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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - How would you feel about sharing shower facilities with gay or lesbian troops? How about a field tent in wartime?
NEW YORK: In Facebook's vision of the Web, you would no longer be alone and anonymous.
LONDON (Reuters) - The biggest study to date into the effects of mobile-phone usage on long-term health was launched on Thursday, aiming to track at least a quarter of a million of people in five European countries for up to 30 years.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Airport officials on Friday showed off new X-ray scanning machines they will use to screen more passengers with full-body imaging as called for by security advocates, a step that has alarmed civil libertarians.
LONDON (Reuters) - The use of full-body scanners at British airports may breach human rights laws, the country's equality commission said on Tuesday, potentially undermining the latest weapon against terrorism.