New drone owners urged to read the rules before first flight

New drone owners have been warned about the risks of flying the devices as soon as they unwrap them this Christmas. Police and aviation authorities urged users to read up […]

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Stay and be safe: Facebook tidies up advice on preventing online bullying

It is widely held that people are meaner on the internet than in person. Now Facebook is attempting to teach its users how to play nice. Its newly updated safety […]

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Wave of cybersecurity breaches is no surprise to expert exposing online crime

Brian Krebs does not use heroin, but sometimes people send it to him anyway. The 43-year-old Alabama native writes Krebs on Security, a one-man operation focused on digital crime. His […]

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Largest US police union asks Amazon to pull ‘offensive’ Black Lives Matter shirt

The biggest US police union is pressing Amazon to follow Walmart and remove from third-party sale a shirt that seeks profit in relation to the Black Lives Matter protest movement. […]

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What does your router name say about you?

What you choose to call your wireless network can say a lot about you. If you’re the attendee of an “alt-right” event at Texas A&M University who decided to promote […]

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Hull’s Siemens factory produces first batch of wind turbine blades

A new £310m factory in Hull that makes wind turbine blades has been hailed by ministers as proof that manufacturing has a “glittering” future in the UK. The first batch […]

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Nestlé says it can slash sugar in chocolate without changing taste

Nestlé says it has found a way of slashing the amount of sugar in some of its chocolate bars by 40%, without compromising the taste. The Swiss food company, whose […]

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Revealed: Coutts managed tax haven firms for controversial clients

Coutts, the taxpayer-owned bank, provided offshore services to controversial clients including a member of the Brunei royal family accused of stealing billions from his own country, and a banker charged […]

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