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Venezuela Steps Up Claim on Guyana's Essequibo Region
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is aggressively pursuing the annexation of the oil-rich Essequibo region, currently governed by Guyana.
Meta to ask EU users’ permission to show targeted advertising
Social media giants Facebook and Instagram, owned by parent company Meta, are to seek permission from EU users to display personalised advertisements. The move challenges the platforms' principal revenue generation strategy and comes aft...
French News Agency AFP Sues Elon Musk's X Over Copyright
On the global battlefront for tech firms to pay for news, French News Agency AFP has filed a copyright lawsuit against social media giant Twitter, recently rebranded as X and owned by billionaire Elon Musk. The agency accuses X of a 'cle...
Musk threatens to sue researchers who documented the rise in hateful tweets
X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter and now owned by Elon Musk, has threatened to sue a group of independent researchers. These researchers published a study documenting an alarming increase in hate speech on the platf...
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg Admits Drop in User Engagement for Threads App
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, has admitted that the company's new app, Threads, has lost more than half of its users since its launch.
Far-Right Activists Burn Qurans in Copenhagen, Triggering Protests and Condemnation
Copenhagen witnessed a violent protest on Tuesday as a group of far-right activists burned copies of the Quran in front of the Egyptian and Turkish embassies.
Muslim Countries Condemn Burning of Quran by Far-Right Group in Copenhagen
Muslim countries, including Iraq, have strongly condemned a group called the "Danish Patriots" for burning a Quran outside the Iraqi embassy in Copenhagen on Monday.
Yes, it is safe to travel to Europe during a heatwave
As temperatures soar in Europe and the US, with some regions experiencing highs of up to 49C, many people are wondering if it's safe to travel to these regions during a heatwave.
Five Dead and Seven Injured in Small Plane Crash into Hangar at Chrcynno Airport in Poland
A small plane crashed into a hangar at an airport in Poland on Monday, resulting in the deaths of five people.
Five Dead and Seven Injured in Plane Crash at Chrcynno Hangar in Poland
Poland: Plane Crash at Chrcynno Hangar Results in Five Fatalities and Seven Injuries.
FTC Launches Investigation into OpenAI's ChatGPT over Data Privacy and Misinformation Concerns
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has launched an investigation into OpenAI, the creator of the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT, to determine the company's data privacy rules and actions taken to prevent its technology from...
Google's Bard AI Chatbot Finally Launched in EU after Addressing Privacy Concerns
Google has finally released its AI chatbot, Bard, in the European Union after resolving concerns raised by the Irish Data Protection Commission.
Threads: The Latest Social Media App and Its Rapid Growth, Challenges, and Future
In its first week, Meta's new app Threads has experienced remarkable growth, with over 100 million users signing up in just five days.
Florida Attorney General requests Meta CEO's testimony on company's platforms' alleged facilitation of illicit activities
Ashley Moody Urges Zuckerberg to Address Meta's Role in Human Trafficking Cases
WhatsApp Reinvents its Identity: Introduces Twitter-esque 'Channels' Feature
Meta's WhatsApp broadens its horizons, transforming from a simple messaging platform to a more comprehensive social media space with new public channels feature
The Poor Man With Money, Mark Zuckerberg, Unveils Twitter Replica with Heavy-Handed Censorship: A New Low in Innovation?
The Serial Copy-Paste "Entrepreneur", Zuckerberg, Draws Criticism for Parroting Twitter and Importing Facebook's Contentious Moderation Policies in Threads
Twitter Targets Meta: A Tangle of Trade Secrets and Copycat Culture
In the latest legal tussle between tech giants, Twitter has fired a warning shot at Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly Facebook, Inc.), alleging "systematic, willful, and unlawful misappropriation" of Twitter's trade secrets and intellectual...
The Double-Edged Sword of AI: AI is linked to layoffs in industry that created it
As Silicon Valley Nurtures AI Evolution, Its Own Workforce Grapples with Emerging Realities of Job Displacements and Skills Transformation? Many have raised alarms about the potential for artificial intelligence to displace jobs in the y...
Politicians and Media Outlets in Westminster Quick to Adopt Facebook and Instagram Owner's New Twitter Rival
Westminster politicians, journalists, and media outlets are quickly adopting Threads, a new Twitter rival launched by Facebook and Instagram owner Meta.
Meta Copy Twitter with New App, Threads
Users who prefer to be exposed to censored positions, and to avoid exposure to opinions that do not support President Biden, will find the new platform a wonderful alternative to Twitter.
Macron Points Finger at Social Media for Escalating French Riots
French President calls for stringent control over social media content, accusing platforms like TikTok and Snapchat of amplifying violence in the wake of teenager's fatal shooting by police.
Elon Musk's Twitter Limit and the Future of Social Media Monetization
Elon Musk has implemented a daily limit on the number of tweets that users can see on Twitter.
Google Blocked Access to Canadian News in Response to New Legislation
The tech behemoth restricts local news links for Canadian users following the enactment of a law that mandates payment for news content
Snapchat+ gains 4 million paying subscribers in its first year
Snap's subscription service shows early success in monetizing premium features
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Venezuela Steps Up Claim on Guyana's Essequibo Region
Spain's First AI Model Earns Up to $10,000 Monthly
German Cabinet Works to Address 'No-Debt' Crisis After Court Outlaws Budget
Former President Restricted from Leaving Ukraine Amid Alleged Plan to Meet Hungary's Viktor Orban
Spain soccer kiss: Furore grows as prosecutors launch probe against federation chief
Paper straws found to contain long-lasting and potentially toxic chemicals - study
FTX's Bankman-Fried headed for jail after judge revokes bail
Blackrock gets half a trillion dollar deal to rebuild Ukraine
Steve Jobs' Son Launches Venture Capital Firm With $200 Million For Cancer Treatments
Greek PM offers tourists affected by wildfires a free stay in Rhodes next year.
Israel: Unprecedented Civil Disobedience Looms as IDF Reservists Protest Judiciary Reform
Google reshuffles Assistant unit, lays off some staffers, to 'supercharge' products with A.I.
End of Viagra? FDA approved a gel against erectile dysfunction
UK sanctions Russians judges over dual British national Kara-Murza's trial
US restricts visa-free travel for Hungarian passport holders because of security concerns
America's First New Nuclear Reactor in Nearly Seven Years Begins Operations
Southeast Asia moves closer to economic unity with new regional payments system
Political leader from South Africa, Julius Malema, led violent racist chants at a massive rally on Saturday
Today Hunter Biden’s best friend and business associate, Devon Archer, testified that Joe Biden met in Georgetown with Russian Moscow Mayor's Wife Yelena Baturina who later paid Hunter Biden $3.5 million in so called “consulting fees”
How “peacekeepers” at the UN spend our American tax dollars.
Singapore Carries Out First Execution of a Woman in Two Decades Amid Capital Punishment Debate
Spanish Citizenship Granted to Iranian chess player who removed hijab
US Senate Republican Mitch McConnell freezes up, leaves press conference
Speaker McCarthy says the United States House of Representatives is getting ready to impeach Joe Biden.
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Unlike illegal imigrants coming by boats - US Citizens Will Need Visa To Travel To Europe in 2024
Musk announces Twitter name and logo change to X.com
The politician and the journalist lost control and started fighting on live broadcast.
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Unveiling the Black Hole: The Mysterious Fate of EU's Aid to Ukraine
Farewell to a Music Titan: Tony Bennett, Renowned Jazz and Pop Vocalist, Passes Away at 96
Alarming Behavior Among Florida's Sharks Raises Concerns Over Possible Cocaine Exposure
Transgender Exclusion in Miss Italy Stirs Controversy Amidst Changing Global Beauty Pageant Landscape
Joe Biden admitted, in his own words, that he delivered what he promised in exchange for the $10 million bribe he received from the Ukraine Oil Company.
Swedish Embassy in Baghdad Engulfed in Flames Amidst a Firestorm of Protests
TikTok Takes On Spotify And Apple, Launches Own Music Service
Global Trend: Using Anti-Fake News Laws as Censorship Tools - A Deep Dive into Tunisia's Scenario
Arresting Putin During South African Visit Would Equate to War Declaration, Asserts President Ramaphosa
Hacktivist Collective Anonymous Launches 'Project Disclosure' to Unearth Information on UFOs and ETIs
Typo sends millions of US military emails to Russian ally Mali
Muslim Tycoon Asif Aziz Receives Approval for the Transformation of the iconic London Trocadero Landmark into Mosque
Server Arrested For Theft After Refusing To Pay A Table's $100 Restaurant Bill When They Dined & Dashed
The Changing Face of Europe: How Mass Migration is Reshaping the Political Landscape
China Urges EU to Clarify Strategic Partnership Amid Trade Tensions
Europe is boiling: Extreme Weather Conditions Prevail Across the Continent