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Australia moving ahead with news content law despite Facebook blackout

Australian officials say they’re forging ahead with efforts to make tech giants pay for news content even after Facebook imposed a media blackout there. “We’ll be proceeding with the code,” Communications Minister Paul Fletcher told Australia’s ABC News on Thursday. “We want Google and Facebook to stay in Australia, but we’ve been very clear that i...

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Domingo German Apologizes For Domestic Violence Suspension As Yankee Teammates Put Him On Notice

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin New York Yankees' Domingo German during a spring training baseball workout Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, in ... [+] Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) ASSOCIATED PRESS For five months in 2019 Domingo German dazzled with a curveball that made him an unexpected ace for the New York Yankees during...

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Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Will Likely Be The Top-Grossing Movie Of 2021

'Spider-Man: Far from Home' title Sony and Marvel Our long national nightmare is over. After yesterday evening saw a handful of cast members (Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon) dropping fake titles, we now have an actual title for Sony and Marvel’s third entry in the Jon Watts-directed Spider-Man series. The movie is titled Spider-Man: No Way...

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Merck Agrees To Acquire Pandion Therapeutics Amid Expectations Of Rebound In Pharma M&A This Year

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline Merck said Thursday it agreed to acquire Pandion Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biotech firm developing products for patients with autoimmune diseases, in a deal valued at $1.85 billion, amid hopes that pharma M&A activity rebounds this year. DARMSTADT, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 22: (BILD...

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Acting Capitol Police chief: Phone logs show Jan. 6 National Guard approval was delayed

The New York Times The Words That Are In and Out With the Biden Administration WASHINGTON — Days after President Joe Biden took office, the Bureau of Land Management put a scenic landscape of a winding river at the top of its website, which during the previous administration had featured a photograph of a huge wall of coal. At the Department of Ho...