· La Liga season back on June 11 as organisers trial virtual crowd noise option →
Meanwhile, president Javier Tebas has outlined La Liga’ plans to offer viewers the chance to hear virtual crowd noise during the matches, which will be played without supporters to prevent further spread of the virus.
· Facebook and Twitter have the same policies. But only Twitter is fighting Trump. →
Trump and his supporters have for a while now been pushing the unfounded allegation that Silicon Valley elites are trying to brainwash the wider public by censoring conservative speech on their platforms.
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· In Brazil, a President Under Fire Lashes Out at Investigators →
The day before, the police had raided properties linked to several of his most die-hard supporters as part of an investigation into an online network distributing disinformation, one of an array of criminal and legislative inquests focused on him, family members and close allies.
· How a remix of 'This is America' became a TikTok anthem for protesting police brutality →
The song's use strayed even further from its original meaning when a white teenager used it to claim he was oppressed because he's a Trump supporter.
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· Twitter and Trump: a feud years in the making finally erupts →
For years, since long before he was president, Trump has used Twitter as a personal megaphone to build his personal brand, appeal to his supporters and attack his rivals of the moment.
· Ethiopian security forces accused of 39 extrajudicial killings →
Ethiopian security forces in the Oromiya region have executed 39 opposition supporters and arrested at least 10,000 others accused of being members of an armed group since early 2019, Amnesty International said on Friday.
· Amid Floyd fallout, Clyburn says it's not the right time for Klobuchar to be named VP →
But none of that will seemingly satisfy the president, who wants a full-scale event with no modifications, including open restaurants and bars where thousands of his supporters can congregate and celebrate, according to these people.
· S Korean lawmaker-elect denies wrongdoing over 'comfort women' funds →
Reading a statement at the National Assembly, a tearful Yoon bowed and apologized for causing supporters of the movement “deep scars and concerns” and for failing to resolve what she described as a misunderstandings with Lee.
· Citigroup Inc. (C) CEO Mike Corbat Presents at Bernstein's 36th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
Mike has been a consistent supporter of this conference, and we thank him for that.