Facebook slammed for censoring 19th century classical art

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Tim Goodman of Australian auction house Fine Art Bourse has now written a scathing open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about them censoring art
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People living in Scotland, Canada, and a number of America's northern states may see the Northern Lights this evening, with lucky viewers as far south of Yorkshire also in for a glimpse.
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Researchers from the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa plan to equip robots the size of five year-old children with thrusters on their hands and feet that will allow them to take flight.
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Westminster University's Menswear Archive goes back over 100 years and includes top designs.
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Nissan's new Leaf electric car has a longer range, but is it enough to battle its many rivals?
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Hatch Baby can track things like weight, feedings and sleep. But is more data good for parents?
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Why modern cyber-crime forums were inspired by a site started by Ukrainian credit card thieves.
Why modern cyber-crime forums were inspired by a site started by Ukrainian credit card thieves.
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