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FACIAL RECOGNITION: Time to regulate?

A court case in the UK is challenging the police's use of facial recognition technology: taking pictures of people in public, and comparing them with a database of suspects. Is it a vital policing tool or a threat to people's rights and privacy?

Roundtable: Multiculturalism

Roundtable: Multiculturalism

Roundtable: UK centrism

Roundtable: UK centrism

Roundtable: Power economics

Roundtable: Power economics

Roundtable: The Data Economy

Roundtable: The Data Economy

The world's richest took more than half of all new wealth since 2020

The world's richest took more than half of all new wealth since 2020

Oil prices fall as US recession fears mount

Oil prices fall as US recession fears mount

UK inflation falls slightly to 10.5%, core CPI unchanged

UK inflation falls slightly to 10.5%, core CPI unchanged

Asian shares trade at 7-month highs ahead of US consumer price data

Asian shares trade at 7-month highs ahead of US consumer price data

Coinbase to slash 20% of workforce in second major round of cuts

Coinbase to slash 20% of workforce in second major round of cuts

Brazilian President Lula vows to reverse Bolsonaro era policies

Brazilian President Lula vows to reverse Bolsonaro era policies

Turkiye's biggest Fintech Summit took place in Istanbul

Turkiye's biggest Fintech Summit took place in Istanbul

Global growth expected to be as weak next year as 2009

Global growth expected to be as weak next year as 2009

Türkiye launches probe on FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried

Türkiye launches probe on FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried

Oil prices sink as EU considers price cap on Russian oil

Oil prices sink as EU considers price cap on Russian oil

New Zealand central bank delivers its biggest ever rate hike

New Zealand central bank delivers its biggest ever rate hike

Dollar steadies as China pandemic fears linger

Dollar steadies as China pandemic fears linger

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