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When the FDA discovers that a supplement is contaminated, it might issue a voluntary recall—and that's about where the action stops.
The data was anonymized, but academics are still concerned about the ethics of the analysis.
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Every Saturday we round up the biggest cybersecurity news of the week.
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As extremists continue to flood social media, Facebook opens up about its efforts to stop them.
Talking about conspiracy theories—even to dispute them—still allows them to spread.