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US judge orders Facebook to release anti-Rohingya content for genocide case

A US judge has ordered Facebook to release records of accounts linked to government-backed violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar that it had shut down, the Wall Street Journal reported. In his ruling on Wednesday, Washington DC district court Magistrate Judge Zia Faruqui criticized the social media giant for refusing to provide the records to…

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Azur Lane Queen’s Orders Manga Gets Animated Footage

posted on 2021-09-12 08:32 EDT by Egan Loo Tsuchii’s spinoff from smartphone game, centering on Queen Elizabeth, Warspite The “Azur Lane 4th Anniversary Live Stream” announced on Sunday that Tsuchii’s Azur Lane Queen’s Orders manga is getting “animated footage.” The announcement did not specify the format, length, or production studio for the animated footage. The…

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Pennsylvania Orders Masks on School Children

After weeks of debate over schoolchildren wearing masks as a COVID-19 mitigation measure, Pennsylvania’s acting Health Secretary Alison Beam has issued an order requiring masks to be worn inside K-12 school buildings, early learning programs, and childcare providers. The order, announced Tuesday, takes effect Sept. 7 and applies to everyone in education buildings, vaccinated or…

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AMC orders Season 2 of ‘Kevin,’ starring Annie Murphy

Annie Murphy is returning for a second season of the AMC sitcom, “Kevin Can [Expletive] Himself.” File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo Aug. 28 (UPI) — AMC has ordered a second season of Kevin Can [Expletive] Himself, its dark sitcom starring Schitt’s Creek actress, Annie Murphy. “WEEEEEEEEEEEE!” Murphy tweeted Friday along with a middle…

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New Orleans orders evacuations as Hurricane Ida closes in: Latest forecast

Landfall is expected on Sunday.August 28, 2021, 12:30 AM• 6 min readIda, which became a Category 1 hurricane Friday afternoon, is forecast to strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane before landfall in Louisiana late Sunday.New Orleans will begin to see high winds as early as Saturday night, Mayor LaToya Cantrell said at a Friday news…

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US orders six commercial airlines to provide planes to transport Afghans and Americans in Middle East

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin III on Sunday activated stage 1 of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF), ordering six commercial airlines to provide passenger planes to help evacuate people from US military bases in the Middle East, the Department of Defense said in a news release. The planes won’t fly in or out of…

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Pentagon orders U.S. airlines to help in evacuation from Afghanistan

Children wait for the next U.S. military flight at Hamid Karzai International Airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday. Photo by 1st Lt. Mark Andries/U.S. Marine Corps/UPI | License Photo Aug. 22 (UPI) — The Department of Defense on Sunday compelled U.S. commercial airlines to assist in the evacuation of U.S. personnel and Afghans after the…

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Jury orders Apple to pay $300 million in patent infringement case

In context: Marshal Texas is not a major city in the Lone Star State unless you are a patent troll. In the small town, about three hours east of Dallas, Juries tend to rule against big corporations, making it popular for companies looking to take on Big Tech. Last week a US District Court judge…

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Court Orders Popular ROM Website To “Destroy” All Of Its Unauthorised Nintendo Games

Don’t mess with Mario! by Liam Doolan 12 hours agoImage: Nintendo LifeYou might recall an ongoing legal battle between Nintendo and the website RomUniverse. Although the Japanese video game giant won, it more recently voiced concerns about its possible return after the founder, Matthew Storman, refused to rule out a comeback. While California’s federal court…

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Nintendo Orders ROM Site To ‘Destroy’ All Its Games, Or Else

Image: Nintendo / KotakuRomUniverse, a website where folks could download pirated copies of various Nintendo games and even pay a premium to get faster downloads, was sued into oblivion back in May of this year. But Nintendo wasn’t done after suing the site for $2.1 million. In new court docs, a judge has ordered the…