair married Islamic State fighters and Salma is known to have given birth to a boy... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:52 Categories: Manchester Evening News

'We still stand together': Prince William moving words as Royals mark 100 years since Battle of Passchendaele began 

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have led official commemorations marking the 100th anniversary since the Battle of Passchendaele began. Prince William spoke at the Menin Gate monument in Ypres, Belgium, as the daily Last Post was played ahead of Monday's centenary of the start of the bloody First World War British assault. Prime Minister Theresa May and Philippe and Mathilde, the King and Queen of the Belgians, were also in attendance. William said Britain and Belgium "stand together" to remember those killed during weeks of heavy fighting in the summer and autumn of 1917. Britain's Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge makes a speech during the Last Post ceremony (REUTERS) The offensive, which comprised eight battles over three months, saw more than half a million Allied and German casualties. Watched by some 200 descendants of those who fought, he said: "Today, the Menin Gate records almost 54,000 names of the men who did not return home; the missing with no known grave. Queen Mathilde of Belgium and King Philippe of Belgium arrive (EPA) "Members of our families; our regiments; our nations; all sacrificed everything for the lives we live today." He added: "During the First World War Britain and Belgium stood shoulder to shoulder. Prime Minister Theresa May at the ceremony (EPA) "One hundred years on, we still stand together, gathering as so many do every night, in remembrance of that sacrifice." Sunday's poignant Last Post was the 30,752nd time it has been played since 1928. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge arrive (EPA) The towering Menin Gate in the Belgian town is covered with the names of 54,391 British dead who have no known grave, according to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. In just over three months of conflict there were more than half a million casualties - 325,000 Allied soldiers and 260,000 to 400,000 Germans - in the Belgian battlefields. William and Kate are met by an official (REUTERS) It was fought between July 31 and November 10 1917 in battlefields that were summed up in poet Siegfried Sassoon's line "I died in hell, they called it Passchendaele". Those who fought there included Harry Patch, the "Last Tommy" who died aged 111 in 2009. Queen Mathilde of Belgium and King Philippe of Belgium (EPA) Kate, dressed in a cream Alexander McQueen dress, stood between William, who wore a blue suit with medals, and a more sombrely dressed Prime Minister Theresa May. They watched as thousands of paper poppy petals, one for every name on the Menin Gate, fluttered to earth from the roof above the gathered crowd. Four thousand people were chosen by a ballot to attend events in Ypres on Sunday and the larger event centred on nearby Tyne Cot military cemetery on Monday.... read more
 
31. heinäkuuta 2017 0:33:50 Categories: Evening Standard
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