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Google now plays 'Good Censor' for civility's sake, leaked internal briefing confirms

Internal research commissioned by Google confirms Orwellian-scale censorship powers enjoyed by tech giants. It says free speech is a “utopian idea,” and creating “ordered spaces for safety and civility” is Google’s new mission. The name of the briefing, leaked to Breitbart, says it all. ‘The Good Censor,’ prepared by a host of prominent industry researchers and “cultural leaders,” states that ...

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When Your Cat Plays With Chickens

When Your Cat Plays With Chickens – Pook Your cat might needs time to relax in your garden or your kitchen, but more important for your pet is to find somewhere quiet to maximise is chance to relax for the whole day. When your cat achieve is maximum time by relaxing he will have more time to have fun with ...

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Cold War nostalgia? MSNBC plays clip from Reagan’s ‘Evil Empire’ speech in warning to Trump

Producers at MSNBC’s Morning Joe show must have been feeling nostalgic this morning when they aired a minute-long excerpt from Ronald Reagan’s infamous ‘Evil Empire’ speech about the Soviet Union. Co-host Willie Geist introduced the clip as a warning to US President Donald Trump whose cordial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday set off a wave ...

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Musical surgery: Flutist plays Bach & Mozart as doctors cut out her brain tumor

Surgery to remove a brain tumor is terrifying at best, but one patient decided to make the process a little more bearable, by playing the flute during the operation, providing surgeons with a recital in the most unusual of places. Sofia Pinaeva, 28, underwent the surgery at University Hospital in Graz, Austria. She opted to stay awake for the surgery; ...

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Facebook’s policy on white supremacy plays right into a racist agenda

In an ongoing series over at Motherboard, we’re learning quite a bit about how Facebook polices hate speech and hate organizations on its platform. Historically, the company has been far less than transparent about its often inconsistent censorship practices, even as white supremacist content — and plenty of other forms of hate targeted at marginalized groups — runs rampant on ...

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'Everybody plays games' Trump talks ‘peace & prosperity’ with N. Korea, hints summit may happen

Less than 24 hours after canceling the much-anticipated summit with Kim Jong-un and getting back to who has more “massive” nukes talk, Donald Trump took a U-turn and tweeted about peace and prosperity for North Korea. Trump was apparently touched by the new statement from North Korean Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan, who said that Pyongyang was “still willing to ...

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Tugging at heartstrings: 5yo girl born with one hand plays violin thanks to 3D-printing (VIDEO)

A Florida girl born without a left hand has been granted the gift of music after an engineering student created a 3D-printed prosthetic to help her learn to play the violin. Five-year-old Neriah Rhodes has just two inches of her left arm below the elbow but has always dreamed of being able to play the instrument, according to KLTV. A ...

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'Skripal case plays amazingly into Britain’s campaign to isolate Russia'

Britain has been trying to wage a campaign of isolation against Russia for years, and 28 countries expelling Russian diplomats played amazingly into these efforts, says independent political analyst Dan Glazebrook. At an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council on Thursday, Russia said that Britain was playing with fire by accusing Moscow of poisoning of former double agent Sergey ...

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Comparing Apple, Google and Microsoft’s education plays

Today’s Apple event in Chicago was about more than just showing off new hardware and software in the classroom — the company was reasserting itself as a major player in education. The category has long been a lynchpin in Apple’s strategy — something that Steve Jobs held near and dear. Any ’80s kid will tell you that Apple was a ...

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Comparing Apple, Google and Microsoft’s education plays

Today’s Apple event in Chicago was about more than just showing off new hardware and software in the classroom — the company was reasserting itself as a major player in education. The category has long been a lynchpin in Apple’s strategy — something that Steve Jobs held near and dear. Any ’80s kid will tell you that Apple was a ...

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