Google's hidden security defaults are shockingly powerful
Google announced last week that it plans to automatically enroll users in two-factor authentication to improve account security. 1
Perhaps the biggest benefactors of this move are American businesses, which are losing more than $1 billion a year because of the security defaults on their software. 1
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Liverpool Transfers: 3 possible replacements for Gini Wijnaldum
Wijnaldum is reportedly close to joining Barcelona on a free transfer, as the Reds balked on offering the 30-year-old his wage demands. 1It is a bit of a risky move, but it's probably the best decision for a club that needs to carefully maneuver its finances. 1
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G7 leaders launch infrastructure plan for poorer countries to rival influence of China
G7 leaders are launching an infrastructure plan for poorer countries to rival the might of China, but are being accused of failing the test of the climate emergency.
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Daniel James can prove himself to Man Utd with performances for Wales at Euro 2020
Daniel James played 20 fewer games for Manchester United in 2020/21 than he did in 2019/20.
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'Black people have an extra hurdle to jump': ex-cricketer Michael Holding
In his playing days in the 1970s and 1980s, the West Indian cricketer Michael Holding didn't speak out against racism, although he saw it all around him.
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'This is how it should be': replanting the Daintree rainforest
As Andrew Solomon looks up at the rainforest canopy on Kuku Yalanji land near Cape Tribulation, his eyes start to water.
"When I first came back, I felt someone was following me.
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Declaime and Madlib announce new album In the Beginning (Vol. 1), share "All Over the World": Stream
Some old hip-hop gems are about to be unearthed. Madlib and Declaime have just announced a new album that's comprised of previously unreleased songs they recorded together back in the mid-90s.
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