Oh good. Now Canada wants in on the "fake news" action.
Canada is introducing a digital charter that will impose "meaningful financial consequences" on tech companies if they don't reign in misinformation on their platforms, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Trudeau made the announcement during a speech in Paris at the Viva Technology conference. He said that social media companies have “failed their users” and announced the Canada will establish a new digital cha [...]
The brother of the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar has accused Elon Musk of IP theft, TMZ reports.
In response, Musk posted on Twitter to remind Roberto Escobar that the Boring Company's product is not a flamethrower, despite the fact that its called a flamethrower on the company's website.
"It's not a Flamethrower, Mr. Escobar," the Tesla CEO tweeted with a link to the story.
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