Top technology firms oppose U.S. President Trump’s travel ban policy

Technology giants Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Twitter, Uber and many others filed a legal brief opposing the administration’s contentious entry ban, according to people familiar with the matter. The move represents a rare coordinated action across a broad swath of the industry, 97 companies in total, and demonstrates the depth of animosity toward the… Read More Top technology firms oppose U.S. President Trump’s travel ban policy

Top internet firms launch initiative to curb spread of false information in France

Giant Internet firms Facebook and Google joined forces with news organizations on Monday to launch new fact-checking tools designed to root out “fake news” stories in France ahead of the country’s presidential election. Social networks and news aggregators came under fire during the U.S. presidential vote when it became clear they had inadvertently fanned false… Read More Top internet firms launch initiative to curb spread of false information in France

I Can Die For My Friend Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo, says Sunday Igboho

SYNOPSIS: Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, does not need much introduction. He is not an ordinary person to many people; some say he is so powerful that you can’t even seat beside or touch him. Others say he is an oppressor. In this exclusive interview with OLAKUNLE TAIWO, he speaks on his… Read More I Can Die For My Friend Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo, says Sunday Igboho

Afghanistan diplomat shot dead in Pakistan

An Afghanistan diplomat was shot dead on Monday in the Afghan consulate in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi, a police official said. The consulate’s third secretary was killed by a private guard, who has been arrested, said police official Saqib Ismail. “The guard used his automatic weapon, firing multiple bullets. “The motive behind the killing… Read More Afghanistan diplomat shot dead in Pakistan