Viral tweets call on police to shoot protesters in India

Called for “shots” against farmers Controversial agrarian reform Twitter trended for hours in India on Tuesday, flooding thousands of tweet platforms encouraging police brutality against them. Violence Exploded Thousands of…

Biden’s new executive orders aim at climate change

President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed an effective executive order compelling the federal government to plan and respond to an urgent threat of a warm planet, keeping in mind the…

Video and video photos of the pro-democracy protests in Russia

The Russians showed courage in -60 degree weather and police brutality in demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Jane Lightvenenko BuzzFeed News Reporter Last updated January 23, 2021,…

Here’s how newspapers around the world reacted to Joe Biden’s inauguration

Joe Biden’s historic inauguration as the 4th President of the United States has made headlines around the world. View full post. Source link

Joe Biden’s first move as president is rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement

Hours after being sworn in as President of the United States, Joe Biden took the first significant step at the White House, including signing an executive order to rejoin the…

Google threatens to pull search from Australia if news publishers are forced to provide content

Google has threatened to pull its search engine out of Australia, a country of more than 200 million Internet users, if the government implements any results that require technology platforms…

WhatsApp has issued a global misinformation crisis. Now, it’s one in stock.

Michael Reynolds / Getty Images A few hours after WhatsApp Announcing a new privacy policy Rumors spread quickly and quickly to the nearly 2 billion people around the world who…

Trump apologizes to Anthony Lewandowski for stealing from Google

President Donald Trump on Wednesday Sorry Anthony Lewandowski, former Google and Uber engineer and self-driving car expert was Punished Stealing business privacy from Google could lead to 18 months in…

U.S. solar companies rely on materials from Xinjiang, where forced labor moves

Stringer China / Reuters On April 5, 2012, a man walks through a solar panel at a solar power plant under construction in Aku, an autonomous region of Xinjiang Uyghur.…

People are crazy about Facebook’s WhatsApp privacy policies

Indranil Mukherjee / Getty Images Last week, nearly 2 billion people worldwide using WhatsApp, an instant messaging service owned by Facebook, were greeted with a huge pop-up when the app…