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An unprecedented internet blackout in the Central African country of Gabon is the latest in a trend of communication censorship. On August 31, President Ali Bongo was reelected for a second term, a contested result that was followed by protests in which several people died.
If you're a farmer growing fresh food, the conditions need to be just right to get from seed to harvest. And if you're an entrepreneur nurturing a food-based startup, you need an ecosystem that gets you from the seed round to paydirt.
Facebook has lost its bid to stop a lawsuit by a 14-year old girl whose naked photo appeared on the platform. The girl, who cannot be named because of her age, is suing Facebook and the man who repeatedly posted her photo on the social network.
The victim, who lives in Malvern, was downloading Microsoft Office onto his IMac when a pop up message claiming the computer had a virus and needed anti virus software installed. Several telephone calls were received from a man "with an Indian sounding accent" who told the victim that he could buy a lifetime cover anti virus for A 549.99 but would need to set up a Paypal account as he did not accept cheques or bank transfers.
Visteon Corp. shares saw an uptick in trading volume on Thursday . 558,325 shares changed hands during trading, an increase of 96% from the previous session's volume of 285,005 shares.The stock last traded at $72.52 and had previously closed at $70.64.