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Moscow, today: Police stopping people to read their phone messages
Police officers in Moscow today are stopping people, demanding to see their phones, READING THEIR MESSAGES, and refusing to release them if they refuse.
As everybody know thanks to Moscow’s citizen Mr. Edward Snowden, In USA authorities are doing it remotely, automatically and to everybody :-)
'Shameful' inaction from ministers still allows Russian 'dirty money' to flow through UK, says report
The government committee said complacency and ineffective action has meant Russian assets are being laundered through the City of London despite the war in Ukraine.
After two pandemic years, a summer travel bounce — and chaos
At a tourism conference in Phuket last month, Thailand’s prime minister looked out at attendees and posed a question with a predictable answer.
The last remnant of Facebook's crypto project shuts down September 1
Meta plans to shutter its Novi digital wallet just eleven months after the company formerly known as Facebook debuted it.
How Meta’s metaverse vision will change the future of communication
Creativity is all about connection and increasingly brands will communicate via evolving technologies as the metaverse takes shape, says Meta’s Angie Gifford.
Bitcoin Family say they lost $1 million on their investment this year, but sold a lot at peak
The "Bitcoin Family" is down more than $1 million on their bitcoin investment since the world's most popular digital coin peaked at around $69,000.
Can you guess which cities are ranked most expensive for expats?
Looking for a cheaper city to live in as an expat? Head east - but forget about Hong Kong.
Airlines 'to announce new wave of cancellations next week' as holidaymakers face more disruption
Britain's busiest airport Heathrow reportedly has to tell officials which flights are no longer running by Friday - just as some schools begin breaking up for the summer holidays.
EU agrees on landmark rules to tame 'Wild West' crypto market
The rules aim to better protect consumers from wild swings in cryptocurrencies and require more transparency on the industry’s environmental impact.
Don’t Worry, Eat Your Hot Dog, Experts Say, But This Photo May Make You Think Twice
After seeing this photo of pink stuff spilled on a highway, we HAD to find out what a hot dog even is — and whether they’re bad for you or not.
Boris Johnson faces investigation into claims over 40 ‘new’ hospitals
Trusts reveal only five wholly new hospitals planned, as Labour says the scheme ‘exists only in PM’s imagination’
A Black Man Was Killed By Police After He Was Struck By More Than 60 Bullets, His Family's Lawyer Said
"I have never seen the kind of grief and the kind of pain that I'm seeing today," the family's lawyer told.
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