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Twitter ends COVID-19 “misinformation” policy
"Effective November 23, 2022, Twitter is no longer enforcing the COVID-19 misleading information policy," the company stated on its transparency page for coronavirus misinformation. Additionally, the COVID-19 policy is no longer listed o...
Stop the killer robots! Musk-backed lobbyists fight to save Europe from bad AI
The Future of Life Institute is warning AI could kill us all, but its ideology is freaking some folks out. A lobby group backed by Elon Musk and associated with a controversial ideology popular among tech billionaires is fighting to prev...
World’s Largest Martial Arts Organization expands to Saudi Arabia with live shows and academies
ONE Championship, the world’s largest martial arts organization, is planning to bring its live shows and state-of-the-art training academies to Saudi Arabia as part of its expansion in the MENA region, according to ONE’s president Hua Fu...
Russian speaking groups infect thousands of computers in Saudi Arabia, Gulf region
Thousands of computers in Saudi Arabia and across the Gulf have been hacked by Russian-speaking scammers in the first seven months of the year, cybersecurity company Group-IB said in a report on Wednesday.
US Soccer briefly removed emblem from Iran flag to show support for protesters
The US Soccer Federation temporarily displayed Iran's national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic as a show of solidarity with protesters in Iran ahead of the two teams' World Cup clash on Tuesday.
Egyptian fighter plane crashes in training accident
An Egyptian fighter plane crashed on Sunday while training, the Egyptian army said.
Iran complain to Fifa over flag change post by US
Iran's football federation has complained to Fifa after the Islamic Republic emblem was removed from its flag in social media posts by the United States team.
Data Of 500 Million WhatsApp Users Leaked, Up For Sale Online: Report
The person who put up the data for sale claims that there are 32 million records of users from the US within the set.
Elon Musk Was Asked If Twitter Will Continue Its Character Limit. His Reply
It all started when Elon Musk shared a couple of slides from his “Twitter company talk”.
France’s digital taxman goes after Amazon — again
The US tech giant scored a victory narrowing a French digital levy that lawmakers are now trying to overturn.
Meta Report: US Military Behind Online Influence Campaign Targeting Central Asia, Middle East
Facebook parent company said people behind the operation 'attempted to conceal their identities,' but its probe found 'links to individuals associated with US military'
Holiday swindlers: The rise of digital travel scams
Digital travel scams are a growing "systemic and global" problem, according to the World Tourism Organization, a branch of the UN. Dozens of Brazilian women have been finding this out the hard way, after paying for luxury holidays from a...
Fauci Could Not Recall Key Details During Deposition: Louisiana Attorney General
Dr. Anthony Fauci said he could not recall key details about his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to one of the officials who questioned him on Nov. 23.
Instagram testing removal of messaging button for teens as part of privacy push
More restrictive privacy settings will also be added by default for teen users.
Twitter boss Elon Musk keeps conspiracy theorist Alex Jones off platform
Elon Musk says he will not allow the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to return to Twitter.. Chief executive Elon Musk said he "had no mercy" for anyone using children's deaths for political gain.
Anti-Western and hyper macho, Putin’s appeal in Southeast Asia
Soviet-era nostalgia and anti-Western sentiment fuel online support for Russia’s Vladimir Putin and his war on Ukraine.
European Parliament to summon Elon Musk
EP President Roberta Metsola briefed top EU lawmakers Thursday that she will invite Musk soon.
Orbán’s new public enemy: A Twitter-savvy US ambassador calling out conspiracies
David Pressman — a human rights lawyer with a male partner in Viktor Orbán’s anti-LGBTQ+ Hungary — has become a favorite attack target for the regime-boosting media.
Amazon 'to axe 10,000 workers' after forecasting weaker growth
Approximately 3% of Amazon's corporate employees, or 1% of the total workforce, are reportedly to be laid off.
Man cycling round the world arrives in UK and has bike stolen days later
A cyclist who pedalled thousands of miles across the world to get to Britain had his bike stolen within days.
Amazon to layoff 10,000 employees: report
Amazon is preparing to lay off as many as 10,000 employees, The New York Times reported on Monday, making the e-commerce behemoth the latest tech giant to unleash a large-scale redundancy plan.
Taiz enforces gun and motorbike curfew to combat drive-by shootings
Police in the Yemeni city of Taiz have enforced a nighttime ban on guns and motorbikes and have launched operations to crack down on disorder, security officials said.
'The Metaverse will be our slow death': Meta employees hit out at Mark Zuckerberg in Blind reviews
Staff at the Facebook and Instagram owner flooded Blind with negative comments about their CEO on the day he axed 13% of its workforce.
Alaa Abdel Fattah: British-Egyptian activist's family demand proof of life
The family of jailed British-Egyptian pro-democracy activist Alaa Abdel Fattah have demanded authorities in Cairo provide proof he is still alive.
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