Mark Zukerberg: ‘We need to make sure that people are not using Facebook to harm other people or to spread misinformation’

Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg pushes for further limitation of our personal Internet freedoms in opening statements to Congress through the use of the Hegelian dialectic Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday after a trusted app-maker sold users private data to Cambridge Analytica for $800,000. “I

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Indian Doctor Designs Cheapest Device To Give Cancer Patients A New Life

Cancer is the deadliest disease which often compels humans to surrender thereto. Scientists around the world have been working day and night for decades on the evil disease; nevertheless they have failed to discover any guaranteed cure. But Indian doctor Vishal Rao has apparently brought about a revolution in throat cancer treatment as he has

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How our bodies react when we DON’T have sex

The ways NOT having sex affects the body make grim reading for Brits going through a dry spell. The good news is that statistics show that the average British person has sex nearly 5,800 times before they die – and it could be improving their health too. But romping less often may store up a

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Transgender woman spends more than £40k to turn herself into a DRAGON

A woman who claims to be the ‘most modified transsexual in the world’ has spent more than £42,000 to become a DRAGON. Eva Tiamat Medusa’s transformation includes a forked tongue, tattooed scales and even eight horns on her head. In 1997, Medusa, from Bruni, Texas, was living as a man, named Richard Hernandez, and operating

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The Chillingham Castle : The most horrific place in Europe

It’s easy to see why people binge on horror films or line up for a heart-stopping, rapid-drop amusement-park ride. Turning the scenes of inhuman acts of the past into tourist opportunities is a little less easy to get behind. But it’s undeniable that prisons, castles, dungeons, and even concentration camps can fascinate people as they

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