Royal London One-Day Cup: In-form Warwickshire see off Essex at Chelmsford

° SkySports ° Warwickshire kept alive their hopes of completing a domestic treble, defeating Essex by 67 runs to reach the last four of the Royal London One-Day Cup. Rikki Clarke top scored with 68 in an excellent 271-7 for the Bears before then picking up 3-40 with the … ° The Guardian ° Sportinglife.com ° BBC News ° °

The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz review

° The Guardian ° Essential viewing for anyone interested in what freedom of information means in the digital age, this passionate, fascinating, unapologetically partial but fair documentary celebrates Aaron Swartz, a programming-genius-turned-hacktivist, whose work and … ° Financial Times ° Little White Lies ° EFF ° °

Motorcyclist banned after posting video of himself plunging 40ft from cliff on …

° Daily Mail ° A motorbike rider who was arrested for dangerous driving after posting a video of himself narrowly missing a car before tumbling down a cliff online has been banned from the roads. The video shows Jack Sanderson, 21, overtaking two other motorcyclists on … ° BBC News ° Mirror.co.uk ° Manchester Evening News ° °

Apple tell developers they may not sell personal health data to advertisers

° The Guardian ° Its new rules clarify that developers who build apps that tap into HealthKit can collect the data it holds. Photograph: Mark Lennihan/AP. Apple has tightened its privacy rules relating to health apps ahead of next month's product launch, which is expected to see … ° Irish Times ° Mashable ° The Mac Observer ° °

Busted at boundary: Alberta inspectors intercept boats with zebra mussels

° Lethbridge Herald ° Do you worry that Tim Hortons will lose its Canadian identity as a result of its sale to Burger King? Yes; No. View Results. Loading … Follow The Lethbridge Herald on Twitter @LethHerald Latest Tweet. By The Canadian Press on August 28, 2014. ° 660 News ° CBC.ca ° Calgary Herald ° °

Capturing 20 years of Jason Lim’s performance art

° TODAYonline ° SINGAPORE — The sentiment behind the show's title — Latin for “time flies” — is appropriate for a two-decade survey of Singaporean artist Jason Lim's performance art, given that the genre, driven by time and change, might be the most transient form of … ° The Straits Times ° °