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The public are being asked to pledge their support for a ban on balloon releases in their local area by The Marine Conservation Society. The push follows volunteers finding an increase of over 50 per cent in the amount of balloon litter on UK beaches between 2015 and 2016. A three-year-old horse that died after choking on a balloon string recently highlighted the consequences of balloon litter on land. But on beaches and in the sea, balloons, strings, lanterns and frames can have long-lasting...
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Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, who served in the Obama administration, said Wednesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that President Donald Trump has the "potential to be a great president." BBC reporter and "Morning Joe" panelist Katty Kay asked Johnson what he thinks about Trump and his administration's handling of national security issues. "I actually believe that Donald Trump–and I told him this when I met with him in December–I actually believe that Donald Trump has the potential to be a great president in sort of the Nixon-goes-to-China way, or Reagan-goes-to-the-Soviet-Union way, if he can find a way to rein in some of the more unhealthy impulses, listen to his staff, bring on a full complement of political appointees who will help him govern," Johnson said. Johnson also defended the Trump administration's recent emergency order that bans travelers from "carrying laptops and other large electronic devices from some countries," Politico reported .
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Twitter is cracking down on the use of its platform for pro-terrorist propaganda. The microblogging site, in the latter half of 2016, suspended more than 376,000 terrorism-linked accounts, up from the 235,000 accounts it banned in the first six months of 2016 and three times more than it banned in 2015, according to the company's newly updated Transparency Report. The latest edition of the report, which spans July through December of 2016, includes some new content: a category under its legal removals section listing requests to remove content from verified journalists and other media/news outlets and a section in the U.S. report covering national security requests. As recently noted , we were able to reveal the existence of two national security letters after the FBI informed us that the gag orders had been lifted, Twitter director of global legal policy Jeremy Kessel said in a blog post.
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On March 14, 2017, six days ago, Cernovich showed via screen shots of his analytics tools, that he had gained an average of 500 followers per day, until March 11, 2017, when those numbers showed a dramatic decrease to average approximately 100 a day, with one of those days showing only 28 new followers. To go from a high of 919 on March 5th to a low of 28 just nine days later, is indicative of a very big problem. Likewise, despite losing no net followers, his impressions saw a 30% to 50% decrease, meaning what he was sharing was not being seen by his followers. His average retweet, where he shares a post and others hit the retweet button to share it with their followers, dropped from an average of 800 per post, to 173, in just a months time. See the other screen shots of the charts he uses to prove his assertions, here . BOTTOM LINE Analytics do not lie, and the fact that Cernovich provided evidence that shows conclusively that new followers, retweets and impressions decreased in such a dramatic fashion, in conjunction with his name being on this alleged partial list of names that Twitter has targeted for censorship via their shadow bans, offers quite a bit of credence to the legitimacy of this partial list.
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