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Twitter Will block Russian state-affiliated media RT and Sputnik
Twitter will comply with the European Union’s sanctions on Russian state-affiliated media RT and Sputnik when the EU order takes effect, the social network said on Tuesday.
“The European Union (EU) sanctions will likely legally require us to withhold certain content in EU member states,” a Twitter spokesperson said in an emailed statement to Reuters.
“We intend to comply with the order when it goes into effect.”
Outside the EU, Twitter would continue to focus on reducing the visibility of content from these outlets as well as labelling it.
Hacker claims to have obtained data on 1 billion Chinese citizens
Personal information allegedly taken from Shanghai police database would be one of biggest data breaches in history.
Amazon to swap vans with e-cargo bikes and on-foot delivery staff
Your Amazon parcels could soon come with a lower carbon footprint.
Australian police train pups to sniff out electronics and fight crime
In Australia, man’s best friend can also be man’s best ally in the fight against crime. These top dogs are undergoing training to sniff out electronic devices that help law enfo...
British EV startup Tevva launches hydrogen booster truck model
British commercial electric vehicle (EV) startup Tevva on Thursday launched its first truck with a hydrogen fuel cell booster which should drive up to 310 miles (499 km) and pro...
EU agrees on landmark rules to tame 'Wild West' crypto market
The rules aim to better protect consumers from wild swings in cryptocurrencies and require more transparency on the industry’s environmental impact.
British Army's Twitter and YouTube accounts restored after hack
The British Army regained control of its Twitter and YouTube accounts on Sunday after they were briefly hacked and used to post about cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens.
Can you guess which cities are ranked most expensive for expats?
Looking for a cheaper city to live in as an expat? Head east - but forget about Hong Kong.
How Meta’s metaverse vision will change the future of communication
Creativity is all about connection and increasingly brands will communicate via evolving technologies as the metaverse takes shape, says Meta’s Angie Gifford.
The genetic power of ancient trees
Even as we discover the incredible benefits of the world's most ancient trees, we are losing them to climate change, writes Jim Robbins. But cloning could offer an answer.
Former top Apple lawyer pleads guilty to insider trading
The former top corporate lawyer at Apple pleaded guilty on Thursday to insider trading charges.
Amazon blocks searches for LGBTQ+ products in the United Arab Emirates amid regional anti-homosexuality push
Amazon described its decision as one made to abide by local laws.
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