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UK already undergoing disruptive climate change - Last year was the third warmest, fifth wettest and eight sunniest on record in the UK, scientists warn.

Hillsborough: Fan injured in stadium disaster dies 32 years later - Andrew Devine's family say the coroner's ruling confirms him as the 97th victim of the 1989 tragedy.

Tokyo Olympics: Australian athletics team isolating after close contact with Covid-19 case - Multiple members of the Australian athletics team are isolating after coming into close contact with American pole vaulter Sam Kendricks, who has tested positive for Covid-19.

International cruises from England to restart - People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will not have to isolate.

Richer parents pressured teachers on exam grades - Sharp-elbowed parents have chased better grades in this year's replacement exams, a study says.

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'Woefully insufficient': Biden administration's assessment of critical infrastructure protection - Memorandum details plans to turn that around with rapid development of security baselines, not mandates The Biden administration has issued a National Security Memorandum on Improving Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure Control Systems to address what it describes as a "woefully insufficient" security posture.…

Over 100 Taiwanese political figures' messages leaked outta LINE app - Attack turned off encryption function, which made snooping rather easier Law enforcement agencies in Taiwan are investigating a cyberattack on over 100 local political figures and dignitaries who used the messaging app LINE.…

AWS to retire classic EC2 – the compute service that started the IaaS rush - You've got a year to sort yourself out if you're still using 'em Comment Amazon Web Services has announced the retirement of its third cloud service: the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, aka EC2 Classic.…

I'm feeling lucky: Google, Facebook say workers must be vaccinated before they return to offices - As web search giant stalls end to work-from-home to mid-October Google employees can continue working from home until October 18 – after the web giant pushed back the date for staff to return to its offices from mid-September.…

Er, no, we would like to continue suing Facebook, US state AGs tell courts - Legal eagles determined to overturn decision to throw out antitrust lawsuit targeting Instagram, Whatsapp acquisitions Attorneys General from 46 US states, plus Guam and Washington DC, have appealed a district court’s decision to dismiss their antitrust lawsuit against Facebook that claims the social media giant illegally acquired its competitors to maintain a monopoly.…