WikiLeaks claims Samsung TVs are spying on you
09 March 2017 | 4:49 am
For a company that has been mired in negative headlines for months, just about the last thing Samsung Electronics Co. needed was news its smart TVs could be used to spy on users.
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Denmark's complicity in the NSA spying scandal against German politicians has been revealed in a joint European media investigation.
Pedro Castillo's ouster has led to violent anti-government demonstrations across Peru. The ruling could inflame protests, with Castillo's supporters urging his release and the resignation of his successor, Dina Boluarte.
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Ayomide Sotubo and James Agberebi on The Nutmeg talk about current football stories. Graham Potter has finally been shown the exit door at Chelsea. That's the 12th managerial sacking in the Premier League season. There is so much more to discuss in this episode.
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Disputes in Russian society do not pose a threat to Vladimir Putin's government, says Bruno Kahl, head of Germany's foreign intelligence service. He argues Moscow has enough recruits and equipment for the war.
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