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There’s Just No Getting Away From Microplastic Contamination

Enlarge / The Pyrenees mountains, now with microplastics. (credit: flickr user: Paula Funnell) Microplastics may be having a moment in the spotlight, as the public is increasingly aware of their presence in the environment around us. But as more...

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Netizen Report: If Protecting Your Privacy Is ‘part Of A Conspiracy,’ Then We’re All In Big...

“Hacker” by the Preiser Project via Flickr. (CC BY 2.0) The Advox Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in technology and human rights around the world. This report covers news and...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Human Rights

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Healthy Foods: The Real Luxury Is Being Able To Choose

CC/Flickr/LaoWai KevinAs I waited in line for coffee this morning, I talked with a woman struggling to choose between the rich sugary doughnut she craved and the healthy oatmeal she said she “wanted to want.” As we commiserated, something...
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Unexpected Protection Added To Microsoft Edge Subverts Ie Security

Enlarge (credit: Brian Smithson / Flickr) A researcher has uncovered strange and unexpected behavior in Windows 10 that allows remote attackers to steal data stored on hard drives when a user opens a malicious file downloaded with the Edge...
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Florida: The Graveyard Of American Public Education

Diane RavitchU.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos spoke at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/cc)
Related topics: CPAC, Usa Photos

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Trump And High Level Intelligence

Christopher Brauchli"Mr. Trump’s comments on matters scientific certainly show that he has an instinct," the author writes. (Photo: Shane Adams/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Entertainment Photos

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Immigration And The Shock Doctrine

Andrew MossAnti-Trump marchers hit the streets of London in 2017. (Photo: Alisdare Hickson/flickr/cc)
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, World Photos

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Prospect Of Nuclear War Highest In Decades, Yet Media Ignores

Linda McQuaigDemonstrators outside the White House call on the 2016 presidential candidates to commit to a world without nuclear weapons. (Photo: S Pakhrin/flickr/cc)  
Related topics: White House, Usa Photos

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The Toxic Lure Of “guns And Butter”

Norman SolomonWhat set the stage for the latest funding battle in the House was a Budget Committee vote that approved the new measure with the $17 billion military boost. (Photo: David B. Gleason/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Military, Usa Photos

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There’s Nothing Wrong With Being Successful. Bernie Never Said There Was.

Ben CohenThere is something fundamentally wrong with a democracy in which political campaigns are largely funded by corporations and extremely wealthy individuals. (Photo: Michael Vadon/Flickr/cc)
Related topics: Usa Photos

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Protecting Americans’ Right To Hear From The Leader Of Bds, The Palestinian Non-violent Campaign...

James ZogbyThere is a poisonous political climate in Washington and the anti-BDS hysteria has become a part of it. (Photo: Alex Christy/Flickr)
Related topics: Human Rights, World Photos

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Corporations Need To Pay More

Patti LynnWhen looking at this enormous disparity in the U.S., it’s clear that the ultra-wealthy are the beneficiaries of this system. (Photo:  Yuri Keegstra/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Business Photos

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Food Standards On The Menu At U.s.-eu Talks

Sharon Anglin TreatThere are several reasons that trade negotiations initiated in the Obama administration for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) broke down even before the 2016 U.S. elections. (Photo: greensefa/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Barack Obama, World Photos

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A Political Stalemate Over Puerto Rican Aid Is Leaving All Us Disaster Funding In Limbo

Lauren LluverasHurricane Maria did so much damage to Puerto Rico’s economy that nearly 300,000 more Puerto Ricans became poor enough to be eligible for its nutrition assistance. (Photo: Chris Grogan/Air Force Magazine/Flickr)
Related topics: Usa Photos

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Why $249 Is An Unsustainable Price For The First All-digital Xbox [updated]

Enlarge / Microsoft needs to give customers a better deal to convince them to give up discs for good. (credit: Dazzied / Flickr) [Update: Since Microsoft's announcement, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition has appeared for pre-order on retailers...

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The Cure William Weld Offers Is Much Worse And More Lethal Than The Disease

Image by Gage Skidmore via Flickr Creative Commons https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/ Yesterday, President Trump got his first primary challenger for 2020. Former Massachusetts governor and 2016 Libertarian party candidate for Vice...
Related topics: Creative Commons, Health Photos

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Tusk Luck: Alaska Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Stealing Mammoth Fossil

An Alaska man and his co-conspirator took a fossilized tusk from a Bureau of Land Management museum. Then, they cut it up and sold off the pieces.(Image credit: Bob Wick/BLM via Flickr)
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Strong Corporate Desktop Sales Limit The Decline Of The Pc Market

Enlarge / The corporate desktop lives. (credit: Thomas Claveirole / Flickr) Gartner and IDC have both published their quarterly reports on the size of the PC market in the first quarter of 2019, and they've both agreed: about 58.5 million systems...

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Expelled Chinese Diamond Mining Firm Quietly Returns To Zimbabwe

Will a history of exploitation repeat itself? A secret airstrip was built in a diamond field seized by the Zimbabwe army in 2007. Zimbabwe has long struggled with diamond mining exploitation from foreign companies. Photo by Aristocrat's Hat via...
Related topics: Zimbabwe, World Photos

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Intel’s Priceless I9-9990xe Now Has A Price: €2,999

Enlarge / This is a 10-core Skylake-X processor. It uses the low core count (LCC) version of the Skylake-SP die. (credit: Fritzchens Fritz / Flickr) We learned in January that Intel was planning a new top-end Core i9 Extreme Edition processor: the...
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