Japan is launching an investigation into the landing of a drone on the roof of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office building, a government spokesman said, after media reported 'minuscule' traces of radiation were found.
The European Parliament has been vocally pushing for an investigation into Google’s alleged anticompetitive strategies since November. And on Wednesday, Margrethe Vestager, the European Union competition commissioner, announced in Brussels that such an inquiry is moving forward and that Google is being formally accused (through what’s called a 'statement of objections') of abusing its power in its ubiquitous services like Internet search and Android.
Fans are recognising that not only are things going to get lost but the only people who care enough to preserve games are, well, us. Older generations have different priorities and their own things to look after, mostly themselves at this point in time. The preservation of video game history falls to those of us in the here and now, the ones playing them.
Facebook was able to put its recently launched Safety Check feature to the test by allowing survivors to log-in and confirm that they were alive and well, putting the minds at rest of all their contacts. Similarly Google has also joined the hunt, re-launching its Person Finder tool to assist people in locating others, as well as sharing current news.
It's not yet clear what the purpose of the drone was, but it appears likely, given the radiation symbol on its chassis, that the stunt was designed to protest Japan's restart of its nuclear power facilities.
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