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Just Say No • Demonstrators outside the French Senate speak out against the Global Security Law which was debated by lawmakers on March 16. Opponents claim the law authorizes the use of cameras, video surveillance and drones by the police. Meanwhile, the protesters are angry the law also restricts the filming of the police during their operations, which alarms journalists and activists. They say civil liberties and press freedom could be compromised.
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A Marshall Plan for Moms • Nonprofit CEO Reshma Saujani wants to help women rebuild lives that have been upended by the pandemic. Washington is taking notice—and so are critics
Making Zoom More Personal • Virtual meeting fatigue is growing and can dampen morale. Here’s how to create a feeling of closeness when you’re physically far away
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Looking Forward, Not Back • After a tsunami, the people of Miyagi rebuilt better
Is Bitcoin Too Big to Fail? • IT’S NOT JUST THE HOI POLLOI WHO ARE POWERING THE CRYPTO-CURRENCY’S RISE. NOW THE FINANCIAL ESTABLISHMENT HAS ADDED ITS CONSIDERABLE FUEL TO THE BITCOIN ROCKETSHIP
A CRYPTO CHEAT SHEET • Not up to speed on the basics of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies? Newsweek editorial director Hank Gilman got the lowdown from DAN ROBERTS, editor-in-chief of the cryptocurrency website Decrypt.
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SyFy’s Killer from Space with a Heart • The network’s Resident Alien is an unlikely mix of comedy, drama and suspense. The series, which has found an audience at time when new shows get canceled fast, has just been renewed for a second season
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