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The internet. What a wonderful, magical thing! Where you can surf the web for hours - watch cat videos until your eyes hurt, check out your mum’s latest holiday photos on Facebook, or scan Google for answers to important questions like ‘why is the sky blue?’ and ‘does Gordon Brown have a glass eye?’

A deluge of information is readily available at the click of a button, or the swipe of a screen. Buy, sell, enquire about holidays, books, cars, CDs and DVDs, insurance policies, train tickets - just about anything you want.

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Spy cameras come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Many are so technologically advanced that they can be fitted into just about anything - from wristwatches and glasses to mobile phones and pens.

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It’s unlikely that all of us live in ‘Pleasantville’, where the streets are peaceful and your neighbours are quiet and considerate all of the time. If the only drama occurring in your neighbourhood is a fireman rescuing a cat from a tree, or the local girl guide squad selling warm chocolate chip cookies, then this article probably isn’t for you.

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Upset, anxious, nervous, angry - just some of the emotions you may be feeling if you suspect a cheating partner. Does your gut tell you your partner is being unfaithful, but you have no proof? Unless you have solid evidence, the situation could backfire or put tremendous strain on your relationship.

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In April 2012, BBC Panorama went undercover in a bid to reveal the shocking treatment of elderly residents in care homes around the UK. The documentary was sparked by a concerned relative using a hidden camera to record the suspected abuse of an elderly relative by carers in the facility.

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With just over two months until Christmas(!) it might be time to consider purchasing your presents sooner rather than later. Fortunately, the rise of internet shopping means that we no longer have to contend with the crowds of shoppers or form hour-long queues at the checkouts.

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Today’s cities are alive with cutting-edge technology - cameras, smartphones, computers, etc. Streets, roads, homes and offices are all thriving hubs of digital innovation. Technology connects us - people, businesses and communities. It helps us to gather information and keep up-to-date with what’s going on in the world. It is an integral part of our lifestyles.

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Data hacking was a serious point of contention in 2015 - and what a productive year is was for online data thieves! 37 million Ashley Madison users had their information leaked to the public, and 15 million T-mobile customers had their security breached.

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With more and more cycle lanes cropping up around the UK; bike-to-work schemes offering employee incentives; and people wanting to avoid traffic in the towns and cities, it's no wonder that people are frequently opting for a cycle ride rather than a car journey. 

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On 8th August 2016, a listening device was found in a Sydney hotel room where New Zealand rugby team, the All Blacks, were staying prior to their Rugby Championship. The device, hidden in a hotel chair, was located during a routine security check and said to have been used to gain information about the team’s tactics and game plans.

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