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    Crypto exchanges refuse to freeze all Russian accounts as Ukraine requested

    Major crypto exchanges such as Coinbase and Binance have refused to comply with Ukraine’s request to freeze all Russian accounts, claiming that doing so would damage people and go against their values. A Binance spokeswoman told CNBC that unilaterally banning people’s access to their crypto would “fly in the face of the reason why crypto […] More

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    You can’t copyright AI-created art, according to US officials

    The US Register Office has dismissed an attempt to copyright AI-created art for the second time. Dr. Stephen Thaler attempted to copyright a piece of art titled A Recent Entrance to Paradise, claiming that the USCO’s “human authorship” criteria were unconstitutional in a second request for reconsideration of a 2019 verdict. The agency recognized that […] More

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    Ukraine asks Apple to stop product sales and block App Store access in Russia

    Apple has been asked by Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister to stop selling its products and shut down its App Store in Russia. In a letter to Tim Cook, Mykhailo Fedorov, the country’s Minister of Digital Transformation, has requested the tech giant’s cooperation. In an attempt to persuade Apple’s CEO, he said, “The entire world is […] More

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    Meta wants to Build a Universal Language Translator

    This article is about how Meta wants to build a Universal Language Translator? Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn’t simply talk about his company’s unwavering vision for the future, dubbed the Metaverse, at an Inside the Lab: Building for the Metaverse with AI webcast event on Wednesday. He also stated that Meta’s research division is working […] More

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    Russia blocks access to Twitter

    As its invasion of Ukraine progresses, Russia has taken steps to block access to Twitter and Russia blocks access to Twitter. The platform was nearly completely blacked out across all major domestic telecom providers, including Rostelecom and MTS, starting early Saturday morning, according to internet monitor NetBlocks. Residents and visitors to Russia can still use […] More

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    US Sanctions against Russia will limit its access to Technology from Overseas

    The US Sanctions against Russia are going to limit its access to both low- and high-tech commodities from other countries. The Commerce Department has produced a list of enhanced license policies and procedures in response to Russia’s continued invasion of Ukraine, as first reported by Reuters. Results of US Sanctions against Russia As a result […] More

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    OnlyFans faces Lawsuit over Terrorism Database claims

    According to the BBC, OnlyFans is facing two lawsuits over charges that it colluded with Facebook to delete adult entertainment accounts by putting their content on a terrorism database. A competitor platform called FanCentro launched one earlier this week, while the other is a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of three adult artists. In the […] More

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    Knockout City’ is going free-to-play in June

    Knockout City, a Dodgebrawl brawler, will be free-to-play on all platforms when its sixth season launches later this year. In addition, instead of being published by Electronic Arts, game developer Velan Studios will self-publish Knockout City. According to a statement on the game’s website, this will allow Velan to expand this game’s global audience and […] More

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    Twitter restores suspended accounts that tracked Russian military activity

    In the thick of the Ukraine invasion, Twitter revealed that it blocked accounts sharing Russian military action by mistake. According to futureTechWorld, the deleted accounts included an aggregator of user-generated content from Ukraine and accounts belonging to people doing open-source intelligence (OSINT) to refute fake news and claims. While some users blamed the account cancellations […] More

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