PayPal will soon accept cryptocurrency for all online payments

PayPal on Wednesday announced it will soon start supporting cryptocurrencies, allowing any PayPal account holder to store, buy, and sell popular virtual currencies starting later this year. PayPal will add support for bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin. PayPal also plans to extend support to its money-sending subsidiary Venmo and international markets starting early next year. For […]

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No Danger To Crew After ISS Issues Resolved Says Russia Space Agency

On Tuesday, Russia’s space agency announced that the International Space Station (ISS) is now working normally with no danger to its occupants after the crew managed to resolve a series of technical issues overnight. The crew aboard the ISS had reported issues with the oxygen production system, a toilet and the oven for preparing food. […]

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Cruise gets the approval to test driverless cars in California

General Motors owned self-driving company Cruise, has been approved to test its driverless cars on public roads in California. The company says it plans to test vehicles without a human safety driver behind the wheel before the end of 2020. Dan Ammann, CEO of Cruise, said in a blog post that the company may not have […]

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YouTube to remove videos with COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

Today, YouTube announced that will remove the videos containing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation. Content about a vaccine that contradicts information from health experts or the World Health Organization won’t be permitted. Farshad Shadloo, a YouTube spokesman, said in an email: “A COVID-19 vaccine may be imminent, therefore we’re ensuring we have the right policies in place […]

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Twitter to ban Holocaust denial posts

Twitter will soon ban posts that deny the Holocaust a company spokesperson confirmed today the news, first reported by Bloomberg. In this statement the Twitter spokesperson said: “We strongly condemn antisemitism, and hateful conduct has absolutely no place on our service. They said that attempts to deny or diminish violent events are prohibited under Twitter’s hateful conduct […]

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Facebook removed troll accounts linked to Turning Point USA

Facebook has reportedly removed a group of fake accounts tied to Turning Point USA, the conservative youth organization caught coordinating a troll farm -style social media campaign last month. Facebook’s latest report on coordinated inauthentic behavior says it banned 200 Facebook accounts, 55 pages, and 76 Instagram accounts linked to Turning Point and a marketing firm called Rally Forge, […]

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Facebook To Remove Contents That Denies Holocaust

Facebook has recently announced that it will remove all content on its platform that denies the Holocaust. The company says this expansion of its hate speech policies is a response to what it calls the well-documented rise in anti-Semitism globally and the alarming level of ignorance about the Holocaust, especially among young people. Facebook has […]

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Triller Is Reportedly Planning To Go Public: Reports

Triller the short-video app, is reportedly in discussions with blank-check acquisition companies about a merger which would take the U.S. social media company public, according to people familiar with the matter. Triller is working with investment bank Farvahar Partners as it negotiates a potential deal with a so-called special purpose acquisition companies (SPAC), the sources […]

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Facebook To Pause Political Ads As US Election Day Ends

On Wednesday, Facebook said it will stop running political or social issue ads after the US polls close on November 3 to reduce chances of confusion or abuse. The leading social network said that any posts prematurely declaring a winner or contesting the count will be labeled with reliable information from news outlets and election […]

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