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Ingolstadt wearing special jerseys after anti-Semitic abuse

Mar 16, 2019

Second-division German club Ingolstadt will wear jerseys with an anti-fascist message in response to anti-Semitic abuse targeting its Israeli captain, Almog Cohen

Tech companies scramble to remove New Zealand shooting video

Mar 15, 2019

Internet companies scramble to remove New Zealand mosque shooting video

Big tech companies cast as monopolies in UK government study

Mar 13, 2019

UK review of digital competition urges new rules to deal with power of tech giants

Brazil's Bolsonaro under fire for misleading tweet on media

Mar 12, 2019

The tumultuous relationship between Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and the media has heated up, after the far-right leader criticized a journalist who has written damaging pieces about the first family for one of the country's largest newspapers

Conflicting reports surround fate of baby of UK IS bride

Mar 8, 2019

There are conflicting reports Friday about the newborn son of U.K.-born teenager Shamima Begum, who left her London home to join the Islamic State group in Syria, after Begum's lawyer said the boy was reported to have died

Facebook's vision of future? Looks like Chinese app WeChat

Mar 7, 2019

Facebook's pivot to focus on private messaging and multiple services looks a lot like what Chinese app WeChat has been doing for years.

Insta-Monarch: Queen Elizabeth makes first Instagram post

Mar 7, 2019

Queen Elizabeth II has posted her first Instagram image

Neymar lashes out after PSG's Champions League loss to Man U

Mar 7, 2019

Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar has lashed out against a video assistant referee decision that opened the way for Manchester United to eliminate his French club from the Champions League

Brazil's Bolsonaro tweets obscene video, draws sharp rebuke

Mar 6, 2019

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has aroused outrage by sharing a video on Twitter that shows one man urinating on the head of another man during a Carnival party

UK royals to block internet trolls on social media sites

Mar 4, 2019

Britain's royal family is warning that it will block internet trolls posting offensive messages on its social media channels _ and may report offenders to police

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