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Selected Links

To Fix That Pain in Your Back, You Might Have to Change the Way You Sit, npr.org

Motorway bridge collapses in Genoa, Italy, bbc.com

Bitcoin, Ether Sink as ‘Sense of Panic’ Grips Crypto Investors, bloomberg.com

11-year-old boy hacks into replica U.S. vote site in minutes, reuters.com

Turkey’s Lira Crisis Tests Erdogan’s Authoritarian Approach, nytimes.com

15 of the Most Important Algorithms That Helped Define Math, Computing, Physics, interestingengineering.com

Banks and retailers are using behavioral biometrics to build millions of user profiles by tracking how users type, swipe, and tap when using websites and apps, nytimes.com

Google tracks users who turn off location history, bbc.co.uk

Americans Own Less Stuff, and That’s Reason to Be Nervous, bloomberg.com

How to turn off Google's location tracking, theguardian.com

Motivation

Yes, I am editing, which is why it is semi-automated. And yes, I do understand the scepticism around the notion of information these days, be it real or fake, but what I am culling is mainly double-ups of information as a lot of the sources end up reporting on the same things. See, the funny thing about information is, there’s never enough unique stuff going around.

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