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- Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is responding to a political attack with a business defense, rebranding the Silicon Valley behemoth to ‘Meta.’ Zuckerberg announced the rebranding on Thursday, offering up a public-relations script about “building technology to connect” and needing to “put people at the center” and “unlock… a creator economy.” Though the technologies to make the “metaverse” happen are still in development and may be years off, the name change is effective immediately. While the corporate pabulum may work on the general public, the media-political complex that’s had its knives out for Facebook for weeks was not so easily impressed. The Washington Post, owned by rival tech oligarch Jeff Bezos, pointed out the move “comes amid a broader effort to shift attention away from revelations that it knew its platform was causing a litany of social harms.”
- The Belarusian Interior Ministry has declared the group of people behind the popular Telegram channel NEXTA to be an ‘extremist formation,’ a year after Minsk’s Central Court condemned it for sharing ‘extremist materials.’ The decision means that the work of NEXTA is now officially prohibited, along with the activities of Telegram channels NEXTA Live and LUXTA, run by the same group. In total, they have around 1,460,000 subscribers. The decision means that the people running the channels could be held criminally liable as extremists.
- The Handelsblatt newspaper asked Gates whether Germany’s move to completely phase out nuclear power next year was a mistake. Billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates said that completely abandoning nuclear power makes it harder to guarantee stable energy supply. The businessman said each country must decide for itself if it wants to shut down existing reactors, but doing so “makes it harder to guarantee the security of [the energy] supply and favorable prices.” “We must not forget: The demand for electricity will increase dramatically because we will need it not only to power our cars, but also have our homes heated and convert many factories into using it. That’s why the reliability of power supply is so crucial,” Gates said.
- Telecommunications giant AT&T is allegedly pressuring its white employees to embrace ‘critical race theory’ and become active allies for black rights activists. Those who don’t are said to be penalized. The explosive claim comes from Christopher Rufo, a prominent opponent of critical race theory (CRT) and its increasing acceptance as the basis for fighting racial injustices in the US. Those who would not “confess their complicity in ‘white privilege’ and ‘systemic racism,’” get punished by getting lower rankings on performance reviews, according to the source.
- A Moscow court has sentenced a Tajik man and his Russian girlfriend to 10 months behind bars after a raunchy photoshoot in front of the famous St. Basil’s Cathedral. They were found guilty of insulting the feelings of believers. Last month, Ruslan Bobiev (whose real name is Ruslani Murojonzod) and Asya Akimova (Anastasia Chistova) published photos on social media taken by the iconic Red Square cathedral. The most controversial snap saw Akimova on her knees, simulating oral s** while wearing a police jacket.
- Tesla is all about its CEO, Elon Musk. Musk is an epic showman and a slick salesman who can sell anything to anyone. Tesla, with its questionable profitability, still has a market capitalization that exceeds $1 trillion. In fact, Holon Global Investment’s Whitney Tilson predicts Tesla’s market capitalization is headed to $10 trillion or higher.
- Columbia professor and trauma expert Anthony Zenkus explains why he finds the host’s accusation against “predatory” Joe Biden credible. The alleged “behaviors” Zenkus refers to have been highlighted heavily by both himself and ‘Politics of Survival’ host Reade, who accused Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993 while she was working for him. Seven other women have also publicly accused Biden of sexual assault and harassment. The president has denied the allegations against him. Beyond the numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against him, Biden has also long been mocked and criticized for his public gaffes, which can sometimes be physical and come down to Biden awkwardly touching others around him. One video highlighted by Zenkus shows a number of such occasions, all of them involving children.
- A Pakistani citizen who pleaded guilty to US terror charges has given the first-ever personal account of the CIA’s ‘black site’ interrogation tactics. He told the court he was almost drowned, suspended naked and abused. “I thought I was going to die,” he told a military jury during a sentencing hearing at the US base in Cuba on Thursday, where he spoke openly for the first time about the interrogation techniques and brutality inflicted upon him by unnamed CIA employees. He spent three years in the CIA’s secret overseas prisons, known as ‘black sites’.
- The United States is appealing a lower court ruling that denied the US request to extradite Assange not, unfortunately, because in the eyes of the court he is innocent of a crime, but because, as Judge Vanessa Baraitser in January concluded, Assange’s precarious psychological state would deteriorate given the “harsh conditions” of the inhumane US prison system, “causing him to commit suicide.” The United States has charged Assange with 17 counts under the Espionage Act and one count of trying to hack into a government computer, charges that could see him imprisoned for 175 years.
- Klim Shipenko has insisted that going to space to shoot footage for a feature film was a transformational experience. There are some ideas you simply cannot come up with down on Earth, according to the pioneering Russian director. Shipenko was part of a two-person Russian production that spent 12 days on board the International Space Station (ISS) filming scenes for the upcoming title ‘The Challenge’. The cosmonauts lent their help, too, playing themselves in scenes and assisting with the practicalities of the filming process.
- “Mark Zuckerberg, in my opinion, a criminal, is allowed to spend over $400 million and therefore able to change the course of a Presidential Election, and nothing happens to Facebook,” Trump said in an emailed statement to supporters, according to The Independent. Trump, who lost to Biden by narrow margins in a handful of swing states, told political news host Bill O’Reilly last week that Zuckerberg’s donation to local election offices was “illegal” after an FGA analysis said the funding boosted Democratic turnout in key areas like Georgia.
- The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Centre issued a geomagnetic storm warning on Friday in the wake of a powerful Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) event on Thursday, which released clouds of supercharged solar particles into space in the direction of Earth. Thursday’s massive X-class flare eruption on the Sun is expected to reach Earth on Saturday, and could wreak havoc on a range of manmade solar radiation-sensitive devices, the X-Ray Astronomy of the Sun Lab at the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Physics has warned. “One of the largest and perhaps the largest burst of solar activity in recent years is currently taking place on our Sun. Over the past day, fourteen flares, including two M-class flares (strong) and one maximum X-class flare (especially strong) have been recorded,” the Lab said in a statement on Friday.
- Prince Andrew has just a few hours left to respond to a lawsuit which has been filed against him in New York by Virginia Giuffre. If he does not respond, he will face a default judgment. The next hearing is scheduled to take place at a Manhattan court on 3 November. According to the prince’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler – as quoted by the Daily Mail – he will file a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
- Russia is ready to provide possible assistance to Lebanon in the investigation of the Beirut port explosion in August 2020, Dmitry Lebedev, Russian Embassy spokesman in Beirut, said on Friday. “The tragedy in the port was a difficult ordeal for the Lebanese nation. We have always supported an objective, impartial and non-politicized investigation of those circumstances,” Lebedev said. A powerful explosion occurred in the port of Beirut on 4 August 2020. At least 280 people died, and more than 6,000 were injured. Some 300,000 people were left homeless after many houses were damaged or destroyed.
- The meeting between Joe Biden and Pope Francis lasted some 90 minutes, longer than the pontiff’s audiences with Biden’s predecessors, journalists at the scene said on Friday. “In his audience with Pope Francis today, Biden thanked His Holiness for his advocacy for the world’s poor and those suffering from hunger, conflict, and persecution. He lauded Pope Francis’ leadership in fighting the climate crisis, as well as his advocacy to ensure the pandemic ends for everyone through vaccine sharing and an equitable global economic recovery,” the White House said in a statement.
- Several of Canada’s largest legacy media companies failed to reveal nearly $2 million worth of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals funding that a leading pediatrics professor from Alberta has received while pushing for vaccination of 5-11-year-olds. Dr. Jim Kellner, a pediatrician and University of Calgary professor, has been cited as an authority in dozens of articles published by CTV News, CBC, Global News, the Toronto Star, and the Globe and Mail on vaccinating children and other pandemic related issues. True North reached out to Kellner for comment and clarification regarding his Pfizer funding and media appearances but did not receive a reply by the time this article was published. According to CBC search results, Kellner’s name turns up over 41 times and appears in numerous videos and articles on the topic of vaccination without any indication of how much money he has received from the vaccine manufacturer Pfizer. ~ Cosmin Dzsurdzsa
- In its simplest form, social media manipulation can be conducted by real users who are paid to interact with posts using their own accounts. For the most influential users, this can be very profitable: an influencer with 100,000 followers might earn $2,000 for a promotional tweet, and an influencer with a million followers can earn as much as $20,000 per promotional tweet.
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