On 20th March French Language Day is observed.

The most important language of diplomacy and international relations was French from the 17th century to approximately the middle of the 20th century. On 20th March French Language Day is observed. The influences of the language as a culture, its history, and its achievements are explored by the day. The day celebrates multilingualism and cultural diversity. Aim:The […]

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There is no better way to say this: Deepika Padukone wants to stop wearing black.

For the recently held Smule Mirchi Awards, Deepika Padukone stepped out in full black ensemble from Balmain which was styled by Shaleena Nathani, it consisted of a one-piece black body-hugging jumpsuit which was paired with a matching blazer. Deepika Padukone’s love for black colour needs no reiteration. In most of her red carpet appearances and […]

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Thanks To Rihanna For Proving A Hoodie And Silk Dress Work For Evening!!!

The next time if someone tells you a hoodie is not appropriate for a night out, tell them Rihanna wore one flawlessly. The singer was photographed wearing Fenty’s yellow hoodie-skirt dress while out with her good friend A$AP Rocky. (And they’re just friends,despite dating rumors.)Rihanna wore the dress with sunglasses, stilettos, a chain choker, and an ankle […]

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Department of Homeland Security Suspends Global Entry enrollment for New York

In a letter yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security said it would be suspending Global Entry (along with similar programs like NEXUS, SENTRI, and FAST), meaning any New Yorkers who haven’t made it through Global Entry verification may be stuck on the waiting list indefinitely. DHS made the decision over New York state’s enactment of […]

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Joe Biden wants to revoke Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

In an recent interview with The New York Times former Vice President Joe Biden called for tech’s biggest liability shield, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, to be revoked, immediately. Biden said: “The idea that it’s a tech company is that Section 230 should be revoked, immediately should be revoked, number one. For Zuckerberg and other platforms. […]

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President Trump has signed the law to increase robocall fine to $10,000

President Trump has recently signed a law increasing fines on robocalls and requiring phone service providers to begin authenticating calls across networks. The Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act (TRACED Act) was signed on Monday, after Congress approved the landmark bill earlier this month to give the federal government new abilities to go after illegal […]

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Spotify to pause all political ads in early 2020

Spotify said on Friday that it will pause political advertising early in 2020 on its ad-supported tier and its original and exclusive podcasts, saying it doesn’t have the resources to properly vet such ads first reported by AdAge. In a statement the company said: “At this point in time, we do not yet have the necessary level […]

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Judge blocks NYC law limiting Uber drivers cruising for new passengers

On Monday New York State Supreme Court judge blocks New York City’s law to limit the amount of time Uber and Lyft drivers can spend cruising for passengers in busy parts of the city. In his ruling, Judge Lyle E. Frank took issue with the city’s definition of cruising. He said there was no rational […]

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Google to bring spam detection and verified business messaging to Android

Google has recently announced that it’s will bring two new features for its Messages app on Android. One of those features is spam detection for US users, which first launched in select countries in January. If the Messages app detects a suspected spam message, Google says it will show you a warning where you can confirm […]

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