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Trump’s lawyers — yes, including Rudy Giuliani — have …

Trump’s lawyers — yes, including Rudy Giuliani — have …

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Get the Think newsletter.SUBSCRIBEFeb. 9, 2019, 9:29 AM GMTBy Suzanne Garment, author of “Scandal: The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics”Here’s the problem with being a defense lawyer: It’s hard — not impossible, but hard — to be better than your client.It now looks like Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani is again out on his accustomed limb. A recent BuzzFeed story alleged that President Donald Trump directed his fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about when negotiations for a Moscow Trump tower ended. Giuliani leaped to the president's defense, claiming he was “100 percent certain” that Trump hadn’t told Cohen to lie.SIGN UP FOR THE THINK WEEKLY NEWSLETTER HEREOn the other hand, according to the timeline that Giuliani has variously presented in numerous TV intervie
Google Web Services, Including Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Si…

Google Web Services, Including Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Si…

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Google web services, such as Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites, received the Material Design on January 15th. Users have already seen the new look on G Suite services like Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Sites on the web, which is just the most recent update of the Google’s redesign initiative that already impacted Google Account, search bar, and Google Translate, among others.However, the new update Google implemented to its G Suite is purely visual, so no new features or under the hood changes have been introduced.Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites got the new visuals which, according to the official Google blog post, include:Interface typography that uses Google’s custom-designed and highly-legible typefacesControls (like buttons, dialogs, and sidebars) that are updated and
Internet fuelling increase of conditions including cybercho…

Internet fuelling increase of conditions including cybercho…

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The internet could be fuelling a range of new mental health disorders such as cyberchondria, online hoarding, and shopping addictions, experts have warned.A group dubbed The European Problematic Use of the Internet Research Network have now called for internet companies to take responsibility and help scientists tackle problematic online behaviour.They said while most internet use is harmless, concerns have recently grown over how its use may affect public health and spark subsequent issues with gambling, pornography, and online bullying.Scroll down for video  The internet could be fuelling a range of new mental health disorders such as cyberchondria, online hoarding, and shopping addictions (file photo) THE GROWING PROBLEMS WIT
Social media sites and search engines including Google and …

Social media sites and search engines including Google and …

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Social media sites and search engines including Google and Facebook are 'blurring' the news, Ofcom saysOfcom says people cannot tell difference between news and other contentWatchdog said social media sites are 'blurring the boundaries' on stories22 people were tracked for a week to interpret how they read the news By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 20:44 EDT, 13 July 2018 | Updated: 20:46 EDT, 13 July 2018 Most people reading news on unregulated platforms such as Google and Facebook cannot tell the difference between it and other content, Ofcom has warned.The regulator said the reason was because social media, often accessed on smartphones, ‘blurs the boundaries’.This has a ‘detrimental’ impact on how users question the world around them and ‘important impl