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While TikTok has captured the imagination of kids all around the world, parents are often less enamored by the excessive time their children spend on the app.
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🕷️ The new dark web: A worrying development for messaging app Telegram, which seems to have become the tool of choice for cybercriminals wanting to buy, sell and share stolen data. ArsTechnica →
🔣 Communicating freely in Iran: New encryption app Nahoft — ‘hidden’ in Farsi — is enabling Iranians to avoid surveillance and censorship. It can convert text into random words and even embed communications imperceptibly in image files. Wired →
🎖️ Leadership: Management trends come and go, but some philosophies endure. A 1982 presentation by Admiral Hyman Rickover, Father of the Nuclear Navy and known for his determination, people focus, and high standards is a case in point. GovLeaders.org →
🫀 Health: High blood pressure is one of the most common (and dangerous) medical conditions of the 21st century. The European Society of Cardiology has published tailored guidance on how to reduce hypertension from a range of different start points. SciTechDaily →
🇨🇳 The clock’s ticking in China: Douyin (TikTok to the rest of the world) has introduced a 40-minute daily time limit for the under 14s. A responsible move, but it’s not without challenges. Douyin is offering a bounty to anyone who reports system bugs. The Register →
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