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The New York Times
· The Virus Has Wrecked Some Families. It Has Brought Others Closer. →
What is known as “quality time,” until recently carved out here and there, starts early now in the Milioto house in Brooklyn’s Bath Beach section, right after Mom and Dad have their coffee.
· Eracing round-up: Rock star's guitar lessons to get F1 drive →
After curating F1's official playlistexternal-link recently, Simon Neil - lead singer of Scottish stadium rockers Biffy Clyro - has fallen so in love with the sport he's obsessed with becoming good enough to partake in a Virtual Formula 1 GP.
· Corrections and clarifications →
The clue should have been: “Unusually daring type of dressing”.• Other recently amended articles include:James Cousins review – power and creative vision in three short filmsPlans for contact-tracing in doubt as app not ready until June
· Yemeni gravediggers overwhelmed amid spike in virus deaths →
The key southern port has recently witnessed a new chapter of political infighting between and government forces and southern separatists who declared self-rule last month, leaving health authorities in disarray.
· This cellist is spending quarantine recording delightful retro multitracks →
Now, the London-based cellist is spending quarantine arranging elaborate covers of pop culture classics for her YouTube channel — including, most recently, the Knight Rider theme.
· Huawei: UK takes stock of how US sanctions will affect 5G role →
The US defence secretary, Mark Esper, recently reiterated the warning that “if countries choose to go the Huawei route it could well jeopardise all the information sharing and intelligence sharing we have been talking about, and that could undermine the alliance, or at least our relationship with that country”.
· No bad bank yet: Govt plans reforms in asset recast space →
Separately, chief economic advisor Krishnamurthy V Subramanian recently told FE that several “important considerations need to be kept in mind” while assessing the desirability of a bad bank.
· Covid-19: Why widespread use of Aarogya Setu needed →
There were concerns from the general public, privacy rights advocates, security analysts, lawyers, an ethical hacker based in France, and recently Justice BN Srikrishna (one of the architects of the draft Data Protection Bill) raised questions about the app’s policies on the collection, storage, security, transmission, and its effects on the data privacy of Indian citizens.
· China raises US trade tensions with warning of ‘new cold war’ →
Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre is expected to conclude that recently announced US sanctions against Huawei will make it impossible to use the Chinese company’s technology as planned.
· The Match: Tiger Woods & Peyton Manning v Phil Mickelson & Tom Brady – live! →
He also has a 5-3-1 advantage over Woods in the nine times they have played in the final round on the PGA Tour, most recently in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2012 when Mickelson shot 64 to a 75 for Woods.