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Trump’s Executive Order Targeting Chinese App WeChat Could Seriously Damage NBA’s Business Ties With China

President Donald Trump’s decision to bar businesses from dealing with Chinese social media app WeChat could negatively impact the NBA’s business arrangement with the Chinese Communist Party. Trump’s decision to ban businesses from communicating with the app could create problems for the league, which has a business deal with WeChat’s parent company, Tencent Holdings, CNBC reported Tuesday. The NBA’s $1.5 ...

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YouTube Reinstates Live Action’s Viral Video Describing Abortion Procedures

YouTube has reinstated a viral video in which a doctor describes abortion procedures after the platform temporarily removed the video Friday, saying it violated YouTube guidelines. The pro-life group Live Action initially posted “Abortion Procedures: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Trimesters” on February 24, 2016. Former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino describes four abortion procedures during the first, second, and third trimesters ...

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Twitter, Facebook Censor Trump Over Post Suggesting Children Are ‘Almost Immune’ From Coronavirus

Twitter partially suspended President Donald Trump’s campaign Twitter account on Wednesday for posting a tweet containing a video of Trump suggesting children are “almost immune” to coronavirus. The post contains an interview Trump gave to Fox News Wednesday morning in which the president made the claim relating to children and the ongoing pandemic, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. Facebook removed ...

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Trump On TikTok: ‘We’re Banning Them From The United States’

President Donald Trump said Friday night that he is going to ban the Chinese video streaming app TikTok through emergency economic powers or through an executive order, CNN reported. “As far as TikTok is concerned, we’re banning them from the United States,” Trump told reporters while aboard Air Force One, the report noted. “I have that authority,” he added. The president’s ...

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Conservatives Should Not Use Google Search in Their Browsers – and Here’s How to Fix it

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Americans with Conservative views have become increasingly frustrated by biased search results from Google search. Google has proven this in the way they shaped traffic to this post moments after it was posted. When we posted this, we saw more than 150 pageviews per minute – that indicated a viral post. Apparently Google also noticed that and quickly (within minutes) ...

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Three Individuals Charged for Alleged Roles in Twitter Hack

Three individuals have been charged today for their alleged roles in the Twitter hack that occurred on July 15, 2020. Mason Sheppard, aka “Chaewon,” 19, of Bognor Regis, in the United Kingdom, was charged in a criminal complaint in the Northern District of California with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and the intentional access of ...

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Watch: NASA and ULA Launch New Mission to Mars

NASA is set to launch its Perseverance Rover and Ingenuity Helicopter to Mars on Thursday. The Rover will head to space aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket then continue to Mars with expected arrival in February 2021. The launch is scheduled for 7:50 a.m. EDT. Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available ...

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FLASHBACK: Twitter Never Suspended Chinese Spokesman After He Blamed US For COVID Outbreak

Twitter suspended Donald Trump Jr., but not one of China’s chief spokesmen, after being accused of spreading false COVID information. Chinese politician Lijian Zhao said in his March 12 tweet that the United States Army might be responsible for bringing the virus to China. “It might be the US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan,” Zhao, the spokesman and ...

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United Launch Alliance Atlas V Set to Launch Mars 2020 Mission for NASA Launch to Mark ULA’s 20th Mission to the Red Planet

A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket is in final preparations to launch NASA’s Mars 2020 mission with the Perseverance rover. The launch is on track for July 30 at Space Launch Complex-41 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The launch is planned for 7:50 a.m. EDT at the opening of a two-hour launch window. The live launch broadcast ...

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Google Has Not Explained What Led To A Glitch That Blocked Some Conservative Websites

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A glitch in Google’s search function that effectively quarantined a slate of conservative news websites was the result of a “technical error,” the online giant told Mediaite recently without explaining what led to the malfunction in the first place.  Google has not responded to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for more details about the bug, nor has the tech ...

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What is a Data Warehouse, and do I need one?

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A data warehouse is a centralized database, which is specifically optimized for analysis and analytics workloads. It has been classically defined by the following four unique characteristics: Subject Oriented: A data warehouse is designed to analyze data from a particular subject (e.g. sales)Integrated: A data warehouse does not contain new information, but rather data gathered from distributed, usually heterogenous sources. ...

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Facebook Forms ‘Equity And Inclusion’ Teams To Analyze How Minority Users Are Affected By Its Algorithm

Facebook and Instagram announced it will develop teams to analyze potential racial bias on the social media platforms to see if the platforms differently affect minority users, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The teams were created partly in response to advertiser boycotts of the company due to internal policies and employee dissatisfaction with official responses to social issues, and ...

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The trouble with medicating mental illness

Katherine Ellison, Knowable Magazine The standard of care for the severely mentally ill in the United States has drastically changed since the 1950s, when more than half a million patients resided in enormous state hospitals. As pharmaceutical firms developed new antipsychotic medications, national policy shifted such that most of the old hospitals have now closed. Today, the majority of US ...

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