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As more businesses begin to look to the future, and a return to regular operations after the COVID-19 lockdowns, Twitter has announced that it will let its staff work from home indefinitely - forever if they like - even after the restrictions are lifted.As per Twitter:"We were uniquely positioned to respond quickly and allow folks to work from home given our emphasis on decentralization and supporting a distributed workforce capable of working from anywhere. The past few months have proven we can make that work. So if our employees are in a role and situation that...
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Robert De Niro spoke to the BBC about life in New York during the outbreak and the country's leadership. The Oscar winning actor told Newsnight's Emily Maitlis that it was a very difficult time and he found it scary that there wasn't stronger criticism of President Trumps response to the pandemic.  
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Police in Liberia have arrested a political activist for a Facebook post in which he used inflammatory language to criticise the government’s proposed coronavirus feeding programme.Menipakei Dumoe, a staunch critic of President George Weah, had rejected the idea.He wrote on Facebook on Monday: “We don’t need free bags of rice. I say we the poor in [the capital] Monrovia need AK-47s so that our leaders can take us seriously.”Police say his post amounts to a security threat.Before his arrest, Mr Dumoe defended himself, saying his message was a metaphor and did not refer to...
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The death toll from coronavirus in the United States has now reached 80, 087 people. Just two months ago, on March 11, the death toll was 38 people.Read More @https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2020/may/11/coronavirus-us-donald-trump-pence-fauci-isolation-cuomo-latest-news-updates
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Twitter’s effort to tackle coronavirus misinformation is prompting the company to place labels and warning messages on tweets that contain disputed claims about the pandemic. The change is designed to give users “additional context” to Twitter conversations swirling around the topic involving contested or misleading claims, Public Policy Director Nick Pickles said on Monday.  In March, Twitter began removing tweets that contain coronavirus misinformation. However, the policy only applies to posts that risk causing serious harm, like advising...
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you realize. It's not just about visiting web pages anymore— browsers function as something of an operating system in their own right, which is really not all that far off with Chrome OS now powering Google's Chromebooks. While there is still plenty of debate over which web browser is the best, there's certainly something special about the sleek, minimalist package known as Google Chrome. And the data shows that most users agree: According to Net Applications, most internet users are on Chrome, and it's not particularly close. One of the reasons for Chrome's popularity is...

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