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25 Feb 1:17pm Etika mural becomes Pokemon Go spot in tribute to YouTuber
BBC
A New York City mural to deceased YouTuber Etika becomes a point of interest in video game Pokemon Go.
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25 Feb 11:33am Mac Pro: Apple reveals new details about expensive, professional computer and display
The Independent
New documents reveal specs, performance and other details about powerful new computer
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25 Feb 11:09am Nest security cameras go offline after failed software update
The Independent
Google-owned company apologises and says it will avoid such issues happening again
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25 Feb 10:14am California bill aims to legalise human composting as climate-friendly option
The Independent
Process breaks a body down into soil using wood chips, alfalfa and straw
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25 Feb 8:24am TikTok ban extends to TSA employees amid Chinese spying fears
The Independent
Both the US Army and US Navy have already blocked use of the China-owned video app
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25 Feb 6:43am Pentagon prepares to accelerate use of AI in war by adopting 'ethical principles'
The Independent
New principles lay foundation for 'deployment and the use of AI by the Department of Defense'
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25 Feb 4:31am Reddit's 'No Sleep' forum goes dark in protest against copyright infringement
The Independent
Administrators hope week of silence will be used to better understand authors' rights
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25 Feb 2:00am Apple may be forced to disclose censorship requests from China
The Guardian
Two major shareholder groups backed proposal that would force tech company to make new human rights commitments Apple could be forced to disclose details of censorship requests from China and other nations after two major shareholder groups backed a proposal that would force the tech firm to make new human rights commitments. The motion, set to be voted on by the company’s investors on Wednesday, was prompted by numerous allegations of Apple kowtowing to Beijing and blocking apps from being used by Chinese customers.
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24 Feb 7:54pm What happens when the internet vanishes?
BBC
During a troublesome protest or tricky election, some countries just cut the online cord.
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