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  • There’s a fake video showing Mark Zuckerberg saying he’s in control of ‘billions of people’s stolen data,’ as Facebook grapples with doctored videos that spread misinformation

    A fake video of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that was created using deepfake technology has appeared on Instagram, which Vice first reported.  This video appears not long after Facebook came under criticism for its decision not to remove a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that was circulated on the platform. The video of Zuckerberg was created by two artists and an advertising company as part of a documentary festival. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  A fake...

    Business Insider
  • Trump Should Make a Deal with China Before It’s Too Late

    Peter Harris Security, Asia Making a monster out of Beijing would make Americans poorer and less safe. President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs of 25 percent on all Chinese goods not currently subject to surcharges means that imports from China might soon become a lot more expensive. But the potential ramifications of a prolonged U.S.-China trade war go far beyond consumer prices. Trump has said that he will make his final decision on extra tariffs after the G20 summit in Osaka,...

    The National Interest
  • Grand Slam far from Austria’s mind

    With the Philippine Cup crown safely in San Miguel Beer’s trophy collection, coach Leo Austria has two more titles to capture in claiming a PBA Grand Slam this season but it’s far from his mind at the moment. The only thing that’s in his sights is the Commissioner’s Cup championship and San Miguel began its campaign for a second jewel on a sour note, losing a 121-88 blowout to NorthPort at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Wednesday. by Joaquin Henson