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Facebook calls for a more people-centric security industry

The security industry needs to worry less about technology and more about people, said Facebook’s security boss. Alex Stamos scolded the security industry in the opening keynote of the 2017 Black Hat conference. He said there was too much focus on technically complex “stunt” hacks and not enough on finding ways to help the mass of people stay safe. The problem would only worsen if the industry did not become more diverse and exhibit more empathy, he said. No spies “We have perfected the art of finding problems without fixing…

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More than 80,000 NHS posts vacant, says report

More than 86,000 NHS posts were vacant between January 2017 and March 2017, the latest NHS Digital figures for the health service in England suggest. The report shows the number of vacancies climbed by almost 8,000 compared to the same period in 2016. Nurses and midwives accounted for the highest proportion of shortages, with 11,400 vacant posts in March 2017. The data included job adverts published on the NHS Jobs website between February 2015 and March 2017. Nurse shortages The figures suggest there were 30,613 full-time equivalent vacancies in England…

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Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, July 25: Sanchez wants Man City move, Chelsea set for MORE signings, Wilshere to join Turkish club?

talkSPORT.com bring you all the latest headlines and top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers… Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez is willing to take a pay cut in order to move to Manchester City and wants his future resolved in August. (The Independent) Chelsea manager Antonio Conte will be given a further £150million to spend this summer, with the Italian keen on Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, Juventus full-back Alex Sandro and is keeping tabs on Inter Milan winger Antonio Candreva. (Daily Mirror) Lucas Perez wants to leave Arsenal after feeling “cheated”…

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The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth will enjoy Birkdale win more than any other

Media playback is not supported on this device Final leaderboard -12 Spieth (US); -9 Kuchar (US); -6 Li (Chn); -5 McIlroy (NI), Cabrera-Bello (Spa) Selected: -4 Southgate (Eng), Grace (SA), Koepka (US); -3 Casey (Eng), Stenson (Swe); -2 Wood (Eng), Poulter (Eng); Level Ramsay (Sco); +1 Westwood (Eng) Drysdale (Sco), Fleetwood (Eng), Johnston (Eng) Jordan Spieth says he will enjoy his Open victory more than anything he has achieved in golf after playing the “best five-hole stretch of his life”. Spieth lost his three-shot overnight lead by the turn on…

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Comic-Con day 3 recap: Black Panther, Stranger Things, Westworld and more

A round-up of the film and TV events that made headlines on the second day of Comic-Con 2017. Warner Bros presents Blade Runner 2049, Justice League and Ready Player One Jared Leto showed up – via hologram and in shocking pink trousers – to introduce the Blade Runner sequel session. Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford and director Denis Villeneuve were in attendance to show off new footage and talk about making the movie. Ford even addressed the long-held debate as to whether his character, Rick Deckard, is human or a replicant….

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GB secure three more gold medals at World Para-athletics Championships

British trio Sophie Hahn, Aled Davies and Georgie Hermitage each claimed their second gold medals on the ninth day of the World Para-athletics Championships in London. Hahn won the T38 100m, emulating her achievement in the 200m, with team-mate Kadeena Cox second. Hermitage added T37 100m gold to her 400m title and Davies, already the F42 discus champion, claimed shot put gold. Jonathan Broom-Edwards took silver in the T44 high jump. It takes Britain’s total medal tally to 35, surpassing the 31 won in Doha two years ago and closing…

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Are there more women in leading TV roles?

In the week the BBC announced it was casting a woman as Doctor Who for the first time, it also revealed that only a third of its highest-paid stars are women. Headlines about women’s equality, or otherwise, in British TV abounded. It got the Reality Check team thinking about whether Jodie Whittaker’s appointment as the first female Doctor was a sign of changing times, or is news from the BBC’s payroll a more accurate barometer of female fortunes in entertainment? In essence: are more women getting lead roles in TV…

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