Headlines You May Have Missed – Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Headlines You May Have Missed – Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Episode 006

Is the State Department Spreading Fake News in Hungary?

State Dept’s Oppo Funding in Hungary, States Protect ISP Monopolies, Germany’s Big Social Bashig, Bitcoin is Terrorism, Silent Monks are Terrible Witnesses, EU’s Big Social Bashing, and more on this episode of Headlines You May Have Missed.


Top Headlines You May Have Missed

State Dept Funding Oppo Media Against Pro-American PM of Hungary
State-Level Net Neutrality Rather Than Ending State-Protected ISP Monopolies
Germany’s Shakedown of Big Social to Assure Censorship
Fox News Pushes Bitcoin Will Fund Terrorists Narrative
Silent Monks Impede Search for France’s Most Wanted Man
Big Social Charged with Too-Slow Censorship by EU
US Places Destroyer in Ukraine Port in Message to Russia
Gun Trigger Modification Bill Hits Washington State
FedEx Worker Finds Largest Known Prime Number Ever
France Moves Hard Against Big Social in Fight For Censorship
Pro-Blockchain Bills Introduced in Nebraska
Turkey Vows to Remain in Northern Syria
Connecticut Governor Calls on Ban on Bump Stocks

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Twitter misses deadline to provide information to US Senate
World Bank issues warnings on interest rates and inflation
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US senators take aim at Delaware’s bankruptcy advantage
Turkey summons Russia, Iran envoys over Syrian de-escalation zone
Facebook bug let advertisers find users’ phone numbers
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Turkey’s exclusion from EU enlargement ‘unacceptable’
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Kodak announces the KodakCoin blockchain cryptocurrency
New Hampshire Lawmakers Approve Marijuana Legalization
US Marines Are Training Afghans to Kill ISIS and the Taliban With Drones
Twitter’s Europe boss revealed what it would take for Trump to be locked out of his account
Fire Lotto to Launch First International Blockchain-based Lottery
Daesh Access to Drones Used Against Russian Bases ‘Cause for Concern’ – Pentagon
Matrix shows off its battery-free smartwatch and IoT platform
Syrian Army Says Israel Attacked Military Base Outside Of Damascus
Hungarian Prime Minister: Refugees? Try Muslim invaders
Poland’s prime minister sacks ministers in move to mend ties with EU
As Russia Negotiates With Syria’s Rebels, Putin’s Endgame Is Revealed
Germany tells Iran not to spy against Israel on its territory
Thank God we’re LEAVING! Macron and Merkel plot massive EU power-grab in latest revelation
Swiss Government Launches Blockchain Task Force
Tax cut rollback to sap China sales growth for automakers in ’18
It’s time to defend ourselves from China’s war against American steel
Greek Communist anti-austerity protesters storm labor ministry
China, France agree to inject new impetus into ties
Mexico requests sale of missiles and torpedoes from US
Japanese automakers’ China sales outpace market growth
China, France sign deal to enhance cooperation on nuclear energy
Somaliland criminalizes rape to end age-old culture of forcing rapists to marry victims
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