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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Facebook sued by family of man whose killing was posted online

The family of Robert Godwin Sr., a Cleveland man whose killing was shared on Facebook video, has sued the platform for negligence...

The small studio trying to keep classic Japanese role-playing games alive

On June 16th, 2015, a new division within Japanese publishing giant Square Enix posted a short, handwritten message online. “The ‘good old...

Facebook should shut down Messenger Kids, child advocates say

After it launched with mixed reviews, more than 100 child development experts, health advocacy groups, educators, and parents have called on Facebook...

People with traumatic brain injury are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia even...

People with a traumatic brain injury are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia even 30 years later, according to a new...

The coolest music gadgets at NAMM 2018

Anaheim’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show featured plenty of traditional instruments, but as always, there was also a lot of...

Is it legal to swap someone’s face into porn without consent?

For victims of revenge porn and other explicit material shared without consent, legal remedies have arrived only within the last decade. But...

Facebook bans all ads for Bitcoin, ICOs, and other cryptocurrency

Facebook is banning all advertisements for cryptocurrency, including Bitcoin and initial coin offerings, as part of an “intentionally broad” policy against deceptive...

How one former Facebook executive thinks the company should fix itself

As a privacy and public policy adviser, Dipayan Ghosh once worked to improve Facebook from the inside. Now a fellow at the...

Amazon Wades Into Health Care With Berkshire, JPMorgan

Amazon is diving into health care, teaming up with Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and the New York bank JPMorgan Chase, to create a company...

Hawaii emergency worker behind false missile alert said he thought the state was really...

The emergency alert worker who sent a false ballistic missile alert to Hawaii residents told officials that he believed the state was...

Health

Atlanta hospital opens mobile ER to handle flu cases

As the flu epidemic overwhelms Georgia, one Atlanta hospital has set up a mobile unit to handle flu patients.Original Article
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