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The racist killing of Cassius Turvey that shocked Australia

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM The racist killing of Cassius Turvey that shocked Australia Alleged murder of Cassius is the latest in a number of attacks on Australia’s Indigenous children and young people. ADVERTISEMENT Melbourne, Australia – Australia was again forced to confront what experts say is “deeply entrenched” racism this year after the alleged murder of a 15 year old Indigenous boy, Cassius Turvey, shocked the nation. ADVERTISEMENT Cassius – of the Noongar Nation people of Western Australia – was walking home from school with friends in October when he was assaulted with a metal pole in an unprovoked and vicious attack. ADVERTISEMENT After being placed in an induced coma, he died of injuries 10 days later. His death sparked shock and outpourings of grief and led to nationwide vigils and fundraising for the family. ADVERTISEMENT N

Thai rescuers find five bodies, one survivor after warship sinks

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Thai rescuers find five bodies, one survivor after warship sinks Officials say 76 people have been rescued, five have been found dead and 24 are still missing. ADVERTISEMENT Rescuers have found one more survivor and recovered five bodies from a Thai warship that sank over the weekend in the Gulf of Thailand, navy officials said, as hopes faded for the two dozen people still missing. ADVERTISEMENT The HTMS Sukhothai, a corvette in service for 35 years, sank on Sunday night in rough seas with 105 people on board. Officials have acknowledged that there were not enough life jackets for all those on board. ADVERTISEMENT The navy said an earlier tally of 106 people on board was incorrect because one sailor failed to join the journey. Navy commander Admiral Cherngchai Chomcherngpat said initially at a news conference in Ban

EE mobile infrastructure pilot with Freshwave

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM EE mobile infrastructure pilot with Freshwave EE mobile users in London can now access enhanced 4G and 5G coverage along Queen Victoria Street through a connectivity pilot led by Freshwave. ADVERTISEMENT Virgin Media O2 (VMO2) has also signed up to the pilot and is expected to go live early in 2023. In busy areas such as city centres, the number of people using mobile devices can create high demand on the macro site serving that area. ADVERTISEMENT Outdoor small cells installed at street level process some of that demand themselves, making them ideal for enhancing mobile connectivity in densely populated areas. 5G technology also means networks must be densified and these are the first 5G outdoor small cells to be installed in London. ADVERTISEMENT Connectivity infrastructure-as-a-service provider Freshwave buil

Digital Services Act: inside the EU’s ambitious bid to clean up social media

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Digital Services Act: inside the EU’s ambitious bid to clean up social media The legislation aims to tackle problems as wide-ranging as misogyny, disinformation and consumer fraud ADVERTISEMENT Nearly two decades after the birth of Facebook ushered in the social media era, the EU is introducing ambitious legislation designed to clean up the world’s biggest online forums. ADVERTISEMENT Intended to tackle misogyny, protect children, stop consumer fraud, curb disinformation and protect democratic elections, the Digital Services Act (DSA) is wide-ranging. The UK is introducing its own statute, the online safety bill, but the EU’s rules are likely to have a bigger impact because they cover a bigger market, and the EU is more influential as a regulatory power. ADVERTISEMENT “The Digital Services Act is groundbreaking legislat

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