Thursday, February 25

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Australia passes legislation requiring Facebook and Google to pay for news content

The Australian government passed new legislation to require Facebook and Google to pay for news content. Josh Frydenberg, the deputy leader of the Australian Liberal Party, tweeted that "this legislation will help level the playing field and allow Australian media companies to pay to generate original content." The Australian government passed the final amendments to the law after backlash from both tech giants, which have backed down in response to the law. Facebook had temporarily blocked users from sharing news content and only lifted the block once the Australian government agreed to make some changes to the law. On the other hand, Google pushed back plans to withdraw its search engine in Australia in response to the law and has instead made deals to comp...
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“I was traumatized, I cried.” Ximena Duque tells of the hell she lived with her baby because of the coronavirus after giving birth (PHOTO)

PHOTO: Mezcalent. Ximena Duque confesses how difficult the birth of her third baby was."I got frustrated, I was traumatized, I cried, I fought and I kicked" confessed the actress.The Colombian sent a strong message to her followers, especially women.Ximena Duque reveals sad news after she gave birth to her baby Skye, which provided the Colombian with terrible periods of stress and sadness: "I got frustrated, traumatized, cried, fought and kicked."It was on February 6 when the Colombian, Ximena Duque and her husband Jay Adkins, welcomed their third daughter named Skye, in the midst of the pneumonia that her family, along with the actress, were suffering from causes of coronavirus.After this complicated situation, Ximena Duque managed to give birth to her baby Skye, who according to ...
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Xbox Live outage causing sign-in issues worldwide

Microsoft's Xbox Live service has crashed, causing problems logging into the service. The company's Xbox Support Twitter account (@XboxSupport) tweeted about the issues, noting that "users may not be able to sign in to Xbox Live." Microsoft is investigating and will post updates to the Xbox Support Account and on the Xbox Status website. We are aware that users may not be able to sign in to Xbox Live at this time. Our teams are currently investigating to fix this issue. We will update here and forward https://t.co/PzAdjUFMJj when we have more information to share! - Xbox Support (@XboxSupport) February 25, 2021 According to Microsoft's status site, the "major outage" was reported at 3:15 pm. The site explains that users may have trouble logging into thei...
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CIBC benefited from the strong mortgage market in Q1

The institution reduced its provisions for credit losses despite the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: 123RF) The big boss of CIBC (CM) attributed the stronger-than-expected growth in first quarter profits to the strong mortgage market and new cash-back credit cards as the bank slashed its first quarter profits. provisions for credit losses despite the COVID-19 pandemic. CEO Victor Dodig also said Thursday that his bank had recorded record activity in its mutual fund sales. In the end, CIBC exceeded analysts' expectations, and posted a first quarter profit up from a year ago, before the start of the pandemic. On an adjusted basis, CIBC made a profit of $ 3.58 per share, up from $ 3.24 per share in the same quarter last year....
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Oil takes a break on Thursday

The two contracts hesitated a lot during the session. (Photo: 123RF) After a march forward fueled by optimism about the global economic recovery and the disruption of production in Texas, oil prices paused on Thursday as markets wanted more indication of OPEC + intentions. A barrel of North Sea Brent for April delivery fell 0.24% from Wednesday's close, ending at $ 66.88 in London. The decline was larger for the US barrel of WTI for the same month, which lost 0.49% to 63.53 dollars in New York. However, the two contracts hesitated a lot during the session, alternating between rise and fall: at one point, they rose to reach levels more seen since January 8, at respectively 67.70 dollars and 63.73 dollars per barrel. "Af...
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Jesús Mendoza black truck filled red roses Mayeli Alonso

Jesús Mendoza surprised his girlfriend, Mayeli Alonso with great detailThe singer filled his black truck with red roses to give them to the ex-wife of Lupillo Rivera"That is the most beautiful thing that can exist in life," said one userWhat a detail! Singer Jesús Mendoza filled his black truck with red roses to give them to his girlfriend Mayeli Alonso, Lupillo Rivera's ex-wife, as part of the video for his song Como ella, although they tell him that he “killed two birds with one stone”.Through your official account Instagram, Jesús Mendoza shared a video of a few seconds that gave a lot to talk about, since his black truck full of red roses is shown for Mayeli Alonso.PHOTO Instagram Jesús MendozaThey tell Jesús Mendoza that later "he will walk like Lupillo Rivera""That is the mos...
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All against Biden? Republicans ‘unite’ against the third check and the stimulus that ‘staggers’ in Congress

Republicans 'unite' against Biden's third stimulus checkLawmakers formed a 'bloc' to oppose DemocratsThird check at risk? The future of the stimulus is now in the hands of CongressRepublicans 'unite' against Biden's new $ 1.9 trillion stimulus, which calls for a third check for millions of Americans. Could the approval of the long-awaited aid be at risk?Meanwhile, the Senate is awaiting the interpretation of the current regulations that could promote or possibly eliminate a clause that raises the federal minimum wage, indicates The Associated Press.FOTO Getty ImagesDemocrats and their 'slight' advantage in CongressDemocrats, who have a "too fragile" majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate, are set to pass the long-awaited aid in the Lower House on Friday.However, t...
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Making an appointment for vaccination | No favoritism for Denis Coderre, assures Christian Dubé

(Montreal) The Minister of Health Christian Dubé assures us that the former mayor of Montreal Denis Coderre did not benefit from preferential treatment by directly calling his office to express his difficulties in obtaining an appointment for vaccination for his parents. Posted on February 25, 2021 at 3:56 p.m. Marie-Eve MorassePress In a message published Thursday morning on the social network Twitter, Denis Coderre thanked the minister "and his team (including Sarah-Maude)". “There was a computer problem to make an appointment for the vacc...
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Vaccination | No favoritism for Denis Coderre, assures Christian Dubé

(Montreal) The Minister of Health, Christian Dubé, assured Thursday that the former mayor of Montreal Denis Coderre did not benefit from preferential treatment by directly appealing to his office to express his difficulties in obtaining a vaccination appointment for his parents. Posted on February 25, 2021 at 3:56 p.m. Updated at 4:45 p.m. Marie-Eve MorassePress Henri Ouellette-VézinaPress In a message published Thursday morning on the social network Twitter, ...
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His most cheeky photo! Raúl de Molina’s daughter appears in her most daring photo and with an incarnated thong on her butt (PHOTO)

Mia de Molina appears showing her butt in a sexy bikiniRaúl de Molina's daughter surprises her social media followersThe image was shared on the Instagram accountMía de Molina, daughter of the famous host of 'El Gordo y la Flaca', Raúl de Molina, captivates her followers on social networks, when she appears in an image showing her butt with a sexy bikini.The daughter of Gordo de Molina, shows that she is no longer a girl, and is that the 20-year-old girl is the possessor of great beauty, and an enviable figure that she constantly boasts.This time through your account Instagram, Mía de Molina, left several Internet users who visit her profile on social networks, since the young woman appears with a tiny and daring bikini showing her rear.It is worth mentioning that the snapshot is fr...
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Nova Scotia Announces $ 3,000 Electric Vehicle Purchase Incentive

The Nova Scotia Government has announced that it is now offering a $ 3,000 electric vehicle (EV) purchase incentive. Like the $ 5,000 federal incentive, this only applies to cars that cost less than $ 55,000. That said, both rebates can be accumulated, giving users a maximum of $ 8,000. Used vehicle sales can get up to $ 2,000 off, and e-bike purchases qualify for a $ 500 discount. The money for the electric vehicle rebate comes from a $ 9.5 million portion of the provincial government's new $ 19 million fund related to green rebates and incentives. The other half of this $ 19 million fund is allocated to investments related to green homes. This adds Nova Scotia to the exclusive club of provinces offering electric vehicle rebates, which also in...
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