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Twitter locked Trump's account. The firm will keep the account locked unless the president deletes three incendiary tweets posted before and during rioters storming the US Capitol.
Facebook removed a video of Trump claiming election fraud. Facebook's vice president of Integrity Guy Rosen said on Twitter that the firm removed it "because on balance we believe it contributes to rather than diminishes the risk of ongoing violence."
Parler users called for bloodshed. As a mob smashed its way into the US Capitol, calls for an armed revolution echoed through right-leaning apps Parler and Gab.
Jack Ma's Ant Group is under pressure. Officials and government advisors familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal that Chinese regulators see Ant Group's data collection as giving it an unfair competitive advantage over other lenders.
Tim Cook is paid almost $15 million. The Apple CEO's pay package totaled $14.7 million last year — around a 28% jump from 2019, the company disclosed in its annual proxy statement on Tuesday.
WhatsApp will share data with Facebook in India. An update to its terms of service details how WhatsApp will share information about users' devices, transaction data, phone numbers and other information with its parent.
OLIVER HOLT: The horror of relegation haunts Chris Ramsey just as it haunts every other manager who is scrambling and scrapping to try to escape it. But for Ramsey there is a wider fear, too. from Articles | Mail Online http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3075023/Chris-Ramsey-heat-relegation-QPR-mean-black-managers-Premier-League.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
Uproxx Travel expands the mind, broadens your palette ( and your palate ), opens your worldview and, for many, drains your wallet . But travel doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, it can often be a more enriching experience to show up with a budget, because it means you look more closely at the places you spend cash, you talk more with the people around you, and step outside the boundaries of a cruise ship or an “all-inclusive” resort. If you want to get out more out of travel, or just need to keep a close eye on what you’re spending, we’ve gathered a set of apps that will help you pack, travel, eat, and explore while keeping your budget manageable ( and helping you manage your budget ). Some are about saving money directly, while others allow you to circumvent costs like cabs or forgetting something important. Next time you’re planning a trip, here’s what to have on your phone: PART I: Before You Go The best way to guarantee a good trip is to plan out some of the important
Today, 790 million people — 11 percent of the world's population — live without access to clean water. Two years ago, XPrize , an international nonprofit organization, announced a global competition enticing innovators to find a sustainable and affordable way to bring potable water to those who aren't privileged enough to have it now. Skeptics told the competition organizers that it was impossible. Nearly 100 submissions later, and XPrize found precisely what they were looking for — entrepreneurs who could design a minimalistic device that could reliably extract 2,000 liters of water from the atmosphere per day for no more than two cents per liter all using 100 percent renewable energy. Read more... More about Environment , Water , Climate Change , Xprize , and Water Crisis from Mashable https://mashable.com/article/xprize-water-competition-winner/ via IFTTT