Reporting on Trump and Putin amid the war on truth

Guardian foreign correspondent Luke Harding on holding power to account and challenging the rise of fake news A retired spy and his daughter are found slumped on a park bench in Salisbury. Someone tried to kill them. The poison is says the would-be assassins are officers with Russian military intelligence.…

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What you need to know ahead of the EU copyright vote

European Union lawmakers are facing a major vote on digital copyright reform proposals on Wednesday — a process that has set the Internet’s hair fully on fire. Here’s a run down of the issues and what’s at stake… Article 13 The most controversial component of the proposals concerns user-generated content…

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The World’s First Hands-Free Social Media Money Magnet

Would you rather… Blindly toss thousands of dollars at Facebook ads, guessing what your visitors would want to buy and hoping you will maybe break even? OR Use a revolutionary set and forget, hands-free system that will completely automate your social media marketing. Generating an unlimited stream of leads and…

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