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The Robot Revolution Is Happening-Like It or Not
Nearly every company across every industry is looking for new ways to minimize human contact, cut costs and address the labor crunch in repetitive and dangerous jobs.
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Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation allowing ministers to break international law PASSES final stage in the Commons by 340 votes to 256
The Internal Market Bill tonight cleared its final stage in the House of Commons . It allows ministers to override parts of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement . The Bill sailed thr...
The Biden Campaign Slammed Facebook For Refusing To Take Down Misleading Trump Posts
“Rather than seeing progress, we have seen regression,” Biden's campaign manager wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
They know it’s a spyware: UK’s Police told not to download NHS Covid-19 app
The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) has confirmed officers are being told not to install the NHS Covid-19 app on their work smartphones.
Barrister mistaken for defendant three times calls for anti-racism training
A barrister has called for the introduction of anti-racism training in the legal profession after being mistaken for a defendant three times in one day.
Ant Bank Launches Virtual Lender in Hong Kong
Ant Bank, the virtual banking arm of Ant Group, has launched its operations in Hong Kong on Monday, becoming the sixth branchless bank in the Chinese special administrative region.
Ant Group Debuts Virtual Bank In Hong Kong
Ant Bank, the virtual banking division of Hangzhou, China-based Ant Group, has launched banking services in Hong Kong, Fintech News reported.
We need to rethink social media before it's too late. We've accepted a Faustian bargain
A business model that alters the way we think, act, and live our lives has us heading toward dystopia
Shirking from home? Staff feel the heat as bosses ramp up remote surveillance
As management seeks more oversight of workers away from the office, campaigners fight for privacy to be respected
TikTok, WeChat Security Threat Has Yet to Be Proven, Judges Say
Two federal judges have ruled this month that the Trump administration failed to prove Chinese-owned apps used by millions of Americans pose enough of a national security threat...
UK’s Sunday shows round-up: Steve Baker says liberty ‘dies like this’ over Coronavirus Act
Steve Baker - Liberty 'dies like this' with 'draconian powers' unchecked
Amazon unveils flying Ring security drone and Luna games service
Amazon's smart home security division Ring has unveiled a flying camera that launches if sensors detect a potential home break-in.
'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'
Chandler Guo was a pioneer in cryptocurrency, the digital currencies that can be created and used independently of national central banks and governments.
Can democracies stand up to Facebook? Ireland may have the answer
Liberal democracies struggle to tackle the might of the tech giants when it comes to protecting users’ data
BVI governor invities British navy to secure borders, overrides premier
The governor of the British Virgin Islands, Augustus Jaspert has invited the British Royal Navy vessel HMS Medway to help secure the borders of the territory.
High-paying freelance jobs where you can earn $80,000 or more during the pandemic
There are many freelance jobs in America that let you earn $80,000 in annual income or more during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
UK to become WHO's largest state donor with 30% funding increase
Boris Johnson to call for more powers for health body in coronavirus fight as Trump pulls out
We lost the Brexit fight – now we must listen to voters, Ed Davey urges Lib Dems
New leader says party must rebuild, amid calls from some members to back rejoining EU
Bank of England policymaker defends negative rates
A Bank of England (BoE) policymaker has defended the potential use of negative interest rates, which could take the cost of borrowing below zero.
Blaming China’s investments for Barbados ditching Queen is Sinophobia. What stopped UK from developing its former colony?
The decision by Barbados to axe the British monarch as titular head of state has unleashed anti-China paranoia claiming malign influence from Beijing. This is the poverty of Col...
Chinese investors, beware: EU targets ‘golden visas’
Such passports, which some nations issue in return for investments, are popular because they effectively give freedom of movement among all EU member states.
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