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Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez enjoy Nobu with his kids in rare public outing

Lauren Sanchez and Jeff Bezos enjoyed a solo date night at Nobu for Father’s Day, but they went back to the celebrity hot spot this week, this time with all of his kids. The Emmy award-winning journalist looked stunning in a beige dress with matching heels and an orange purse while Jeff rocked a light blue button-up with navy pants and white sneakers.The billionaire shares three sons and one daughter with his ex-wife Mackenzie Scott.

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Nintendo says it has increased security following 2020 “gigaleak”
Nintendo “gigaleak” back in 2020, which saw a vast amount of stolen data leaked onto the internet including prototype versions of classic Nintendo titles and N64 games, Nintendo has suggested it increased its security measures to prevent anything similar happening in the future.The massive data breach saw titles such as Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Yoshi’s Island and even some unreleased titles leaked onto the internet.It also reportedly contained confidential internal documentation regarding Nintendo DS, Wii and the China-exclusive iQue amongst other consoles, showing the systems’ working processes and the development processes that led to their creation and maintenance.According to Video Games Chronicle, the leak was suspected to come from iQue, the Chinese brand created to release Nintendo content, as well as BroadOn, a third-party company contracted by Nintendo to develop hardware and software for the Wii console.Until now, Nintendo had not made an official statement or response in relation to the massive leak, but on Tuesday (June 28) they referred to the incident in response to a question asked at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Japan.質問5中国ビジネスについて任天堂はIQueブランドを使っていたが、最近はテンセントと提携している。IQueが情報漏えいのもとになったのではないかという意見もある。情報漏えいのリスクマネージメントに聞きたい。— あれっくす (@NStyles) June 29, 2022Twitter user NStyles has kindly transcribed the meeting and when using the social media platform’s in-built translation feature from Japanese to English, we can garner that Nintendo was asked during the meeting where it stands on iQue, especially when it is considered that “some people believe that iQue may have been the source of information leaks”.In response, Nintendo president
Nelson Pique's paddock access could be revoked if he doesn't apologise to Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton after using a racist slur to describe the seven-time world champion.Piquet, a three-time world champion, allegedly used a term in Brazil that translates in English to the N-word during an interview that took place in November of last year while discussing Hamilton's title showdown with Max Verstappen, who is in a relationship with his daughter Kelly.While speaking to Brazilian journalist Ricardo Oliveir, Piquet reportedly criticised Hamilton for not leaving Verstappen enough room as they battled for the lead on the first lap at Silverstone.READ MORE: Chinese F1 star Zhou Guanyu claims he was bullied early on in career due to nationalityPiquet, the father of former F1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr., is said to have called the Mercedes driver "neguinho" and "the little black man".F1 reporter Philip Duncan detailed on Tuesday afternoon that Piquet's access to the paddock is in danger of being revoked should he fail to publicly apologise.The comments, that have been widely reported in South America, have been condemned by Hamilton, Mercedes chiefs and also F1 bosses.Does F1 need to do more to combat racism? Have your say in the comments sectionFormula 1 said: "Discriminatory or racist language is unacceptable in any form and has no part in society.
China to prosecute crimes 'before they happen' with scary 'Invisible Cage' tech
AI system will analyse all of the data gathered on China's citizens to try and spot patterns in their daily activity for potential wrong-doing or 'high-risk' behaviour.According to leaked documents obtained by the New York Times, the government will build profiles of citizens using information on their criminal records, gender, race, mental illnesses, Internet history, and 'social credit' using a database of over 2.5 billion facial images.READ NEXT: Wearable exoskeleton makes you so strong that you can cancel your gym membership foreverIf multiple 'high risk' people are found gathering in the same area, an automatic alert will be sent to police units to shut down any gathering or protest.According to the NYT, it can even alert police if someone with a history of mental health problems goes near a school.Maya Wang, a senior China researcher with Human Rights Watch, said: "This is an invisible cage of technology on society, the disproportionate brunt of it being felt by groups of people that are already severely discriminated against in Chinese society."Perhaps the scariest part of the system is that it isn't even operated by a human, but by a machine. Yin Qi, the creator of Chinese AI startup Megvii behind one of the projects, described his vision for a 'search engine for crime' several years ago that would let police prevent crime ahead of time.He said: "It would be scary if there were actually people watching behind the camera, but behind it is a system.
Brits working from home will be able to live tax-free if they move to Bali
work from the beach in Bali?And what would you say if we told you your earnings could be totally tax-free?READ MORE: UK's 'trendiest office' has treehouse meeting room, private 'zoo' – and even its own pubWell if that sounds good, you may be pleased to hear that freelancers will soon be able to work tax-free in Indonesia, including on the island of Bali.The country’s tourism minister Sandiaga Uno announced the five-year ‘digital nomad visa’ earlier this week.He told reporters that he hopes the move will bring in up to 3.6million overseas travellers and create one million jobs for Indonesians.Uno said the proposed remote working visa will mean freelancers can live tax-free on islands like Bali, as long as their earnings come from outside of Indonesia.He told the South China Morning Post he wants Indonesia’s tourism to shift from a ‘sun, sea and sand’ approach and instead focus on ‘serenity, spirituality and sustainability’.“This way we’re getting better quality and better impact on the local economy,” he explained.Uno said the e decision was based on research that showed Indonesia was ‘top of mind’ for 95% of the remote workers that took part in the survey.Similar plans for a digital nomad visa were being developed last year, however had to be put on pause due to the pandemic.Uno added: “Now with the pandemic handled and all the ministries getting involved and cooperating from the health side to the immigrations office, we believe that this is an opportune time to relaunch this idea.”There are currently a variety of visas available to remote workers wanting to visit Indonesia.
China , officially the People's Republic of China, is a country in East Asia. It is the world's most populous country, with a population of around 1.428 billion in 2017. Covering approximately 9,600,000 square kilometers (3,700,000 sq mi), it is the world's third or fourth largest country by area. Governed by the Communist Party of China, the state exercises jurisdiction over 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four direct-controlled municipalities (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing), and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.