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South Korean police arrested 2 men for spy cameras that allegedly livestreamed 1,600 motel guests

South Korean police arrested 2 men for spy cameras that allegedly livestreamed 1,600 motel guests

A police officer demonstrates a subminiature spycam installed inside a hairdryer which is used to film guests illicitly at a motel, in Seoul Reuters SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean police have arrested two men for using illegal spy cameras at motels to film and livestream videos of about 1,600 guests, Read more…


TPT Global Tech’s Latin American Partner New Orbit Technology Signs Deal to Launch First 5G Network in Central America

TPT Global Tech's Latin American Partner New Orbit Technology Signs Deal to Launch First 5G Network in Central America

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TPT Global Tech (OTCQB:TPTW) announced today that its Latin American technology licensing and JV partner, New Orbit Technologies Central America (NOTCA), completed a deal with Antonio Safie, owner of SALNET Telecommunications El Salvador (www.salnet.com) to launch the first 5G network in Central America. SALNET Read more…


Volunteers ready US aid for Venezuela, Maduro vows to block it

Cucuta, Colombia – Volunteers in the Colombian border city of Cucuta began preparing US aid packets for Venezuelans, despite Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowing to not let in what he called on Friday “fake humanitarian” assistance. The aid, which arrived in Cucuta on Thursday, includes flour, lentils, rice and cooking Read more…


Pakistan releases leading Pashtun activist a day after arrest

Islamabad, Pakistan – Pashtun rights activist Gulalai Ismail has been released by the police in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad, a day after she was arrested along with 17 others for holding a protest in the city. Ismail’s father Muhammad Ismail told Al Jazeera through a text message late on Wednesday night that Read more…


U.S. risks losing 2.2M jobs in China trade dispute

Feb. 8 (UPI) — Nearly a million American jobs are at risk in the U.S.-China trade dispute, and a million more could follow, new research said Friday. The study by the Trade Partnership Consultancy says the tariff battle could cost the United States one million jobs — with the figure Read more…


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