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What is the word of the year for 2022? For the first time ever, Oxford is letting you decide...Spent much time in the metaverse in 2022? Or perhaps you've been in goblin mode?
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News video: Mousetrap finally heads for Broadway after 70 years

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Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap will open on Broadway next year for the first time after 70 years on the London stage. The world’s longest-running play, which has been watched by over 10 million theatre-goers, was first staged in London in 1952 and has never been performed in New York. Producer...

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Iran Enforcing Modesty Laws With Facial Recognition Technology [Video]

Iran Enforcing Modesty Laws With Facial Recognition Technology

Iran Enforcing Modesty Laws , With Facial Recognition Technology. Iran Enforcing Modesty Laws , With Facial Recognition Technology. Gizmodo reports that the Iranian government is using facial recognition systems to target and penalize women who violate the country's strict hijab laws. Gizmodo reports that the Iranian government is using facial recognition systems to target and penalize women who violate the country's strict hijab laws. According to University of Oxford researcher Mahsa Alimardani, women in Iran have been receiving mail citations for violating the law without ever meeting law enforcement face-to-face. Similarly, Iranian expat Saezamineh Shadi told 'Wired' that multiple women had received citations days after attending protests. Iran has been cracking down on protesters since the September death of a 22-year-old Kurdish woman at the hands of the country's morality police sparked nationwide protests. Gizmodo reports that the widespread protests have led to the arrest of over 19,000 activists and the deaths of at least 300 people. Previously, Iranian officials had said that the government planned on using surveillance technology to monitor public spaces. Gizmodo reports that the nation's surveillance efforts are aided by a government ID system in Iran that utilizes face scans and other biometric identifiers. . Gizmodo reports that Iran's surveillance efforts have included creating their own internal intranet which is separate from the world wide web. Similar efforts to create isolated, government controlled internet systems have already been put in place in China and Russia. The Iranian government has also repeatedly shut down access to global internet platforms amid the recent wave of protests. The Iranian government has also repeatedly shut down access to global internet platforms amid the recent wave of protests

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