Turkey Passes Law To Regulate Social Media Content

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 654 total views,  1 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ Turkey on Wednesday passed a controversial new law regulating social media to comply with any demands by the government to block or remove content. Under the new law by Turkey, social media giants such as Facebook and Twitter have to ensure they have local representatives in Turkey and to comply with court orders over the removal of certain content or face heavy fines. The legislation targets social networks with more than a million unique visits every day and says servers with Turkish users’…

Three things we learned from the England-West Indies series

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 775 total views,  1 views today “England paceman Jofra Archer was forced to self-isolate after a breach of coronavirus protocols. ©AFP” /> Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – International cricket’s first major campaign since the coronavirus lockdown saw England triumph 2-1 in a three-Test series against the West Indies following a 269-run victory at Old Trafford on Tuesday. Below AFP Sport looks at three things we learned from a fascinating contest: – ‘Bubble cricket’ can work – Despite fears life in a bio-secure bubble, with teams holed up in onsite hotels and no…

England paceman Broad inspired by ‘idol’ Anderson

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 749 total views,  2 views today “Magic moment: England’s Stuart Broad celebrates dismissing West Indies’ Kraigg Brathwaite for his 500th Test wicket. ©AFP” /> Manchester (Unit had been omitted from a home Test in eight years — which the West Indies won by four wickets at Southampton. During that match, Broad revealed how “angry” he felt at being on the sidelines but the Nottinghamshire seamer was included for the final two Tests of the series, both at Old Trafford. His 16 wickets, at under 11 apiece, were the most by a bowler…

England face pace dilemma after announcing unchanged squad for Pakistan Test

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 583 total views “England’s James Anderson (left) and Stuart Broad have taken more than 1,000 Test wickets between them. ©AFP” /> London (AFP) – England will once again face a selection dilemma over the make-up of their pace attack after an unchanged 14-man squad was named on Wednesday for next week’s first Test against Pakistan. Joe Root’s side rotated their frontline fast bowlers during the 2-1 series win over the West Indies, which ended on Tuesday, with the competition for places intense. Stuart Broad responded to being left out of the…