Bayern Munich president Hoeness reignites war of words with Arsenal star Mesut Ozil

first_imgHe told SportBild: “Ozil has been playing s*** for years.“He won his last tackle before the 2014 World Cup.”Despite statistics proving it was unfair for critics to single Ozil out for Germany’s premature exit at the World Cup, the 66-year-old has aimed another verbal barb at the playmaker.“I’ve been watching the player for a long time and he’s a well-marketed product whose image is a lot better than he is, which is the only big blame for me,” Hoeness told Sky Sports News in Germany. “Had [Germany coach Joachim] Low gone to Arsenal more often in London and looked at him properly, he probably would not have taken him for sporting reasons.“It is a miracle that he is now captain at Arsenal.”The 29-year-old was substituted by new Gunners boss Unai Emery during the club’s 3-2 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday evening.Arsenal are without a point from their opening two Premier League games, but face West Ham United on Saturday at the Emirates. 2 Ozil retired from international duty after being made the scapegoat for Germany’s exit at the World Cup 2 Uli Hoeness has lashed out at Arsenal star Mesut Ozil once again, claiming the midfielder is just a ‘well-marketed product’.The Bayern Munich president was one of the more vocal critics after Ozil announced his decision to retire from the Germany side after the World Cup this summer. Hoeness was damning in his criticism of Ozil, but the stats tell a completely different story last_img read more

Public service charter: ‘make it real’

first_img A Batho Pele call center number – 0860 428 392 – has been launched to get public feedback on the implementation of the charter. Last month, all trade unions represented in the Public Service Coordination Bargaining Council signed the charter and committed to take the lead in its implementation. On Wednesday, Sisulu said the charter would be internalised in government so that all officials came to know and understand the expectations of the people. “During the drafting of the charter, we asked our people to comment and give suggestions on how we can improve service delivery, and they said public servants must be on time and work daily to resolve their problems. That’s all they are asking for – a public service that meets their expectations.” She said the charter was binding to all public servants, including those in local government. In her budget vote speech earlier this year, Sisulu told MPs that the service charter represented “a social contract between ourselves, public sector unions and citizens – the main beneficiaries of services delivered by the state”. During last month’s launch of the charter, Sisulu committed the government to creating the working conditions that would enable public servants to meet the requirements of the charter. SAnews.gov.za and SAinfo reporter Serve the public in an unbiased, impartial manner;Provide timely services;Respect and protect each person’s dignity and rights as contained in the Constitution;Not engage in any action or transaction that conflicts with or infringes on the execution of their duties;Act against fraud, corruption, nepotism and maladministration; andDemonstrate professionalism, competency and transparency in the performance of their duties. 12 September 2013 Parliament has called on the government and labour to ensure that the recently launched Public Service Charter is fully implemented, and that South Africans are empowered to know their rights and report bad service. During a briefing by Public Service and Administration Minister Lindiwe Sisulu in Cape Town on Wednesday, members of the portfolio committee on public service and administration urged the minister, along with public service unions, to ensure that the charter’s vision became a reality. “We are all aware of the challenges facing our people,” said the acting chairperson of the committee, Eric Nyekembe. “We hope this charter will introduce a chapter where government and labour will work together to improve service delivery. “This charter must empower our people to report and complain when they are faced with bad service.” The charter, which all public servants will be expected to sign, seeks to ensure an effective, efficient and responsive public service by committing public servants to:last_img read more

On Women’s Day, Rahul promises to push reservation Bill in House

first_imgCongress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday promised a series of offerings for women if his party came to power in Odisha.Interacting with women on the occasion of Women’s Day during his visit to Jeypore in Odisha’s Koraput district, he promised to get the women’s reservation Bill passed in Parliament and adopt a policy of ‘zero tolerance’ for atrocities against women. He said all women would be provided free education of their choice, be it in engineering, medicine or any other field. He also promised financial assistance for the marriage of poor women and enhancement of widows’ pension to ₹2,000 a month. Assembly elections will be held in Odisha along with the Lok Sabha polls.The Congress chief promised to help women self-help groups through more bank loans and said the party will appoint special officers for women in every panchayat. Rafale dealLater in the day, addressing a public meeting at Jeypore, around 30 km from the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited plant at Sunabeda, Mr. Gandhi came down sharply on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sidelining the public sector undertaking in the Rafale fighter jet deal. Inclusion of HAL in the deal would have provided employment opportunity to youths, but now it only benefited Anil Ambani, he alleged.Mr. Gandhi promised loan waiver to farmers and enhancement of support price for paddy to ₹2,500 within 10 days if the Congress came to power in Odisha. He reiterated the promise of minimum income guarantee for the poor in the State.He ended his speech with sarcasm aimed at Mr. Modi. “We want to provide a government that hears your ‘mann ki baat’ instead of making you hear ‘mann ki baat,’ he said.last_img read more

Celtics ban fan for two years over verbal insults toward DeMarcus Cousins

first_imgMOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants The Celtics indicated the fan involved was under 18 and violated team policy regarding fan conduct.“On January 26, we were alerted by DeMarcus Cousins that a fan had used racially offensive language towards him,” the Celtics said in a statement. “Immediately upon receiving the complaint, the fan, who was a minor, was ejected.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“The following day, per our policy regarding any reported fan behavior complaint, the team initiated an exhaustive investigation of the incident that included reviewing video from multiple angles and identifying and interviewing numerous fans, security personnel, and police in the immediate vicinity.“In the course of this investigation, we were able to conclude that the fan had been verbally abusive toward the Golden State bench, but none of the interviewed parties were able to verify the use of racially offensive language, and video evidence proved inconclusive. Boston Celtics’ Jayson Tatum (0), Aron Baynes, and Terry Rozier (12) confront Golden State Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in Oakland, Calif. Cousins and Tatum received double technical fouls on the play. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)The Boston Celtics have banned a supporter from all games for two years for offensive comments directed to Golden State center DeMarcus Cousins, the NBA team said Friday.The visiting Warriors defeated Boston 115-111 on January 26 with Cousins contributing 15 points and eight rebounds in 23 minutes for the reigning NBA champions.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles “Based on our investigation, the fan was issued a two-year ban from all Celtics games, and is also subject to lifetime probation pursuant to our policy. The punishment for any corroborated discriminatory language used towards any player, employee, or fan at a Celtics home game is a lifetime ban.”The Celtics shared notice of their investigation and final discipline plans with the Warriors, adding, “We express the deepest regrets that this incident happened to DeMarcus, as such behavior violates everything the Boston Celtics have always stood for.”The Utah Jazz banned a fan for life earlier this month after video emerged of a verbal exchange between the man and Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook.ADVERTISEMENT Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snagcenter_img Lionel Messi upset with criticism from Argentina fans Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving LATEST STORIES Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Google Philippines names new country director View commentslast_img read more

Tony Bennett Performs At Voices Against Violence Event

first_imgSinger Tony Bennett, who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Selma in 1965, performed at the “Realize the Dream” rally as part of the Voices Against Violence (VAV) campaign on Saturday, August 24th at the Lincoln Memorial.The rally was a part of the “National Action to Realize the Dream” march planned to continue the efforts begun 50 years ago when Dr. King gave his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech.Voices Against Violence (VAV), a campaign led by Tony Bennett, his son, Danny Bennett, and The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, was founded earlier this year to give voice to the overwhelming majority of Americans who support sensible gun reforms and use that voice to hold elected leaders accountable and create change. This week, VAV launched a groundbreaking new website designed to engage and amplify the voice of the American people to engage people at Saturday’s rally.The website, VoicesAgainstViolence.com, will engage the American population in a way that’s never been done before, by converting the public voice into a unique visual identity called a voice signature. Once users visit the site, they will say their name and recite a phrase of solidarity, “My voice matters.” The site will generate a unique voice signature in real time that users can share across the social web.“Dr. King’s humanitarian message of non-violence is as relevant and necessary today as it was 50 years ago. I share his dream that we need to do away with violence in all its forms, especially gun violence, and work towards mutual respect and understanding between citizens regardless of their race, religion or ethnic background,” commented Tony Bennett.“Fifty years ago Dr. Martin Luther King gathered with thousands of people to amplify their voices for change. We hope to continue to amplify the voice of the people, so politicians heed our call,” said Danny Bennett, a co-founder of Voices Against Violence.“Dr. King was one of the most powerful voices in history that inspired the voices of millions of Americans who spoke out for change. It is time for the American public once again to raise its voice, this time on the issue of the gun violence that is destroying our communities and our nation, and there is no more fitting place to start than on the 50thanniversary of the historic March On Washington,” said Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.While the impact of gun violence affects every community, African American children and teens are 17 times more likely to die from gun homicide than white youth, according to the latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And while African Americans make up 15 percent of youth in America, African Americans accounted for 45 percent of child and teen gun deaths in 2010, based on the most recent data available.VAV’s participation in the rally included a performance by Tony Bennett, honorary chair of the “Voices Against Violence” campaign, Dan Gross, President, Brady Campaign, and guest speakers that are victims of gun violence.last_img read more

Super Bowl ad winners and losers

first_img AP, Posted: February 4, 2019 February 4, 2019 Super Bowl ad winners and losers AP 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsNEW YORK (AP) — This year some of the Super Bowl ads that grabbed the greatest buzz were surprises, like Bud Light’s “Game of Thrones” teaser. Other crowd-pleasers focused on humor, like Amazon’s take on celebrity product testers.While the New England Patriots bested the L.A. Rams on Sunday in Atlanta during Super Bowl 53, brands were also winning and losing off the field. Some spots, like Google’s ad about its translation service, charmed many viewers. But others like Mint Mobile’s ad about “chunky milk” fell flat.San Diego Advertising Executive Kathy Cunningham stopped by Good Morning San Diego to discuss the hottest trending Super Bowl ads.BESTAmazonThe Amazon ad was an early crowd pleaser when it was released well ahead of the game. Harrison Ford, Forest Whitaker and other celebrities test out rejected Amazon products that feature its Alexa digital assistant, such as a talking electric toothbrush and a dog collar.Bud LightBud Light’s crossover with Game of Thrones was a hit because it came as such a surprise. What started out as the “Bud Knight” in a jousting tournament morphs into a promo for the next “Game of Thrones” season.“It was somewhat confusing at first,” said Mark DiMassimo, chief of ad agency DiMassimo Goldstein. “But it was super engaging and fun and surprising.”Stella ArtoisTo tout its partnership with Water.org, which helps provide clean water to the developing world, the beer maker shows two 1990s icons giving up their signature drinks for a philanthropy-supporting brew. “The Dude” — a Jeff Bridges character from “The Big Lebowski” —forgoes his White Russian, while Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex and the City” eschews her cosmopolitan. The 1990s nostalgia was a hit with viewers.HuluHulu kicked off the evening’s surprises during the first break with an ad that started out like Ronald Reagan’s 1984 campaign ad “Morning in America.” But it was soon revealed to be a teaser for the next season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” ”Wake up America, morning’s over,” a voiceover stated.“It was a great misdirect and great placement,” DiMassimo said.GoogleAn ad promoting its Google Translate service pointed out that although “words can hurt and sometimes divide,” the most translated words in the world are “How are you,” ”Thank you” and “I love you.”Kim Whitler, marketing professor at the University of Virginia, said the ad was an example of how the night’s “most powerful ads focused on unity, positivity and commonality.”MicrosoftAnother heart-tugger was Microsoft’s ad showing a disabled child talking excitedly about the fun he had using an adaptive Xbox controller designed for players with mobility limitations.“It combined true emotion, great storytelling, and relevant product innovation with an insight about their category (gaming) as a great equalizer,” DiMassimo said.WORSTMint MobileThe wireless provider was trying to stand out from larger rivals Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. But the “gross-out” route may not have been the way to do it.The ad compares Mint Mobile’s $20-a-month wireless plan with “chunky milk,” then it shows a fake ad with a family drinking the unappetizing beverage. A mint-colored cartoon fox says the milk is “not right,” but Mint Mobile’s plan “is right.”“The ad could be confusing. People might just remember that Mint’s pricing is ‘not right,’” said Northwestern University marketing professor Tim Calkins.Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines created a trailer for a six-minute short directed by Ridley Scott, known for directing Apple’s iconic “1984” ad. It was the storied director’s first return to the Super Bowl in decades. But some viewers took to Twitter to express confusion over what exactly the ad was trying to promote. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Even College Students Have A Racial Divide On NFL Players Taking A

first_img Share RODGER MALLISON / FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAMJerry Jones and the Cowboys take a knee before their game against the Arizona Cardinals.President Trump took another predawn Twitter swipe at a protesting NFL player this morning. That came after a UT-Dallas researcher released a new study showing a deep racial divide among college students about “taking a knee” protests.Can you believe that the disrespect for our Country, our Flag, our Anthem continues without penalty to the players. The Commissioner has lost control of the hemorrhaging league. Players are the boss! https://t.co/udXP5MR8BC— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 24, 2017Trump’s target this time was Olivier Vernon of the New York Giants. Vernon took a knee during the national anthem of the nationally televised, Thanksgiving-night game against Washington.Vernon is the son of a retired cop. He and dozens of NFL players have been protesting racial inequality and police treatment of African-Americans.Alex Piquero’s research shows that divide reaching college campuses. Interview HighlightsWho was surveyed: “About 300 young adults in the Midwest. We asked them three questions related to the extent to which they were supportive of NFL players’ protests during the national anthem.”The survey’s results: “Three-quarters of African Americans supported the protests, whereas only a quarter of the whites did. But then when we looked at punishment, we found that every single black respondent disagreed or strongly disagreed with either the NFL punishing the players or team owners punishing the players, where in fact almost the opposite was true with whites”On how the findings correlate with President Trump’s support: “More conservative respondents were more likely to disagree with the protests, and they were more supportive of punishment. Then, we asked respondents whether or not they agreed with President Trump’s initial tweet coming out against the protesting players several months ago. Those respondents who agreed with the president about ‘firing those players’ were more likely to support the punishment and very much unlikely to support the protests.” Study ResultsIs kneeling during the national anthem appropriate? 90 percent of black respondents agree/strongly agree; 38 percent of non-black respondents agree/strongly agree.Is raising a fist in the air appropriate? 88 percent of black respondents agree/strongly agree; 32 percent of non-black respondents agree/strongly agree.Is sitting during the national anthem appropriate? 73 percent of black respondents agree/strongly agree; 22 percent of non-black respondents agree/strongly agree.Should the NFL punish players who protest? 100 percent of black respondents disagree/strongly disagree; 25 percent of non-black respondents disagree/strongly disagree.Should NFL owners punish players who protest? 100 percent of black respondents disagree/strongly disagree; 29 percent of non-black respondents disagree/strongly disagree.Photo credit: Rodger Mallison, Fort Worth Star-Telegram.This interview has been edited for clarity and length.last_img read more

CPM BJP Congress hold rally together in Nadia

first_imgKolkata: The allegations made by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee that Congress, CPI-M and BJP are fighting the three tier Panchayat election holding each other’s hands when a rally comprising the members of these parties was taken out in Nadia on Saturday.The rally which was taken out at Gangnapur gram panchayat area in Nadia was led by Rama Biswas, CPI-M MLA and state committee member of the party. She was the former Sabhadhipati of Nadia district. The candidates of all the three parties took part in the rally and urged people to vote for them. It may be mentioned that Mamata Banerjee have made this allegation over and again and criticised CPI-M for failing to stop the flight of its cadres of BJP. Sixty thousand cadres in Bengal have not renewed their membership and a significant number of these floating party workers have joined BJP. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe Panchayat election has witnessed an unprecedented number of Independent candidates. A total of 16,880 candidates are contesting in the Panchayat election. This is more than the number of candidates filed by Congress. Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS), CPI-ML (Liberation) and SUCI have filed their nominees as Independent candidates. Their collective strength will be around 880. The remaining 16,000 candidates are all members of various political parties. They are contesting the election without a party symbol. Political analysts said in many areas BJP is not contesting in its official symbol and has nominated an Independent candidate. CPI-M and Congress have towed this line. In Gram Panchayat, where the number of voters is less and every vote matters, fielding an independent candidate will put pressure on the ruling party.last_img read more

Facebook files a lawsuit against South Korean data analytics firm Rankwave for

first_imgOn Friday, Facebook revealed that it has filed a lawsuit against a South Korean data analytics firm, Rankwave claiming that it is unlawfully using its app data for personal marketing and advertising while not adhering to Facebook’s data policies. Facebook further stated that Rankwave failed to cooperate with the compliance audit, which Facebook says it requires from all developers using their platform. The lawsuit was filed in a California superior court in San Mateo County claims that Rankwave operated minimum 30 apps through Facebook’s platform and used “Facebook data in order to market and sell its own services, specifically tools used by various customers and businesses to track Facebook interactions such as likes and comments on their pages”. Rankwave also apparently misused data taken in by its own consumer app, called “Rankwave App”, for checking one’s social media ‘influencer score’. The app “could pull data about your Facebook activity such as location check-ins, determine that you’ve checked into a baseball stadium, and then Rankwave could help its clients target you with ads for baseball tickets”, TechCrunch reports. The lawsuit also mentions that the RankWave App stopped operating on the Facebook Platform around about March 30, 2018. On January 17, 2019, Facebook sent a written request for information (“RFI”) to Rankwave that requested proof that Rankwave was in compliance with its contractual obligations under Facebook’s Policies and TOS. Moreover, they also wanted to determine the Facebook data Rankwave were used to sell advertising and marketing, including whether any user data had been impacted. Rankwave did not respond to Facebook’s RFI, nor to an email, which reminded them that their response to the RFI was due on January 31, 2019. On February 13, 2019, Facebook sent Rankwave a Cease and desist letter (C&D Letter) which informed Rankwave that it had violated and continued to violate the platform policies, including Policy 7.9, by failing to provide proof of compliance with Facebook’s Platform Policies and TOS. Facebook Platform Policy, Section 7.9 states: “[Facebook] or an independent auditor acting on our behalf may audit your app, systems, and records to ensure your use of Platform and data you receive from us is safe and complies with our Terms, and that you’ve complied with our requests and requests from people who use Facebook to delete user data obtained through our Platform. If requested, you must provide proof that your app complies with our terms.” According to the lawsuit, in an email response on February 19, 2019, Rankwave ignored the demands in the C&D letter, including the audit request. It also claimed that it had not had access to any of its Facebook apps since 2018. Jessica Romero, Facebook’s Director of Platform Enforcement and Litigation, writes, “By filing the lawsuit, we are sending a message to developers that Facebook is serious about enforcing our policies, including requiring developers to cooperate with us during an investigation.” According to TechCrunch, “Rankwave came into Facebook’s crosshairs in June 2018 after it was sold to a Korean entertainment company in May 2017. Facebook assesses that the value of its data at the time of the buyout was $9.8 million. Worryingly, Facebook didn’t reach out to Rankwave until January 2019 for information proving it complied with the social network’s policies.” “Now Facebook is seeking money to cover the $9.8 million value of the data, additional monetary damages, and legal fees, plus injunctive relief restraining Rankwave from accessing the Facebook Platform, requiring it to comply with Facebook’s audit, requiring that it delete all Facebook data”, TechCrunch further added. Many are speculating this incident to the Cambridge Analytics scandal that abused private Facebook data in order to inform political campaigning efforts, leading the social media firm into a huge crisis. On Friday, Facebook co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg met French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris to discuss potential regulation of social networks. “We need new rules for the internet that will spell out the responsibilities of companies and those of governments,” Mr. Zuckerberg told French TV channel France 2 after the meeting. One of the users on HackerNews writes, “My prediction after the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke is that it would lead to an explosion in wealthy people who want to play at noopolitics. I suspect they have dozens of CA’s on their hands currently. At the very least, if not hundreds. The key takeaway that some people will have had from Cambridge Analytica, is not ‘they got caught, don’t do this’, but rather ‘they were largely successful and incredibly cheap’.” “The upshot from having lots of players in this space, however, is not one of greater control by insidious power addicts, but rather a loss of control as the players compete for attention and influence. So, chaos in the news and the elimination of any kind of consistent narrative from on high. I think we have been experiencing this for a while now. In some ways, it is almost an improvement”, the user further added. Facebook responds to Chris Hughes’ “It’s time to break up Facebook” Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes recently wrote an opinion piece in The New York Times that said, the company should be broken up. “Hughes stated that CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s “focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks,” and that he should be held accountable for his company’s mistakes” Nick Clegg, Facebook’s Vice President for global affairs and communications, in his response to Hughes’ thoughts states, “what matters is not size but rather the rights and interests of consumers, and our accountability to the governments and legislators who oversee commerce and communications.” Clegg, in his article, highlights on various achievements by Facebook, the key areas that FB is planning to concentrate on, and the misunderstanding associated with the company. He mentions, “The first misunderstanding is about Facebook itself and the competitive dynamics in which we operate.” The other one he mentions is that of antitrust laws. “Over the past two years we’ve focused heavily on blocking foreign adversaries from trying to influence democratic elections by using our platforms. We’ve done the same to protect against terrorism and hate speech and to better safeguard people’s data”, Clegg writes. Zuckerberg, also responded to Hughes in a TV interview with France Info while in Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron, ”When I read what he wrote, my main reaction was that what he’s proposing that we do isn’t going to do anything to help solve those issues.” He further added, “So I think that if what you care about is democracy and elections, then you want a company like us to be able to invest billions of dollars per year like we are in building up really advanced tools to fight election interference.” A user on HackerNews writes, “Mr. Clegg starts his opinion piece with a nirvana fallacy: breaking up Facebook won’t solve all the world’s problem, so why bother? More appeals are made throughout to Facebook’s large user-base, as justification for continued market dominance. Yet Mr. Clegg claims anti-trust laws do not apply to Facebook those laws are to ensure “low-cost, high-quality products” – and since Facebook is free, they’re immune from such rules. He proudly denigrates and defies the laws simply because they were “developed in the 1800s” which is an outright disgrace. I find his arguments wholly unedifying and severely lacking in substance and creativity. That pro-Facebook propaganda by their PR head is even deemed worthy of publishing (in NYTimes of all places!) is frankly a disappointment.” https://twitter.com/ewarren/status/1126493176406081537 https://twitter.com/SenSanders/status/1126848277083717633 To know more about this news in detail, head over to Nick Clegg’s post on The New York Times. Read Next Facebook bans six toxic extremist accounts and a conspiracy theory organization Facebook open-sources F14 algorithm for faster and memory-efficient hash tables New York AG opens investigation against Facebook as Canada decides to take Facebook to Federal Court for repeated user privacy violationslast_img read more