Twitter Foes Call For Rupert Murdoch To Be Deported After Peddling Fox News Lies | HuffPost Latest News

Twitter critics are lining up to demand Australian-born right-wing media mogul Rupert Murdoch be stripped of his U.S. citizenship and deported after undermining American democracy with a cascade of recently revealed Fox News lies about the 2020 presidential election.

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Pfizer’s Record-Shattering $100 Billion in Revenue Denounced as ‘Sickening’

The U.S.-based pharmaceutical giant Pfizer reported Tuesday that it brought in a record-breaking $100.3 billion in revenue in 2022 and $31.4 billion in profit, sums that campaigners decried as “sickening” in the face of an ongoing pandemic and persistent inequities in coronavirus vaccine access.

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Ghana Launches Its First Animation Hub

Multiple award-winning artist Francis Yeshua Brown recently launched animation hub AnimaxFYB at Adjringanor in East Legon. He runs us through the commencement of his journey as an animator, and how he hatched a team and space which promises to become the biggest African animation hub.

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“The definition of war profiteering”: Chevron posts record $35.5 billion in profit for 2022 |

Chevron announced Friday that it brought in a record-shattering $35.5 billion in profits in 2022, a sum that campaigners said highlights just how much the company benefited from global energy market chaos spurred by Russia’s war on Ukraine.

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The Morning After: Getty Images sues AI art generator

Stable Diffusion update removes ability to copy artist styles or make NSFW works

Getty Images announced it’s suing Stability AI, makers of the AI art tool Stable Diffusion, over alleged copyright violations. “It is Getty Images’ position that Stability AI unlawfully copied and processed millions of images protected by copyright and the associated metadata owned or represented by Getty Images absent a license to benefit Stability AI’s commercial interests and to the detriment of the content creators,” the company wrote in a press statement released Tuesday. The lawsuit will reportedly include copyright and site TOS violations, like web scraping. The company wants to establish a favorable precedent, rather than chase monetary damages.

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Ransomware cuts 1,000 ships off from on-shore servers • The Register

A Norwegian maritime risk management business is getting a lesson in that very area, after a ransomware attack forced its ShipManager software offline and left 1,000 ships without a connection to on-shore servers. 

DNV said the attack happened on January 7, and updated its report yesterday to say it involved ransomware – but affected vessels are not in any danger and can still operate normally, it added. 

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Lightyear’s Solar-Powered EV Supposedly Arrives this Winter – Review Geek

This is from 2022 BTW

Several years ago, a Dutch electric vehicle startup announced the Lightyear One, a solar-powered EV. Today, at an online premiere event, the company confirmed it’ll call its first vehicle the Lightyear 0, and it’ll supposedly start production this fall.

The Lightyear team has been busy durability testing its vehicle over the last several years, including detailing a driving test where it went over 440-miles on a single charge. Since the beginning, it has promised a solar EV that can travel 450 miles per charge. That’s a big target.

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Parler Doxxes VIP Members Announcing Kanye West Acquisition

Parler, the rightwing knockoff of Twitter that’s not Truth Social, accidentally exposed the personal email addresses of some of its most elite members on Monday. Rushing to tell them about the company’s acquisition agreement with the artist formerly known as Kanye West, top brass sent out an email that CC-ed a group of VIP members rather than blind carbon copying them. The result was that droves of partisan ghouls like Tim Pool and Laura Loomer had their email addresses shared with one another.

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