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TODAY’S TOP TECH NEWS: ELON IS A “TERRIBLE FIT” FOR TWITTER, SAYS STEPHEN KING! CLIENT DATA BREACH REPORTED BY CANADIAN CRYPTO EXCHANGE COINSQUARE

Nov 28, 2022

Elon Musk, according to Stephen King, is a bad match for Twitter! More technology news may be found below. Good morning, tech friends! 

What’s New Today: China’s Zhengzhou transferred over 800 iPhone workers to neighbouring Xuzhou to halt Covid transmission without warning.

Fast-Track Insights: Binance Founder CZ believes that despite the government’s strict rules, crypto use will continue to expand.

Stephen King argues that Elon is making it up as he goes when it comes to managing Twitter. He is undoubtedly a pioneer in inventing self-driving and electric automobiles, but the tech tycoon has been a bad match for Twitter. Elon, on the other hand, did not appear intimidated and welcomed any type of idea from him. Elon Musk has been in the news recently for huge layoffs at Twitter and imposing surprise constraints on Twitter’s coding and development teams.

The Britain government is planning on making it illegal to encourage others to harm themselves online. They might also OK social media companies that fail to recover and obstruct the generation of similar content, as part of revamping the legislation that governs online geste . Indeed though promoting self-murder is illegal, Britain’s digital culture, media, and sports ministry said that it now wanted social media enterprises to block a wider range of content.

China’s Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan fiefdom, also known as ‘ iPhone City ’ has dislocated nearly 800 workers to a mecca about 230 long hauls down in a neighboring fiefdom, without any previous notice to follow the Covid transmission protocols. It’s yet unknown if any of the workers tested positive, still, the workers were transported to Xuzhou, before any previous dispatches were conducted.

Coin square, one of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges has reported customer data breach, but the company claims that client means are secure in cold storehouse and aren’t at threat. The exchange touted itself as one of Canada’s most trusted platforms to securely buy, vend, and trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, and several other cryptocurrencies. But the data breach incident claimed that unauthorized third- party got access to a client database that contained particular information.

Binance CEO says that countries should regulate cryptocurrencies rather than fight against them because crypto relinquishment will continue to fleetly grow no matter what kind of regulations are enforced. He also says that crypto relinquishment will formerly again come a hot content amid the recent fallout of the crypto exchange FTX.