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Wednesday July 28, 2021

Electric car charging prices 'must be fair' say MPs
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say.

Tuesday July 27, 2021

Instagram makes under-16s' accounts private by default
Only approved followers can see posts and "like" or comment on accounts that retain the private setting.

Twitter accused of inaction on anti-Semitic tweets
Campaign Against Antisemitism says many reported hateful tweets are not being removed.

Activision staff condemn firm's response to harassment claims
About 1,000 Activision Blizzard staff sign a letter describing managers' response as insulting.

Can better tech make video meetings less excruciating?
Technology firms are scrambling to add new features but will video calls improve.

Is there a future for Africa's lions?
As lion populations decline across much of Africa, could community-led conservation help reverse this trend?

Monday July 26, 2021

Tesla profit surge driven by record car deliveries
The electric carmaker's revenues nearly doubled in the three months to 30 June compared with last year.

Bezos' $2bn offer to get back in race to the Moon
The billionaire offers to cover $2bn in Nasa costs to be reconsidered for a Moon lander contract.

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