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Trump’s move to Florida could run into resistance from New York

Trump’s move to Florida could run into resistance from New York

Finance
President Donald Trump addresses the International Association of Chiefs of Police annual convention at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida on October 8, 2018.Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump is making his move to Florida official.His home state of New York may not let him go without a fight.The president, a native of the Queens borough, tweeted on Thursday night that he and his family will be making Palm Beach, Florida, their permanent residence."I cherish New York, and the people of New York, and always will," Trump tweeted."But unfortunately, despite the fact I pay millions of dollars in city, state and local taxes each year, I have been treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state," he wrote.The warm weather isn't the ...
Microsoft president: Don’t move fast and break things

Microsoft president: Don’t move fast and break things

Technology
Some US tech firms have gained a reputation for being willing to launch products before it is clear whether they could be damaging to society.But Microsoft's president, Brad Smith, says that it is not good enough for such companies to absolve themselves of responsibility and say that it is solely up to lawmakers to decide what is right and wrong.Mr Smith's book - Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age - aims to serve as a wake-up call to the industry.He spoke to the BBC's Leo Kelion while visiting London.Let's block ads! (Why?) BBC News - Technology
Transfer news and football gossip: Sancho refuses to rule out move, Pogba exit ‘not a big loss’ for Man United, Arsenal approach Red Bull Salzburg star

Transfer news and football gossip: Sancho refuses to rule out move, Pogba exit ‘not a big loss’ for Man United, Arsenal approach Red Bull Salzburg star

Sports
talkSPORT rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Thursday’s papers and online…Manchester United are hoping to convince Paul Pogba to sign a new contract, with Jesse Lingard and 17-year-old forward Mason Greenwood also in line for new deals. (Evening Standard) Old Trafford legend Paul Scholes says Pogba would not be a “big loss” if he left the Red Devils – FULL STORY Getty Images - Getty Paul Scholes is no Paul Pogba fan Manchester United sent an official to watch 19-year-old Norwegian forward Erling Haaland as he introduced himself to the European stage with a hat-trick for Red Bull Salzburg on his Champions League debut. (Salzburger Nachrichten) England and Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has re
David Beckham ‘makes contact’ with Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi over sensational move to MLS side Inter Miami

David Beckham ‘makes contact’ with Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi over sensational move to MLS side Inter Miami

Sports
David Beckham has reportedly made contact with Lionel Messi over a move to his new MLS franchise.Inter Miami are entering Major League Soccer in 2020 and are building a squad to take on the best the league has to offer. AFP OR LICENSORS Lionel Messi has scored 603 goals for Barcelona Barcelona-based Catalunya Radio claim Beckham has reached out to Messi with a ‘huge deal’ to be the face of the new franchise. The Barcelona star can remarkably leave the LaLiga giants for free at the end of the season, but it is believed they want to give him a ‘lifetime contract’. patriot Five players who shined more for their country than their club REVEALED
Google and Mozilla move to stop Kazakhstan ‘snooping’

Google and Mozilla move to stop Kazakhstan ‘snooping’

Technology
Google and Mozilla have moved to block the Kazakhstan government from intercepting internet traffic.It comes after reports internet services providers in the country have required people to install a government-issued certificate on all devices and in every browser.The government said the software was a security measure.But Google and Mozilla said it would allow the government to decrypt and read anything a user types or posts.The country has a poor human rights record by international standards.The Ministry of Digital Development in the former Soviet republic said telecoms operators in the capital, Nur-Sultan, were carrying out technical work to "enhance protection" from hackers, online fraud and other cyber-attacks.But Google a...