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Jodie Marsh melts the internet with outrageous boob snap: 'So amazing'

Entertainment
The reality TV regular, who used to date TOWIE hunk Kirk Norcross, has built a career on her X-rated antics and outrageous photoshoots.So it shouldn't really come as a surprise that her latest online snap is a flesh-flashing exposé.Taking to the official Jodie Marsh Instagram page, the starlet looked hotter than ever as she proudly flaunted her gym-honed body.Leaving as little to the imagination as possible, the red-headed babe slipped into a skimpy purple bra.The tiny garment, which featured kinky metal rings to spice-up her look, meant that 90% of Jodie's tattooed body was on show.Pushing up her enhanced assets, the starlet created a giant cleavage for the camera.Squeezing her chest so much it almost looked painful, Jodie's top battled to keep her modesty in check as she gazed sed...
Internet regulator considered for UK

Internet regulator considered for UK

Technology
The UK government is considering "all options", including a regulator, as part of new legislation governing the internet.It has previously said it will publish a White Paper in the coming months, laying out its proposals.According to Buzzfeed News, the White Paper will propose a regulatory body similar to Ofcom, which regulates broadcasters and telecoms companies.The government told the BBC it would publish the White Paper this winter.But a spokesman for the department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) said it had nothing to share at this time.A cross-party committee investigating misinformation and fake news has already suggested areas for new legislation ahead of the White Paper.In July, it recommended: reforming electoral law for the digital...
EU to give internet firms 1 hour to remove extremist content

EU to give internet firms 1 hour to remove extremist content

Technology
European authorities are planning to slap internet companies like Google, Twitter and Facebook with big fines if they don't take down extremist content within one hour. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a speech Wednesday that the Commission is proposing the new rules as part of efforts to step up the bloc's security. He said that removing material within an hour is important because it's "the critical window in which the greatest damage is done." The EU's executive body said "propaganda that prepares, incites or glorifies acts of terrorism" must be taken offline. Content would be flagged up by national authorities, who would issue removal orders to the internet companies hosting it. Those companies would be given one hour to delete it. The proposal , which still ...
Gemma Collins takes on Kim Kardashian with NAKED pic to melt the internet

Gemma Collins takes on Kim Kardashian with NAKED pic to melt the internet

Entertainment
The outspoken diva took on Kim Kardashian as she stripped off for a string of raunchy shots.Keen to get the internet talking, Gemma picked up her trusty phone and snapped herself in three suggestive shots.In one pic, the Essex gal posed in the kitchen in a white sports bra and underwear combo.Clutching a bottle of milk, she sipped on a glass of the white stuff as her long blonde locks fell past her shoulders. Related Articles The image is a recreation of Kim's milk chugging snap from January this year.Another shot showed Gemma pushing out her booty in a skintight swimsuit.But the most provocative snap came when Gemma recreated Kim's full-frontal naked bathroom shot from 2016.In the original, Kim can be seen in nothing but her birthday suit as she seductively ti...
Sea level rise threatens internet infrastructure, new research shows

Sea level rise threatens internet infrastructure, new research shows

Science
July 17 (UPI) -- Sea level rise threatens the internet, according to a new study by researchers at the universities of Wisconsin and Oregon. Thousands of miles of fiber optic cable are laid beneath several major coastal cities. Large swaths of this vital communications infrastructure could be underwater in less than 15 years, researchers warn. "Most of the damage that's going to be done in the next 100 years will be done sooner than later," Paul Barford, a professor of computer science at Wisconsin, said in a news release. Most people use wireless technology to connect to the world wide web, and cloud computing remains a popular buzzword, but the internet remains rooted in the ground. In addition to cables, rising seas could damage data centers, traffic exchanges and termination points, ...