UK Age-Based Porn Block Launches July 15

The U.K.’s mandatory age-verification system for online pornography requires proof-of-age via passports, driver’s licenses, or credit cards.

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Instagram Shutters Accounts of Ayatollah, IRGC Commanders

Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram announced on Tuesday it blocked the accounts of numerous Iranian officials, including commanders in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in compliance with U.S. sanctions.

A pro-government Iranian female demonstrator, makes her way as she holds a poster showing pictures of the late revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini, right, and supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, at the conclusion of an annual demonstration in front of the former US Embassy in Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, …

Report: Amazon ‘Losing the Battle’ with ‘Fake’ 5-Star Reviews

Many of the popular items sold on Amazon have been boosted by “fake” five-star ratings, according to researchers, who are conducting an investigation into the company’s customer review system. The researchers say they have discovered thousands of “inauthentic” positive reviews being posted, despite there being no evidence that the so-called customers have ever purchased or used the reviewed product.

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South Seattle College TPUSA President: ‘I Feel More Empowered Than Ever’ Despite ‘Bias Incident’

South Seattle College Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter president Katie Daviscourt told Breitbart News that she feels “more empowered than ever” despite last week’s “bias incident” resulting in a hit and run car accident and a phone call to 911. The conservative student offered her remarks in a Tuesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

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John Carroll University Student Newspaper Revises Guidelines to Censor Conservative Catholic Editor

John Carroll University’s student newspaper, the Carroll News, is revising its editorial guidelines in an effort to censor speech after students took offense to a conservative Catholic student editor expressing his views in the newspaper. The newspaper then released a statement chastising the editor, suggesting that “free speech” should make everybody “feel safe in its harmony,” and that the Catholic student’s views are in “direct conflict” with the mission of the Jesuit university. The editor has since resigned from his position.

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Hackers Steal 23,000 Names, Addresses from FBI-Affiliated Group

A nonprofit organization called FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA) confirmed on Sunday that hackers breached its servers and stole several databases containing personal information, including names and email addresses, for 23,000 people.

VALENCIA, SPAIN - JULY 18: A keyboard is seen during the DreamHack Valencia 2014 on July 18, 2014 in Valencia, Spain. Dreamhack Valencia is one of the European stops from the Dreamhack World Tour, the world's largest LAN party and computer festival. This year 3,000 devices will be connected to …

Apple Seeking $27 Billion from Qualcomm in Patent Lawsuit

A massive lawsuit between Apple and Qualcomm about illegal patent licensing is getting ready to begin in San Diego. Apple seeks $27 billion from Qualcomm, while that company’s counterclaims run to $15 billion, all centered on the relationship between the two companies about licensing patents key to Apple’s products.

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Report: Antifa Threatens Candace Owens Event at University of Pennsylvania

Antifa members and their sympathizers are reportedly planning to “shut down” Monday’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) event at the University of Pennsylvania, where TPUSA founder and executive director Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens will be speaking.

Candace Owens speaking with attendees at the 2018 Young Women's Leadership Summit