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Anon UK MP publishes sexist article to Mail on Sunday 



A newspaper article has anonymously attacked Britain’s deputy opposition leader, sparking outrage and accusations of sexism and misogyny in the halls of British power

The Editor of the Mail on Sunday has been summoned before parliament for publishing a sexist article about Angela Rayner.

The article reports claims from an anonymous conservative MP who says Rayner tries to distract the prime minister by crossing and uncrossing legs.

The newspaper accuses her of applying seduction tactics similar to Sharon Stone’s interview scene in the 1992 erotic thriller, Basic Instinct.

The Ashton-under-Lyne MP Angela Rayner calls the article “a dose of gutter journalism”.

“Boris Johnson’s cheerleaders have resorted to spreading desperate, perverted smears in their doomed attempts to save his skin,” Rayner says, in a tweet.

“Women in politics face sexism and misogyny every day and I’m no different,” she says.

Rayner also accuses the Prime Minister of dragging the Conservative party to the sewer, saying “he and his cheerleaders have a big problem with women in public life”.

Boris Johnson also lashed out in response, calling the anonymous Tory MP a “sexist, misogynist tripe” who would face “the terrors of earth” when identified.

The Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsay Lohan says he will be meeting with David Dillon, the Editor of the Mail on Sunday to discuss the article’s “misogynistic and offensive” claims.

The Speaker says he has also set a time to meet Angela Rayner separately.

Rijul Baath contributed to this report

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Is the metaverse the future of social network?



U.S. firms like Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Microsoft are going all in on the metaverse. Meanwhile, Chinese companies appear to be taking a more cautious approach amid tighter regulation.

#metaverse #china #unitedstates #tech #veronicadudo #ozsultan #crypto

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Global metaverse race



China is looking to invest in the metaverse market as numerous cities rollout policy proposals.

Technology continues to change our lives forever.

As new advancements are released to the public—safety continues to be a major concern.

People are interacting with computers in a different way, with the word Metaverse becoming a buzzword in both the tech and business industries.

While the term, “metaverse” is broad, it refers to a set of digital spaces online—including 3D—that allows people to do many things from socializing and learning to interacting and collaborating.

Analysts say it’s the next evolution in social connection and the successor to the mobile internet.

According to Morgan Stanley, the metaverse market could be worth $8 trillion in the future.

China’s technology giants are investing in the metavese and recently, numerous Chinese cities have announced policy proposals to attract and support metaverse companies.

This comes after tense year of regulatory scrutiny on the countries tech sector.

The Chinese city of Zhengzhou recently announced a series of policy proposals to support metaverse companies operating in the region.

The initiative involves the municipal government establishing a nearly $1.5 billion dedicated fund in an effort to foster growth and development in the industry.

So, is the metaverse taking the world by storm?

Oz Sultan from the Sultan Interactive Group joins us to discuss. #china #metaverse #veronicadudo #ozsultan #regulation #crypto #tech

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Will deepfakes change election results?



Artificial intelligence is fuelling concern as deepfakes emerge and challenge the truth

A U.S. House Intelligence Committee warned of the impact deepfakes may have on American society and democracy in 2019.

At the hearing, California Democrat Adam Schiff showed an artificially-generated clip spoofing Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Lawmakers called on social media platforms and companies to take the threat of deepfakes seriously.

More recently, a democracy-distorting video was posted online showing Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the main contender in the Türkiye election, speaking perfect English.

The deepfake phenomenon is fuelling an arms race between fake content creators and those seeking to moderate it.

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