Glassdoor lists the highest-rated CEOs during COVID

If you want flexibility, transparency, and decent health policies, it seems like working in tech pays off.

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  • The website Glassdoor has released their rankings of the top CEOs and companies to work for during the pandemic.
  • The rankings were based on a study of reviews placed on their website by employees which mentioned COVID or CEO performance.
  • The study isn't quite definitive, but offers an insight into what employees want during times of crisis.
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New invention promises quantum internet that can't be hacked

Breakthrough technology uses multiplexing entanglement to make an ultra-secure quantum internet.

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  • Scientists devise the largest-ever quantum communications network.
  • The technology is much cheaper than previous attempts and promises to be hacker-proof.
  • The 'multiplexing' system devised by the researchers splits light particles that carry information.
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How viral social media memes trigger real-world violence

What responsibility should government authorities and Big Tech take in policing the spread of sedition-oriented content?

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  • It can be hard to believe that comical images online are enough to rile people up enough that they'll actually attack.
  • Originating in the darker corners of the internet, Bugaloo is now prominent on mainstream online platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
  • The Network Contagion Research Institute's recent series of Contagion and Ideology Reports uses machine learning to examine how memes spread.
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3 ways bulk email verification can prevent free trial abuse

Businesses have learned how to mend the weak spots in free trial marketing.

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  • Free trials are an excellent marketing tool but people can take advantage of the system by using disposable emails, jumping from one free trial to the next.
  • You can use free trial marketing to great effect if you know how to protect your business against those who want to take advantage.
  • Here are 3 ways to identify email addresses that will never lead to a genuine sale and remove them from your lists.
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Anxiety related internet searches hit new high during pandemic

More people are looking up panic and anxiety attacks in quarantine.

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  • A new study finds that searches for terms related to "anxiety attack" spiked after COVID reached America.
  • The increase was largest around the time the U.S. surpassed China in number of cases.
  • The study can't prove that anxiety rates have gone up, but other surveys suggest they have.
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