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Graziano took to TikTok, the platform where Noodle stole fans' hearts, to announce the beloved dog's death.
If Noodle stood up on his own, Graziano declared the day a “Bones Day.” If Noodle flopped over and refused to leave his bed, it was a “No Bones Day” — a sign to let yourself take a break and stay in.
Fans on Twitter are wishing Noodles farewell with the hashtag “BonesDay,” and commenting on Graziano's video extending their condolences.
"It will now and forever be a bones day," one fan commented on Graziano's TikTok, which was liked 47,300 times.
“Noodle and the No Bones Day” features Noodle and Graziano navigating both Bones Days and No Bones Days to show kids that it’s “OK not to feel 100 percent all of the time.”
Jones and Infowars had already been banned from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Apple, YouTube, Spotify, Google Play, Vimeo, Pinterest, Mailchimp and LinkedIn.
But Ye’s interview had more than 3.1 million views as of publication.
On other platforms, clips of the interview got millions more.
Twitter suspended Ye later that night after Ye tweeted an image that contained a swastika.
He showed clips of Ye praising Hitler, and Foreman speculated that his channel might get a “strike” from YouTube as a result.
La'eeb during the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Doha, Qatar on Nov. 20.
Karim Jaafar / AFP via Getty Images fileThey had earlier joked about La’eeb’s resemblance to traditional Chinese dumpling wrappers, and so Abdulrahman's nickname was born.
“We love him because he is so cute,” one user commented on Weibo, a popular social media platform similar to Twitter.
On Weibo, which he joined on Wednesday as “Little Prince La’eeb,” he has posted twice and gained almost 2.5 million followers.
Qatar has since been eliminated from the World Cup, becoming the first host country to lose all three matches in the group stage.
Despite police, county executives and national pundits falsely labeling bail reform a disaster, in the few places like New York state that have tried it, bail reform has been a win for freedom.
Bail reform has been a win for fiscal responsibility, saving taxpayers millions of dollars by avoiding the costs of unnecessary mass detention.
Laura Gillen, a Democrat and fierce opponent of bail reform who lost her Long Island congressional race, took to Twitter to argue that bail reform was a reason Democrats lost control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Democrats lost because they ran from the truth about bail reform, amplifying lies instead of championing what should have been their policy win.
The truth about bail reform isn’t just a political game — it is a moral imperative.
On Friday, Musk vowed "significant reinforcement of content moderation and protection of freedom of speech" in a meeting with France President Emmanuel Macron.
She said layoffs did not significantly impact full-time employees or contractors working on what the company referred to as its "Health" divisions, including in "critical areas" like child safety and content moderation.
She added that the number of people working on child safety had not changed since the acquisition, and that the product manager for the team was still there.
On child safety, for instance, Irwin said Twitter had shifted toward automatically taking down tweets reported by trusted figures with a track record of accurately flagging harmful posts.
In the interview on Thursday, Irwin said Twitter took down about 44,000 accounts involved in child safety violations, in collaboration with cybersecurity group Ghost Data.
The controversy involving Twitter and Hunter Biden dates to October 2020, weeks before the presidential election between Joe Biden and then-President Donald Trump.
Taibbi wrote that he has seen no evidence that there was government involvement in Twitter’s move to block the New York Post story.
Shortly after the New York Post published the article, Twitter pointed to concerns about hacked materials as the reason for blocking the story.
Zuckerberg cited warnings from the FBI about election-related threats, though none about Hunter Biden in particular.
Hunter Biden has said that federal prosecutors in Delaware are investigating his taxes.
Dec 2 (Reuters) - Emmanuel Macron met with Elon Musk on Friday afternoon and discussed efforts that have to be made by Twitter to comply with European regulations, the French president said in a tweet.
"Transparent user policies, significant reinforcement of content moderation and protection of freedom of speech: efforts have to be made by Twitter to comply with European regulations," Macron said in a tweet on Saturday.
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A tattoo removal studio in London is offering to eliminate Kanye West tattoos free of charge.
Naama Studios announced its "Yeezy come, Yeezy go" offer on Instagram.
Naama Studios announced its "Yeezy come, Yeezy go" offer on Instagram last month.
"We understand that tattoos can be triggering for some people and not everyone can afford to remove their tattoos," Garbett said.
EElon Musk banned him from Twitter again on Friday after West tweeted an image of a swastika.
[1/2] Electronic voting machine is seen during the digital signature and sealing operation of the electoral systems that will be used in the Brazilian presidential election in Brasilia, Brazil August 29, 2022.
REUTERS/Adriano Machado/File PhotoSAO PAULO, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Twitter owner Elon Musk said on Saturday he thought it was "possible" that personnel at the social media firm gave preference to left-wing candidates during Brazil's election this year, without providing evidence.
"I've seen a lot of concerning tweets about the recent Brazil election," Musk wrote on Twitter when asked by a user about elections possibly "handled" by the company's previous management.
"If those tweets are accurate, it's possible that Twitter personnel gave preference to left wing candidates," added the billionaire.
Both Lula and Bolsonaro widely used Twitter during their campaigns.
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CNN —Past and present football stars have been wishing Pelé well on social media after local media reports in Brazil that his health had worsened.
The 82-year old former footballer, who is one of the greatest players of all time, was admitted to a hospital in Sao Paulo on Tuesday to re-evaluate his cancer treatment after Pelé had a tumor removed from his colon in September 2021.
Pelé took to Instagram Thursday to thank fans for the positive messages and “good vibes” he had received.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé urged his Twitter followers on Saturday to “Pray for the King” – a reference to the Brazil great’s nickname – tagging Pelé in his tweet.
Last month, he said he hoped to see Brazil’s national squad capture a record-extending sixth title in Qatar.
[1/5] Troops walk in the suburb of Soyapango, after El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele announced the deployment of 10,000 security forces to the troubled area which for years has been considered a stronghold of the violent Mara Salvatrucha and Barrio 18 gangs, in San Salvador, El Salvador December 3, 2022.
REUTERS/Jose CabezasSAN SALVADOR, Dec 3 (Reuters) - El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele announced Saturday the deployment of 10,000 security forces to a suburb of San Salvador known to be a stronghold for gangs.
Images released by the government showed troops carrying heavy weapons, helmets and bulletproof vests, traveling in war vehicles.
The municipality has a population of about 300,000 and was previously considered impregnable for law enforcement.
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Dec 3 (Reuters) - Russia is likely planning to encircle the Donetsk Oblast town of Bakhmut with tactical advances to the north and south, Britain's defence ministry said on Saturday.
The capture of the town would have limited operational value but it can potentially allow Russia to threaten Kramatorsk and Sloviansk, the ministry added in a daily intelligence update.
"There is a realistic possibility that Bakhmut's capture has become primarily a symbolic, political objective for Russia," the ministry said in the update posted on Twitter.
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CNN —If you’ve seen the astonishing trailer for “Cocaine Bear” making the rounds on Twitter, you might have questions about the film’s claim that it is “inspired by true events.” But the story is indeed based on the true story of a bear who overdosed on cocaine in the 1980s.
In the film, the bear goes on a cocaine-fueled killing spree after its drug binge.
The black bear was found dead near a duffel bag and 40 packages of cocaine, ripped open and scattered over the hillside.
It’s unclear from the AP report exactly how much cocaine the bear consumed – but the duffel bag would have originally contained around 88 pounds of the powerful drug.
The Kentucky for Kentucky Fun Mall in Lexington claims to have the stuffed remains of the "Cocaine Bear" on display.
Tech CEOs are turning up the heat, even if it's not as blatantly "hardcore" as Elon Musk's verbiage.
Major tech CEOs have been asking employees to step up throughout this year's stingier economy.
Employees at Google, Amazon and others have all been asked to work harder or risk their jobs.
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In October, Meta told managers to mark 15% of its employees as "needs support" in what workers dubbed "quiet layoffs," Insider previously reported.
In October 2020, Twitter initially blocked users from sharing a New York Post story about Hunter Biden's laptop.
Rep. Ro Khanna sent Twitter concerns about the decision, according to materials published Friday.
Less than a month before the 2020 election, the Post published a story that claimed to contain emails retrieved from a laptop that belonged to President Joe Biden's son Hunter.
Giving an example, Khanna said if materials uncovering a war crime were hacked and obtained by The New York Times, the Times should be able to publish them.
New York Times Co. v. Sullivan established that public figures suing for defamation must establish "actual malice."
Twitter's new trust and safety chief said it was relying more on AI to identify harmful content.
Ella Irwin told Reuters Twitter favors restricting distribution rather than deleting certain content.
Ella Irwin, the new head of trust and safety, is the first Twitter executive to give an interview since Elon Musk took over the company on October 27.
"The biggest thing that's changed is the team is fully empowered to move fast and be as aggressive as possible," Irwin told the news agency.
Irwin said that Twitter, in collaboration with cybersecurity group Ghost Data, took down about 44,000 accounts involved in child safety violations.
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They celebrated striker Son Heung-min's tearful post-match interview and munched Ghana-branded chocolates to honour the plucky performance by the African nation whose match result ensured South Korea's berth in the knockout round.
Cheers erupted from apartment complexes and the streets across South Korea.
"I felt absolutely thrilled - we were cornered going into injury time, and Sonny was running like crazy," said Lee Tae-woo, referring to Tottenham Hotspur striker Son, after watching the game with friends.
Many on social media circulated Son's interview, in which he said through tears he had not performed well, thanking his team mates for pulling off the dramatic win.
The term "Ghana chocolate" was trending on South Korean Twitter, referring to a brand by Seoul-based Lotte Confectionery Co Ltd (280360.KS) using cacao beans from Ghana.
Georgia voters on Friday cast over 350,000 ballots, setting a one-day statewide early voting record.
The previous one-day early voting record was on Tuesday when nearly 310,000 voters cast ballots.
On Friday night, Sterling praised the efforts of election officials and precinct workers who had prepared for early voting, which began in some localities last week.
Before Friday, the one-day record for early voting in Georgia was set during the 2018 midterm cycle, when 233,000 people voted on the last day of early voting that year.
Headed into Election Day on Tuesday, turnout among Georgia voters sat at 26.4% as of December 3, per the secretary of state's office.
Twitter's decision to throttle stories about Hunter Biden's laptop prompted bipartisan criticism.
Some lawmakers have since called to repeal Section 230, a law "that created the internet."
The criticism has since intensified a movement to repeal Section 230, which could change the Internet forever.
Much of Taibbi's thread focused on Twitter's handling of the New York Post's October 2020 story about Hunter Biden's laptop, which the Post reported was left in a Delaware repair shop.
Representatives for Khanna did not answer questions about the congressman's current position on whether or not to repeal Section 230.
Michael Burry and Elon Musk this week flagged the risk of a severe US recession.
Experts have flagged inflation, rising interest rates, and global growth headwinds as major worries.
Several of these experts blame the Federal Reserve, which has rapidly raised interest rates to curb soaring prices this year, leaving consumers facing both higher living expenses and borrowing costs.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, Twitter, and SpaceX"Fed needs to cut interest rates immediately.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta"We thought that the economy and the business were going to go in a certain direction, and obviously it hasn't turned out that way.
The High Ambition Coalition of over 40 countries, including EU members, Switzerland, host Uruguay and Ghana, wants the treaty to be based on mandatory global measures, including curbs on production.
That approach contrasts with the country-driven pledges advocated by countries including the United States and Saudi Arabia.
Critics say such an approach would weaken a global treaty.
Industry representatives at the talks touted the essential role of plastics in daily life, calling for the treaty to focus tackling waste rather than measures to sap production.
Environmental group Greenpeace said that without a strong treaty, plastic production could double within the next 10 to 15 years, and triple by 2050.
White supremacist Nick Fuentes slammed Marjorie Taylor Greene's character on an online show.
Speaking on her own show, Greene described Fuentes as "racist" and "immature" and asked why Ye would "align himself with that."
On "Politically Provoked," Fuentes claimed that just a week ago, Greene wanted to visit the 2024 presidential campaign office in California.
Fuentes went on to claim that Greene wanted to visit "when it was cool" but "flipped back" afterward.
Fuentes did not provide any evidence for his claim that Greene wanted to visit Ye's campaign HQ.