Today Top Stories || ‘Twitter Killer’ Sentenced To Death | Israel Want To Start War | The European Union, Tough Rules For Major Technology Companies
A Tokyo court has sentenced a Japanese man known as the “Twitter killer” to death for killing and dismembering people he met on social media platforms. AFP reported the killing of 30-year-old takahyru Shiraishi become the prey of youth and dedication to these pieces Were a woman to whom. The Japanese man’s behavior revealed that he was targeting social media users who posted about taking their own lives. Takahiro Shiraishi used to tell him that he could help with their plan or even die with them. His lawyers objected that his client should be sentenced to prison instead of death because his victims were between 15 and 26 years old and had expressed suicidal thoughts on social media. Were and they were willing to die. However, public broadcaster NHK said the judge rejected the objection and sentenced him to death for the 2017 crimes, calling it “smart and cruel.” The NHK reported that the judge said that none of the nine victims had expressed any consent, including tacit consent to die.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has blamed Israel for killing the country’s nuclear scientist, saying Mohsen Fakhrizada was targeted in the last days of US President Donald Trump’s term for waging war. According to the AP news agency, Hassan Rouhani claimed in a press conference in Tehran that Israel was behind the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizada, the scientist who founded the country’s nuclear program in 2000, which was aimed at the last of the Trump administration. The war has to start in days.
The real motive of the Zionist regime behind this assassination was to escalate the war and instability in the last days of the Trump administration
For the first time since the assassination of the scientist, Hassan Rouhani directly accused Israel and vowed to take revenge.
We will not allow Israel to decide the time or place of such aggression
He said Iran would not allow instability in the region. Israel, on the other hand, has not yet commented on the allegations against the Iranian scientist.
We believe that the situation will change under the new US administration
Referring to the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. It should be noted that last month, Iran’s famous nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizada was shot dead near the capital Tehran. Iranian state media said gunmen opened fire on Mohsen Fakhrizada’s car, seriously injuring him and killing him in hospital. Mohsen Fakhrizada has been described by the West, Israel and Iran’s exiled enemies as a suspected mastermind of Iran’s secret nuclear weapons program, although Iran has long denied developing nuclear weapons. He said the missile program and regional issues had nothing to do with the nuclear deal and were not negotiations at all.
The European Union has drafted tough rules for major technology companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple, whose influence is seen as a threat to competition and democracy. These landmark laws come at a time when US technology companies are facing global scrutiny and will face fines or sanctions of up to 10% of their annual revenue if they do not comply. Margaret Westerger, head of the European Union’s Competition Commission, said the bill was aimed at normalizing the situation by regulating the internet and curbing online “gatekeepers” who have a monopoly on the market. “Freedom of expression will be protected by the Digital Services Act and the Digital Market Act by creating secure and reliable services,” he told a news conference. According to the EU, these laws would impose fines of up to 10 per cent of revenue on major internet companies for violating competition rules, while a proposal for a 6 per cent revenue or a temporary ban in the EU is also part of the draft. This will happen at a time when companies are threatening the security of European citizens and committing serious and persistent violations of the law. The Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act will prohibit Internet companies in 27 EU countries from blocking misleading content and hate speech, and will end the monopoly of large companies. EU Commission sources said the term “gatekeepers” had been used for 10 companies and that specific regulations and strict rules would be applied to their monopolies.
These companies include Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, SnapChat, Alibaba, Byte Dance, Samsung and Booking.com.
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