The UK government has prevented the University of Manchester licensing vision-sensing technology to a Chinese company, on national security grounds. Read more
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Amazon is taking legal action against the administrators of more than 10,000 Facebook groups, the BBC has learned. Read more
After a trip to the Delaware Supreme Court, the University of Delaware has until July 22 to prove that its vast collection of then-U.S. Senator Joe Biden’s papers are immune from a Freedom of Information Act request made by Judicial Watch and the Daily Caller News Foundation. Read more
President Xi Jinping has urged public bodies to "defend information security" after a hacker offered to sell stolen data of one billion Chinese citizens. Read more
Americans planning to celebrate the Fourth of July this holiday weekend should prepare to pay more for their cookouts. Read more
The rush for academic credentials is nothing new ahead of a Kenyan election. Candidates are challenged about the existence or validity of their university degrees, and controversy is common. Read more
The UK, some front pages claim, is heading into a 1970s-style summer of unrest, with strikes erupting across the public sector. It is the case that, as well as rail workers, other professions are considering industrial action, but plans vary and much of the disquiet has been building for some time: Read more
A small-town gas station and service shop near three college campuses in Amherst, Massachusetts, announced it will no longer sell gas since the price has become too high to charge. Read more
Ever hoped that one day a government body would develop a way for you to measure your self-worth and quantify your potential once and for all? Well, you’re in luck! Read more
Apple is planning a buy now pay later (BNPL) service as part of its new operating system, iOS 16. Read more