Demagogues and charlatans are stoking fear, says Joe Biden

July 9, 2018

Former US vice-president compares situation to 1930 s as migration convulses politics The former US vice-president Joe Biden has accused” demagogues and charlatans” of stirring up voters’ horrors just as they did in the 1930 s as the issue of migration threshes politics on both sides of the Atlantic. Biden, seen as a potential Democratic party candidate against Donald Trump in 2020, did not mention the US president by identify…

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Arkady Babchenko reveals he faked his death to thwart Moscow plot

June 28, 2018

Russian columnist buffoons worlds media by staging his murder in elaborated strategy with Ukraine Arkady Babchenko, the Russian reporter whose murder was dramatically announcement by Ukraine on Tuesday, rose very much alive on Wednesday and said he had faked his own demise in order to frustrate a plot by Moscow to kill him. Smiling, and appearing a little sheepish, Babchenko showed before a surreal press conference held by Ukraine’s SBU…

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Tourists and tech bring resilient Iceland back from the brink

June 17, 2018

When the country lets its banks go bust 10 years ago, there appear to be no timetable for recuperation. Things have changed Ten times since the found guilty in a special trial staged after the gate-crash– ostensibly for failing to hold emergency locker fulfills in the run-up to it- and the country supplanted him with Johanna Sigurdardottir. Driving through Reykjavik past the governmental forces home( originally created as a prison…

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Sweden distributes ‘be prepared for war’ leaflet to all 4.8m homes

June 13, 2018

Defence pamphlet shows how population can prepare in occurrence of attack and contribute to countrys total defence The Swedish government has begun sending all 4.8 m of the country’s households a public information leaflet telling the population, for the first time in more than half a century, what to do in the event of a war. Om krisen eller kriget kommer ( If crisis or campaign arrives) explains how people…

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Muellers Manafort Case Just Got Stronger, Former Prosecutors Say

June 10, 2018

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller buttressed his lawsuit against Donald Trump’s former campaign chairwoman Paul Manafort with brand-new fees filed Friday. He likewise stoked intrigue by adding a brand-new call to his indictment against Manafort — a longtime Manafort associate who attorneys have said has ties to Russian intelligence. The supplanting indictment Mueller’s team filed in Washington built around their previous allegations that Manafort did illegal lobbying work for Ukraine…

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Zuckerberg didnt make any friends in Europe today

June 8, 2018

Speaking in front of EU lawmakers today Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg namechecked the GDPR’s core principles of “control, transparency and accountability” — claiming his corporation will deliver on all that, see Friday, when a new European Union data protection framework, GDPR, starts being applied, finally with penalties worth the enforcement. However there was little transparency or accountability on prove during the session, given the upfront questions format which ascertained Zuckerberg…

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Zuckerberg will meet with European parliament in private next week

June 5, 2018

Who announces privacy is dead? Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to take European parliamentarians’ the issue of how his platform impacts the privacy of hundreds of millions of European citizens — but simply behind closed doors. Where no one except a handful of carefully chosen MEPs will bear witness to what’s said. The private gather will take place on May 22 at 17.45 CET in Brussels. After which the…

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Cyprus to step up security checks in cash-for-citizenship scheme

May 26, 2018

After criticism of the scheme applicants will be subjected to most rigorous vetting process Cyprus has sought to curb criticism of its golden visa strategy, saying it will tighten vetting procedures for investors determined to acquire European citizenship. With disapproval of the controversial cash-for-citizenship programme on the rise, the island announced that security checks would be accelerate the process. Under the renamed” Cypriot investment strategy” the number of members of…

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg Earns Likes for Washington Performance

April 12, 2018

Company’s shares jump more than 5 percentage to two-week high CEO looked uncomfortable on occasion, but got a few giggles too Mark Zuckerberg apologized, defended his corporation, and jousted with questioners while come to terms with others during his first-ever congressional testament. Early examines on his effort to restore trust with lawmakers and the public were mostly positive. ” It was my mistake, and I’m sorry ,” Zuckerberg told Tuesday,…

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Does Facebooks Ad Tool Mislead Voters?

April 7, 2018

Facebook Inc . consumers who are worried that advertisers reaped their data to manipulate them with political propaganda have a potentially powerful tool to violate the trance: a button on the corner of each Facebook ad that mentions,” Why am I seeing this? “ Yet, rather than providing unfiltered transparency, this Facebook function is instead feeding users frequently misleading–and sometimes untrue–reasons for why they’ve been targeted, tests of the purpose…

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World’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Exchange Is Heading to Malta

April 1, 2018

Binance to announce banking partnership in Malta: Zhao Move to Europe comes after crackdowns in Japan, China cracking down on cryptocurrency exchanges since last year, inducing it difficult for venues like Binance to find a permanent base. The corporation had an office in Japan and was trying to get a license to operate there, but decided to remove its staff to avoid a clash with neighbourhood regulators, Zhao supposed. Japan’s…

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Trump Says Trade Wars Aren’t So Bad

March 27, 2018

President Donald Trump repetition his commitment to slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum, rejecting very concerned about a global commerce struggle and telling the U.S. suffering from poor trading conditions with other nations, including those in the European Union. Just hours later, White House economic consultant Gary Cohn, who had tried in vain to head off the tariffs, announced his abdication. The president’s fresh praise of customs tariffs on Tuesday…

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Russia blocks UN resolution on eastern Ghouta ceasefire

March 14, 2018

Reports of civilian casualties in Syrian rebel enclave are mass psychosis, envoy claims Russia has blocked a UN resolution that would have established a 30 -day ceasefire and humanitarian deliveries in east Ghouta, went on to say that widespread reporting of heavy civilian casualties in the besieged area on the leading edge of the Syrian capital, Damascus, was a product of” mass psychosis “. The Russian emissary to the UN,…

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Facebooks tracking of non-users ruled illegal again

March 3, 2018

Another blow for Facebook in Europe: Judges in Belgium have once again ruled the company transgressed privacy statutes by deploying technology such as cookies and social plug-ins to track internet users across the web. Facebook utilizes data it accumulates in this way to sell targeted ad. The social media giant is impossible to make it sufficiently clear how people’s digital activity was being used, the court ruled. Facebook faces fines…

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Second Trump-Russia dossier being assessed by FBI

February 18, 2018

Exclusive: memo written by former writer Cody Shearer independently sets out some of the allegations made by ex-spy Christopher Steele Second Trump-Russia dossier being assessed by FBI Nick Hopkins Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Democrat criticize Trump over absence of Russian sanctions- video

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‘This is the Netherlands, you have to answer questions’: Dutch reporters confront new US envoy

January 14, 2018

Pete Hoekstra, who imparted excruciating interview last year in which he described his own terms as fake news, frictions with correspondents on first day in job The new US ambassador to the Netherlands- in trouble over a fake news scandal- clashed on Wednesday with Dutch reporters who told him:” This is the Netherlands, you have to answer questions .” On his first official period in the number of jobs, Pete…

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US ambassador to Netherlands describes own words as ‘fake news’

December 27, 2017

New ambassador Pete Hoekstra then denied saying hed applied the word in interview with Dutch TV The US diplomat to the Netherlands faced an excruciating instant on television when he denied ever saying that there were no-go areas in the Netherlands, calling the relevant recommendations” fake news “. Trump’s brand-new alternative for representative, Pete Hoekstra, who was only sworn in by the vice president, Mike Pence, on 11 December, was…

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Thirty countries use ‘armies of opinion shapers’ to manipulate democracy report

November 26, 2017

Governments in Venezuela, the Philippines, Turkey and elsewhere use social media to affect elections, drive schedules and counter commentators, says report The governments of 30 countries around the globe are using legions of so called sentiment shapers to meddle in elections, improvement anti-democratic schedules and repress their citizens, a new report shows. Unlike widely reported Russian attempts to influence foreign elections, most of the offending countries use the internet to…

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Michael Bloomberg: Brexit is stupidest thing any country has done besides Trump

November 8, 2017

Exclusive: Billionaire media mogul says it is hard to understand why a country doing so well want to get wrecking it Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire media mogul and former mayor of New York, has said Brexit is the” single stupidest thing any country has in the past done” apart from the election of the members of Donald Trump as US president. Bloomberg was contended that” it is really hard to…

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