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How Many Situations Will We Let Facebook Entirely Abuse Its Energy?

How Many Situations Will We Let Facebook Entirely Abuse Its Energy?

Facebook recently reached a deal with Australia to restore the pages of news outlets on its website. But the social media conglomerate illegally shut down thousands of pages in the process, including some that had no association with Australia. This is just another case of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook abusing their power, and we should…...

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Pat Sajak Accused of Mocking a Visitor, but He’s Fully Mocking His Haters

Pat Sajak Accused of Mocking a Visitor, but He’s Fully Mocking His Haters

Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak has made several mistakes live on air recently. His latest ‘gaffe’ has turned into accusations that he was mocking someone with a speech impediment. Once you watch the video, you’ll see that people will go to any lengths to get the attention of canceling someone. Pat Sajak seems like…...

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Look Out, Nick Jonas – the Execute Mob Is Circling You

Look Out, Nick Jonas – the Execute Mob Is Circling You

Nick Jonas was trending today on Twitter for a new spaceship space emoji. He’s also been getting mentions in regards to his tequila company. Earlier this week, Kendall Jenner was getting dragged for starting her own tequila company in what critics called ‘cultural appropriation.’ What makes Nick Jonas any different? Nick Jonas was trending on…...

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Ronny Tong: prosecutors can incessantly appeal on bail

Ronny Tong: prosecutors can incessantly appeal on bail

Senior counsel and government adviser Ronny Tong has defended the right of prosecutors to appeal against a decision to grant bail to defendants, after 15 pro-democracy figures were held despite a national security magistrate's decision to allow bail. The Department of Justice launched the appeal against Chief Magistrate Victor So's decision on Thursday night, forcing…...

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All 47 pro-democracy suspects remanded in custody

All 47 pro-democracy suspects remanded in custody

A national security magistrate on Thursday granted bail to 15 pro-democracy activists and politicians charged with conspiracy to commit subversion, only to remand them in custody once again after the Department of Justice sought a review of his decision. Thirty-one other defendants in the case were all denied bail outright, while legal scholar Benny Tai…...

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Excessive Courtroom revokes bail for Benny Tai in Grab case

Excessive Courtroom revokes bail for Benny Tai in Grab case

The High Court on Thursday revoked bail previously granted to former University of Hong Kong legal scholar Benny Tai, as it reserved judgement on whether he and other activists could lodge an appeal in a case over their roles in the 2014 Occupy protests. The Occupy movement co-founder was given a 16-month jail sentence in…...

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‘Leave the politics to the politicians,’ Crown licensed respectable urges prefer in Meng case

‘Leave the politics to the politicians,’ Crown licensed respectable urges prefer in Meng case

VANCOUVER — A Crown lawyer is urging a B.C. Supreme Court judge to ignore the "geopolitical winds swirling around" Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's extradition case and focus instead on the legal context. VANCOUVER — A Crown lawyer is urging a B.C. Supreme Court judge to ignore the "geopolitical winds swirling around" Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's…...

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Ronny Tong: prosecutors can always allure on bail

Ronny Tong: prosecutors can always allure on bail

Senior counsel and government adviser Ronny Tong has defended the right of prosecutors to appeal against a decision to grant bail to defendants, after 15 pro-democracy figures were held despite a national security magistrate's decision to allow bail. The Department of Justice launched the appeal against Chief Magistrate Victor So's decision on Thursday night, forcing…...

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All 47 pro-democracy suspects remanded in custody

All 47 pro-democracy suspects remanded in custody

A national security magistrate on Thursday granted bail to 15 pro-democracy activists and politicians charged with conspiracy to commit subversion, only to remand them in custody once again after the Department of Justice sought a review of his decision. Thirty-one other defendants in the case were all denied bail outright, while legal scholar Benny Tai…...

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