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Facebook imposes two year ban on Trump’s Account

President Trump at a press event

Image Credits: Flickr Gage Skidmore

Facebook on Friday announced that it is imposing a two-year ban on former President Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts. US ex-President Trump has been suspended since January following the unprecedented violence in Capitol Hill. The social media giant said that it will review the decision whether to reinstate Trump’s account after the two-year ban is served.

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many Apple employees are not supporting Tim Cook’s hybrid work model

Image Credits: Flickr Abdulkarim Sarmini

According to The Verge, many Apple employees have written a internal letter saying that they aren’t supportive of Cook’s hybrid work model. The proposed model makes it mandatory for employees to visit their offices for at least three working days, while giving them the option to work remotely for two days. The employees have said in the report that they want the flexibility in choosing the preferred working model as per the convenience.

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Bing has censored the ‘Tank Man’ image on Tiananmen Square anniversary, reports claim

According to reports, Microsoft’s search engine Bing has censored the famous ‘Tank Man’ image. Reports claim that the image is not even showing in the U.S. . Interestingly, Bing’s censorship has come on the eve of Tiananmen Square anniversary. The tank man image shows a man standing in front of barrage of Chinese military tank. An image that the world has perceived as a symbol of China’s suppression of dissenting voice.

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Nigeria has Banned Twitter & here is why

A user browsing Twitter on Smartphone…image source: Pixabay

Nigeria has become the first country in the African Continent to ban Twitter. This after the micro-blogging website had suspended Nigerian President’s account on the pretext that the account was used to instigate violence. After banning Twitter, the Nigerian government accused Twitter of double standards and alleged that Twitter intends to undermine Nigeria’s national sovereignty.

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Bitcoin Price Crashes After Elon Musk shared this Meme

Elon Musk’s rather painful relationship with crypto took another massive turn on Thursday. This unpleasant turn came after Musk shared the above meme on his Twitter handle. Sharing the meme, Mr. Musk wrote #Bitcoin, followed by a broken heart emoticon. Many twitterati took this as a cryptic tweet hinting that Musk is ending his relation with bitcoin for once and all. Hours after sharing this meme, Bitcoin’s price nosedived nearly 3%. Since past few weeks Musk has had a formidable hand in determining the fortune of Bitcoin price.

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