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Is it OK to use Uber now that Travis Kalanick has resigned? 28 Jun 2017, 3:54pm Is it OK to use Uber now that Travis Kalanick has resigned?
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Personally, I wouldn’t. But the question is a much bigger one: how do we take responsibility for our role in the exploitive gig economy?
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Now that Travis Kalanick has resigned, is it OK to use Uber? 28 Jun 2017, 2:33pm Updated Now that Travis Kalanick has resigned, is it OK to use Uber?
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Personally, I wouldn’t. But the question is a much bigger one: how do we take responsibility for our role in the exploitive gig economy?
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Canada judges can require Google to pull results globally, supreme court rules 28 Jun 2017, 12:39pm Canada judges can require Google to pull results globally, supreme court rules
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Decision says country’s courts are able to operate ‘the way Google operates – globally’, but civil liberties advocates warn of censorship online Canadian courts can force
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Flawed reporting about WhatsApp | Open door | Paul Chadwick 28 Jun 2017, 9:06am Flawed reporting about WhatsApp | Open door | Paul Chadwick
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Cumulative effect of missteps led the Guardian to overstate the potential impact on the security of users’ messaging The Guardian was wrong to report last January that the popular messaging service WhatsApp had a security flaw so serious that it was a huge threat to freedom of speech.
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Call of Duty: WWII – how an indie classic inspired the latest game 28 Jun 2017, 7:00am Call of Duty: WWII – how an indie classic inspired the latest game
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While the latest CoD takes the action back to its roots, its developers drew inspiration from Journey and some other unlikely sources There are certain places you’d expect the developers of a well-known military shooter to look for inspiration. Previous titles in the series, war movies, other shooters … that’s more-or-less it. What you perhaps don’t expect is for the team behind the latest Call of Duty title to count among their influences an elegiac cooperative indie game about the meaning of life. You don’t expect them to play Journey. But according to Michael Condrey, co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, the San Francisco studio behind Call of Duty: WWII, that’s exactly what they did.
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The iPhone at 10: share your stories and memories 28 Jun 2017, 6:57am The iPhone at 10: share your stories and memories
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Apple’s iPhone is turning 10, and we want to know if the smartphone has changed your life – and if so, whether it’s been for the better “A widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet communications device.” That’s how Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, which was released 10 years ago this Thursday. A revolutionary concept on release, smartphones are now so ubiquitous you’re probably reading this article on one.
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Petya ransomware attack: what is it and how can it be stopped? 28 Jun 2017, 2:17am Petya ransomware attack: what is it and how can it be stopped?
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Companies have been crippled by an attack dubbed ‘Petya’, the second major ransomware crime in two months.
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Microsoft Surface Pro review: very nearly almost the future of Windows PCs 28 Jun 2017, 2:00am Microsoft Surface Pro review: very nearly almost the future of Windows PCs
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Though held back by the lack of USB-C and barely acceptable battery life, the expensive Surface Pro is the finest example of the tablet-laptop hybrid Microsoft’s vision of the future of a Windows 10 PC comes in the form of the new Surface Pro.
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Petya cyber-attack: Cadbury factory the first Australian business hit by ransomware 27 Jun 2017, 10:55pm Petya cyber-attack: Cadbury factory the first Australian business hit by ransomware
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Union says production halted after computers stopped working at factory owned by Spanish food company Mondelez Production at Cadbury’s chocolate factory in Hobart has stopped after its parent company found itself engulfed in
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Petya cyber attack: Cadbury factory the first Australian business hit by ransomware 27 Jun 2017, 9:59pm Petya cyber attack: Cadbury factory the first Australian business hit by ransomware
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Union says production halted after computers stopped working at the factory, which is owned by Spanish food company Mondelez Production at Cadbury’s chocolate factory in Hobart has stopped after its parent company found itself engulfed in the ransomware cyberattack that has spread through the US and Europe. The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union’s Tasmanian secretary, John Short, said production stopped about 9.30pm on Tuesday after computers stopped working at the factory, which is owned by the Spanish food company Mondelez.
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What is the Petya ransomware attack, and how can it be stopped? 27 Jun 2017, 8:24pm What is the Petya ransomware attack, and how can it be stopped?
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Companies have been crippled by an attack dubbed ‘Petya’, the second major ransomware crime in two months.
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