Technology

Meta, Facebook’s owner, says it has removed a large number of accounts and groups posting pictures and videos of upskirting, following an investigation by BBC News. The BBC found thousands of users openly sharing obscene material of women and girls taken in public without their consent. One man who posted videos of himself stalking schoolgirls
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Maggie Grout started the NGO, Thinking Huts, as a teenager, with the aim of 3D-printing schools in countries where some children lack the opportunity to get an education. She has just printed her first school in Madagascar – only the second 3D-printed school in the world. Printing schools is fast, once the printer is set
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Scammers have been profiting from the war in Ukraine by spreading emotional appeals across the internet and stealing identities. Global Disinformation Reporter Hannah Gelbart investigates their emotionally charged tricks, and follows digital paper trails across the internet Listen to the podcast ‘War scams: The criminals exploiting conflict in Ukraine’ on BBC Sounds. Watch the documentary
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Science fiction film Dune has won six Oscars including the award for best Visual Effects. BBC Click’s Al Moloney spoke to DNEG’s VFX supervisors Tristan Myles and Brian Connor to find out more about the challenges of recreating a harsh desert planet filled with sandworms and flying ships. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick
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The Yorkshire Dales national park in England is a favourite location for walkers, hikers and climbers. If people get into difficulty, teams of volunteers, like those at Swaledale Mountain Rescue, will go out to help them. BBC Click’s Paul Carter spent two days with the team, who are trialling different technologies, to find out how
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