Tesla Model Y Police Version Officially On The Road In The United States, Improving Energy Consumption When Parking

The electric car modification company “Unplugged Performance” released their first Tesla Model Y police vehicle, named “UPfit”, and made an appearance at the “Tesla Takeover” official conference earlier. During the press conference, Unplugged Performance announced that their UPfit police car will deliver Tesla Model Y police cars to South Pasadena, California, the first city in…

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Biden Was Issued A Preliminary Injunction To Limit Government Censorship Of Online Speech To Regulate Social Media

Biden was ruled by a U.S. federal judge that the government’s policy of regulating social media may violate the Constitution’s “First Amendment”, so he issued a preliminary injunction order and restricted the government from censoring online speech. The move was described as a huge victory by Republicans who initiated the lawsuit. This is a significant…

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The US Securities And Exchange Commission Sues Binance For Improper Use Of Funds, Causing Cryptocurrency Prices To Fluctuate

In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Washington (USA) on June 5, the SEC alleges that tokens traded on Binance.com and Binance.US, including Solana, Cardano, Polygon, Filecoin, Cosmos, Sandbox, Decentraland , Algorand, Axie Infinity and COTI are offered as securities. They also claim that the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange violates investor protection regulations. Binance…

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Nearly 4,000 Americans Lost Their Jobs In May As AI Begins To Take Over Human Jobs, Survey Shows

U.S. employers laid off more than 80,000 workers in May, a 20% increase from the previous month and a nearly fourfold increase from a year earlier, according to a report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas on Thursday. Among them, artificial intelligence caused 3,900 job losses, accounting for about 5% of all unemployed people , becoming…

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5G May Affect Flight Safety, US Airlines Warn Of Delay In Launching 5G Services

Two U.S. telecommunications companies, AT&T and Verizon, will officially launch 5G networks on Wednesday, and several local airlines have sent a joint letter to the U.S. government, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), saying that 5G networks will Bringing a crisis to aviation safety, airlines may be forced to cancel…

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