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Kerstin wanted to learn what site changes would drive more visitors to subscribe to Soulmates’ dating services.
She aimed to gather learnings through a combination of qualitative data from user research and quantitative data from A/B testing.
Asked if potential offences include those under section 58a of the Terrorism Act 2000, she replied: ‘Broadly, yes.’ This states it is illegal to ‘elicit’ any information about members of the security services, including MI5 and GCHQ.
The Island project is a digitization effort carried out by Robertson Library at UPEI and its partners with the goal of creating a searchable, online collection of the Island’s historic newspapers.
They drive a majority of their traffic directly from ads placed on The Guardian’s news pages.
The Island Newspapers collection will illuminate Prince Edward Island's sociocultural and political history through digitized newspapers dating back to the early 1800s.Browse or search our expanding collections to learn more of the events, people, and trends that shaped the early Island.If you would like to contribute to the Island Newspapers project by providing a financial contribution and "adopting" a title, we would like to hear from you.Journalists from The Guardian could face criminal charges for transmitting out of the country top secret documents containing the names of British spies, a senior counter terrorism officer signalled last night.Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick confirmed she is investigating whether the newspaper breached terrorism laws in its handling of tens of thousands of highly classified documents stolen by former US government employee Edward Snowden.