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Was vom Tage übrig blieb: Facebook in Sachsen-Anhalt, Bargeld in Hong Kong und Airbnb für die Natur

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Die Fenster sind offen, auch wenn der Himmel bedeckt ist.Während das Land Sachsen-Anhalt öffentlichkeitswirksam Facebook verlässt, entwickelt das BKA im Verborgenen neue Leitlinien für das Terrorabwehrzentrum. Airbnb wird zum Urlaubsplaner und in Hong Kong zahlen Demonstrant:innen lieber mit Bargeld, um nicht überwacht zu werden. Die besten Reste des Tages....

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