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ICOs: the lawless land of cryptocurrency fundraising

Initial Coin Offerings herald "the democratisation of investment", but in the lawless Wild West of ICOs, the risks are legion.

Paris Hilton released after cocaine arrest

Socialite, celebrity TV and website favourite Paris Hilton has been released by Las Vegas police after her arrest for possessing cocaine on Friday.

Why your reputation needs an online detox

Haunted by a revealing photograph from your drink-mad office party posted on Facebook? Berated by an ex-lover on a blog posting?

Paris Hilton questioned by police after Cup match

Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton was arrested after a World Cup match in South Africa on Friday on suspicion of marijuana possession.

A couple in the nose

Hadley Freeman meets the authors of an intelligent and funny guide to the intangible world of fine fragrance.

No holds barred at SA’s first Sexpo

Meet Max, the Stud Butler. He's an oversized, flesh-coloured ventriloquist's dummy with a bow tie and hard-on -- the world's first hands-free sex toy, available at South Africa's first sex expo, the Sexpo. However, he won't fit discreetly into the underwear drawer, and will probably require a cupboard all to himself.

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