PayPal bans Gab, Twitter apologizes over threats linked to mail bombs
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Paypal has banned social network Gab following reports the suspected Pittsburgh synagogue shooter published anti-Semitic posts on the platform.
Paypal said the site, which is popular with white nationalists, was explicitly allowing the perpetuation of hate.
In response, Gab said it unequivocally condemns terrorism and violence, and that it was disgusted by news of the shooting.
Twitter has apologized for not removing a threatening tweet sent by Cesar Sayoc, the man charged with sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats last week.
Democratic political commentator Rochelle Ritchie reported the tweet sent by [UNKNOWN] but said twitter declined to act.
The company apologized on Friday, saying it had made a mistake and that the tweet clearly violated its rules.
And, finally, Samsung could launch three galaxy s 10 smart phones, including a 5G version, according to Bloomberg.
The standard S10, code named Beyond, is expected to have a fingerprint sensor under the display according to their reports, with triple cameras on the back and a front camera under the screen.
Samsung is also expected to release a larger model to rival the iPhone XS Max as well as a lower cost phone Stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.
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