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Australia wants social media platforms like Facebook and Google to pay publishers for accessing their news content.
Australia’s Proposed Law for News Payments from Social Media Gets Bipartisan Support
Australia wants social media platforms like Facebook and Google to pay publishers for accessing their news content. The government has proposed legislation on the issue, and it gained widespread support from all political parties. Introduced...
Nottingham Forest Football Club player Lyle Taylor says he will no longer be taking knee before games after learning of revolutionary rioteer group Black Lives Matter’s (BLM) Marxist background.
English Footballer Stops Kneeling for ‘Marxist Group’ Black Lives Matter Before Games
Nottingham Forest Football Club player Lyle Taylor says he will no longer be taking the knee before games after learning of the revolutionary rioteer group Black Lives Matter’s (BLM) Marxist background.  In an interview with...
Japan has been hit by an earthquake of 7.3 magnitude. The incident occurred off the coast of Tohoku, only weeks before the 10th anniversary of the March 2011 earthquake, its subsequent tsunami, and nuclear disaster.
Japan Rocked by 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has jolted Japan’s Tohoku coastline occurring just weeks before the 10th anniversary of the March 2011 earthquake, its tsunami, and nuclear disaster. The recent quake measured 6 on the Japanese seismic intensity...
The Indian government is promoting Twitter’s domestic rival Koo after the global platform refused to comply with the administration’s order of blocking certain accounts.
Indian Government Promoting Domestic App Koo Over Twitter
The Indian government is promoting Twitter’s domestic rival Koo after the global platform refused to comply with the administration’s blocking of certain accounts. New Delhi claims that the accounts spread propaganda and instigated many people...
Chinese citizens have savings at a much higher rate than around the world. The photo is a stock image of Shanghai, China, on a clear day.
Will Chinese Citizens Be Coaxed Into Capital Markets?
On December 22, 2020, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) held a meeting and discussed the topic of encouraging Chinese citizens to invest their savings in capital markets. This is the second time within 11...
Dr. Peter Ben, head of the World Health Organization’s coronavirus investigation team in China, had recently stated that the Wuhan lab leak theory lacked merit, and there was no need to scrutinize the issue further.
COVID-19: WHO Chief Open to Investigating Wuhan Lab Leak Theory
Dr. Peter Ben, head of the World Health Organization’s coronavirus investigation team in China, had recently stated that the Wuhan lab leak theory lacked merit and that there was no need to scrutinize the issue...
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, speaks onstage during the 2019 Concordia Annual Summit - Day 1 at Grand Hyatt New York on September 23, 2019 in New York City
Microsoft Sees Business, Political Opportunity in Break from Big Tech on AU News Legislation
Microsoft has dissented from its big tech cohorts, Facebook and Twitter, in decrying Australia’s proposed legislation which will require social media and tech companies to pay news publishers for using their content. The Redmond software...
Myanmar (Burma) military soldiers stand guard after arriving overnight with armoured vehicles on February 15, 2021 near the Central Bank in Yangon, Myanmar.
Coup Against Myanmar’s Suu Kyi Traces Back to Chinese Belt and Road Initiative
Ousted Myanmar democracy leader, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, has been levied with additional charges, according to her lawyer Khin Maung Zaw in comments to reporters on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Khin Maung Zaw says...
An employee of German company Va-Q-Tec fills dry ice into a vacuum-insulated cooling container at the company's headquarters in Wurzburg, south-central Germany, on December 1, 2020. Japan is facing a shortage of dry ice required to store Pfizer BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine, which requires storage between -60 and -80 celsius.
Japan Facing Dry Ice Shortage as Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Begins
Japan’s drive to counter the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus, which causes the pandemic disease the China-centric World Health Organization (WHO) coined as “Coronavirus Disease 2019,” or COVID-19, through vaccination is running into challenges. Dry ice manufacturers...