- State Department probe of Clinton emails finds no deliberate mishandling of classified information - The Washington Post:
A multiyear State Department probe of emails that were sent to former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's private computer server concluded there was no systemic or deliberate mishandling of classified information by department employees, according to a report submitted to Congress this month.
- Russian eagles' global roaming sends scientists broke as tracking devices rack up the bills - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- Co-ed versus single-sex schools: 'It's about more than academic outcomes' | Australia news | The Guardian
- Google sued by the ACCC over alleged misuse of personal data - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Will be interesting to see if this gets anywhere. UX dark pattern as the base of an ACCC case.
- She climbed Everest nine times and set a world record – so why doesn't she have sponsors? | World news | The Guardian
- Police officer faces disciplinary action over crude 'EAD Hippy' sticker and Victoria Police denounces 'inappropriate' memes posted to social account by officer accused of making white power gesture - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). Vic Police keeping it classy.
- Blade Runner was set in November, 2019. Here's what it and other movies got right and wrong about the 'future' - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- Scott Morrison slams environmental groups 'targeting' businesses with 'selfish' secondary boycotts - Politics - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):
Mr Morrison lamented that Australian businesses, under pressure from environmental groups, are increasingly refusing to provide services like banking, insurance and consulting to coal mining companies.Because Morrison only believes in the free market when it's buying coal.
Mr Morrison said whilst he accepted the Government cannot force one company to provide services to another, the Coalition was looking at ways to prevent such boycotts from spreading to other sectors that have a significant carbon footprint — including gas projects, abattoirs, airlines and the sugar cane industry.But of course that action won't include action on climate change, because he wants to sell coal.
- 4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers' Productivity By 40%, Microsoft Japan Says : NPR:
Workers at Microsoft Japan enjoyed an enviable perk this summer: working four days a week, enjoying a three-day weekend — and getting their normal, five-day paycheck. The result, the company says, was a productivity boost of 40%.
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