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Google to help publishers find malicious comments on articles

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Alphabet Inc’s Google and subsidiary Jigsaw launched on Thursday a new technology to help news organisations and online platforms identify abusive comments on their websites. 406 more words

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Check Out Alphabet's New Tool to Weed Out the 'Toxic' Abuse of Online Comments

A research team tied to Google unveiled a new tool on Thursday that could have a profound effect on how we talk to each other online. 1,035 more words

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Natural Inseminations: Meeting a Few Days Before

What does one say to the woman that you’ve just met in a restaurant or coffee bar that in a day or so you will be taking to bed in order to get her pregnant?    923 more words

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The Gita is not the "Hindu Bible"

One of the pitfalls of the “world religions approach” is students’ understandable tendency to want to fit everything into a paradigm they already know. Understandable, because the approach itself developed on the foundation of 19th century scholars’ and colonialists’ efforts to do exactly the same thing: to locate the religious structures that corresponded to the ones they already knew – in essence, Christianity. 316 more words

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A pretty nasty virus

The good news is, that the US president has been and continuous to buy up websites. He has been doing this for decades. Most of the websites were and are bought to counteract and prevent criticism. 587 more words

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This Just In...

Just kidding. This isn’t breaking news. I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award twice in the last week; one from my girl Quinn over at… 477 more words

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