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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Behind-the-Scenes Drama Through the Years

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Behind-the-Scenes Drama Through the Years

first_imgShe added: “It’s been a very interesting journey. … It started out one way and right now where we are in such a different place from where we started.”The medical drama first made headlines back in October 2006 after reports surfaced that Isaiah Washington, who played Dr. Preston Burke, used a homophobic slur on set. As the series continued to gain popularity over the next decade, fans searched for the truth behind the various cast shake-ups and killed-off characters.Scroll through for a complete timeline of the behind-the-scenes drama on the ABC hit:- Advertisement – Grey’s Anatomy has captivated audiences since its March 2005 premiere, but sometimes, what was going on behind-the-scenes of the series was more dramatic than what went down in the fictional hallways of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.“I do my best and we all do our best. It’s actually, the journey of it has been quite interesting because obviously we’ve had our ups and downs behind the scenes,” series star Ellen Pompeo admitted on Late Night With Seth Meyers in November 2017.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Three Mavericks Who Won

Three Mavericks Who Won

first_imgThe loner, not the consensus, is sometimes the one whose views get traction in science. Here are three historical examples.The following stories have something in common: they are about people who worked alone on ideas that ran counter to their societies’ beliefs.  This is not to say that they were completely right on every idea they promoted.  They were at least visionaries who thought outside the box and opened up others to new avenues of inquiry that proved fruitful.Ada LovelaceThe first is a fascinating woman, Ada Lovelace (1815-1852). This daughter of English poet Lord Byron circulated in fashionable circles and married well, becoming the Countess of Lovelace in 1838.  She had studied under Mary Somerville, becoming proficient in mathematics. She also corresponded with leading scientists, including David Brewster and Michael Faraday. She is best known for her association with Charles Babbage, inventor of the first general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. She is sometimes credited with writing the first “computer program” by writing down, in 1842, a series of steps by which the machine could calculate a series of Bernoulli numbers. Lovelace greatly encouraged Babbage with her ideas about the promise of such a device. It would be nearly a century before her sweeping vision of the capabilities of general-purpose computing—a vision we all take for granted—would take root.  She died of cancer at age 36.The BBC News did a story on Ada Lovelace on the occasion of the first-time reading of some of her letters on BBC radio.  “So is Ada Lovelace our first tech visionary? Or, as some critics now claim, was her contribution to computer science vastly overrated?” There are indications she was “a passionate, ambitious and flawed individual,” an ambitious socialite and flighty woman with some bouts of mania. Some of those flaws may have been ironed out at the end of her life, when reportedly “she had a religious transformation and was coaxed into repenting of her previous conduct” (Wikipedia). The BBC agrees with our focus here, though, that Ada Lovelace belongs among those “who imagine how the next generation of technology might change the world.” She and Babbage did not live to see it come, but one can imagine their delight and astonishment could they witness today’s Information Age.Gregor Mendel, 1822 – 1884Gregor MendelThere has been some controversy about the Father of Genetics, Gregor Mendel (1822-1844), whose pivotal work on garden peas was not widely recognized in his lifetime but was “rediscovered” by geneticists early in the 20th century. The “Mendel-Fisher Controversy” arose in 1936 (70 years after Mendel’s paper on inheritance) when theoretical geneticist Ronald Fisher deduced that Mendel’s data were “too good to be true” statistically. This led some critics to call him the “father of scientific misconduct” on suspicions that he must have faked his data. Gregory Radick (U of Leeds historian of science) says in Science Magazine, “The suspicions have turned out to be groundless.”Radick does question whether Mendel’s peas could have been so neatly pigeonholed into binary categories (wrinkled vs smooth, green vs yellow) and considers it plausible that some underlying bias operated to confirm his theory, with perhaps the “help” of a well-meaning assistant.  For our purposes, the fact remains that Mendel was a maverick in his monastery (an unlikely laboratory), working alone on a concept at odds with his contemporaries, but whose ideas later became mainstream.  Like Ada Lovelace, Mendel did not live to see his ideas widely accepted.  The fact that principles of inheritance are more nuanced these days than deterministic Mendelism would suggest does not change the fact that Mendel thought outside the box and forged a fruitful new path for generations of geneticists.Alfred WegenerLike Lovelace and Mendel, the father of continental drift theory, Alfred Wegener (1880-1930) was a maverick whose ideas only became mainstream after his death. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his magnum opus, The Origin of Continents and Oceans (1915), Ted Nield celebrates a new biography of the man and his theory in Nature.  In a shorter piece in Nature, Romano and Cifelli describe the resistance of the scientific community to his original thinking:His theory of continental drift was initially viewed as heresy by the scientific community, yet his book was later translated into many languages and updated regularly until 1929…. After his death, his ideas were largely forgotten until the 1960s, when geophysicists demonstrated the phenomenon of sea-floor spreading (see N. Oreskes Nature 501, 27–29; 2013). Plate tectonics has since gained acceptance as a synthetic theory with huge explanatory power.Continental drift theory today has run aground with anomalies and epicycles; our purpose here is not to enter that debate. What matters is that Wegener worked largely alone, forging a path that the consensus followed only after decades of scorn and neglect.  Wegener’s body was not recovered from an accident when he was exploring Greenland. “He would have been glad to know,” Romano and Cifelli quip, “that it will have travelled some 20 kilometres in a million years’ time — in accordance with his visionary theory.”Skeptics of that ending joke might wish to consult with creation geologists who deny that continental drift is linear, slow, and gradual.  They have presented new theories about rapid continental drift during the Flood that not only fit the evidence better but make predictions.  Still, all agree these days that continents are not static, as was largely assumed before the 1960s.These accounts illustrate an important thing about the nature of science. Consensus really means little. Picture the consensus in the days of Lovelace, Mendel and Wegener: all confident, all agreeing with one another, all ridiculing those outside. They were wrong. Science is not consensus, and consensus is not science. The loner can be correct, and even when he or she is only partly correct, a maverick can at least open up new fruitful trails of inquiry.What’s our take-home lesson?  The consensus today can be just as wrong.  Whether it’s about junk DNA, global warming or evolution, a consensus carries no necessary validity, even when globally strong.  A consensus might be right, but science’s best theories are only tentative.  Don’t let the powerful Darwin lobby strut its numbers.  What matters is who’s got the best evidence.  One maverick in town can drive out a lot of corruption. (Visited 58 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Oracle Buys VirtualBox; Battle for Virtualization Market Heats Up

Oracle Buys VirtualBox; Battle for Virtualization Market Heats Up

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#cloud#Vendors#Virtualization A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketcenter_img tim hastings On Jan. 27 Oracle announced it had finalized its acquisition of Sun. In doing so it adds a number of open source darlings to its portfolio, MySQL, Java and VirtualBox to mention just a few.Now that Oracle has acquired VirtualBox, what does this mean for the virtualization market?No time has been wasted in rebranding the Sun websites and products that now come under the Oracle umbrella.Most notably the MySQL website totally separates the MySQL’s commercial arm from the community site. And unsurprisingly, the Sun website redirects entirely to Oracle’s home page.The reworking of the VirtualBox logo to include the Oracle brand is much more subtle and unobtrusive. This may be telling of Oracle’s future plans for VirtualBox. Unlike many of Sun’s products (ahem, MySQL), VirtualBox clearly stands out as a foothold into a new market for Oracle, the same as Sun’s hardware division.Oracle’s move into the virtualization market will undoutedly stir things up. We can expect VirtualBox to be driven hard to assert Oracle’s new position in this maturing marketplace.For sure, Oracle will certainly be a more agressive competitor than Sun. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

A Foot-Controlled Faucet For Convenience and Savings

A Foot-Controlled Faucet For Convenience and Savings

first_imgFor the past eight years we’ve been able to turn our kitchen faucet on and off using a knee- and foot-controlled valve from the Canadian company Tapmaster. This may seem like a convenience-only product designed for lazy people. I can’t argue with all of that — and admit that I probably wouldn’t have installed one if I hadn’t received it for testing from the manufacturer after we had reviewed a competing product in Environmental Building News. But I gotta say, I love it, and I’m convinced that it does result in significant water and energy savings.Foot and knee controls for faucets have been used for decades in hospitals, where doctors and nurses don’t want to risk re-contaminating their hands by touching the faucet handle after washing. Now these controls are making their way into high-end homes as a convenience feature (as are sensor-activated controls), and our company has recommended this type of product since our first review of a foot-controlled faucet in 1999 (log-in required to read full article).With foot- and knee-controls for faucets, you set the desired temperature and flow rate using the standard hot and cold levers. Then you turn the tap on and off by pushing an under-sink cabinet door with your knee, by stepping on a foot valve, or by depressing a “kick-plate” beneath the cabinet. Our particular model allows us to use either a knee against the cabinet door or the tip of a foot pushing against a kick-plate. To adjust the rate of flow or the temperature, one simply adjusts the levers like normal — but you turn the flow off by releasing pressure on the cabinet door or foot pad.We usually have only the cold water lever turned on (to quickly fill a water glass or rinse a spoon off during the day). When we’re going to wash dishes, we simply turn off the cold lever and turn on the hot (because we keep our water heater set to about 120°F, we usually don’t have to mix cold with hot for washing dishes).It’s certainly a convenience to turn the water on and off without using your hands. But it also saves water. This morning, when I was filling the water bowl for our golden retriever, for example, I was able to hold the bowl with both hands and not waste water by turning on the faucet and then lifting the bowl under the tap. When washing pots and pans, with the hot-water tap turned on, I control the flow very simply using my knee, while many people leave the water running.While you save water whether it’s hot or cold water that’s being controlled, there’s a whole lot more money to be saved by reducing use of hot water, because it’s water that doesn’t have to be heated.The biggest problem we have is when guests are over and can’t figure out how to turn on the water. For this reason, we often lock the control in the “on” position (a simple process using the kick-plate) so that the flow is controlled with the faucet levers — like normal. Our younger daughter used to enjoy tricking her friends, though, by snapping her fingers as she surreptitiously pushed in the cabinet door or foot pad. Her friends would try to turn on the tap by snapping their fingers….Tapmaster’s foot- and knee-control systems start at about $300 (not including installation), with some systems costing over $500. Would I recommend this as starting-point investment in water and energy savings? Certainly not. But, I have to say that after using one of these for eight years (with absolutely no problem), if I were building a new house today I would figure out a way to work this feature into the budget.In addition to this Energy Solutions blog, Alex contributes to the weekly blog BuildingGreen’s Product of the Week, which profiles an interesting new green building product each week. You can sign up to receive notices of these blogs by e-mail — enter your e-mail address in the upper right corner of any blog page.Alex is founder of BuildingGreen, Inc. and executive editor of Environmental Building News. To keep up with his latest articles and musings, you can sign up for his Twitter feed.last_img read more

Father candidly shares on 15 year old son gunned down Tuesday in

Father candidly shares on 15 year old son gunned down Tuesday in

first_img #Metoo-movement-type complaint, now investigation of high-ranking TCI Police Officer opened Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, October 19, 2017 – Nassau – It is difficult to read the account of a father about his dead 15 year old son in the NassauGuardian; gunned down not far from his home and on his way to do an innocent errand, when he was killed in ice cold blood.   Shot three times, including once in the eye… and then the gunman, who pulled up to the boy in a Honda vehicle doubled back to shoot the youngster three more times.A turf war which followed the teenager to every school, finally landed him in the hottest war zone, against his biggest enemies of the Kemp Road area.  A father and mother say they begged the Ministry of Education to find an alternative school for their boy, they admit he got into a lot of fights but the one at the start of this school year was a huge fiasco.The 15 year old had not been to school since, five weeks later he was still targeted, still followed and still murdered in the street in a heartless, brazen homicide that takes the murder count for The Bahamas to 114.   Wellington Anthony Francis Smith Junior was still breathing when his father found him.   He was described as a ‘nice kid, very headstrong.’   He was shot around 8pm on Tuesday on Prison Lane and later died, at hospital.#MagneticMedia#WellingAnthonyFrancisSmithJrPhoto credit: Nassau Guardian T&T companies tap into Cuban market at Expo Caribe 2019 Related Items:#WellingAnthonyFrancisSmithJr, magneticmedia Recommended for you TCI: Man safe now, says he was trapped after lightning hit truck and it burst into flameslast_img read more

President Hamid visits ancestral home in Kishoreganj

President Hamid visits ancestral home in Kishoreganj

first_imgPhoto : Tafsilul AzizPresident M Abdul Hamid on Friday visited his ancestral home in Kishoreganj.He also sought ‘doa’ (blessings) from the people of his village in Kishoreganj.”I want to work for the welfare and development of the country, including the haor region which is facing frequent flashfloods,” he said while addressing a post-Jumma prayer gathering at his ancestral village Kamalpur in Mithamoin upazila of the district this afternoon.This was the first visit of Abdul Hamid to his village home in the remote area of Kishoreganj after taking oath of office as the country’s president for the second consecutive term on April 24.Expressing his shock over the recent unnatural deaths from the thunderbolts in the haor region, president Hamid prayed for the eternal peace of the departed souls.The president said his Jumma prayer at the mosque adjacent to his house and exchanged views with the locals seeking their ‘doa’ for him.After the prayer, he offered fateha at the graves of his father Md Tayebuddin and mother Tomiza Khatun and some other relatives at Kamalpur village.President Hamid also visited some development projects including the newly renovated building of the Mithamoin Union Council Office at Mithamoin Bazar in KishoreganjHe spent some time there and talked to the local political and business leaders.Local political leaders including Rezwan Ahmed Taufiq, MP, Justice Amir Hossain of High Court Division, senior civil and military officials and secretaries concerned to Bangabhaban accompanied the president.Earlier, president Hamid arrived in Kishoreganj by a helicopter at Mithamoin Helipad Ground at about 12 noon.He was received by political leaders, local MP and senior officials of the district administration.last_img read more

FilMart HBO Asia CEO Jonathan Spink Praises Local Content Strategy

FilMart HBO Asia CEO Jonathan Spink Praises Local Content Strategy

first_img Popular on Variety How does original content work at HBO Asia?It took us a few years before we started getting into original content in HBO Asia because we were nervous about language and how it all works. We started producing principally in English originally with our first couple of series. But then we did a couple of things in other languages and we discovered they have worked for us as well, if not better.We have been enormously pleased with how the content has travelled. Producing shows in Taiwan that have worked in the Philippines and Malaysia, and producing shows in Indonesia that worked in Singapore and Thailand, has been very gratifying. We wish to produce more original content, as there are great opportunities and a lot of great stories in Asia.What Asian shows are currently working? The recent shows we’ve produced, like “The Teenage Psychic,” worked exceptionally well ratings-wise. This coming-of-age Chinese-language series worked well across all our markets. More recently, “Folklore” has generated hugely good reviews across different countries. The anthology horror series was in six different languages, with six different directors, about six different stories from across the region. It was carried in the U.S., where it generated a lot of interest. And it has also been screened at various film festivals around the world. We are taking this concept slightly further, as we will announce at FilMart.Is Mandarin-language production in Taiwan an ersatz Mainland China strategy?We are producing in Taiwan because the language of Taiwan is largely Mandarin. “The Teenage Psychic” is a series that did not get carried in China, which has some restrictions on supernatural shows. The series was produced because we thought it was a great show — and it really is. It is an absolute benefit to us if our shows work in China. China is one of our markets. But we are not available to domestic households, so it is part of the China hotel strategy.We are producing shows because Taiwan has a great history of television production and there are some great stories there. Same as in Indonesia. We are now talking about producing shows in Hong Kong. It just happens that these two or three shows have all come around at the same time, and it is just more coincidence rather than anything else. CEO of HBO Asia since 2003, Jonathan Spink has seen the growth of pay-TV in Asia, the moves towards content localization and original production, and has faced up to the challenge of internet-based streaming services. He joins Variety on Monday in a keynote presentation at Hong Kong’s FilMart, and is expected to unveil an expanded slate of local productions.How does a legacy pay-TV channels group respond to the digital transformation?Spink: The pay-TV business has been transforming digitally for many years. The issue now is the ease of access and the ability for customers to access your content anywhere. HBO, like other services and other companies, has been working hard on developing the ability to do this. In our instance, that means the development of HBO GO and the ability to roll out content to a greater audience, and for it to be accessible pretty much anywhere by anybody. We have been working on getting all the necessary rights to be able to deliver that content across different platforms. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 When localization has been the trend for the past five to 10 years, is a 23-territory Asia footprint a realistic business model?Asian audiences are very happy to watch content produced in different countries. Localization has been a trend for many years and we recognize the significance and importance of locally produced programs. In HBO Asia’s 23-territory footprint, it is a bit of a misnomer to say we have to please and deliver something to each territory. We have always been known as an English-language channel, providing quality HBO original content and the best Hollywood has to offer.What has happened in the last seven years has been our involvement in local production across Asia. Customers and viewers across Asia are used to watching programming with subtitles. And whether that is from America, Europe or other countries in Asia, it has been perfectly acceptable. People like good content. Our shows produced in one country have worked very well in other countries, so we would expect that to continue.Is the recent unbundling/re-bundling, downloadable HBO GO app, and price cut strategy in Singapore to be followed elsewhere?Singapore has been an interesting case for us. We have been exclusive with StarHub for many years, but with their new strategy, they did not wish to continue on an exclusive basis.We are still very pleased to be able to continue our relationship with StarHub and allow our existing customers at StarHub to benefit from all our HBO platforms, including HBO GO. But it also now means that we are able to offer our services to a wider public in Singapore. We are working with Singtel (another pay-TV operator), and Toggle (part of MediaCorp), which has great access to the Singapore market. The millions of people who have downloaded the Toggle app can now access HBO GO. HBO GO is now also in the Apple and Google Play stores.This essentially means that anybody in Singapore can access HBO GO any time that they want and pay for the service. We think that is positive. We have also gone to a realistic price, which we have always wished to do, and have reached a level we think is comparative against the market. We are rolling out HBO GO across the region and we will be making more announcements soon.last_img read more

Bypoll passes peacefully in Murshidabad

Bypoll passes peacefully in Murshidabad

first_imgKolkata: The by-election in two Assembly constituencies of Murshidabad passed peacefully on Monday. The by-election was held after the seats fell vacant as MLAs from Nowda and Kandi, Abu Taher Khan and Apurba Sarkar, resigned and contested in the Lok Sabha election from Murshidabad and Berhampur respectively. There were no incidents of violence. The voters stood in long queues and exercised their franchise. Congress leaders alleged that Trinamool had influenced the voters and brought them to the polling stations from home. By-election in the Assembly seats of Bhatpara, Islampur, Habibpur (ST) and Darjeeling was held on Sunday. The result of the by-election will be announced on May 23, along with the results of the Lok Sabha polls.last_img read more

Facebook will ban white nationalism and separatism content in addition to white

Facebook will ban white nationalism and separatism content in addition to white

first_imgYesterday Facebook rolled out a policy to ban white nationalist content from its platforms. This seems to be a significant step towards the longstanding demands from civil rights groups who said the tech giant was failing to confront the powerful reach of white extremism on social media. The threat posed by social media enabling white nationalism was violently underlined this month when a racist gunman killed 50 people at two mosques in New Zealand, using Facebook and other social media platforms to post live video of the attack. Facebook removed the video and the gunman’s account soon after but the footage was already widely shared on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Reddit and 8chan website. In a blog post titled “Standing Against Hate,” that Facebook posted on Wednesday, the company said the ban takes effect next week. As of midday Wednesday, the feature did not yet appear to be live, based on searches for terms like “white nationalist,” “white nationalist groups,” and “blood and soil.” As part of its policy change, Facebook said it would divert users who searched for white supremacist content to Life After Hate, a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups, and would improve its ability to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to combat white nationalism. Based on information in Motherboard’s report, the platform will use content-matching to delete images previously flagged as hate speech. There was no further elaboration on how that would work, including whether or not URLs to websites like 4chan and 8chan would be affected by the ban. Facebook will not differentiate between white nationalism, white separatism and white supremacy The company had previously banned white supremacist content from its platforms but maintained a murky distinction between white supremacy, white nationalism and white separatism. On Wednesday, it said that its views had been changed by civil society groups and experts in race relations and that it now believed “white nationalism and separatism cannot be meaningfully separated from white supremacy and organized hate groups.” Kristen Clarke, the president of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, which helped Facebook shape its new attitude toward white nationalism, said the earlier policy “left a gaping hole in terms of what it provided for white supremacists to fully pursue their platform.” “Online hate must be confronted if we are going to make meaningful progress in the fight against hate, so this is a really significant victory,” Ms. Clarke said. “It’s clear that these concepts are deeply linked to organized hate groups and have no place on our services,” Facebook said in a statement posted online. It later added, “Going forward, while people will still be able to demonstrate pride in their ethnic heritage, we will not tolerate praise or support for white nationalism and separatism.” “Our policies have long prohibited hateful treatment of people based on characteristics such as race, ethnicity or religion — and that has always included white supremacy,” the company said in a statement. “We didn’t originally apply the same rationale to expressions of white nationalism and separatism because we were thinking about broader concepts of nationalism and separatism — things like American pride and Basque separatism, which are an important part of people’s identity.” The civil rights groups welcome this ban but wait for implementation before approving Facebook’s move Facebook’s decision was praised by civil rights groups and experts in the study of extremism, many of whom had strongly disapproved of the company’s previous understanding of white nationalism. Madihha Ahussain, a lawyer for Muslim Advocates, a civil-rights group, said the policy change was “a welcome development” in the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings. But she said the company still had to explain how it will enforce the policy, including how it will determine what constitutes white nationalist content. “We need to know how Facebook will define white nationalist and white separatist content,” she said. “For example, will it include expressions of anti-Muslim, anti-Black, anti-Jewish, anti-immigrant and anti-LGBTQ sentiment — all underlying foundations of white nationalism? Further, if the policy lacks robust, informed and assertive enforcement, it will continue to leave vulnerable communities at the mercy of hate groups.” Mark Pitcavage, who tracks domestic extremism for the Anti-Defamation League, said the shift from Facebook was “a good thing if they were using such a narrow definition before.” Mr. Pitcavage said the term white nationalism “had always been used as a euphemism for white supremacy, and today it is still used as a euphemism for white supremacy.” He called the two terms “identically extreme.” He said white supremacists began using the term “white nationalist” after the civil rights movement of the 1960s, when the term “white supremacy” began to receive sustained scorn from mainstream society, including among white people. “The less hard-core white supremacists stopped using any term for themselves, but the more hard-core white supremacists started using ‘white nationalism’ as a euphemism for ‘white supremacy,’” he said. And he said comparisons between white nationalism and American patriotism or ethnic pride were misplaced. “Whiteness is not an ethnicity, it is a skin color,” Mr. Pitcavage said. “And America is a multicultural society. White nationalism is simply a form of white supremacy. It is an ideology centered on hate.” Progressive nonprofit civil rights advocacy group, Color of Change called Facebook’s new moderation policy a critical step forward. “Color Of Change alerted Facebook years ago to the growing dangers of white nationalists on its platform, and today, we are glad to see the company’s leadership take this critical step forward in updating its policy on white nationalism,” the statement reads. “We look forward to continuing our work with Facebook to ensure that the platform’s content moderation guidelines and training properly support the updated policy and are informed by civil rights and racial justice organizations.” Read Next How social media enabled and amplified the Christchurch terrorist attack Google and Facebook working hard to clean image after the media backlash from the Christchurch terrorist attack Facebook under criminal investigations for data sharing deals: NYT reportlast_img read more