What’s buzzing on social media this morning:
Twitter Inc. says it’s working to regain entry for customers in Nigeria. Earlier, the nation suspended the social media platform’s operations indefinitely, after Twitter deleted a publish by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Bitcoin erased positive aspects and fell by as a lot as 4.7% on Saturday, to as little as $35,324. Weibo, a Chinese language social-media service, appears to have blocked some cryptocurrency-related accounts, citing violation of legal guidelines and Weibo group guidelines. Weibo has cracked down on varied cryptocurrency-related accounts up to now.
Not less than 100 individuals were killed by suspected militants in an assault on a village in northern Burkina Faso, in line with the federal government. The West Africa nation didn’t say who is perhaps chargeable for this assault.
A federal choose overturned California’s longtime ban on assault weapons, saying the AR-15 rifle is just like the Swiss Military Knife, a “excellent mixture of dwelling protection weapon and homeland protection gear.”
- California governor known as the ruling a direct risk to public security:
Royal Caribbean Worldwide will not require cruise passengers to be vaccinated, a reversal from earlier stance and vaccine protocols it submitted to the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention final month, Miami Herald reported.
- In a Friday announcement on the return of cruise traces in the summertime, the corporate says it strongly recommends visitors to be totally vaccinated, and those that aren’t will likely be required to endure testing and observe different protocols, “which will likely be introduced at a later date.”