By Jawad Jamil Published: October 9, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Khabib Nurmagomedov locks in a rear naked choke on Conor McGregor, resulting in a tap out, in their UFC lightweight championship fight during UFC 229 in Las Vegas, USA. PHOTO: GETTY “Let’s talk now”, said Khabib Nurmagomedov, as his fists pounded Irish fighter Conor McGregor. In the ring, the Russian fighter humbles his opponent. Ten minutes later, the cocky Irishman taps out. The fight is over. The Russian has won it convincingly; an easy victory after a much hyped fight. But wait, the fight is apparently not over yet for the Dagestani fighter, also known as The Eagle. Despite a dominating victory, he is still angry. That anger needed only a nudge in the right (or wrong) direction, and that push was provided by McGregor’s training partner Dillon Danis, who apparently kept hurling abuses at Nurmagomedov. Nurmagomedov of Russia reacts after submitting McGregor of Ireland in their … [Read more...] about McGregor can pass racist and Islamophobic insults, but Nurmagomedov can’t react to it?
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What's Next: Campbell Brown Does Everyone a Favor: Facebook's global head of news partnerships has come under fire after a report in Rupert Murdoch's Australian quoted her telling news executives that Mark Zuckerberg "doesn't care" about news publishers and that publishers would die unless they cooperated with the company. Brown has denied the report and said her remarks were taken out of context, despite the fact that they were corroborated by five sources. But she shouldn't deny it. Everything she said (her top three quotes below) contains a truth that publishers should take to heart: "Mark doesn't care about publishers." • Mark Zuckerberg actually does care about publishers, insofar as he cares about using news to increase user engagement on the platform, sources close to the Facebook CEO have told me. • What Zuckerberg doesn't care about is supporting news publishers for the sake of supporting news publishers, these sources said. His primary concern is engaging … [Read more...] about Analysis: Facebook doesn’t have an obligation to support journalism
The second week of Wimbledon is where things get really interesting and - after Manic Monday saw another few major scalps taken - the imaginations of players start to stray to lifting the trophy at the end of the fortnight. We're here to tell you how you can get a 2018 Wimbledon live stream and watch all the tennis online from the All England Club championships for free, wherever you are in the world.Wimbledon 2018 - where and whenWimbledon 2018 is taking place from Monday, July 2 to Sunday, July 15 at the famous All England Club in South-West London. The Women's final will be on Saturday, July 14 and the Men's final will close proceedings on Sunday, July 15.On the men's side of the tournament, defending champion Roger Federer is (predictably) looking like the man to beat. He may be 36 years old, but the imperious Swiss is at his best on grass and he has strolled into the second week. There's no home-favorite Andy Murray, but Argentine Juan Martin del Potro has emerged as one of … [Read more...] about Wimbledon live stream: how to watch the tennis free online from anywhere
May 1, 2018 - Written By Daniel Golightly Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off this year’s F8 future tech event with a keynote that centered around Facebook itself, including goals that involve, among other things, dating and blood donations. It goes without saying that AR and VR were also key parts of the address, as were the companies many platforms ranging from Messenger to Instagram and WhatsApp. However, for the social network itself, Zuckerberg began by revealing a new tool Facebook users will soon have access to in response to the recent controversies surrounding the company. Called Clear History, the feature will allow users to see all of the external sites and apps that have known access to user data. That information will be removable and users will be able to stop the storage of data from happening in the future. There’s no information yet available with regards to when that feature will be introduced but given the circumstances, it won’t likely … [Read more...] about Day 1 Of Facebook’s F8 Highlights Dating & Blood Donations
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader The Switch Transcript courtesy of Bloomberg Government Transcript courtesy of Bloomberg Government April 10 Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the Senate's Commerce and Judiciary committees Tuesday to discuss data privacy and Russian disinformation on his social network. Below is the transcript of the hearing. [Follow Wednesday's updates here.] SEN. CHARLES E. GRASSLEY (R-IOWA): The Committees on the Judiciary and Commerce, Science and Transportation will come to order. We welcome everyone to today's hearing on Facebook's social media privacy and the use and abuse of data. GRASSLEY: Although not … [Read more...] about Transcript of Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate hearing