'Get In The Know': Kamala Harris Vogue cover causes a stir, Data privacy and so much more!

Kamala Harris Vogue cover causes a stir, data privacy, and a reunion!

Kamala Harris is making headlines for her latest magazine cover. 

Kamala Harris

Vice-President-elect of the United States, Kamala Harris, is on the cover Vogue magazine. Two versions of what will be the cover have been shared online and sparked criticism from fans and fashion designers. 

READ: Biden picks Kamala Harris to be first black woman VP

It seems Harris herself was taken aback by the image choice from the magazine. The hotly-debated image has Harris pictured in a black jacket and Converse sneakers, which many felt was too 'casual' for not only such an important cover star, but also for Vogue magazine, which is an influential American fashion and lifestyle publication. 

See the cover image below: 

One social media user summed up the general consensus of the cover by saying the following: 

A source familiar with discussions said Harris' team believed the cover would feature her posing in a light blue suit against a gold background.

That image, however, will be used for the interview spread inside the magazine. 

Stacey Norman was left feeling uninspired by the cover choice, too, stating that the magazine could have done so much better to celebrate this historic moment of the first female deputy president of the United States. 

What do you think of the Vogue cover featuring Kamala Harris? 

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WhatsApp has faced global backlash after publishing an addendum to its privacy policy, which users will be required to accept by 8 February 2021 to continue using the application.

READ: You could lose WhatsApp access if you don't share your data with Facebook

In simple terms, Mark Zuckerberg wants us to agree to share our phone numbers, location, and other data which will be collected by Facebook and its subsidiaries. 

Since this announcement, many have chosen to already delete their WhatsApp, while other giants in the tech industry have vocalised their support of other messaging apps.

The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, has also added his two cents by sharing just two words: 'Use Signal'. 

READ: Elon Musk surpasses Bill Gates, 'The Queen's Gambit' takes first spot, The Undertaker retires, and more

Signal, like Telegram, are two alternative platforms touted as competitors of WhatsApp. 

Telegram claims to offer greater privacy as well as end-to-end encryption, and collects far less personal data.

Have you moved and are you planning on moving to Telegram? 

New York city's favourite TV girls are back!

Well, albeit without one original cast member. 

It has been 17 years since the very first episode of 'Sex and The City' aired and it has been confirmed by its lead star, Sarah Jessica Parker, that the fan favourite show will be returning! 

The reboot will star three of the four original leads of the hit '90s show, with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis set to reprise the roles of Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte.

Unfortunately, Kim Cattrall, who starred as Samantha, won't return for the rebooted series. Fans will be disappointed by her absence but also will not be surprised as it has been documented that Cattrall has had a feud with Sarah Jessica Parker for many years. 

Described by HBO Max as a "new chapter" of the hit '90s and '00s show, the 10-episode series will follow Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte as they navigate their life in their 50s, and is scheduled to begin production in New York in spring.

How exciting! 

We cannot wait to see the fashion and where the girls are at in their lives now. 

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