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The Cambridge Analytica scandal in March sent regulators into a frenzy. That’s because they realised the implications of the pervasiveness of modern tech companies, including the fact they can sway political opinion.
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The mainland's rapid rate of economic development over the past 30 years has enriched the nation. While China has the second biggest economy in the world, its people are not wealthy...
Last year was marred by human rights violations. We all hope to see improvements this year...
So there I was on New Year's Eve standing on the scale, appalled by how many kilograms I had gained in the last two weeks...
The recent climate talks in Cancun, Mexico, didn't yield revolutionary results. But they did at least take a modest step forward in addressing environmental issues...
With more than 500 million members, Facebook would be the third-largest nation if it were a country...
The US mid-term elections resulted in a big win for the Republicans...
WikiLeaks. The word is tainted with an air of danger. The website has recently reached a new level of notoriety after it published in July the Afghan "War Diary"...
Britain is renowned for its higher education institutions. Its universities attract applicants from around the globe...
When you see people protesting and shouting in rage on television, how do you feel? Do you have sympathy towards them?
In 1968, the US Navy's ship USS Pueblo was caught in North Korean waters. The country hailed the boat's capture as a great victory for its "Great Leader", Kim Il-sung...