The Digest: Russian webcam spies… and 4 other things people are talking about today

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Russian webcam spy site 'may take time to shut down' | The Telegraph "A Russian website allowing voyeurs to watch people in their homes via their own webcams may take some time to shut down, the Information Commissioner has warned. Images of children's bedrooms and views into family living rooms and kitchens can…

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The Digest: Android Lollipop is here… and 4 other things people are talking about today

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Hands-on with all things Android 5.0 Lollipop | Cnet "Android Lollipop is here, and likely making its way to your phone or tablet in the coming months. The update is packed with exciting features, including a new design, revamped notifications, device sharing and more. I go hands-on with the most-talked-about features in the…

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The Digest: Twitter makes some tweaks… and 5 other things people are talking about today

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​Twitter takes another teeny tiny step toward becoming Facebook | Gizmodo "Twitter tweaked its website design today to move the status bar where you compose a tweet a couple short inches from the right-hand corner to the center of the page. And guess what, it looks just like Facebook now." …

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Chair of House of Lords committee investigating drones doesn’t know what Google Maps is…

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So drones are a new thing with important implications in a wide range of fields. Drones have the potential to change the way we think about privacy, security, the postal service, how we fight wars... and a tonne of other things. So it makes sense that Parliament might want to appoint a committee to look…

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Campaigners use a drone to protest Hyde Park charging for access to pitches

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The London Charity Softball League has been running since 2003, and in its latest season has seen teams from 70 charities join in - but now the Royal Parks authorities, which manage Hyde Park want to start charging for access to pitches. In response, campaigners who oppose the move have been kicking up a fuss…

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