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Monday January 18, 2021


E-scooter rider given ban for drink-driving on Isle of Wight
Kyah Jordan is thought to be the first person convicted of drink-driving on an e-scooter in the UK.

Uganda election: Internet restored but social media blocked
Online services were restricted ahead of last week's vote, and social media remains blocked.

Capitol riots: Bumble dating app unblocks politics filter
The platform disabled its "political preferences" tab following the Capitol Hill riots.

Chip-shortage 'crisis' halts car-company output
A shortage of computer chips is leading to car factories shutting down for days at a time.

'We got a lot of grief when our photo became a meme'
These four lads had no idea their picture would still be trending two years later.

Github apologises for firing Jewish employee who warned about 'Nazis'
The Jewish employee had warned co-workers about the danger of Nazis during the Capitol Riots.

Lee Jae Yong: Samsung heir gets prison term for bribery scandal
A South Korean court sentenced Lee Jae Yong to two and a half years in prison.

A wristband that tells your boss if you are unhappy
Technology to help our mental wellbeing has grown in popularity during the coronavirus lockdowns.

BT faces 600m lawsuit over 'overcharging'
A group of pensioners seek compensation for what they say was the excessive pricing of landlines.

Racism in education: How 'truth pages' helped students fight back
'Truth pages', where students share their experiences of racism, have been on appearing on social media since the killing of George Floyd.

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