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IPTV ‘piracy shield’ may end illegal streaming in UK

Those who provide Internet Protocol television (IPTV), which is widely used to view live sports, films, and premium television, have lost billions of dollars in revenue. However, authorities' current use of new piracy weapons poses a threat to its very existence. Utilizing IPTV to stream free content from platforms like Sky Sports or Netflix, a practice that many engage in by exploiting hacking devices like the Amazon Fire TV Stick or Roku box, constitutes a heinous and direct infringement of copyright legislation.

Meta cites ‘technical issue’ for widespread service outage

Meta disclosed that "technical issues" were to blame for the widespread disruption affecting Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger, but declined to provide further information regarding the nature of those "issues." On Tuesday night, the platforms owned by Mark Zuckerberg were unavailable for at least two and a half hours, leaving hundreds of thousands of users unable to access their accounts.

Nissan is allegedly abandoning its electric vehicle pioneers

Nissan Leaf electric vehicle owners have accused the automaker of "dumping its pioneers" following the announcement that its app would no longer function on older models. The company claims that the app, which enables remote control of functions like heating, is unavailable due to the deactivation of the United Kingdom's 2G network. However, consumers have expressed their discontent, stating that they had not anticipated its withdrawal.

ISS Russian segment air leak, crew safe

The occurrence of a breach on the International Space Station is not unprecedented. NASA has confirmed that a Zvezda module on the Russian side of the orbiting laboratory is releasing air through a 3-foot-diameter hole. As a result of the module's isolation from the remainder of the space station, the seven astronauts aboard are thankfully not at risk.

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Eight Israeli troops die in Gaza as Palestinian dead toll ‘passes 37,000’

The troops were slain early Saturday morning while driving in a convoy after participating in a midnight battle against Hamas. The Israeli military confirmed that eight Israeli troops were killed inside Gaza. On Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in the southern city of Rafah, killing the military members.

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Electric vehicles are the future, and everyone agrees on that. That is the mantra offered to motorists who are encouraged to convert to EVs. However, not everyone agrees that the future of motoring will be entirely dominated by plug-in electric vehicles; some believe hydrogen fuel cells may play an essential role. Ineos, owned by buccaneering boss Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is already developing a robust 4x4 EV called the Fusilier, but it is also considering hydrogen power.