Although the state of emergency has been lifted, there are still extensive and detailed governmental guidelines for different sectors of the economy. Yesterday, Abe said the government will gradually ease restrictions on events. Next month professional baseball will start with empty stands, gradually allowing increasing numbers of spectators. Concerts and cultural events will be allowed to start with 100 attendees, with numbers increasing step by step up to 50% of a venue’s capacity. … [Read more...] about Japan ends its state of emergency
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The ESRB rating for The Last of Us Part II details nudity and sexual content, which could be factors if the game has been banned, alongside the inclusion of LGBT characters. If something changes, we'll be sure to update this story. The Last of Us Part II is currently scheduled to release on June 19, 2020. … [Read more...] about The Last of Us Part II reportedly banned in Saudia Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
To that end, he announced the appointment of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) to advise him on "national strategies to nurture and sustain a culture of scientific innovation." PCAST will be co-chaired by John Holdren, the White House's top science advisor; Eric Lander, one of the principal leaders of the Human Genome Project; and Harold Varmus, former head of the National Institutes of Health and a Nobel laureate. … [Read more...] about Obama Calls for Historic Commitment to Science
The blocking technology was developed by a company called Shine. "The software prevents most types of advertising from loading in web pages and apps, though it does not interfere with 'in-feed' ads of the kind used by Facebook and Twitter," the Financial Times wrote. … [Read more...] about EU carriers plan to block ads, demand money from Google
Soon after, several states such as Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan, quickly ratified the amendment, while others, like Georgia and Alabama, remained staunchly opposed. Thirty-six states were needed to ratify for women to have equal voting rights, and a senator from Tennessee passed the final vote on Aug. 18th, 1920, making Tennessee the last state needed for the amendment to ratify. Women from all states voted in the following presidential election that November. … [Read more...] about Women’s Right to Vote: Which Countries Led and Which Still Lag?