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Tuesday January 28th, 2020 morning edition

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Think Goop is bad? It's only the tip of Netflix's pseudoscience iceberg

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But if you think The Goop Lab sounds bad, then you might want to take a look at what Netflix’s algorithms offer you next.

Goop on psychedelics isn’t bad, it’s just boring TV Goop on psychedelics isn’t bad, it’s just boring.

What The Goop Lab gets right (and wrong) about sex Sex What The Goop Lab gets right (and wrong) about sex. »

The 'Race To 5G' Is A Giant Pile Of Lobbyist Nonsense

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The 'Race To 5G' Is A Giant Pile Of Lobbyist Nonsense.

Yes, 5G is important in that it will provide faster, more resilient networks when it's finally deployed at scale years from now.

Enter former Representative Mike Rogers, who last week announced he was heading a new 501(c)4 group dubbed 5G Action Now. »

Prince Andrew has given 'zero cooperation' in Jeffrey Epstein sex crime investigation, federal prosecutors say

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Prince Andrew The Duke of York arrives at the Headquarters of CrossRail in Canary Wharf on March 7, 2011 in London, England.

Berman spoke to reporters outside of Epstein's luxurious townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side, the site of many of his alleged misdeeds.

Melania Trump, Prince Andrew, Gwendolyn Beck and Jeffrey Epstein at a party at the Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, February 12, 2000. »

Lady Gaga Criticizes Music Pirates with Pirated Photos. Shutterstock Responds

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Problem was, Lady Gaga’s Tweet used “pirated” stock photos that had “Shutterstock” watermarks splashed across them, and this unauthorized usage didn’t escape the company’s notice.

On January 22nd, after “Stupid Love” leaked, went viral, and then started getting taken down on Twitter, Lady Gaga Tweeted the message “can y’all stop” with two stock photos of a girl wearing a ski mask while listening to music.

The message was clear: fans listening to and spreading the leaked track were furthering music piracy. »