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Thursday October 29, 2020

Animal Crossing: 'My sister lives on in a video game'
Tending to her sister's virtual town in Animal Crossing helps Meredith Myers keep her memory alive and cope with her grief.

Wednesday October 28, 2020

Facebook sued over Cambridge Analytica data scandal
The company is accused of misusing almost one million users' data in England and Wales.

Facebook, Twitter and Google face questions from US senators
Heads of Facebook, Google and Twitter defend a key piece of internet law, in front of senators.

Climate change: China's forest carbon uptake 'underestimated'
Scientists put new numbers of Chinese trees' ability to pull carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Trump campaign website hacked in 'cryptocurrency scam'
The US president's re-election campaign insists there was "no exposure to sensitive data".

Senior police voice concern over failed IT systems
In a leaked letter, senior police officers blame government for over-budget delayed projects.

Great Barrier Reef: Scientists find reef taller than Empire State Building
Standing 500m (1,640ft) tall, the "blade-like" reef was found off Australia's far north.

BT signs 5G deal with Ericsson to help ditch Huawei
The move means its EE mobile network will be powered by both Ericsson and Nokia's products.

Ankhi Das: Facebook India's policy head quits amid hate speech row
Ankhi Das was at the centre of allegations that Facebook allowed anti-Muslim posts by BJP supporters.

How KSI earned more than his teachers by playing Fifa
The YouTuber built a multi million-pound business empire from his bedroom. Now he's pursuing music.

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