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Facebook threatens Europe with fair elections decided by well-informed voters

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As a warning shot to the EU, over a proposed ban on Facebook selling data of EU citizens to US companies, the social media giant has warned it might very well deprive Europeans of paranoid conspiracy theories, misspelled racist rants and electoral manipulation.

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Woman who made online friend during lockdown horrified at suggestion they actually ‘meet up’

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A woman who made a friend online during lockdown is petrified they might actually have to meet up in real life now.

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Starting social media posts with ‘I don’t usually write posts like this, but…’ increases credibility tenfold

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Like a reluctant hero taking up his sword after circumstances had evolved to such a state that complacency had become intolerable, Simon Williams, a sales analyst from Basingstoke, started his Facebook post. It began, “I don’t normally start posts like this, but…”

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Rubik’s Cube impossible, confirms scientist

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After nearly forty years of experimentation and investigation, a scientist has confirmed that it is impossible to solve the Rubik’s Cube.

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Conspiracy theorist who refuses to wear a mask still confident tinfoil hats are effective

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A man who thinks COVID-19 is a hoax and that masks are completely pointless and nothing more than a badge for the gullible, still believes the CIA is reading his thoughts and only his tinfoil hat can protect him.

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New Plandemic video actually just a secret plot to identify nation’s gullible simpletons

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A newly released ‘Plandemic’ conspiracy video about the coronavirus and vaccine industry is actually nothing more than a secret plot to identify the nation’s idiots.

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Technological triumph as Democratic Party’s virtual convention just as boring as a live one

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The Democratic Party has shown itself a pioneer of COVID-19 politicking by creating an online party convention that Washington insiders all say demonstrated the same humdrum predictability and utter tedium of past events.

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Woman distraught as Facebook ‘suggested post’ is Asda advert

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A woman has been left angry and upset after coming across a ‘suggested post’ of an advert for Asda whilst scrolling through her Facebook feed.

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I’m not taking some microchipped vaccine so Bill Gates can monitor me, says man glued to GPS-enabled 4G-capable camera and microphone

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A man has revealed today that he will not be tracked by taking Bill Gates’ microchipped coronavirus vaccine when it is eventually released, after reading about it on his GPS-enabled 4G-capable device equipped with a high-definition camera and microphone.

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Cyclist repeatedly fails Captcha test after failing to identify images with traffic lights

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Local cyclist Simon Williams has failed to access his favourite website this morning after it asked him to identify which images of a street contained traffic lights.

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