The Daily Populous

Saturday November 2nd, 2019 night edition

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Everyone (well almost everyone) proved to be a man of their word as protestors have been seen flooding the gates outside Blizzcon dressed in ‘Winnie the Pooh’ costumes.

So I wonder what blizzard is going to do… Will we have another red shirt moment?

#BlizzCon2019 #BlizzardBoycott #Blizzcon — ToxicMaleClips ✂️ (@toxicmaleclips) November 1, 2019.

People have been spotted using ‘Free Hong Kong’ placards outside, with ‘Free Hong Kong’ merchandise (including T-shirts) being sold outside.

Besides the official mask worn by the Hong Kong protestors, Overwatch hero Mei has joined the fold as a hero of the protests and a symbol of resistance.

There is a very passionate group of people handing out "Free Hong Kong" t-shirts by the entrance of #BlizzCon2019 — Zorine 'harli' Te (@Zorine) November 1, 2019.

Livestreams covering the protests outside Blizzcon with the tag line “Let’s raid Blizzcon, they can’t stop us all”. »

Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion

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Google has just announced that it’s buying wearable company Fitbit for $2.1 billion.

“Fitbit health and wellness data will not be used for Google ads.“.

According to a separate press release issued by Fitbit, the company will still take privacy for health and fitness data seriously, noting that “Fitbit health and wellness data will not be used for Google ads.”. »

Judge excused jury duty after case mix-up

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A senior judge has revealed he was excused from jury service, because he was due to preside over the case in question.

Keith Cutler, the resident judge of Winchester and Salisbury, said he was surprised when he got the call up.

But his reason for not doing his duty was initially rejected when he contacted the Jury Central Summoning Bureau directly to explain. »

Bring Back ‘Hannibal’ to Eat the Rude – and the Rich

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The days are getting shorter, the temperature is (theoretically) dropping, and the holidays are looming around the corner like Leatherface himself, so there’s no better time to revisit one of scariest shows in television history: NBC’s “Hannibal.”.

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