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Wave of cybersecurity breaches is no surprise to expert exposing online crime

Brian Krebs does not use heroin, but sometimes people send it to him anyway. The 43-year-old Alabama native writes Krebs on Security, a one-man operation focused on digital crime. His encyclopedic knowledge of the subject and his network of contacts has made his blog essential reading for anyone …

Identity Theft

Civil rights in the era of Trump: courts will be a 'bulwark', say leaders

In the waning hours of Barack Obama’s presidency, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) will argue a case before the supreme court that could have a tremendous impact on civil rights in the US under president Trump.<p>The case, Ziglar vs Abbasi, dates to 2002 and hinges on whether high level Bush …

Rights & Freedoms

Five of the best new films in the UK

1 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A)<p>(Gareth Edwards, 2016, US) 134 mins<p>Whisking you to uncharted realms of the Star Wars galaxy, this spin-off will fulfil a great many Christmas wishes. The faces are mostly fresh, led by Felicity Jones’s rebellious Rebel (Donnie Yen’s kick-ass monk and Alan Tudyk’s …

Movies

Good news! You probably won’t be killed by a sex robot

After spending a fascinating two days at the International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots, where academics discussed everything from robot design to the ethics of programming lovers, I was surprised to learn from Gizmodo that “sex robots may literally f**k us to death.”<p>How, I wondered, could …

Robotics

UK's biggest wrapping paper maker: 'It can be Christmas every day'

With deft accuracy, a design worker is sticking sparkles on a gift bag in an office festooned with crackers, wrapping paper swatches and shelves loaded with multicoloured glitter.<p>Based near a former colliery in south Wales, a team of 45 designers work on new creations for IG Design Group – the …

Wales

'Let it be an arms race': Donald Trump appears to double down on nuclear expansion

The president-elect Donald Trump has stunned nuclear weapons experts by appearing to call for a renewed arms race on his Twitter feed and in a TV interview.<p>Trump calls on US to 'greatly strengthen and expand' nuclear weapons capability<p>Read more<p>“Let it be an arms race,” the president in waiting was …

Donald Trump

The TV binger's guide to surviving the 2016 holidays

At the end of a long (very, very long) year, all we want to do is switch our brains off, disengage from reality and escape to a fictional TV world. Luckily, there are some pretty good worlds to escape to this festive period. Here’s our pick of the best TV to binge over the holidays.<p>The Man in the …

TV

Teargas, trees and oil: my life in the greatest job on earth

In September 1989, Guardian editor Peter Preston took me to one side. “Environment? Your idea. You do it,” he said. I was on the arts desk and had quite forgotten that, two years earlier, I had proposed that we cover this fast-emerging issue in more depth and with new pages.<p>We had a great …

Environment

Secrets Of A Professional Gift Wrapper

Wrap your gifts this year like a true perfectionist.<p>Wrapping presents in pretty paper is a weird tradition, when you think about it. It also takes on a slightly sinister, “big industry” quality when you look into its origins: Gift wrap was popularized in the United States in 1917 by the Halls …

Hoaxy, un buscador que ayuda a encontrar y detectar noticias falsas

Las noticias falsas están de moda. Las redes sociales ayudan constantemente a ampliar la visibilidad de cualquier cosa que llame la atención, sin …

Poland is 'on road to autocracy', says constitutional court president

The outgoing president of Poland’s highest constitutional court has accused the ruling rightwing Law and Justice party (PiS) of a systematic attempt to destroy oversight of government activity, describing the country as “on the road to autocracy”.<p>The departure of Prof Andrzej Rzepliński, whose term …

Europe