Sat.Jun 05, 2021

Nigerian telecoms firms suspend access to Twitter

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By Chijioke Ohuocha. ABUJA (Reuters) -Nigerian telecoms firms blocked access to Twitter on Saturday following a regulatory directive aimed at suspending the U.S. social media giant indefinitely, a move criticised by rights campaigners and diplomats as a gag on free speech.

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Leveraging AI-Driven Latent Semantic Indexing in Your Online Strategy

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Artificial intelligence can be very important for online marketing. A growing number of marketing professionals are finding new ways to utilize AI to expand their reach. One of the most important ways that marketers can benefit from AI is with search engine marketing.

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Facebook says it could pay more tax after G7 deal

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LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook welcomes the progress made by the Group of Seven on a minimum tax rate and accepts this could mean the social network pays more tax, and in different places, its head of global affairs Nick Clegg said on Saturday.

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Amazon and Facebook to fall under new G7 tax rules - Yellen

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LONDON (Reuters) - Both Amazon and Facebook will fall under new proposals for a global minimum corporation tax agreed by the Group of Seven on Saturday, United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.

Insiders' Guide to Self-Service Analytics

Self-service analytics are vital for how your users interact and engage with your application. As you explore analytics solutions for your application, see why self-service analytics can prove critical to the adoption and stickiness of your application.

El Salvador's president says will send bill to make bitcoin legal tender

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele said on Saturday that he will send a bill to Congress next week to make bitcoin legal tender in the country. "In

Google says supports work to update international tax rules

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google said on Saturday that it supports the work being done to update international tax rules after G7 finance ministers agreed to pursue a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% and to reallocate taxing rights for large, profitable multinational companies. "We