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White supremacist describes Prince Harry and Meghan’s son as an ‘abomination’

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A white supremacist has described Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie as an ‘abomination’, saying the child should ‘be put down’ in an online podcast

38-year-old Christopher Gibbons is in court, facing charges of encouraging acts of extreme right-wing terrorism between March 20-19 and February 2020.

He is being tried with podcast co-host, Tyrone Patten-Walsh, with the pair reportedly hating mixed race relationships and using Harry and Meghan’s marriage as an example.

Both Gibbons and Patten-Walsh deny the charges, but the prosecutor alleges the men hold extreme right-wing views, and are dedicated and unapologetic white supremacists.

She claims the language used in the podcast was designed to encourage others to commit acts of extreme right wing terrorism against certain sections of society.

The jury has been listening to 23 audio podcasts, which also feature “crude” still background images, posted online to an account with 128 subscribers.

There are allegations the pair also use their podcast to endorse the 20-16 murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, while also glorifying New Zealand’s Christchurch massacre.

When it comes to the 2017 Manchester Arena suicide bomb attack, the jury was told the men described the 22 victims as ‘sluts’.

Prosectors also argue the individuals believe Prince Harry should be prosecuted and found guilty and judicially killed for treason.

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Liverpool to host Eurovision Song Contest

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After months of build-up, the British city of Liverpool has finally taking the reins as the official host of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest

Competing countries have also found out which semi-final they will be in and who their rivals will be.

Germany, Italy and France will all vote in the first semi final, while, the U.K., Spain and Ukraine will all cast their votes in the second semi-final.

Ukraine won the Eurovision Song Contest contest last year and should be this year’s host – but the ongoing war means the country is unable to.

The semi-finals, and the final, will be held in Liverpool in May.

Eurovision 2023 marks the first year ever that non-participating countries can vote.

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Pet fish playing Nintendo Switch rack up credit card bill

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Pet fish playing a video game in Japan have managed to log on to the Nintendo Switch store, change their owner’s avatar, set up a PayPal account and rack up a credit card bill

And it was all seemingly livestreamed on a YouTube channel, in real time.

The channel owner, Mutekimaru, had previously installed sophisticated motion detection tracking software in fish tanks, enabling the fish to remotely control a Nintendo Switch console.

But the technology, led to an unexpected turn of events earlier this month while the owner was live-streaming a game of Pokémon.

The fish managed to change the name of their owner’s Switch account before twice logging into the Nintendo store.

They also managed to “check” legal terms and conditions, downloaded a new avatar and even set up a PayPal account from the Switch.

The fish were also seen adding 500 yen to the Switch account from the owner’s credit card during the livestream – exposing his credit card details in the process.

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BuzzFeed to use ChatGPT-created content on website

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BuzzFeed is set to go by on A.I-generated content, with the company to use ChatGPT to create content for the site

The media giant plans to use the service to generate quizzes and further personalise its user experience.

“If the past 15 years of the internet have been defined by algorithmic feeds that curate and recommend content, the next 15 years will be defined by AI and data helping create, personalise and animate the content itself,” BuzzFeed Chief Executive Jonah Peretti recently said.

BuzzFeed recently announced that it would be cutting 12 per cent of its workforce to rein in costs.

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