Reuters has reported that the former wife of Russian president Vladimir Putin helped create and now supports a foundation that owns a historic Moscow property which generates millions of dollars from tenants. Corporate records show that the building was renovated with help from associates of Putin, and the rental income is paid to a private company owned by a person whose name is the same as the maiden name of Putin's former wife.
Twitter has responded to criticism from LGBTQ activists surrounding the platforms censoring of search results for the terms “bisexual” and “bisexuality”. Twitter users and bi-activists like Kate Harrad have been encouraging twitter to be “sensitive to any filtering that reduces access to bi content and to be aware of the problem of bisexual erasure.” Twitter has responded to the criticism blaming a technical issue for the error.
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