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The Guardian says six people likely had their profiles viewed by suspected terrorists. The bug showed a moderator's personal info in the activity logs for Facebook groups where the target was an admin. "Making Facebook a hostile place for terrorists is really important to us", said Monika Bickert, Facebook's head of global policy management. The spokesman said the company assessed the level risk for each affected moderator, and the company contacted each of them individually to offer ...
  • United Kingdom fears the Gulf's Qatar blockade is hurting its people

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    On June 5, Saudi Arabia , followed by the UAE , Bahrain, and Egypt suddenly cut ties with Qatar , accusing Doha of supporting and financing terrorism in the Middle East. France has economic and military ties with Qatar and other Gulf states. "Qatar has a history of supporting groups across a wide political spectrum, including those that engage in violence", he added.
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    The Sun's "evil" twin is probably lurking beyond the Solar System

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    A new research done by the theoretical physicist from UC Berkeley and a radio astronomer from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory at Harvard University shows that all stars in the universe are born in pairs. 'We are saying, yes, there probably was a Nemesis, a long time ago, ' said study co-author Steven Stahler, a UC Berkeley research astronomer. According to the scientists, the research on the universe especially the studies on the solar stars are very critical since the sun is ...
  • Taylor Swift's Music Is Now Back For Streaming On Spotify

    Taylor Swift's Music Is Now Back For Streaming On Spotify

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    Taylor Swift has made her entire back catalogue available on Spotify, ending a three-year boycott of the streaming service following a row over artist royalties. In a pop star gut punch heard 'round the world, Taylor Swift did her best to overshadow Katy Perry's release of Witness tonight. Perry told late night TV host James Corden about the situation during the " Carpool Karaoke " segment.
  • One of the three attackers was in documentary on extremists

    One of the three attackers was in documentary on extremists

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    Pakistan-born Khuram Butt, 27, and Rachid Redouane , 30, both from Barking were the other two attackers, according to BBC . Officials said assailants plowed into pedestrians on London Bridge using a van, then drove to Borough Market , where they attacked people with knives.
  • Hitman Series Stays With IO Interactive As It Officially Goes Indie

    Hitman Series Stays With IO Interactive As It Officially Goes Indie

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    According to the Japanese developer and publisher this was done to narrow its focus on key franchises and studios; and clearly IO Interactive was not one of these studios and Hitman is obviously not one of these franchises. Naturally, the team are also excited for the future and are now open to opportunities for collaborations and partnerships. And there's always room for a Hitman Season 2.
  • E3 2017: Super Mario Odyssey Co-op Revealed

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    Single player mode shows Mario's hat as a crucial device since it can be employed to catch enemies and other flying objects, as spotted by Polygon . Mario also has to control his camera. Nintendo exhibited several interesting features during the launch of the new version. Super Mario Odyssey is the talk of the town at E3 2017 .
  • Latest Wikileaks Release, 'Cherry Blossom' Exposes CIA Wireless Hacking

    Latest Wikileaks Release, 'Cherry Blossom' Exposes CIA Wireless Hacking

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    Wikileaks suggests that the 25 models now capable of running CherryBlossom could be increased to over 100 with modification, making them the flawless location for staging "man in the middle" attacks. In response to this information, the CherryTree sends a Mission with operator-defined tasking. A Flytrap can be instructed to scan a Targets such as email addresses, chat user names, MAC addresses and VoIP numbers in the network traffic passing through it.
  • 'Wonder Woman' cruises past 'The Mummy' at box office

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    The acclaimed " Wonder Woman " followed up its record-breaking opening weekend last week by winning the United States box office for a second-straight weekend with an estimated $57 million, according to Exhibitor Relations , a dip of only 45% from last weekend.
  • Trump blasts reported obstruction probe as 'phony'

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    Robert Mueller, a former FBI director, is leading an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. Comey said he declined to tell agents working on the case about his conversation with Trump to shield them. Trump has denied any collusion between himself or any of his associates and Russian Federation, and Putin has denied that Moscow sought to interfere in the election.
  • Moto C Plus Will Be Available via Flipkart Post Its Monday Launch

    Moto C Plus Will Be Available via Flipkart Post Its Monday Launch

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    However, like Moto C, the company could bring a new variant of the device for India, probably a much cheaper one. As far as the specs are concerned, the Moto C Plus , similar to Moto C sports a 5-inch display, however, unlike Moto C that has FWVGA display, Moto C Plus flaunts HD display.
  • Congressional shooter's wife: 'I'm sorry that he did this'

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    Hodgkinson of Belleville, Ill ., to open fire on Republican lawmakers and congressional staffers gathered for baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., Tuesday morning. "I'm sorry that he did this, but there's nothing I can do about it", she said, according to interviews posted on St. Louis television stations' websites.