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Tuesday November 12, 2019


Where plastic outnumbers fish by seven to one
Plastic is building up in the areas of the ocean where fish feed and grow, according to research.

General election 2019: 'Cyber-attack' on Labour Party digital platforms
The party says the DDoS attack against its systems failed, but an online campaign tool was disrupted.

Slow websites to be labelled by Chrome browser
Users could get warnings about web pages that are poorly designed and take time to show up.

Project Nightingale: Google accesses trove of US patient data
The tech giant has struck a deal with huge US health firm Ascension, giving it access to the records.

'I woke up to thousands of messages from Malaysia'
Why a Malaysian exam question thrust the spotlight on London-based paraglider Laura Melissa Williams.

Some people 'genetically wired' to avoid some vegetables
An inherited gene makes certain healthy foods taste exceptionally bitter and unpleasant, according to researchers.

The fake video where Johnson and Corbyn endorse each other
A "deepfake" video has been made where the PM and Labour leader endorse one another in the election.

Brexit 'puts brakes on UK launch of e-scooters'
Voi Technology says the UK could be left behind by not changing regulations to allow electric scooters.

Vaping nearly killed me, says British teenager
Vaping caused a catastrophic reaction in Ewan Fisher's lungs that meant he could not breathe.

Is China gaining an edge in artificial intelligence?
The US-China over artificial intelligence is heating up, but some warn the US could be over-reacting.

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