However, it's not clear what Twitter sees as extremism. They talk about terrorism in their report, but they're very vague about what their policies will label as extremism, as well as what can get you banned from Twitter.
Q) Should Twitter bring in stricter measures on accounts, or are they already too strict?
Source: The Verge
At the moment, cheques can take up to two weeks for the transaction to be made, depending on which bank you are with. However, soon customers of several banks, including Lloyds and Barclays, will be able to clear cheques in just one working day.
The way customers can do this is by taking a photo of the cheque with their phone and sending that photo to the Cheque and Credit Clearing Company.
Q) What do you think of this idea?
Q) Should cheque be extinct?
Source: BBC News
In an interview with TechCrunch, Facebook confirmed that it's going to bring the very popular reactions function to Messenger, but they'll also be adding a dislike button.
They said: “We're always looking for ways to make Messenger more fun and engaging. This is a small test where we enable people to share an emoji that best represents their feelings.”
Q) Will a dislike button cause more cyber bullying and arguments?
Q) Do you think there's any more we can do to enhance communication and increase its accuracy through a screen?
Source: Tech Crunch
Today the UK handed in the divorce papers to the EU Government which finally triggers Brexit. For the next two years the EU and the UK will negotiate, which will possibly take longer if we can’t come to an agreement, and then we officially leave the EU and go back to being our own club, not a club member.
Q) Are you happy of fearful about Article 50 being triggered?
YouGov have released some statistics which show that 69% of British people are happy that Brexit is happening. However, only 48% of people are confident in Theresa May’s ability to negotiate a good deal with the EU.
Q) Do you have confidence is Theresa May?
Source: BBC News
Last week, London faced an attack in the Westminster area. Today, 1000s have gathered around where it happened to remember the victims of that attack.
The attacker is no longer alive. However, neither are PC Palmer, Aysha Frade, Kurt Cochran and Leslie Rhodes. Also, over 50 people were injured in the attack and are still being treated.
Source: The Telegraph