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Fans Pour Funding—and Faith—Into a Hit Drama About Jesus

Crowdfunding has raised millions for ‘The Chosen,’ an ambitious series exploring characters from the New Testament. Fans have already chipped in enough for three seasons—and are driving ticket sales for a Christmas special coming to movie theaters.

Scottish Government’s Vax Passport Sending People’s Private Data To Amazon, Microsoft

"Data has been shared with third parties without people having the option to opt out or without even being made aware that this is happening"

Camera Catches Video Conversion Software ‘Handbrake’ and ‘Format Factory’ on Prosecution’s Laptop

The defense in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse has moved for a mistrial on the basis that the prosecution withheld crucial evidence.

Catholic Student Suspended From Football After Allegedly Insisting There Are Two Genders. Now He’s Suing The School District.

A New Hampshire high school boy who is a practicing Catholic was suspended from playing football for one game after an exchange off-campus in which he allegedly insisted there are only two genders. Now he and his mother are suing the school district.

Facebook Sued for $100B—Negative Effects on Children

Attorney General Dave Yost of Ohio has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, which was recently rebranded Meta, for its algorithms' negative impact on minors.

Over 2 Million At-Home COVID Tests Recalled Over False Positives

The Australian medical technology company Ellume has recalled over 2 million of its at-home COVID-19 tests over potential false positives.

Apple loses appeal in epic battle against payment monopoly

A US federal judge has denied Apple’s request for a pause on a previous court order forcing the company to allow app makers to implement their own payment systems, after the tech giant was sued over alleged antitrust violations.

iPhone Adding ‘Vaccine Card’ in Latest Update

"With iOS 15, you can securely store verifiable versions of your COVID-19 vaccination and test result records in the Health app on your iPhone or iPod touch."

‘Delete Google Chrome on your phone’: Privacy Invasion Alarm for Mobile Phone Users

QUICK FACTS: According to a new Forbes article, mobile phone users who have Chrome installed on their phone face significant privacy risks, and users should...

Is Facebook Bad for You? 360 Million Users Say Yes, Company Documents Show

The app hurts sleep, work, relationships or parenting for about 12.5% of users, who reported they felt Facebook was more of a problem than other social media.

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