The End Of Net Neutrality Is Here
Republican FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has accused Democrats of "scare tactics" in their opposition to net neutrality repeal . Under the rules, internet service providers were required to treat all online content the same.
Despite the two having only dated for a few weeks, as second source claimed they're very much in love.
Another insider close to the couple revealed to Us Weekly that Grande is in no rush to walk down the aisle: "They are a ideal fit". "Their moms have met".
TMZ broke the story that Pete Davidson popped the question to Ariana Grande in the past week and she said yes.
Social media has been graced with ultra cute snaps of the pair ever since and they most recently attended Kanye West and Kid Cudi'sKids See Ghost listening party in Los Angeles where they were spotted getting very cosy. Davidson captioned a picture of himself and Grande wearing wizard robes. Davidson also got a tattoo of a bunny mask, inspired by the artwork for Grande's 2016 album Dangerous Woman, behind one ear.
We should have known it was serious then.
Apple doesn't want you mining bitcoin on your iPhone
These conditions extend to apps providing cryptocurrency futures trading, and other crypto-securities or quasi-securities trading. The section also bans apps and any third-party ads from running "unrelated background processes, such as cryptocurrency mining".
Hilarious Tweets About IHOP Changing Their Name to IHOB
While the reviews still appear to be mixed, IHOP's marketing team definitely did their job and got people talking about it. Whatabuger also had a great response saying: "As much as we love our pancakes, we'd never change our name to Whatapancake".
TV HBO Greenlights Game of Thrones Prequel Pilot
The official logline states the series will see Westeros descend "from the Golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour". They are now busy working on the eighth and final season of the current fantasy series, which will premiere next year.
House vote still looms at Net Neutrality comes to an end
Under the old policy, any blocking or slowing of websites would directly run afoul of the rules, inviting immediate enforcement. Broadband providers, he said in an interview, had been "unfairly and inappropriately the target of this angst or fear".