Musk readies internet satellites, EU battles Russian disinformation
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Elon Musk posted a picture of 60 satellites to Twitter over the weekend ahead of launching them into space later this week.
The SpaceX Starling Internet satellites will be launched into low orbit on Tuesday or Wednesday on Falcon 9 rocket.
Is part of a mission that Musk hopes will bring high speed Internet to places that are currently disconnected.
A group of social websites and social media accounts linked to Russia, or far right groups, is spreading misinformation and encouraging political discord just weeks ahead of the key elections in the European Union, the New York Times reported Sunday.
EU investigators believe networks of Facebook and Twitter accounts have been spreading false and divisive stories about the EU, NATO and immigrants, among other issues.
Popular make-up YouTuber James Charles lost over two million subscribers over the weekend after fellow vlogger Tati Westbrook accused him of using his fame and money to try and manipulate people's sexuality.
Before Westbrook posted her video calling him out on Friday, Charles had 16 million subscribers.
But the number had dropped to under 14 million by Monday morning.
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