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Covid: Care homes want more insurance help over virus
Owners say homes could face closure if they are not given the same protection from claims as the NHS.
[BBC News UK]

Furious parents slam school board members for 'vile' sexual tweets
A primary school board member has been slammed by furious parents over a slew of offensive tweets - including one where she bragged about hitting her "sexual peak" and wanting someone to bring her "an 18-year-old boy".Kate (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Canada federal election: Canadians want reconciliation. Will the election deliver?
The issue that seized Canadians for much of the summer has mostly been absent on the campaign trail.
[BBC News Americas]

German election: Hunger strikers want greater action on climate change
Six young people say they won't end their hunger strike until the leading candidates meet them.
[BBC News Europe]

Ready. Set. Goals! Rally the Squad with New Creator Goals
As a creator, it's always helpful to call your shot. Clearly communicating your intention to reach a follower or sub goal is the first step towards both achieving that goal and building a community along the way. But you don't want to be repeating yourself over and over every stream. So, how do (...)
[WebWire Computer gaming]

Twitter to label 'good' bot accounts
Twitter wants "good" bot accounts to label themselves as non-human.
[BBC]

Twitter to label 'good' bot accounts
Twitter wants "good" bot accounts to label themselves as non-human.
[BBC News]

Asking People for Their Birthdays
We've been clear that we want to do more to create safer, more private experiences for young people. To do that we need to know how old everybody is on Instagram, so we've started asking people to share their birthday with us if they haven't shared it previously. This information allows us to (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Asking People for Their Birthdays
We've been clear that we want to do more to create safer, more private experiences for young people. To do that we need to know how old everybody is on Instagram, so we've started asking people to share their birthday with us if they haven't shared it previously. This information allows us to (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Zoom announces hybrid return to workplace
Only 1% of employees at the firm want to return to the office full-time, the video calls firm says.
[BBC]

Zoom announces hybrid return to workplace
Only 1% of employees at the firm want to return to the office full-time, the video calls firm says.
[BBC News]

Opening a path toward quantum computing in real-world conditions
The quantum computing market is projected to reach $65 billion by 2030, a hot topic for investors and scientists alike because of its potential to solve incomprehensibly complex problems. Drug discovery is one example. To understand drug interactions, a pharmaceutical company might want to (...)
[Science daily]

Facebook moves to protect Afghan users' accounts amid Taliban takeover
The tech giant says it wants to reassure people worried about being tracked down by the Taliban.
[BBC]

Facebook moves to protect Afghan users' accounts amid Taliban takeover
The tech giant says it wants to reassure people worried about being tracked down by the Taliban.
[BBC News]

Facebook moves to protect Afghan users' accounts amid Taliban takeover
The tech giant says it wants to reassure people worried about being tracked down by the Taliban.
[BBC]

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