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Sushi fiend who ate 100 plates of sushi is now banned from an all-you-can-eat buffet :'(

It takes a lot to get banned from an all-you-can-eat buffet, but German triathlete Jaroslav Bobrowski did it. Bobrowski scarfed down 100 plates of sushi at Running Sushi, an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet in Bavaria last Friday, according to Eater. And the impressive feat resulting in his permanent ban. SEE ALSO: 10 of the best rice...CONTINUE READING
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President Trump signs NDAA, banning government use of ZTE and Huawei technology

US government agencies are now officially banned from purchasing or using certain telecommunications and surveillance products from Chinese tech companies like ZTE and Huawei. Yesterday, President Donald Trump signed the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act into law. Along with allocating $716 billion in defense funding, the bill put restrictions on government use of...CONTINUE READING
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France bans smartphones and tablets in schools

Here’s one way to crack down on phone use. The French Parliament voted overwhelmingly (62-1) on Monday to ban smartphones and personal tablets from schools. France already restrained students from using smartphones and personal tablets during instruction hours since 2010, but the new ban prohibits students aged 3 to 15 from even bringing their devices...CONTINUE READING
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ZTE allowed to resume some U.S. business activities just months after 7-year ban issued

ZTE, the Chinese smartphone maker that was banned from operating in the U.S. this past April, may already be resuming its stateside operations. And it has President Donald Trump to thank for the assist. According to a document obtained by Bloomberg, due to pressure from the Trump administration, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of...CONTINUE READING
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ZTE might only have a few weeks to live

Chinese phone manufacturer ZTE has suspended all major operations following a seven-year ban on importing phone parts from the U.S., the company announced on Wednesday.  “As of now, the Company maintains sufficient cash and strictly adheres to its commercial obligations subject to compliance with laws and regulations,” ZTE’s note reads. “The Company and related parties...CONTINUE READING
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Saudi Arabia just lifted its cinema ban, and well, the first movie screened was an interesting choice

Saudi Arabia has just lifted a 35-year-old ban on cinemas, and picked an, uh, interesting movie for the first screening. Ready? The Emoji Movie. Yep. The very first film hitting cinema screens in three and a half decades was 2017’s animated feature about a city populated by talking emojis. It’s currently sitting at 9 percent...CONTINUE READING
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South Korea mulls cryptocurrency ban but it’s far from finalized

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. News from South Korea is causing turmoil in the cryptocurrency market.  The country’s Justice minister Park Sang-ki said the country is preparing a ban on cryptocurrency trading, Reuters reported Thursday. ...CONTINUE READING
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Alt-righter Richard Spencer banned from 26 European countries

It is not a good moment for white nationalist and alt-right personality Richard Spencer.  SEE ALSO: Twitter is removing verification checkmarks from accounts that break its rules After Twitter stripped him of the blue verification mark, Spencer is facing a ban from the EU’s visa-free Schengen Area which comprises of 26 European countries, according to...CONTINUE READING
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'Overwatch' will ban you if you use custom games to farm XP

After Overwatch introduced the custom game browser last week allowing players to create and host custom games online, some people started to exploit the feature by inviting players to farm experience while being inactive. Blizzard is not OK with that. Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan announced today that Blizzard would start taking punishing players who...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook blocks famous nude artwork and feels the internet's ire

On Tuesday, Facebook decided to block a video advertisement, stating that the ad violated their guidelines around sexual content. However, the ad was merely for a collection of artwork to be auctioned off and the “sexual content” was actually a piece of artwork. Mossgreen, the auction house in Australia who’s behind the ad, has spoken...CONTINUE READING
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