Now, it appears it may already be happening. The scientist behind the effort, He Jiankui, did not reply to a list of questions about whether the undertaking had produced a live birth. Reached by telephone, he declined to comment. However, data submitted as part of the trial listing shows that genetic tests have been carried out on fetuses as late as 24 weeks, or six months. He also released a promotional video about his project.
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Facebook sidesteps the App Store and rewards teenagers and adults to download the Research app and give it root access to network traffic in what may be a violation of Apple policy so the social network can decrypt and analyze their phone activity, a TechCrunch investigation confirms. Facebook admitted to TechCrunch it was running the Research program to gather data on usage habits. Facebook even asked users to screenshot their Amazon order history page. Seven hours after this story was published, Facebook told TechCrunch it would shut down the iOS version of its Research app in the wake of our report.
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Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Deng Senshan, 15, was pronounced dead early Sunday, one day after his parents sent him to Qihang Salvation Training Camp in the southern city of Nanning to cure his Internet obsession, the state-run China Daily said. The camp's counselors put Deng in solitary confinement after he arrived, scolded him for running too slowly and later beat him to death, the paper cited Deng's father as saying.
August 15, Chinese teen internet addict dies after rehab The first country to declare internet addiction a clinical disorder, China is estimated to be home to millions of primarily young men who spend hours online A Chinese teen has died after spending less than 48 hours at a centre that treats internet addicts, shining a spotlight on the controversial facilities that seek to unlatch people from their screens. The first country to declare internet addiction a clinical disorder, China is estimated to be home to millions of primarily young men who spend hours online. The parents of Li Ao, 18, had tried everything they could think of to cure his internet addiction: