‘Walking miracle’ Tiger Woods calms talk of Masters comeback victory

‘Walking miracle’ Tiger Woods calms talk of Masters comeback victory

Tiger Woods may regard himself as the miracle man but he would not class success in this, the 82nd Masters, as the finest sporting revival story of all time. Speaking at Augusta National on Tuesday, Woods cited the recovery of Ben Hogan from a head-on road collision in 1949 to win multiple majors. “As far as greatest comebacks [go], I think that one of the greatest comebacks in all of sport is the gentleman who won here, Mr Hogan,” Woods said. “I mean, he got hit by a bus and…

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Facebook apologises for storing draft videos users thought they had deleted

Facebook apologises for storing draft videos users thought they had deleted

Facebook continues to deal with the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica files, announcing policy changes and bug fixes aimed at undoing some of the company’s more controversial data collection features. On Monday, Facebook apologised for storing draft videos which users had filmed and then deleted, saying a “bug” resulted in them being indefinitely stored instead. The bug was first reported last week after users discovered videos they had never posted were being stored by the company. The storage was only uncovered when those users attempted to download all the data…

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First Belgian “Plastic Attack” is scheduled for Saturday in Brussels

First Belgian “Plastic Attack” is scheduled for Saturday in Brussels

A “Plastic Attack” operation is planned for the first time in Belgium, on Saturday in the AD Delhaize store on the Anspach Boulevard in Brussels. After making their purchases, activists will remove all the plastic packaging around the products they bought. Plastic Attack is a phenomenon that first saw the light in Great Britain. At the end of March, 25 shoppers in a Bristol supermarket took off all the packaging from the products they had bought in order to draw attention to the amount of plastic waste used to protect…

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