The banned ‘Hearthstone’ gamer at the centre of a China censorship furore spoke out for the first time after Blizzard reduced his ban

The banned ‘Hearthstone’ gamer at the centre of a China censorship furore spoke out for the first time after Blizzard reduced his ban submitted by /u/mvea [link] [comments] top scoring links : technology Subreddit dedicated to the news and discussions about the creation and use of technology and its surrounding issues.

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Mark Zuckerberg has been holding off-the-record dinners with influential conservatives including Tucker Carlson and Lindsey Graham

Mark Zuckerberg has been holding off-the-record dinners with influential conservatives including Tucker Carlson and Lindsey Graham submitted by /u/noscreamattheend [link] [comments] top scoring links : technology Subreddit dedicated to the news and discussions about the creation and use of technology and its surrounding issues.

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Zimbabwe Government Continues to Weaponize Information Online to Control Citizen Engagement

Zimbabwe Government Continues to Weaponize Information Online to Control Citizen Engagement By Kudzai Chimhangwa In the early morning of November 15, 2017, Zimbabweans woke up to the news that former strongman, the late Robert Mugabe, had been deposed in a coup d’etat, and was under house arrest with his family at the presidential residence, State House. Major General Sibusiso Moyo, now foreign affairs minister, announced on state television that the president was safe under state custody and that “the situation has moved to another level.” Almost immediately following General Moyo’s…

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Phonegate Alert: 9 Out of 10 Mobile Phones Fail When Safety Tested in Real Use Conditions; Manufacturers Knowingly Overexposed Us to RF Radiation

Phonegate Alert: 9 Out of 10 Mobile Phones Fail When Safety Tested in Real Use Conditions; Manufacturers Knowingly Overexposed Us to RF Radiation By B.N. Frank It’s not a big surprise that we can’t trust phone manufacturers.  For many years they have been warning their shareholders – not the public – that they may eventually be held liable for causing harm with their products and transmitters.  Perhaps that’s why insurance companies haven’t been covering them (see 1, 2). In August the Chicago Tribune reported that 11 smartphone models exceeded federal…

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