Adsactly In The News - 26/10/2019

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In The News

Welcome to our new weekly series, where we review some of the highlights of events that have happened all over the world. We would also love to hear from you, regarding what topics you would love to see us cover, or maybe there is some interesting news you might have stumbled upon, then please let us know.

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DOJ Review Into Russia Probe Takes Serious Turn

The U.S. Department of Justice’s administrative review into the origins of the Russia investigation has a taken a major turn into a full-fledged criminal investigation. U.S. attorney John Durham has indicated he wants to interview former officials who ran the C.I.A. in 2016 but has yet to question either Mr. Brennan or James R. Clapper Jr., the former director of national intelligence and some C.I.A. officials have retained criminal lawyers in anticipation of being interviewed. The two Obama administration officials were at the helm when the unverified and largely discredited Steele dossier, written by British ex-spy Christopher Steele and funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee, was used to justify a secret surveillance warrant against former Trump adviser Carter Page. (Click image below to read more...)

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39 People Found Dead In A Truck In England

Wednesday morning a truck was found east of London with thirty-nine dead bodies inside, a 25-year-old man, has been arrested as a murder suspect, according to police. The truck is believed to be from Bulgaria and police said it entered England at a port in Northern Wales on Saturday. Investigators believe all the victims where adults except for one teenager, and suspect it has to do with human-smuggling. (Click image below to read more...)

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Socialist AOC Questions Mark Zuckerberg on Libra

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee were slammed online over their “arrogant,” “inaccurate,” and “embarrassing” attacks on Facebook CEO during a hearing. The most cringeworthy portion of the hearing belonged to AOC, whose arrogance and desire for censoring her opponents took center stage. Ocasio-Cortez also attempted to attack The Daily Caller, claiming it has ties to white supremacists, at the same time trying to get Facebook to censor the publication. The absolute irony of a socialist sitting on House Financial Services Committee, literal clown world we live in. (Click image below to read more...)

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PewDiePie Banned In China

YouTube largest personality and second biggest account at 101 million subscribers, PewDiePie announced on Saturday that his videos are no longer available in China after he showed support for the Hong Kong protesters. Chinese viewers are now banned from accessing his content after the Swede posted a video that showcased several pro-Hong Kong memes. We can now add PewDiePie to the banned list along with South Park who just last week also spoke out and made fun of this totalitarian state. (Click image below to read more...)

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Google's Quantum Computer

If you were worried about Google becoming to too powerful with controlling most of the world's information, then this is probably not doing to calm any fears of the company turning into Skynet. A Google quantum computer has far outpaced ordinary computing technology and revolutionized the way data is processed. The achievement came after more than a decade of work including the use of its own quantum computing chip, called Sycamore. The Google quantum computer performed the target computation in 200 seconds, and according to Google, the world's fastest supercomputer would take 10,000 years to produce a similar output. (Click image below to read more...)

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Bitcoin Transferred $11 Trillion, So Far

We can all use some positive news in the current state of crypto and with BTC taking a bit of a dip as of late. According to a post by analyst PlanB, Bitcoin has transferred $11 trillion in wealth since its blockchain first went live in 2009. At present, the network is processing around $9.6 billion every day. At that rate, Bitcoin passes PayPal’s annual transaction volume of $578 billion for 2018 in just two months. Better news would be that more new wallets have been created, but just remember, good things come to those who HODL. (Click image below to read more...)

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Let us know your thoughts on the happenings of this week... What did you think? Did anything crazy or interesting happen near you? Tell us about it in the comments

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Another busy and newsworthy week! And another week where the names of Trump and Facebook are among the first news. I hadn't read about the 39 dead people found in the truck. Terrible news! And especially, how many events like this will be happening at this moment in a clandestine way. BTC promises. On this side of the world, South America, the left seeks to return to power again in many countries. This week was one of many Spanish-speaking protests. Greetings

Fortunately, there seems to be political democracy in the USA that allows for these debates and investigations, beyond group interests. This is not the case in totalitarian countries such as China, whose rigid attitude is capable of censoring any criticism, even the massacre, as we have seen since the lamentable events in Tiananmen Square.
Bitcoin's news is also pleasantly surprising.
The one that caused me most interest was the quantum computer powered by Google. It's something with inconceivable consequences!
In our Latin America, the news is still not very encouraging. Destruction of property in Chile by social or political protests provoked plus several deaths. Let's hope that the electoral results in Bolivia, Uruguay and Argentina favor the democratic and liberal tendency of the continent.

Hello very good world news report, I was touched by the dead in London, at first I thought it was a lie maybe a joke you wanted to give to your followers, then check again.

I read calmly and observed that it was real, regrettable news.

Sometimes I am filled with fear for my people, who also suffer from a collective despair.

I am from Venezuela. Thank you for the report.

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PewDiePie Banned😂😂