“The idea that our Justice Department can indict someone, especially the sitting president’s main political rival, over speech that’s protected by the First Amendment is simply insane … Simply put, this indictment is nothing more than a declaration of war against American voters and their constitutional right to free speech.” — Alistair Crooke

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Millions of people worldwide store their credit and debit cars on their smartphone to eliminate the need of carrying around too much plastic.

But a TikTok video has warned that users shouldn't link their bank accounts to digital payment apps like Samsung Wallet and Apple Pay.

TikTokers Dean and Alexis, who offer financial advice on their account, urged users to instead only have their credit cards linked.

The reason is if someone steals your smartphone they can access the stored information to send themselves money - ultimately draining your bank account. 

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 Critics are up in arms after billionaire Mark Zuckerberg allegedly purchased a $300 million superyacht. One of the world's richest men and founder of Meta, Zuckerberg has reportedly spent millions on the superyacht he christened Launchpad. 

Tags: CLIMATEGATE, CURRENT EVENTS
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Germany is among US allies who've said it would arrest the Israeli leader...

Tags: CURRENT EVENTS, ISRAEL, POLITICS/ ELECTIONS/ CORRUPTION
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It's imperative that this red line isn’t approached, let alone crossed, otherwise World War III could easily break out by miscalculation..
 

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Get ready for much higher supermarket prices. These price moves are insane. 
 

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The state-subsidised electric car market has crashed in China and the country is trying to dump the vehicles on the West, but the same is happening here as well. For manufacturers it's going to be a blood bath.

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Spotify’s brief attempt at being a hardware company wasn’t all that successful: the company stopped producing its Car Thing dashboard accessory less than a year after it went on sale to the public. And now, two years later, the device is about to be rendered completely inoperable. Customers who bought the Car Thing are receiving emails warning that it will stop working altogether as of December 9th.

Unfortunately for those owners, Spotify isn’t offering any kind of subscription credit or automatic refund for the device — nor is the company open-sourcing it. Rather, it’s just canning the project and telling people to (responsibly) dispose of Car Thing.

Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET/AI, CONSUMER RIGHTS / PRODUCT REPORTS
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