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Iran to hold online book reading contest to cultivate stay-at-home culture
A book reading contest themed ‘Stay at home and read more books’ will be held on the occasion of Norouz and National Nuclear Technology Day (April 9).
US banks remind customers they can bank online
Banks are talking up their online and mobile banking capabilities to customers as more Americans look to avoid public places amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Italy’s Castello di Rivoli museum to make its exhibitions accessible online
The Castello di Rivoli near the Italian city of Turin, like every other museum in Italy, was forced to close amid the coronavirus epidemic.
UK online Christmas Day spending expected to exceed £1b
Shoppers are forecast to spend more than £1billion online on Christmas Day after retailers lowered prices on Christmas Eve and the last-minute dash to the high street failed to materialize.
'Shopping addiction' can cause harm, and it's moved online
The holidays are peak buying time, and perhaps the worst time of the year for people who simply can't control their urge to shop.
Confidential emails sent by Facebook executives leaked online
Documents posted online on Friday appear to be confidential internal Facebook communications that reveal new details of the company’s treatment of user data.
Use of personal data to ‘rip off’ online shoppers sparks inquiry in UK
The UK government is launching an inquiry into the use of personal data to set individual prices for holidays, cars and household goods, amid rising fears of a consumer rip-off.
32,000 online businesses identified in Iran: Official
The Iranian government has identified 32,000 online businesses in the country, said the secretary of the Association of Online Business.
China exposes corruption in poverty relief online
China's top anti-graft body opened a new section on its website to expose cases of corruption and misconduct in the country's poverty relief drive.
Seniors want to know whom they can trust online
Seniors have grown so concerned about their safety online that some avoid even low-risk activities such as online banking and shopping that could make their lives easier, a U of T study has found.
Online shopping is making you weak and feeble
Without a doubt, the online age has made shopping easier and more accessible.
Talk to your children about online lives every two weeks
A leading charity has urged parents to do more to keep their children safe online as new figures reveal how often young people are exposed to violence, hatred, sexual content, bullying and other inappropriate content when using the Internet.
Controlling UK illegal online pharmacies impossible
It is 'completely impossible' to control the vast numbers of unlicensed pharmacies illegally selling drugs online, the British medical regulatory agency has warned.
Link found between online activity and genes
How many hours you devote to social networking, gaming and other online media may depend on your genes, British researchers report.
Don't smile too big to be effective in online marketing ads
If you're seeking investments through online marketing or crowd-funding websites, be sure to smile in your profile photo or your post. But maybe not too big .
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