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    Fifty-one percent "support" for Uber shows how split Brits are on whether the app should continue in London.
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    Look beyond the headline and it's clear -- research shows kids trust each other's opinions more than YouTubers'.
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    Campaigners argue that the supply chain is too vast and databases are too "leaky" to ensure that GDPR is observed.
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