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The Tide Pod Challenge: The new trend for eating washing tablets

The Tide Pod Challenge: The new trend for eating washing tablets

David Bone February 23, 2018 0

Well, here we are again. I hope you’re pleased at yourself internet. Look at what you’re making people do this time. Eating Tide Pods? Really? Must we stare into the abyss once more? We

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Government Spooks Have Called Libertarian’s Bluff

Government Spooks Have Called Libertarian’s Bluff

Lee Jenkins January 2, 2014 3

We feign outrage at many a government activity. So why has state snooping got us more riled up than usual? The startling revelations of Edward Snowden not only shook public confidence in the motives

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Tory Porn Block Encroaches Further on Internet Freedoms and Parental Responsibility

Tory Porn Block Encroaches Further on Internet Freedoms and Parental Responsibility

Tristan Kitchin December 16, 2013 21

We reported back in July of David Cameron’s plan to implement an on by default opt-out porn filter nationwide, and how naïve his plans were. Cameron’s line was if ISPs did not voluntarily block

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The Effect of the Internet on the Brain

Sam Woolfe September 15, 2013 0

From my own personal experience, I find it more difficult to concentrate on something which requires sustained attention – when reading a book, for example – than I used to in the past. I

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PirateBrowser – The Web as it should be, Censorship Free

PirateBrowser – The Web as it should be, Censorship Free

Tristan Kitchin August 14, 2013 0

What do you do when you work for the most censored website in the world? Provide a way to access it of course. There is a new Internet browser on the market, one that

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Hackers hiding child abuse images on legit websites, according to IWF

Hackers hiding child abuse images on legit websites, according to IWF

Tristan Kitchin August 6, 2013 0

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has reported there has been an increase in the number of legitimate websites being hacked and used to distribute images of child abuse. Over the course of the past

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Google’s Chromecast – Worth the Hype?

Google’s Chromecast – Worth the Hype?

Eric D. Fescenmeyer August 2, 2013 1

Eric D. Fescenmeyer is not convinced by Google’s latest hardware offering…  So after a number of not so great shots at the TV market, Google launches Chromecast. Some say they’ve cracked the code and

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UK Government Outpaced by Cyber-Crime

UK Government Outpaced by Cyber-Crime

Tristan Kitchin July 30, 2013 2

Concerns have been raised regarding the problem of Internet crime, after a committee of MPs on Tuesday said Britain was too complacent in its actions against it. After a ten-month inquiry into the matter,

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How Google Will Take Over your Living Room with its 2″ Dongle

How Google Will Take Over your Living Room with its 2″ Dongle

Tristan Kitchin July 29, 2013 1

At an event in San Francisco last Wednesday 24 July, Google announced a number of new products which saw immediate release. The new Nexus 7 tablet hogged most of the limelight, with its high

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The Sun Finally Sets On AltaVista

The Sun Finally Sets On AltaVista

Backbencher July 5, 2013 0

By Jason Slater. Google undoubtedly rules the world of search and has become so ingrained in our minds that the word Google actually has actually become a verb to describe the act of searching

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