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French Muslim Group to Sue Facebook and YouTube

The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has announced that it is suing both Facebook and YouTube, arguing that the social media platforms have incited violence by hosting streaming video footage of the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.

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Huawei P30 and P30 Pro: Everything You Need to Know

We round up the news from Huawei's P30 and P30 Pro launch event in Paris, including pricing, features and spec details of the phones. Huawei also announced two new pairs of headphones (including the suspiciously AirPod-like FreeBuds Lite) and a pair of smart glasses.

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5 Big Ideas for Fixing How We Use the Internet

The internet was a great idea, initially. However in recent years, privacy concerns, data misuse, and more trolls than the underside of a fairy tale bridge have turned the world's digital community into a bit of a mess. Luckily, there are ideas out there for how to fix it.

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Google Fined $1.7B for Abusing Its Online Marketing Role

The European Commission has slapped Google with a massive $1.7 billion fine for abusing the online ad market. Google's "abusive practices in online advertising" have been deemed a breach of EU antitrust rules. This is Google's third EU fine within the past two years.

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Only One-Third of Android Antivirus Apps Work Properly

A new report from security company AV-Comparatives has revealed that only 80 of the most popular Android antivirus apps give you effective protection and only 23 of those apps can guarantee a 100% threat-detection rate, highlighting the need for proper Android security.

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4 Jobs That We Shouldn’t Trust to Robots

Technology has become an integral part of everyday life, but there has to be a line, right? From hiring and firing employees to driving and doctoring everyday people, there are some jobs that should be left to human beings.