The Daily Populous

Thursday October 29th, 2020 evening edition

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A Tunisian security source and a French police source later named the suspect as Brahim Aouissaoui.

The French Embassy said he was in hospital after a knife assault though his life was not in danger.

Within hours of the Nice attack, French police killed a man who had threatened passersby with a handgun in Montfavet, near the southern city of Avignon.

After the Nice attack, Prime Minister Jean Castex raised France’s security alert to its highest level.

Ambulances and fire service vehicles were also at the scene. U.S. President Donald Trump voiced sympathy for the people of France after the attack.

A representative of the French Council for the Muslim Faith also condemned the attack.

The assailant said he wanted to punish Paty for showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad to his pupils. »

Amazon Argues Users Don't Actually Own Purchased Prime Video Content

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She claims the company "secretly reserves the right" to end consumers' access to content purchased through its Prime Video service.

In fact, all of the Prime Video content that Plaintiff has ever purchased remains available.".

"The most relevant agreement here — the Prime Video Terms of Use — is presented to consumers every time they buy digital content on Amazon Prime Video," writes Biderman. »

Hackers steal $2.3m from Trump reelection fund, says GOP

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Republican officials in Wisconsin say that hackers stole $2.3m from an account being used to help reelect Donald Trump.

Wisconsin is a key swing state in the 2020 election, having been won by Mr Trump in 2016 by just 23,000 votes.

The Associated Press reports that Hitt said the hackers manipulated invoices from four vendors who were being paid to send out direct mail for the Trump campaign. »