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The Wall Street Journal
· ‘Lost in Thought’ Review: The Life of the Mind →
There is, Zena Hitz argues in “Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of an Intellectual Life,” truth...
· Pandemic worrying you more than your parents, but it’s them most at risk? You’re not alone →
“It took me a couple of weeks to realise I was doing the hide away and now make a conscious effort to ring my friends – I actually have a weekly schedule.”
· Under-fire Nicaragua reports significant rise in COVID-19 cases →
A prominent Nicaraguan NGO, Citizen Observatory, said the government is hiding the real extent of the crisis.
The China Post
· California sues over sex misconduct on ‘Criminal Minds’ set →
Complaints to human resources did not result in meaningful discipline against St. Johns, and investigations by the corporate defendants were toothless and designed to hide the misconduct, the suit says.
The New York Times
· Twitter Grapples Anew With Its Trump Conundrum →
OAKLAND, Calif. — Twitter said last year that it would hide tweets of world leaders behind a warning label if their messages incited harassment or violence.
· A new YA novel about teens, racism and rape culture finds resonance amid pandemic →
Kelly Yang: With what happened at the dog park, two of them were with me, so there was no way I could hide it from them.
· The Malignant Cruelty of Donald Trump →
He’s claimed that climate change is “a total and very expensive hoax” by China’s government, that a cybersecurity company framed Russia for election interference, that Ukraine was hiding Hillary Clinton’s missing emails, and that voter fraud cost him the popular vote in 2016.
· Audi drops driver for secretly using a ringer to compete in virtual race →
He also says he didn’t pay Hoerzing, and claims that not using a VPN to hide the Austrian sim racer’s IP address is proof that they weren’t trying to cover it up.
· Twitter plans to expand its misinformation labels—but will they apply to Trump? →
Twitter also recently introduced a system of warnings that hide a tweet, requiring the user to click through to view it.