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The fake pictures of the Rohingya crisis - BBC News - 0 views

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    The plight of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar was thrust into the spotlight last month after thousands of migrants were left stranded at sea - but not all the images being shared online are what they seem to be.
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Those first ever up-close NASA images of Pluto are fake, say conspiracy theorists | Met... - 0 views

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    You see these awesome, first ever up-close images of Pluto and its moon? Yeah, they're all fake. Every last one of them. According to conspiracy theorists, that is.
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Hackers Home in on Health, Education, Government Sectors | Cybersecurity | TechNewsWorld - 0 views

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    New York healthcare provider, California's higher education system and the U.S. Department of Energy have become the latest targets of data bandits.
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Drones operated by criminal gangs used to deliver drugs, mobile phones and potentially ... - 0 views

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    Small commercial drones are being used to lift packages containing illicit goods from mobile phones to synthetic drugs into jails, where they threaten security by increasing the availability of intoxicants which can provoke disorder in prisons.
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Porn Studio 'Harassed' Man Over Piracy Claim - 0 views

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    A porn studio "harrassed" someone it claims illegally downloaded their films by threatening to subpoena their neighbours and spouse if they didn't pay up, a judge has said.
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BBC defends delay of 'truly transformational' micro:bit (Wired UK) - 0 views

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    The BBC has defended its plan to supply a million schoolchildren with free micro:bit computers after it was criticised for delaying the launch until at least 2016.
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Hide a Wi-Fi Access Point Inside a Pocket Book for Stealthy File Sharing - 0 views

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    The access point itself will allow multiple devices to hook up to it so they can all share files with each other on a private little network. Then, for fun, the whole thing is shrunk down and stuffed inside a small notebook so you can stealthily share files anywhere. It's a little over the top, but fun nonetheless. Head over to Node for the full guide.
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