(Bloomberg) -- Elusive cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee was arrested in Spain for tax evasion in the U.S., the Justice Department in Washington said.McAfee is accused of failing to file U.S. tax returns from 2014 to 2018 and hiding assets including...
AnonymousJohn McAfee (@officialmcafee) was arrested in Spain for tax evasion in the U.S. The SEC also sued McAfee over promoting cryptocurrency offerings on Twitter.
Facebook employees collected evidence showing the company is giving right-wing pages preferential treatment when it comes to misinformation. And they’re worried about how the company will handle the president’s falsehoods in an election year.
AnonymousFacebook fired an employee who collected evidence of Right-Wing pages getting preferential treatment.
"It appears that policy people have been intervening in fact-checks on behalf of *exclusively* right-wing publishers." #DeleteFacebook
Some states have recently increased the severity of criminal penalties for protesters along political lines.
AnonymousThe United States has responded to mass protests against police brutality, human rights violations, and impunity by charging demonstrators with committing felonies, including terrorism charges.
As part of its ongoing work on housing security and tracking how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting US households’ financial security, the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program, along with colleagues at 8 additional institutes and...
Eyewitness accounts emerge of the violence that left 239 people dead after the assassination of singer Hachalu Hundessa
AnonymousAs internet in #Ethiopia is restored details of violent unrest emerge. At least 239 people were killed by racist Oromo men armed w/ machetes targeting ethnic minorities in Dera. Most Oromo residents of Dera hid neighbours from the mobs saving many lives.
International experts warn of humanitarian catastrophes as the fight against the novel coronavirus draws resources from other health campaigns.
Anonymous#COVID19 may push 8% of Earth's population into poverty.
Experts warn that deaths from secondary impacts — hunger, diseases, and violence exacerbated by the pandemic — may dwarf the number of those who die of the novel coronavirus itself.
By Oscar LopezMEXICO CITY, June 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A rgentina’s largest newspaper on Wednesday published an obituary filling several pages with the names of more than 300 …
AnonymousArgentine newspaper publishes massive obituary of femicide victims. #Argentina has seen a surge in femicides, with the number of women murdered reaching a 10-year high under #Covid19 lockdown. #StopKillingWomen #stopkillingwomenandchildren #NiUnaMas
The move brings Snapchat more in line with Twitter's approach to the president's rhetoric, while Facebook has maintained it will not take action.
AnonymousSnapchat will no longer promote President Trump’s content in its Discover section, the company says, adding that it will not “amplify voices who incite racial violence.” #ICantBreathe #GeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMatter
From seizing control of the internet to declaring martial law, President Trump may legally do all kinds of extraordinary things.
AnonymousThis is how fucked you (person living in the United States) will be if Trump declares a national emergency (which he can do at any point he feels like without oversight).
Spoiler: The Congress and the Senate can't legally stop him.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy that has led to more than 2,000 children being separated from their parents at the southern U.S. border is "wrong."
Anonymous#Canada on the United States internment camps and separation of children: "What's going on in the United States is wrong," cbc.ca/news/politics/… …
A French government spokesman said Tuesday that the country does not “share certain values” with the Untied States as the Trump administration digs in on its policy of separating migrant families at the border.