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Delete Facebook? That’s as hard as giving up sugar | Dean Burnett

Yesterday at 14:36 PM, via The Guardian

Plenty of people say they’re going to do it, but in the end can’t. So why do social networks have such a hold?

The recently exposed Cambridge Analytica scandal, where intrepid Observer journalists revealed that more than 50 million Facebook profiles were harvested without consent for political ends, has shaken the worlds of media, politics, even international relations. Facebook itself has also...

SA’s e-visa system in the works

Yesterday at 13:56 PM, via ITWeb

The Department of Home Affairs is working on an e-visa system. The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) …

T-Systems SA names new MD

Yesterday at 13:46 PM, via ITWeb

Dineo Molefe is appointed MD of T-Systems South Africa. Dineo Molefe has been named as the new MD of…

Sentech appoints new COO

Yesterday at 12:23 PM, via ITWeb

Tebogo Leshope, COO at Sentech. Signal distributor Sentech has appointed Tebogo Leshope as chief ope…

A Star Grazed Our Solar System 70,000 Years Ago, Early Humans Likely Saw It

Yesterday at 12:00 PM, via Slashdot

schwit1 shares a report from Some distant objects in our solar system bear the gravitational imprint of a small star’s close flyby 70,000 years ago, when modern humans were already walking the Earth, a new study suggests. In 2015, a team of researchers announced that a red dwarf called Scholzs star apparently grazed the solar system 70,000 years ago, coming closer than 1 light-year...

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