Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News
Technology

Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News

This happened after the ACCC, Australia’s competition watchdog, was asked to produce a code of conduct that would be imposed on tech companies in order to balance out the playing field.
Trump Mocks 16-Year-Old Activist on Twitter But She Outclassed Him
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Trump Mocks 16-Year-Old Activist on Twitter But She Outclassed Him

Instead of answering the President’s comment directly, she decided to take a more subtle approach.
Brazil Government Rejects G7 Financial Aid Offer for Amazon Fires
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Brazil Government Rejects G7 Financial Aid Offer for Amazon Fires

Even though the Amazon is currently seeing a record number of fires, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro has turned down G7’s financial aid.
Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Declare Climate Change a National Emergency
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Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Declare Climate Change a National Emergency

The senator from Vermont unveiled a resolution alongside Ocasio-Cortez and Earl Blumenauer that could see a national emergency on climate change declared in the US in an effort to mobilize the required resources to deal with it.
Some Congress Members Still Believe Climate Change is Fake
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Some Congress Members Still Believe Climate Change is Fake

Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence, 53% of lawmakers in Washington have expressed their doubts about climate change and the possible effects it could have on human life.
There is a Country without Internet for 365 Days and Counting
Technology

There is a Country without Internet for 365 Days and Counting

The president of Chad decided to shut down the Internet to suppress divergent opinions, and the nationwide ban has been active since March last year.

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