Sony's Response to Fortnite Controversy Completely Misses the Point

  1. Sony’s Response to Fortnite Controversy Completely Misses the Point  ExtremeTech
  2. Good news everyone! The Nintendo 3DS may be on the way out (update)  Polygon
  3. How Epic Could Solve The PS4 ‘Fortnite’ Lockout (But Incur Sony’s Wrath)  Forbes
  4. Sony faces growing Fortnite backlash at E3  BBC News
  5. PlayStation refuse to allow Fortnite cross-platform play with Xbox or Nintendo  NEWS.com.au
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Sony's Weak, Unacceptable Response To The 'Fortnite' Switch Lockout Willfully Misses The Point

  1. Sony’s Weak, Unacceptable Response To The ‘Fortnite’ Switch Lockout Willfully Misses The Point  Forbes
  2. Sony’s response to Fortnite controversy is embarrassing  Polygon
  3. E3 2018: Fortnite’s New Switch Version Has Everything You Need Except Smooth Framerate  GameSpot
  4. Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch has already been downloaded 2M times  Polygon
  5. Nintendo’s Fils-Aime Hits Back at Analysts as Stock Declines  Bloomberg
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Sony issues non-response to 'Fortnite' cross-play woes on Switch

  1. Sony issues non-response to ‘Fortnite’ cross-play woes on Switch  Engadget
  2. Sony’s response to Fortnite controversy is embarrassing  Polygon
  3. Sony issues weak response to Fortnite cross-play controversy on PS4 and Switch  The Verge
  4. Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch has already been downloaded 2M times  Polygon
  5. Fortnite debacle sours PlayStation’s victory lap at E3  VentureBeat
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EA Have A Firm Response For The Battlefield V Manbabies "Either Accept It Or Don't Buy The Game"

  1. EA Have A Firm Response For The Battlefield V Manbabies “Either Accept It Or Don’t Buy The Game”  TheSixthAxis
  2. EA on Battlefield 5 Controversy: “If You Don’t Like it, Don’t Buy it”  Game Revolution
  3. EA Responds To Backlash Of Having Female Soliders In Battlefield V  Gameranx (blog)
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Pulse shooting victims sue city of Orlando and 31 officers over response tactics

  1. Pulse shooting victims sue city of Orlando and 31 officers over response tactics  CNN
  2. Pulse survivors sue 31 Orlando police officers, city over response to deadly nightclub shooting  New York Daily News
  3. An Orlando Cop Who Was Hailed As A Hero Is Being Sued By Victims Of The Pulse Nightclub Shooting  BuzzFeed News
  4. Orange County History Center’s Pulse exhibit stirs memories, hearts and tears  Orlando Sentinel
  5. Pulse nightclub security guard, once hailed a hero, is being sued by victims of the mass shooting  Washington Post
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Iran tells UN of plan to enrich uranium in response to US withdrawal from nuclear deal

Iran tells UN of plan to enrich uranium in response to US withdrawal from nuclear dealA war of words between Israel and Iran escalated on Tuesday after Tehran informed the UN’s nuclear watchdog it was beginning the process of increasing its capacity to enrich uranium. Yisrael Katz, Israel’s intelligence minister, called for a military coalition against Iran if the Islamic Republic was to defy the world powers who signed a nuclear deal with Iran. “If the Iranians don’t surrender now, and try to return” to unsupervised uranium enrichment, “there should be a clear statement by the President of the United States and all of the Western coalition,” he said. The message should be that “if the Iranians return” to enriching uranium that could enable them to build a nuclear bomb, “a military coalition will be formed against them,” Mr Katz told Israeli public radio. Technicians of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organisation in a control room supervise resumption of activities at the Uranium Conversion Facility in Isfahan, Iran Credit: Reuters Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s ultimate authority, said on Monday he had ordered preparations to increase uranium enrichment capacity if a 2015 nuclear deal falls apart after the US withdrawal from it last month. Under the agreement with the US, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China, Iran strictly limited uranium enrichment capacity to satisfy the powers that it could not be used to develop atomic bombs. In return the Islamic Republic saw a partial lifting of US and international sanctions. Tehran is permitted to increase its enrichment efficiency by the end of the next decade just before the deal is set to expire. But speeding up preparations now could allow Iran to ramp up production more quickly after that date.  Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran’s atomic energy organisation said work had begun on the infrastructure for building advanced centrifuges at Natanz facility, but said they would remain within the framework of the 2015 accord. Since President Donald Trump’s announcement of the US exit on May 8, EU leaders have pledged to try to keep Iran’s oil trade and investment flowing but admitted that will not be easy to do. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joint press conference in Berlin Credit: Getty Iranian authorities have said that if the European countries failed to keep the pact alive, Tehran had several options, including resuming its 20 percent uranium enrichment.  Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister, yesterday began a three-tour of Europe with the aim of convincing the signoratories to back out of the accord and support his push for tighter measures on Tehran. During a meeting with Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, in Berlin she said that while she had concerns about the 2015 deal it remained the best option available to prevent an arms race in the region.  Mr Netanyahu is to meet Emmanuel Macron, France’s president, in Paris, later today and Theresa May tomorrow. 


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Bill Clinton Says #MeToo Wouldn't Have Changed His Response to Lewinsky Scandal

  1. Bill Clinton Says #MeToo Wouldn’t Have Changed His Response to Lewinsky Scandal  New York Times
  2. Bill Clinton: ‘I wouldn’t’ handle Lewinsky scandal any differently today  Washington Post
  3. Bill Clinton Says He ‘Does Not’ Owe Monica Lewinsky An Apology  NPR
  4. Bill Clinton and James Patterson co-author a political beach read  CBS News
  5. Bill Clinton’s ‘Today’ Show Interview About Monica Lewinsky Raises Questions  RollingStone.com
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Trump's response to the Roseanne incident betrayed a lack of knowledge about black history

  1. Trump’s response to the Roseanne incident betrayed a lack of knowledge about black history  Washington Post
  2. ABC Shouldn’t Have Revived Roseanne to Begin With, Says Michelle Wolf  Vulture
  3. Maher: Roseanne’s racist tweet was ‘bordering on presidential’  The Hill (blog)
  4. Celeb reactions to Roseanne’s cancellation  Nicki Swift
  5. ‘Roseanne’ without Roseanne: How everyone else on the show can keep their jobs  Los Angeles Times
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