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Thursday July 16, 2020

UK electrical waste mountain growing
Households and businesses in the UK are producing 1.45 million tonnes of electrical waste a year.

Major US Twitter accounts hacked in Bitcoin scam
Posts have appeared on a number of Twitter accounts requesting transfers in the cryptocurrency.

?A powerful story? - Giancarlo Esposito on Far Cry 6 role
Games publisher Ubisoft has revealed plans for its biggest titles for the coming year.

Companies hope to avoid 'catastrophic' EU data-transfer ruling
A Facebook privacy case in Europe's top court could have major implications for companies worldwide.

Gadget-makers face ban on easy-to-guess passwords
UK government also proposes manufacturers inform buyers how long security updates will be provided for.

Wednesday July 15, 2020

Climate change: Siberian heatwave 'clear evidence' of warming
The heatwave would have been almost impossible without human-caused climate change, a study says.

Trump weakens environmental law to speed up infrastructure projects
The president hails the changes as "historic", but critics say they are designed to avoid scrutiny.

Amazon warns Alexa Echo Buds earphones pose overheating safety risk
The company sent an email asking customers to check their earphone software has been updated.

Huawei: China attacks UK's 'groundless' ban of 5G kit
The UK cited security risks - but China says it is "an excuse to co-operate with the United States".

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