Five men acquitted of gang-raping teenager in Spain

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A protester in Malaga holds up a sign in support of the Manresa victim A court in Barcelona has acquitted five men accused of

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Maids for sale: How Silicon Valley enables online slave markets

Google, Apple and Facebook-owned Instagram are enabling an illegal online slave market by providing and approving apps used for the buying and selling of domestic workers in the Gulf. BBC

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On the inside of a hacking catastrophe

A massive data breach can cause chaos within a company and put IT staff under extreme stress. Source link

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Iraq protests: PM Adel Abdul Mahdi ‘will resign if replacement is found’

Image copyright AFP Image caption The mass anti-government protests have spread across Iraq over the past month Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will resign if political parties can agree

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Facial recognition technology code of conduct call

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHow does facial recognition technology work? A code of practice should govern when police forces deploy facial recognition technology, the information commissioner

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Goals Soccer Centres bought by rival Soccerworld

Image copyright Getty Images Troubled five-a-side football pitch operator Goals Soccer Centres is being bought by rival Soccerworld. Goals, which is part-owned by Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley, put itself up

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Bombardier NI operations sold to Spirit AeroSystems

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The A220 was formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries before Airbus acquired a majority stake in the project Bombardier’s Northern Ireland operations have been sold

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Facebook challenged over political ad policy

Image copyright Reuters Facebook says it will fact-check ads posted by one political candidate in California, after previously saying it would not do so for politicians. In September, the social

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Nord Stream 2: Go-ahead for Russian gas pipeline angers Ukraine

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea has divided Europe and infuriated the US Denmark’s approval for a controversial pipeline to pump more

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Vauxhall fears after car giants Fiat and PSA announce merger

Image copyright PA Image caption Vauxhall employs about 3,000 people in the UK Fiat Chrysler is to merge with Vauxhall’s owner PSA to create the world’s fourth largest car company.

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