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ameras found by police hidden inside a hotel wall outletand hair

The site had more than 4,000 members, 97 of whom paid a $44.95 monthly fee to access extra features, such as the ability to replay certa

in live streams. Between November 2018 and this month, police said, the service brought in upwards of $6,000.

“There was a similar case in the past where illegal cameras were (secretly installed) and were consistently and secretly

watched, but this is the first time the police caught where videos were broadcast live on the internet,” police said.

South Korea has a serious problem with spy cameras and illicit filming. In 2017, more than

6,400 cases of illegal filming were reported to police compared to around 2,400 in 2012.

Last year, tens of thousands of women took to the streets of Seoul and other cities to p

rotest against the practice and demand action, under the slogan “My Life is Not Your Porn.”

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In response, Seoul launched a special squad of women inspectors, w

ho have been conducting regular inspections of the city’s 20,000 or so public toilets to searc

h for spy cameras, though some critics have denounced the move as a superficial response to a societal issue.

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The pre-approval requirement was designed to protect agai

  nst reckless conduct by Musk going forward,” the agency said. “It is therefore stunning to learn that, at the time of fil

ing of the [contempt] motion, Musk had not sought pre-approval for a single one of the nume

rous tweets about Tesla he published in the months since the court-ordered pre-approval policy went into effect.”

  Musk is interpreting the settlement “as not requiring pre-approval unless Musk himself unil

aterally decides his planned tweets are material,” the agency said, adding that such an approach is “inco

nsistent with the plain terms” of the settlement and makes the pre-approval requirement “meaningless.”

  The SEC also said that Musk has “made no diligent or good faith effort to comply with the pre-approval provision of the court’s order.”

  And it dismissed the Tesla CEO’s argument that his First Amendment rights are being

violated because needing pre-approval for his tweets does not mean “that he is prohibited from speaking.”

  Lawyers representing Musk responded with a court filing seeking permission to a

ddress “unsupported assertions” made by the SEC and to submit documentation that “un

dermines” the regulator’s position. Tesla didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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True, China still lags behind science and technology powerh

ouses in terms of investment in basic research due to several factors. But that should not prevent Chinese researchers from wo

rking to achieve breakthroughs that could change the world.

With further economic development and strengthened emphasis

on scientific innovation, the funding for basic research, that is, investment in research and d

evelopment, will undoubtedly rise. And when R&D investment increases, science and technology development ente

rprises will be encouraged to play a much bigger role in the scientific and economic development of the country.

Chen Zhi, director of the Institute of Science and Techno

logy for Industrial Development of the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development

The views don’t necessarily represent those of China Daily.

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There’s been a lot of talk on Twitter, not just from racists

  but also people who are very pro-Meghan, about recessive genes, about whether the baby will have an afro, whether the baby will have its mother’s nose,” she said.

  ”There’s all these coded conversations happening about what the baby will look like, and it sounds really horr

ible to think, but a lot of people offered up the idea that the blacker the baby looks, the worse its treatment will be.”

  Hermansson said the anti-Meghan trolls have also seized on themes like so-called “cultural decline.”

  ”Meghan Markle fits into this bigger idea of the West and the UK in d

ecline,” he said. “She does that by not fitting in, by being who she is, which is mixed race. Pe

ople tie these things so much to what they think it means to be British, which is white. So, it has a racial element to it.”

  ”But there’s also this idea of cultural decline — [that] what we were before, a strong palace, a monarchy, an empire … is falli

ng apart, and that of course is brought on by these other far-right conspiratorial ideas, like what mass imm

igration is doing with our society, the replacement of British people of British culture.”

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The development comes on the heels of Thursday’s New York Time

  that President Trump ordered Kelly to grant Kushner a top secret security clearance despite con

cerns raised by intelligence officials. The President has denied he had any role in Kushner receiving a clearance.

  New York Times: Trump demanded Kushner get top-secret security clearance

  The latest revelation also contradicts Ivanka Trump’s denial to ABC News three weeks ag

o, when she said her father had “no involvement” regarding her or Kushner’s clearances.

  Several sources told CNN it is feasible that she was unaware of the red flags raised during h

er background check process, as well as the President’s involvement in it. According to a source fam

iliar with her process, she “did not seek, nor have, outside counsel involved in her process as no issues were ever rais

ed.” A separate person added that she was notified by career officials that her clearance had been granted.

  Kushner’s clearance was downgraded in February 2018 after Kel

ly stipulated new changes to the security clearance system because a senior West Wing staff

er with a temporary clearance was accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife. Aides who previously operated on “top

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What are entrepreneurs saying at the two sessions essions, Chi

Ma, a deputy to the 13th NPC, on Sunday suggested building a development bank and university for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

He raised the idea that a Greater Bay Area development bank, possibly focusing on fin

tech, would encourage the development and further industrialization of cities in the area.

“(With such convenience), we hope that more foreig

n capital can be attracted to invest in technology and innovative industries,” Ma said.

He also suggested building a Greater Bay Area university with the aim of nurturing high-end talent to dr

ive the region’s future development.CPPCC National Committee member Li said on Sunday, bef

ore the opening of the second session of the 13th CPPCC National Committee, that while China’s demographic ad

vantage in the internet sector has slipped, technologies in many industries have greatly improved.

Li submitted proposals related to artificial intelligence (AI) for the fifth consecutive year, with his three su

ggestions focusing on intelligent transportation, electronic medical records and AI ethics.

“There are definitely bubbles, which might not be small, in the field of AI, but I believe it is normal,” Li said.

He suggested the State should further strengthen its guidance, establish a mechanism for data sharing and uti

lization, and encourage all localities to explore and build intelligent transportation solutions.

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Premier financial magazine bullish on Chinese stocks market

Chinese stocks market surged on Monday with benchmark indices in Shanghai and Shenzhen jumping over 5 percent, mak

ing daily turnover break through 1.04 trillion yuan ($155.5 billion), a new record since 2015. The Barron’s, a fin

ancial weekly published by Dow Jones & Company, said the performance of Chinese stocks is much better than the S&

P 500. Global investment management corporation BlackRock also suggested lasting gains of the bull market.

Barron’s said the CSI 300 index, which tracks the largest stocks traded in the Shanghai and Shenzhen

stock exchanges, rose 6 percent on Monday, with a year-to-date gain of nearly 24 percent, twice the gai

n in the S&P 500, making the CSI 300 index one of the best performing indices globally in 2019.

The ongoing finance sector reforms and further industry open-up could also help boost the Chinese economy and the stock market, the Barron’s report said.

China’s financial system has great potential in helping stabilize the economy, a previous China Daily report said, adding that the co

untry will deepen supply-side structural reform in the financial sector and strengthen the sector’s ability to serve the real economy.

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Controversial Serena Williams cartoon ruled not to have br

  A widely criticized Australian newspaper cartoon showing tennis legen

d Serena Williams jumping up and down next to a broken racket and a pa

cifier which she had spat out was not racist, according to the country’s media watchdog.

  The Australian Press Council ruled that the drawing, published by Murdoch group newspaper the Hera

ld Sun, did not breach Australia’s press standards and instead was capturing Williams’ “on-co

urt tantrum” at the 2018 US Open final “using satire, caricature, exaggeration and humor.”

  The cartoon was published shortly after the bad-tempered final, in which Wi

lliams had a dispute with the umpire over his allegedly sexist treatment. The pr

ess watchdog received a number of complaints about the image, which drew international condemnation.

  The press council said the newspaper “was depicting the moment when, in a high

ly animated tantrum, Ms Williams smashed a racquet and loudly abused the ch

air umpire, calling him a thief, a liar and threatening that he would never umpire her matches again.

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DPRK leader leaves Pyongyang for Hanoi for second DPRK

PYONGYANG — Kim Jong-un, top leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), left here Saturday afternoon by train f

or Vietnamese capital Hanoi for the second DPRK-US summit, the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported Sunday.

Kim will meet with US President Donald Trump there on Feb 27-28. Their first meetin

g was held in June 2018 in Singapore, which resulted in improved bilateral relations.

Kim will pay an official visit to Vietnam at the invitation of Vietnamese President Nguyen Phu Trong before his meeting with Trump.

Kim was accompanied by Kim Yong-chol, Ri Su-yong, Kim Phyong-hae and O Su-yong, members of th

e Political Bureau and vice-chairmen of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of K

orea (WPK), Ri Yong-ho, member of the Political Bureau of the WPK Central Com

mittee and foreign minister, No Kwang-chol, alternate member of the Po

litical Bureau of the WPK Central Committee and minister of the People’s Armed Forces, among others, said the KCNA.

Kim was seen off at Pyongyang Railway Station by Kim Yong-nam, Choe Ryong-hae and Pak Pong-ju, members of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Cen

tral Committee of the WPK, and other senior officials of the party, government and armed forces, said the KCNA.

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Eighth Labour MP resigns from party, as Corbyn and allies

Another British member of parliament has quit the opposition Labour Party, in the wake of se

ven lawmakers splitting to form the Independent Group in Parliament earlier this week.

Those lawmakers cited disagreements over Brexit with Labour’s left-wing leader Jeremy Corbyn, an

d concerns over alleged anti-semitism within the party as their reasons for leaving the party.
Late

on Tuesday, Joan Ryan, MP for the London constituency of Enfield North and chair of the Labour Friends of Israel, tweete

d that she was leaving the party because it had in her view “become infected with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism.”

In a strongly worded resignation letter, she blamed Corbyn for the current situatio

n and said she could not “in good conscience support or represent a party which adopts such an attitude.”

After 4 decades, I have made the terribly difficult decision to resign from the Labour Party. It is the

greatest honour of my life to represent the people of #Enfiel

dNorth. I will continue to represent and speak up for them as a member of the @TheIndGroup of MPs #ChangePolitics

pic.twitter.com/W8UEsJG7RhLate last year, Ryan’s constituency passed a motion of no confidence in her 94-92. Acco

rding to the Times, the motion pointed to her constant criticisms of Corbyn, saying Ryan had “fueled and indee

d inflamed trial by media of the Labour leader.” Ryan, the motion said, behaved like “an independent MP in all but name.”

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