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Algeria protests: how disinformation spread on social media

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Protests in Algeria have been ongoing since February Amidst months...

Tech-savvy stamp collectors energise an old hobby

Image copyright Anita Lo Image caption Anita's holidays are often interrupted by stamps Finding the local...

Police officers raise concerns about ‘biased’ AI data

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Officers expressed concern biases in the data used to train the tools...

Body scanners to screen London commuters for weapons

Image copyright Thruvision Image caption The scanners reveal hidden objects that block body heat Body scanners...

Data on almost every Ecuadorean citizen leaked

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The data appears to have been used to help target marketing ...

Online trolls: Why they abuse celebs and how to combat it

Image copyright Getty Images Celebrities should ignore and block online trolls so their abusive views aren't spread to other people,...

How bacteria could make fashion more eco-friendly

A new process to dye clothes using bacteria could bring environmental benefits. The secret is a bacterium called streptomyces coelicolor. The process uses much...

Casey Viner: Teenage US gamer jailed over deadly 911 hoax

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionListen to the horrifying 911 call that led to a man's death A...

The former soldier who aims to build a $50bn firm

Image copyright Hermione Image caption Shachar Bialick aims for Curve to become a $50bn to $60bn business ...

Instagram fact-check: Can a new flagging tool stop fake news?

Image copyright PA Media Image caption A number of partners had recently asked Facebook to extend its fact-checking...
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