The "Huddersfield Examiner Live" Islamic Child Abuse - click here to learn more.

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<p>Way to boldly go where others have clearly gone before, Trump administration.</p><br /><p>Back in 2018, the Trump administration first announced that it was creating a Space Force, an initiative that would break off all space-related matters under the Air Force into its own military branch.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>With no screen and no spying, Pentagram designed the Yoto player to do less, not more.</p><br /><br /><br /><p>Finding a kid-friendly device like an e-reader or audio player is a pain point for a lot of modern parents. Kids&#x2019; content, like educational podcasts, shows, or audio books, are often part of bigger catalogs when using a platform like Amazon Prime or Google Play. So the parent either has to cue up the content themselves, or hand the operation over to their kid, who has to navigate a large library of options. And even if parental control
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s are set up for those platforms, the physical controls and interfaces aren&#x2019;t designed for clumsy hands or developing brains.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>Big, successful companies rarely invent the next big thing&#x2014;and Christensen explained why. But will this theories hold true forever?</p><br /><p>There&#x2019;s no better way to judge the importance of a business thinker than to assess the stature of the people whom he or she influenced. By that standard, Clayton Christensen, who died from complications relating to cancer treatment on January 23 in Boston, had few peers.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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 Attorney Scott Pilutik wrestles with the news of the day, from a lawyerly perspective…

[Regarding this story: ‘Take her out’: Recording appears to capture Trump at private dinner saying he wants Ukraine ambassador fired]

A few things to keep in mind and reasons this is significant:

— Trump claims to not know Lev Parnas yet here he is [...]

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<p>Gwenyth Paltrow&#x2019;s company joins the New York Times, Vox Media, and BuzzFeed on a screen near you.</p><br /><p>In the trailer for the new Netflix show <em>The Goop Lab</em>, which launches on the streamer today, we see star and company founder Gwyneth Paltrow laughing with colleagues in the Goop offices. As footage of Goop head of content Elise Loehnen meditating and getting facial acupuncture rolls, she says, &#x201C;What we try to do at Goop is to explore ideas that may seem out there or too scary.&#x201D;</p><p>Read Full S
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The recent grooming gang child abuse scandal in Huddersfield was well known about and actively facilitated by reporters at The Huddersfield Examiner - namely, Emma Davison and Andrew Robinson. They jumped at the chance to put me behind bars, because of their long established terrorist connection.  Here they are apologising for sexual terrorism http://archive.is/wip/8Sw3M.


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Some question if virus was accidentally released.


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Chocolate Factory boffins doubt Apple can fix it, either

Google security researchers have published details about the flaws they identified last year in Intelligent Tracking Protection (ITP), a privacy scheme developed by Apple's WebKit team for the company's Safari browser.…

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<p>Evaluating someone fairly can be tough. Here&#x2019;s how you should approach the task.</p><br /><p>It might sound obvious, but it&#x2019;s worth stating: Every time you evaluate something, you&#x2019;re comparing it to something else. Sometimes, that comparison is overt&#x2014;a product that is being sold for 25% off feels like a good deal because you are paying less for it than you would have paid for it at the regular price. Sometimes, that comparison is tacit&#x2014;a product might feel like a good deal, because you&#x2019;re aware of othe
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r products that are more expensive.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Are Huddersfield Police under the control of Jihadi terrorists?


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<p>Because sometimes, you just want the old web back.</p><br /><p>In Web 1.0, the internet was known for its static, clunky websites and the rise of widely available information. The user-generated content and constant chatter we know (and get overwhelmed by) today wasn&#x2019;t a thing until Web 2.0 took over about 10 years later, in the early aughts. But in the years leading up to the new millennium, one element of living online did allow people to engage: the chat room.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>CDC says risk to Americans still &#x201C;low.&#x201D; </p><br /><p>The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a second case of coronavirus in the U.S.&#x2014;this one afflicting a woman in Chicago&#x2014;and expects to find more cases in the coming days. Here&#x2019;s everything you need to know:</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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 Attorney Scott Pilutik wrestles with the news of the day, from a lawyerly perspective…

[Regarding this story: Constitutional Crabgrass: President Trump’s Defenders Distort the Impeachment Clause]

Yesterday I spent a few paragraphs deconstructing Alan Dershowitz’s argument (which he’s expected to make next week on the Senate floor) that “high crimes and misdemeanors” requires “criminal-like conduct,” whatever that’s [...]

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The recent grooming gang child abuse scandal in Huddersfield was well known about and actively facilitated by reporters at The Huddersfield Examiner - namely, Emma Davison and Andrew Robinson. They jumped at the chance to put me behind bars, because of their long established terrorist connection.



 



 


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<p>Four social-impact startups reveal how they manage privacy laws and concerns&#x2014;even if they&#x2019;re not required to. </p><br /><p>Privacy headlines often focus on big tech behemoths&#x2014;and for good reason. Last year alone, the Federal Trade Commission settled a $5 billion civil penalty against Facebook and a $170 million fine for alleged violations of the Children&#x2019;s Privacy Law against Google and YouTube. These companies have contributed to waves of identity theft, social stigma, and barriers to housing and jobs for the victims of th
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eir data breaches.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Change your passwords, ye scurvy-free non-landlubbers

The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) has told members that "an unauthorised party" may have pilfered a database containing personal information from 2015.…

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[Valerie Haney]

When Luis and Rocio Garcia sued in 2013, Scientology answered with a motion to force them into religious arbitration. When Monique Rathbun sued later the same year, Scientology answered with an anti-SLAPP motion.

Now, against Valerie Haney, Scientology is doing both.

At a hearing on January 30, we’ll find out if Scientology’s attempt to force [...]

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<p>Who&#x2019;s up for an orgasm workshop? Does your energy need healing? Then Netflix and Paltrow have just the docuseries for you.</p><br /><p>Since its launch in 2008, Gwyneth Paltrow&#x2019;s lifestyle brand, Goop, has grown from a homespun newsletter into a multipronged empire.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Aleksei Burkov, a 29-year-old Russian hacker, on Thursday pleaded guilty to multiple criminal charges for running two illegal websites that helped cyber criminals commit more than $20 million in credit card fraud.

The first website Burkov operated was an online marketplace for buying and selling stolen credit card and debit card numbers—called Cardplanet—which
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The Bill, which received approval in parliament last week, with the Lords finally backtracking on its amendments, was yesterday signed by the Queen, in line with the traditional procedure for a bill to gain legal force.
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<p>Some of the best features of Google&#x2019;s mapping app are among the hardest to find&#x2014;until you know where to look.</p><br /><p>Google Maps is great for just getting around. But don&#x2019;t be fooled: the app is much more than a glorified Garmin. Maps has all sorts of powerful features and timesaving shortcuts that aren&#x2019;t obvious, but are just waiting to be discovered. So grab your compass and get ready: It&#x2019;s time to explore some of its most useful off-the-beaten-path options.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><b
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<p>From complete kits to compostable wipes, clean is going green. </p><br /><p>Cleaning your house can be dirty business. Researchers at the University of Washington tested a variety of popular household products (such as air fresheners, all-purpose cleaners, soaps, laundry and dish detergents, and the like) for toxic ingredients. Surprise! They found a whopping 133 volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the products&#x2014;even in those labeled &#x201C;green,&#x201D; &#x201C;natural,&#x201D; or &#x201C;organic.&#x201D; What&#x2019;s the us
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e of cleaning your house with a bunch of chemicals that mar the planet and compromise your health? There are a few brands that are looking to change that. Made with non-toxic ingredients, wrapped in zero-waste packaging, and offering a powerful clean that&#x2019;s better for you and the planet, these cleaning supplies are the change we didn&#x2019;t know we needed to make at home.<strong>&#xA0;</strong></p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Now 29-year-old faces years in the clink after long battle to bring him to justice

A 29-year-old Russian scumbag has admitted masterminding the Cardplanet underworld marketplace as well as a second forum for elite fraudsters.…

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<p>Humanity is officially on the brink. </p><br /><p>Scientists and a group of prominent former world leaders want you know that global affairs are VERY BAD. Each year, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists sets its Doomsday Clock, gauging whether recent world events are hurling humanity toward apocalypse.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>The tents are used in emergencies around the world, but as extreme weather becomes more common, they needed to be able to withstand a wide variety of conditions.</p><br /><br /><br /><p>For the last two decades, UNICEF&#x2019;s temporary schools and health clinics for children in emergency camps have been housed in the same basic tent: A simple, large, multipurpose space that provides basic protection from the elements but isn&#x2019;t particularly comfortable. Already, on hot days, children sometimes sit outside the tents because it&#x2019;s
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too warm to be inside. As climate change makes extreme weather more common, from brutal heat waves to heavy storms, the agency realized that it needed to rethink the tent&#x2019;s design.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>The layoffs impact 14% of the genetic testing company&#x2019;s staff.</p><br /><p>Consumer genetic testing company 23andMe is laying off 100 people (or 14% of its staff) due to declining sales, reports CNBC.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>Tyler Perry may not have a writers room, but could he at least get a continuity editor?</p><br /><p>Tyler Perry is one of Hollywood&#x2019;s most prolific showrunners&#x2014;and he won&#x2019;t let you forget it either.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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<p>&#x201C;Being cyber aware is a very important thing.&#x201D;</p><br /><p class="p1">By Davos standards, it was one of the quieter moments during this week&#x2019;s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum&#x2014;an event marked by bold proclamations, big personalities, and even bigger bank accounts. At a panel discussion about the future of work, <em>Fast Company</em> editor-in-chief Stephanie Mehta asked four executives from HCL Technologies what skill or trade employees will need to succeed in the workplace in 2030.</p>
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<p>Not just for Trekkies. Captain Picard&#x2019;s sensible and thoughtful approach to collaboration is an example of emotional intelligence worth emulating.</p><br /><p>I&#x2019;m not normally one for karma or fate, but I have to believe that Jan. 23, 2020 is going to be one of those historical days for me&#x2013;right behind (certainly not equal to, that would be wrong!) the birth of each of my children. This is the day when a man who has shaped my understanding of true leadership comes back. I&#x2019;m talking about the premiere of &#x201C;Star Tre
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k: Picard&#x201D; on CBS All Access.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Don't want to incriminate yourself? Tough luck, you terrorist

The Government Reviewer of Terrorism Laws has declared that safeguards protecting Britons from police workers demanding passwords for their devices must be watered down.…

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<p>Just swapping single-use plastic for compostable alternatives won&#x2019;t do much if none of them end up in the compost.</p><br /><p>For a worker in Chinese cities such as Beijing or Shenzhen, there&#x2019;s a good chance that lunch at the office now involves delivery through an app&#x2014;and a pile of plastic trash. In 2018, food delivery apps in China made more than 10 billion deliveries throughout the country, nearly doubling the number from the previous year. The corresponding deluge of plastic takeout containers, chopsticks, and bags is one of the
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reasons that the Chinese government just passed an ambitious new ban on single-use plastic.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><br /> <br />
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Yep, the Verizon that sold subscribers' location data

Verizon has slung out a new, privacy-focused search engine in an effort to win over customers who prefer not to have their browsing habits tracked by ad-slingers and the like.…