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(Bloomberg) -- Canada is uneasy about President Joe Biden’s planned “Buy American” provisions and will press the case against moves that would harm the countries’ $725 billion trade relationship, according to Canada’s top diplomat. Biden is expected to sign an executive order this week urging federal agencies to buy goods and services from U.S. companies. Marc Garneau, Canada’s foreign minister, said he expects the new administration will discuss the measures with Justin Trudeau’s government. “President Biden is aware of it and the Prime Minister made that very clear that we are concerned about Buy American policies, because it actually harms our bilateral trading relationship which is so tightly integrated,” Garneau said in a television interview with CBC News.The U.S. and Canada excha...
New Delhi, January 23 Micro-blogging platform Twitter has started removing blue verification badges from inactive and incomplete accounts and will begin the new verification process for its users in few weeks. Twitter, which paused its public verification process or that elusive Blue Badge three years ago, in November announced to relaunch verification, including a new public application process, in early 2021. "Last call! As part of our new verification policy, we'll remove verification badges from inactive and incomplete accounts," Twitter Safety said in a tweet. The company is reading out directly to users who have issues with their accounts. "We've reached out directly to those who need to take action to stay verified," it added. Twitter had said it would relaunch verification, incl...
Micro-blogging platform Twitter has started removing blue verification badges from inactive and incomplete accounts
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. backtracked on a plan to raise the price for subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold, its paid online gaming platform, after outrage from users. The price bump would have doubled the cost of an annual pass and bring a six-month subscription to $60. Last year, Microsoft removed the option for a full-year subscription at that price from the online store. The cost for a monthly subscription will also stay the same.“We messed up today and you were right to let us know,” the company said in a statement. “Connecting and playing with friends is a vital part of gaming and we failed to meet the expectations of players who count on it every day. As a result, we have decided not to change Xbox Live Gold pricing.”The earlier move would have pushed the price of Xbox Live Gold ...
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube algorithms could be radicalizing people, Congressional Democrats say - CNET
In letters sent to the CEOs of Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, a group of Democrats in Congress accuse big tech of pushing people towards extremism.
Twitter has suspended what it said was a fake account that carried a link to the website of Iran's Supreme Leader, hours after the account carried the image of a golfer resembling Donald Trump apparently being targeted by a drone.
A Twitter account linked to Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has been suspended after posting an image of a man resembling Donald Trump being targeted by a drone.
Under this policy, beginning this year, users would be able to apply for the verification of their accounts through a self-serve portal.
As the pandemic rages on, the senators told the CEOs that is "vital" for Americans to get accurate information about the coronavirus vaccines.
Since former President Donald Trump launched his campaign in 2015, Trump and Twitter enjoyed a symbiotic relationship.