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Study finds anti-piracy messages backfire, especially for men

Hack attack. Wikipedia, CC BY-SA Threatening messages aimed to prevent digital piracy have the opposite effect if you’re a man, a new study from the University of Portsmouth has found. According to the research, women tend to respond positively to this kind of messaging, but men typically increase their piracy behaviors by 18%. The study

Death tolls from climate disasters will ‘balloon’ without investment in Africa’s weather stations, experts warn

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain The climate crisis is increasing the frequency and intensity of floods, droughts and heat waves, with Africa expected to be among the global regions hit hardest. Yet the systems and technologies across the continent that monitor and forecast weather events and changes to water levels are “missing, outmoded or malfunctioning”—leaving African

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