Constance Hall says daughter’s struggle with bullies sent her into ‘a world of anger’- Tempemail

Blogger Constance Hall has opened up about her daughter’s struggle with bullying in a heartfelt social media post. The Perth, Australia-based mother of seven shared a long post on social media revealing her daughter was being bullied and she’d made the decision to take her out of school as a Continue Reading

Harassment of girls at school just reflects back the world of adults | Barbara Ellen- Tempemail

Does the pornification of school culture in the UK merely reflect the adult world back at us? Ofsted reports that sexual harassment and online sexual abuse are so routine for schoolchildren that they barely bother reporting it; 90% of girls and 50% of boys have been sent explicit pictures (“dick Continue Reading

When missing people don’t want to be found: ‘I’d removed myself to push the world away’ | Life and style- Tempemail

At 10pm on Friday 29 January 2016, Esther Beadle closed the front door and walked out of her life. A journalist at the Oxford Mail, she was seen leaving her shared house in Cowley, about an hour’s walk from the centre of Oxford. Then she was gone. When she didn’t Continue Reading

Ransomware world in 2021: who, how and why- Tempemail

As the world marks the second Anti-Ransomware Day, there’s no way to deny it: ransomware has become the buzzword in the security community. And not without good reason. The threat may have been around a long time, but it’s changed. Year after year, the attackers have grown bolder, methodologies have Continue Reading

From the archive: could a computer predict the result of the 1970 World Cup? | Life and style

A computer with less power than your phone had sent men to the moon in 1969, so getting one to predict the 1970 Mexico World Cup winner for the Observer Magazine should have been nailed on (‘Can England do it again? Computer forecast of the World Cup winner’, 10 May Continue Reading

‘In this world, social media is everything’: how Dubai became the planet’s influencer capital | Dubai

On the electric blue tarmac of a helipad on the edge of Palm Jumeirah, an artificial island on the Dubai coastline, Busra Duran stands on tiptoes. Wearing multicoloured trainers and a pink tulle minidress, the 28-year-old Turkish influencer is posing for photos in front of a red helicopter. Her husband, Continue Reading

Revealed: the Facebook loophole that lets world leaders deceive and harass their citizens | Facebook- Tempemail

Facebook has repeatedly allowed world leaders and politicians to use its platform to deceive the public or harass opponents despite being alerted to evidence of the wrongdoing. The Guardian has seen extensive internal documentation showing how Facebook handled more than 30 cases across 25 countries of politically manipulative behavior that Continue Reading

Making sense of conspiracy theorists as the world gets more bizarre | Society- Tempemail

In 1999 I sat in a Vancouver café with a group of anti-capitalist activists. They’d just returned from protesting the WTO in Seattle to find a new, far stranger foe in town – David Icke. He was there to lecture about how the ruling elite are actually child-sacrificing, blood-drinking paedophile Continue Reading

Seeing stones: pandemic reveals Palantir’s troubling reach in Europe | World news

The 24 March, 2020 will be remembered by some for the news that Prince Charles tested positive for Covid and was isolating in Scotland. In Athens it was memorable as the day the traffic went silent. Twenty-four hours into a hard lockdown, Greeks were acclimatising to a new reality in Continue Reading