Nicole Bogart, Global News

Nicole Bogart

Global News

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Nicole:

Joe Biden continues campaign against sexual assault with chilling PSA

An organization supported by former U.S. vice-president Joe Biden has stirred up a lot of conversation after releasing a chilling PSA regarding sexual assault. → Read More

Italy debates paid ‘menstrual leave’ but experts warn it could increase gender bias at work

Though menstrual leave may be appealing to those who struggle with painful period symptoms, experts warn it could set women back in their careers. → Read More

Update your iPhone to iOS 10.3 and it will free up extra storage space

If you are the type of iPhone user who commonly runs out of space on your device, you'll likely praise Apple for the latest update to its mobile operating system. → Read More

Microsoft handed over email data to UK authorities after London attack

Though the tech giant did not disclose how much, or what kind of information was provided, Microsoft admitted it took swift action to comply with the request, responding to authorities within 30 minutes. → Read More

Your favourite chocolate bars might shrink thanks to Brexit, Cadbury warns

Britain's divorce from the European Union may leave a bitter taste in the mouths of chocolate lovers. → Read More

Electronics all over your home could be spying on you. Here’s how to stop it

In a world where even the most private of devices offer internet-connected features, how do you protect your privacy in your own home? → Read More

Make no mistake, ‘London is open’ after Parliament attack: Messages of hope spread all over London

Online the hashtag #LondonIsOpen began trending, as Londoners shares messages of hope and resilience, urging people to "Keep Calm and Carry On" in light of the attack." → Read More

London Attack: Tributes pour in for slain police officer Keith Palmer

Palmer, 48, was a husband and a father. He was unarmed when the attacker came running towards him. → Read More

Messages of support, resilience flood social media in wake of U.K. Parliament attack

Londoners and foreigners alike flocked to social media Wednesday to share messages of support and spread hope for resilience in light of a deadly terror attack outside the U.K. Parliament. → Read More

British MP gave CPR to stabbed police officer after terror incident outside U.K. Parliament

British Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood is being hailed a hero after giving CPR and mouth-to-mouth to a police officer who was stabbed during a terror incident outside U.K. Parliament. → Read More

Facebook activates ‘Safety Check’ in London after ‘terror incident’ outside U.K. Parliament

Facebook has activated its “Safety Check” feature for users in the London area, after several people were injured on the iconic Westminster Bridge in what police are treating as a terrorist attack. → Read More

Canadian photographer defiant after Facebook ban over nude body positivity series

The series – which goes by the tag line “Showcasing women who don’t want to fit the mold” – features women of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds posing nude, celebrating their body’s true form. → Read More

HBC tightens security after Saks Fifth Avenue website exposes customer info

Hudson's Bay Company has taken steps to tighten its online security after the personal information of some Saks Fifth Avenue customers was exposed online. → Read More

Women are less likely to choke under pressure than men, study finds

Turns out, male players consistently choked under pressure. And when female players did show a drop in performance, they choked half as much as the men. → Read More

Whatever you do, don’t commit these St. Patrick’s Day faux pas

For the love of the Ireland, put down the green beer. → Read More

Whatever you do, don’t commit these St. Patrick’s Day faux pas

For the love of the Ireland, put down the green beer. → Read More

Maxime Bernier wants to close loophole in Safe Third Country Agreement, send refugees back to US

The loophole currently prevents refugees who cross the Canada-U.S. border illegally to be turned away - instead, they are arrested and able to start a claims process to stay in Canada. → Read More

Canadian sex toy maker settles $4M lawsuit claiming We-Vibe tracked private data

A Canadian sex toy manufacturer has agreed to hand over $4 million to settle a privacy lawsuit after it was discovered its "smart vibrator," the We-Vibe Plus 4, secretly collected highly sensitive personal data. → Read More

Stunning photos capture ‘ice house’ on Lake Ontario after 5 days of freezing winds

You may want to keep any complaints about your drafty house, or frustrations about defrosting the car to yourself from here on out. → Read More

With Airbnb Trips, Canadians can now run any kind of local tour they wish

Airbnb Trips officially launched in Toronto Friday, allowing users from all over the world to book unique experiences in the Toronto area, operated entirely by locals. → Read More