Children hold leaders primarily responsible, not entitled

Important strides have been made in recent years in uncovering children’s knowledge about hierarchical social relationships. Much of these have focused on dominance, a hierarchy in which individuals defer to others out of fear or intimidation. In a new study published in Child Development researchers from Central European University and Bar-Ilan University begin to explore […]

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U.S. government appeals judge’s ruling to block WeChat app store ban

The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it was appealing a judge’s decision to block the government from barring Apple Inc AAPL.O and Alphabet Inc’s GOOGL.O Google from offering Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for download in U.S. app stores. The government said it was appealing the Sept. 19 preliminary junction issued by U.S. Magistrate Judge […]

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Google Messages app will help declutter your inbox by auto-deleting OTP texts after 24 hours

Google is working on a feature that will let its Messages app detect one-time passwords (OTPs) messages piling up your SMS inbox and automatically delete them after 24 hours.With the average user regularly accessing dozens of online services and accounts, using multi-factor authentication (MFA) means they’ll often have lots of expired OTP messages clogging their […]

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