Bethesda confirms bans for visiting hidden Fallout 76 “developer room” – Ars Technica

  1. Bethesda confirms bans for visiting hidden Fallout 76 “developer room”  Ars Technica
  2. Accessing Fallout 76’s Dev Room Now Offers Higher Risks and Lower Rewards  PlayStation LifeStyle
  3. Bethesda At It Again, Bans Players For Discovering Secret Dev Room  SegmentNext
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Hippo kills Taiwan tourist visiting Kenyan lake

Hippo kills Taiwan tourist visiting Kenyan lakeA hippopotamus attacked and killed a tourist from Taiwan who was taking photographs on the shore of Lake Naivasha. The man was pronounced dead on arrival at the Naivasha District Hospital, while another tourist survived the attack on Saturday evening, according to the Kenya Wildlife Service said on Sunday. The agency identified the dead man as Chang Ming Chuang, 66, and the survivor as Wu Peng Te, 62, and said they were from China but Taiwan’s foreign ministry said the two were from the self-ruled island.


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Trump open to visiting Moscow after Putin invite: White House

Trump open to visiting Moscow after Putin invite: White HouseBy Roberta Rampton and Denis Pinchuk WASHINGTON/JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – President Donald Trump is open to visiting Moscow, the White House said on Friday after Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had invited the American leader. Despite the uproar in the United States after the two met in Helsinki last week, Putin said another summit with Trump was still on the agenda. “Regarding our meetings, I understand very well what President Trump said.


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Google Chrome Now Warns You When Visiting Unencrypted Sites

  1. Google Chrome Now Warns You When Visiting Unencrypted Sites  Tech Times
  2. Chrome 68 for Android Gets Spectre Site Isolation Feature  NDTV
  3. In encryption push, Chrome flags HTTP sites as “not secure”  ZDNet
  4. Google Online Security Blog: A secure web is here to stay  Google Security Blog
  5. Chrome’s long-promised HTTP ‘not secure’ website warnings arrive  CNET
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