Kodak Black Gropes His Mother and Tries to Kiss Her on the Mouth in Uncomfortable Video

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XXL Mag

Kodak Black became a trending topic on the internet today after video footage began circulating online of him making uncomfortable gestures towards his mother while the two danced together. In a clip that began making its rounds on social media on Sunday (Oct. 10), Yak and his mom, Marcelene Simmons, are sharing a dance to Rutshelle Guillaumes’ “M Pa La Ankò” at a birthday celebration, reportedly for the rapper’s brother, where Kodak is first seen twirling his mother around as they do a rendition of a slow dance mixed with a two-step. He later grabs his mother’s butt and also attempts to kiss … Read More “Kodak Black Gropes His Mother and Tries to Kiss Her on the Mouth in Uncomfortable Video”

Amouranth unbanned from Twitch after 3 days, Instagram and TikTok bans remain

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Inven Global

Amouranth was unbanned from Twitch on Monday after serving a three-day suspension from the platform. She remains banned on her main Instagram account and on her TikTok. The reason for her original ban on Twitch and a continued ban on other platforms remains unclear, though it’s safe to say that it has something with the fact that she makes suggestive content for a living. Amouranth made a video about the ban over the weekend, in which she sarcastically played innocent regarding the suggestive nature of her content, saying her content was family-friendly while promoting links to her OnlyFans. T… Read More “Amouranth unbanned from Twitch after 3 days, Instagram and TikTok bans remain”

AWC opts to reposition 3 mega-projects

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The Bangkok Post

SET-listed Asset World Corp (AWC) plans to review its investment budget and development plans for large projects, repositioning its existing properties as a mix of work, life and leisure to capitalise on a new trend. Chief executive and president Wallapa Traisorat said Covid-19 has changed the way people work, live and rest and it has helped to blend work and leisure into one homogeneous mix. “Reviewing the investment budget and development spaces at three new mega projects is one of our medium-term strategies,” she said. “We want to adjust them to match with timeline, people’s new lifestyle a… Read More “AWC opts to reposition 3 mega-projects”

Digital technology: friend or foe against climate change?

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Relaxnews

From the energy that goes into making smartphones to the fact that even emails create carbon emissions, the World’s internet addiction comes with costs to the climate.  But could digital technology be part of the solution to climate change, as well as the problem? Ahead of next month’s COP26 climate talks, AFP looks at five ways in which tech could help to limit the impact. Artificial intelligence -Among the many items on the COP26 agenda, countries are preparing a roadmap for using artificial intelligence (AI) to fight climate change.  AI relies on complex calculations by high-powered compute… Read More “Digital technology: friend or foe against climate change?”

China has won AI battle with U.S., Pentagon’s ex-software chief says

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Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) -China has won the artificial intelligence battle with the United States and is heading towards global dominance because of its technological advances, the Pentagon’s former software chief told the Financial Times. China, the World’s second largest economy, is likely to dominate many of the key emerging technologies, particularly artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and genetics within a decade or so, according to Western intelligence assessments. Nicolas Chaillan, the Pentagon’s first chief software officer who resigned in protest against the slow pace of technological … Read More “China has won AI battle with U.S., Pentagon’s ex-software chief says”

Instagram will soon encourage young people to ‘take a break’ with a new option

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Relaxnews

Take a break. Press pause on Instagram. This is the social network’s surprising new message. After the revelations of the whistleblower Frances Haugen, the Facebook group is trying to restore its reputation. And one approach being taken consists of new features on Instagram aimed at encouraging its users to practice moderation … The latest one will prompt them to “take a break.”  A social network that encourages you to stop scrolling on its app is not what you’d normally expect. And yet, after the last few weeks punctuated by scandals for the Facebook group between a massive service failure,… Read More “Instagram will soon encourage young people to ‘take a break’ with a new option”

Jameela Jamil: I’m sick of the internet

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BANG Showbiz English

Jameela Jamil feels “sick of the internet”. The 35-year-old actress has hit back at her online critics after she received a producing credit on boyfriend James Blake’s latest album, ‘Friends That Break Your Heart’. Jameela – who previously hosted the BBC Radio 1 Chart Show – tweeted: “A lot of mostly women insisting I couldn’t possibly have actually worked on my boyfriend’s music, and that he must have just credited me to be nice… I was a DJ for 8 years, and studied music for 6 years before that. You are part of the problem of why women don’t pursue producing (sic)” Jameela subsequently urged … Read More “Jameela Jamil: I’m sick of the internet”

Baku State Circus publishes book

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Azer News

By Laman Ismayilova Baku State Circus has published a miniature book timed to its 75th anniversary. The book covers topics related to the historical stages of the Baku State Circus, Trend Life reported. The publication contains biographical articles about the leading figures in Azerbaijan’s circus art. The miniature book also provides information on new projects implemented in 2021. Circus art in Azerbaijan has a rich history. Founded in 1945, Baku State Circus’s troupe includes talented actors, gymnasts, animal handlers who perform fascinating tricks. The building of Baku State Circus is cons… Read More “Baku State Circus publishes book”

The Long-Running Debate Over Selling Human Bones Has Made it to TikTok

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InsideHook

By Tobias Carroll Would you ever buy human bones? Yes, that’s a jarring question, but it’s also one that’s implicit in a long-running ethical debate which overlaps with social media every few years. There’s long been a debate over the sales of human remains, but so too has there been a demand for them. Colin Dickey’s book Cranioklepty: Grave Robbing and the Search for Genius offers a good overview of the historic roots of this practice. It’s also a practice that’s endured to the present day — though it maintains a tenuous position with respect to the internet. Five years ago, BuzzFeed News rep… Read More “The Long-Running Debate Over Selling Human Bones Has Made it to TikTok”

Hong Kong police report surge in child abuse cases

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The Bangkok Post

Hong Kong police report surge in child abuse cases Rise in sexual assaults linked to to minors spending more time outside HONG KONG: Child abuse cases in Hong Kong have risen an alarming 70% in the first eight months of the year, while the number of sexual assaults are also climbing as the pandemic levels off. Police said that about 30% of the 231 indecent assaults recorded over that period were committed in public places, an upwards trend linked to more children going outside following the gradual resumption of face-to-face classes. The Covid-19 crisis has also led to more young teenagers bef… Read More “Hong Kong police report surge in child abuse cases”