E3 will return to LA on June 13th, 2023

E3 will return to LA on June 13th, 2023

After missing 2022 altogether, one of the most important gaming trade shows will return next year. On Monday, the Entertainment Software Association announced that E3 2023 will take place between June 13th and June 16th at the Los Angeles Convention Center, with the event open to the public starting on June 15th. Ahead of the … Read more

Watch NASA crash DART into an asteroid at 6PM ET

Watch NASA crash DART into an asteroid at 6PM ET

NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft is about to crash into the asteroid Dimorphos, and you’ll have plenty of options to follow along as it happens. The space agency is livestreaming coverage of the DART collision starting at 6PM Eastern, and you can tune into either a full presentation or a dedicated stream from … Read more

UK warns TikTok of £27 million fine over child privacy violations

UK warns TikTok of £27 million fine over child privacy violations

TikTok isn’t just facing financial penalties in the US over claimed child privacy breaches. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned TikTok that it might face a £27 million (about $29.2 million) fine after the watchdog determined that the social network may have broken data protection law by “failing to protect” kids’ privacy between … Read more

Interpol issues red notice for Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon

Interpol issues red notice for Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon

Following a request by South Korean prosecutors, Interpol has placed Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon on a “red notice” list, TechCrunch has reported. That will create a request for law enforcement agencies around the world to arrest Kwon following his blockchain company’s collapse that took $40 billion from investors with it.  After Korean authorities issued … Read more

EPA opens new office dedicated to environmental justice and civil rights

EPA opens new office dedicated to environmental justice and civil rights

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has formed a new office designed to help marginalized communities deal with the extra burdens of pollution and climate change, Reuters has reported. The Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights will be staffed by 200 EPA employees located in the agency’s Washington head office and 10 regional … Read more

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