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8h Emmanuel Macron ‘pushes for Israeli inquiry’ into NSO spyware concerns
The Guardian
French president reportedly spoke to Naftali Bennett to ensure ‘proper investigation’ after Pegasus project
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9h Cryptocurrencies could lead to ‘limitless’ losses for UK government
The Guardian
Experts warn of danger of untraceable funds if companies accepting payments in cryptos go bust The government could face “limitless” losses as a result of businesses that accept payments in untaxed and untraceable cryptocurrencies going bust, an insolvency expert has warned. A growing number of companies, including the ethical cosmetics firm Lush and office-sharing firm WeWork, have begun taking payments for goods and services in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, alongside debt, credit or cash.
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12h Jeanette Winterson: ‘The male push is to discard the planet: all the boys are going off into space’
The Guardian
The writer’s new essay collection covers 200 years of women and science, from Mary Shelley to AI. She discusses burning books and the ensuing Twitter storm, the end of her marriage, and why a move into politics could be next There’s a disconcerting silence outside
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26h 2021 iPhone photography awards – in pictures
The Guardian
The 14th annual iPhone photography awards offer glimpses of beauty, hope and the endurance of the human spirit. Out of thousands of submissions, photojournalist Istvan Kerekes of Hungary was named the grand prize winner for his image Transylvanian Shepherds. In it, two rugged shepherds traverse an equally rugged industrial landscape, bearing a pair of lambs in their arms.
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29h Updated Printer ink more expensive than champagne, watchdog finds
The Independent
Third-party ink could be up to 286 per cent cheaper than own-brand ink, the watchdog found
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37h Sucks to be him! How Henry the vacuum cleaner became an accidental design icon
The Guardian
Henry is a fixture in millions of homes – including 10 Downing Street – despite almost no advertising. Meet the man behind a curiously British success story In March this year, photos of the government’s glitzy new briefing room, where Boris Johnson’s new media chief was set to host daily press conferences,
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38h Smart security: how to keep your home safe while you’re away
The Guardian
Tech options to deter would-be intruders, and let you monitor your house from anywhere With the prospect of trips out and holidays finally on the cards, over the next few weeks many of us will be leaving our houses unattended for the first time in months. So now is the time to think about making your home a bit more secure. In addition to the basics, there is a range of DIY tech that may help to deter would-be intruders and allow you to keep an eye on your home from almost anywhere in the world.
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