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  • Only the zero part is right • The Register

    Only the zero part is right • The Register0

    Neal Krawetz, a computer forensics expert, has published details on how to detect Tor bridge network traffic that he characterizes as “zero-day exploits”… which the Tor Project insists are nothing of the sort. The project provides open-source software for communicating anonymously over the internet. It works by randomly routing your connections through a network of

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  • Government ‘to announce ban on junk food advertising before 9pm’ as part of obesity crackdown

    Government ‘to announce ban on junk food advertising before 9pm’ as part of obesity crackdown0

    Boris Johnson will reportedly announce restrictions on how unhealthy foods are sold in Britain as soon as next week, in a bid to tackle high levels of obesity. The plans could include a ban on online and pre-watershed TV advertising of unhealthy foods and restrictions on supermarket promotions, executives briefed on the plans told the

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  • Sleep problems: an integral part of autism

    Sleep problems: an integral part of autism0

    Losing sleep: How researchers miss a key contributor to autism according to new research from Assistant professor of biomedical sciences at Washington State University Spokane, Lucia Peixoto and Annette Estes, Director and Susan and Richard Fade Endowed Chair of  and University of Washington Autism Center. Doctors and scientists should consider sleep problems an integral part

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  • Webinar: Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 1

    Webinar: Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 10

    Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 1 from The Royal Society of Medicine. Scheduled today: Tuesday 9 June, 7.00pm to 8.00pm This is the first webinar is a three part series in-which we will discuss the different approaches to understanding and responding to pain in older people, using insights from psychology, nursing and medicine. Participants will learn

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  • bit-tech’s best games for lockdown: Part 2

    bit-tech’s best games for lockdown: Part 20

    Here’s the second part of our picks for games to play during lockdown, covering online games to play with friends, local games to play with people sharing your house, and games to play with small kids. Have a browse of part one, too! Games to play with friends (remotely) Online games offer plenty of ways to

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  • How dangerous are conspiracy theories? Listen to part five of our expert guide

    How dangerous are conspiracy theories? Listen to part five of our expert guide0

    Conspiracy theories might be entertaining but they can also be dangerous. Sadly, what often starts off as a bit of fun can turn sour quite quickly – even if it’s laughing about the idea that Rihanna or Katy Perry are part of the Illuminati. We find out how in our latest episode of the Expert

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