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UK Worried about Election Hacking after US Attack UK Prime Minister has been urged to protect the election system against hacking, following the widespread accusations of interference in the US presidential election. The UK officials questioned whether the government Germany Fights Profileration of Fake News The local government is trying to tackle false reporting amid claims that Russia may influence German 2017 election. The officials said they were investigating proliferating fake news items online “Strike” Notification System Failed to Boost Legal Sales A recent study revealed that so-called “graduated response” regimes are not able to increase box office revenues. According to the recent research, where the experts considered the effects in a range of countries (including the US), Russian Woman’s Startup Sanctioned by the US A talented young Russian hacker Alisa Shevchenko has been helping companies to test their online security systems. She spends winters in the South-East Asia, meditating and training in Thai kickboxing, and was a couple hours drive from Bangkok when she learned that the White House accused her of helping Moscow Trump Tweeted Support for Julian Assange Donald Trump appeared to put more faith in WikiLeaks founder than in US intelligence agencies. Trump approvingly repeated in Twitter Assange’s claim that Russians had nothing to do with the hacked emails from the DNC and the Clinton campaign chairman, which were published by WikiLeaks. One of his tweets said: Mark Zuckerberg Is Going to Visit All US States Some decided that Mark Zuckerberg was thinking about political career as Facebook founder announced his new personal challenge for 2017. In previous years, he has learned Mandarin, pledged to run a mile per day and built a Australian Human Rights Commission Taken Offline by Anonymous Victoria’s Human Rights Commission website was recently targeted by cyber attackers who claimed to be part of the well-known Anonymous collective. The hackers left an unclear message about their social network Facebook's Efforts to Flag Fake News Are Criticized The social media giant decided to respond to criticism over the fake news issue and introduce a system of flagging news deemed to be “fake”. However, this only raised new questions about the limitations of the system Facebook Will Flag Fake News The social media giant decided to start flagging fake news stories using the help of its users and fact checkers. This move was taken in respond to heavy criticism during the recent election. Over Million British Households Don’t Have Fast Broadband Ofcom revealed that at least a million homes in the United Kingdom still couldn’t get fast broadband. According to the regulator’s research, 1.4 million households had broadband speeds no more than 10 Mbit/s,
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