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French retailer apologises for insulting its 'stupid' customers

Paris - French high-tech retailer Boulanger apologised Saturday for vitriolic comments about its customers in its computer files and promised an internal investigation.

'World's angriest AI' being built to train call centre staff

An AI company in New Zealand has tasked itself with building the angriest robot ever made. It has invested over £200,000 into the product which is intended to help companies deliver better customer service by telling them how to understand angry callers.

Free Speech in UK: Rowan Atkinson and the right to insult people

British actor and comedian, Rowan Atkinson has given his full support to a newly launched campaign aimed at reforming the UK’s controversial insults law. The campaign relates to Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986.

Op-Ed: The strange case of Andrew Mitchell

London - This morning Conservative Chief Whip, Andrew Mitchell, made a public apology for not showing police officers "the respect they deserve". Yet, it was a very odd apology, for Mr Mitchell denied the offending words "attributed" to him.

Op-Ed: Using insults in politics – ‘Don’t do as I do, do as I say’

‘Nazi’, ‘son of a bitch’, flunky’, ‘fascist’, French politicians use these terms often to insult each other, but citizens are punished by the law for insulting teachers, the police and, of course, politicians. Double standards? You bet.

Op-Ed: Canadians insulted after Fox News shows its true colours, again

A recent airing of Fox's "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" had commentators insulting Canada's military and people. The show aired on March 17 after an announcement about Canadian personnel and equipment shortages.

OP/Ed The "New" Form of Aggression: Insults and Innuendo

Psychological Warfare: Is our society truly enlightened or have we found a new form of non-physical warfare that is protected by the law?

Jersey to Schoolkids: "Don't Use Your Words!"

In New Jersey, this week schools are having "No Name Calling Week" - a time in which schoolyard bullies are encouraged to NOT use insults or other hateful remarks. Anyone else foresee this leading to violence??
 

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