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Protect children online, say government ministers

Protect children online, say government ministers

By Laura Turbett   Four senior government ministers, in recent days, have joined together to increase pressure on leading technology companies to work with the government to do more to protect children online. Children and Youth Affairs Minister Katherine Zappone, Communications Minister Denis Naughten, Education Minister Richard Bruton and Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan have given

Interview with Popular Youtube creator ‘It’s Black Friday’

By Eva Buckley   The New-Zealand YouTube star Freyja NicLeòid has been making videos for quite some time now and has gained many fans because of her style and personality. People watch her videos to see what it’s like living life as a Goth by following her on her travels, seeing how she does her

Elon Musk plans to connect brains to computers

image: http://alsn.mda.org/ By Dylan Goodman SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk has increased his efforts to make our lives more like a sci-fi movie by launching a new firm, Neuralink.   The company is still is the very early stages, but will be focused on developing “neural lace” technology, which theoretically involves implanting electrodes in the

Ireland Sweep the Board at Cheltenham

Image Source by Aodán Boland This year’s Cheltenham may have been a bad week for the punter, but it’s been a fantastic couple of days for Irish horse racing with Gordon Elliott taking home the Leading Trainer Award, Ruby Walsh being named Best Jockey and Ireland comfortably beating England to win the BetBright Cup with

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