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Google’s new Chrome extension settles debate over ‘backspace’ key

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You probably didn’t know it but Google Chrome users have been fiercely divided over the function of the backspace key. Now Google is looking to make peace with a new Chrome extension. 

Before we get to the extension itself, a bit of backstory: prior to a recent Chrome update, hitting the backspace key would navigate you back within your browser. This was either the most infuriating shortcut ever or the best shortcut ever, depending on who you asked.

The first group, however, ultimately won out with Google removing the feature as “many people lost their progress while working online by accidentally pressing backspace and leaving a page.”  Read more…

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Telstra allegedly withdraws from marriage equality debate under church pressure

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Allegedly under pressure from the Catholic Church, Australia’s largest telecommunications provider will not be participating in the public campaign in support of same-sex marriage, a new report suggests.

According to The Australian, Archdiocese of Sydney business manager Michael Digges approached a number of companies who had given permission for their logo to be used in a newspaper advertisement in support of marriage equality in May 2015. 

He suggested the church could withdraw business from participating companies, including Telstra, which reportedly serves Catholic schools around Australia. Read more…

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