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What will the internet look like in 2030?

Dirk Auer | capx.co On both sides of the Atlantic, lawmakers are gearing up to heavily regulate Big Tech. In the US, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust has just released a long-awaited report on competition in digital markets. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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Brussels plans European banking union from 2013

BBC News A single regulator to oversee banks across all 27 European Union states could be in place as early as 2013 according to the European Commission. A controversial new bank bailout fund financed by a tax on financial institutions … Continue reading

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Why do some people propose in public?

Mark Bosworth BBC A wedding proposal is the most intimate of occasions – so why are a growing number of people proposing in public? The traditional wedding proposal was a low-key sort of thing. One might think of something in … Continue reading

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Quebec could legalise euthanasia

Michael Cook BioEdge A parliamentary committee in Quebec has recommended the legalisation of euthanasia with strict safeguards. Its report, “Mourir dans la dignité” (Dying With Dignity), contends that dying is a part of life and since medical assistance is used … Continue reading

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Minister praises plan to heat swimming pool from fires of crematorium

Rowena Mason Telegraph A money-saving plan to heat a swimming pool with energy from the cremation of dead bodies has been backed by a senior Government minister. Sir George Young, leader of the House of Commons, said the proposal to … Continue reading

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Australia Becomes First to Ban Travelers Who Refuse Naked Body Scanners

John Galt Activist Post Australia continues trying to outdo America’s march toward authoritarian control over its population. The two countries seem to be trading salvos to see which can eradicate the rights of their citizens faster. Australia appears to have … Continue reading

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Danes want biotech firms, EU govts to agree GM crop bans

Source: Reuters Biotech companies should agree not to market genetically modified (GM) crops in member states wishing to ban their cultivation before seeking EU approval for their products, a draft Danish proposal shows. The compromise is designed to break a … Continue reading

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Give slim kids higher marks, says French diet guru

Source: Reuters Pierre Dukan, the nutritionist behind the popular but controversial Dukan diet, has suggested that France tackle child obesity by giving extra exam marks for slimness. Dukan, who has sold 8 million copies of his diet book worldwide, made … Continue reading

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Arkansas residents may face taxation by aerial image.

Source: SuasNews Just as privacy concerns are raised by ACLU and others over drone use in the USA, Quorum Court in Arkansas has approved the use of aerial imagery to collect data on property sizes. Not at the moment from … Continue reading

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Smart meter technology to drive up the costs of power

Source: Daily Telegraph THE cost of cooling your home and cooking dinner could double under a new Gillard government power proposal. Charging consumers more for electricity during the evening peak, and less at other times, is among a raft of … Continue reading

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