The Daily Populous

Thursday September 2nd, 2021 evening edition

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Some Texans, however, are using the site to troll the group.

Texas' bill-to-be, which Gov. Greg Abbott signed back in May, is considered one of the most restrictive anti-abortion laws in the country.

Though the bill is set to go into law on September 1, some are already using the site to submit fake tips.

Many trolls are including photos of pornography, some in reference to animated characters like Shrek.

The trolls are not only giving a headache to whoever has to go through the anonymous tips, but standing up for Texas women in the process.

The organization doesn’t clarify exactly what that means or what it would do with the information, but concerned Texans didn’t care to find out.

“An anonymous tip website with the ability to send pictures? »

Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update Still Planned For 2021, First Expansion In Development

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CD Project Red has shared a new update on the status of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 next-generation update confirming they are due out in Late 2021.

The developers shared a presentation with slides covering their financial results and had information on the release date of the new patches for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3.

CD Projekt Red is also working on the first expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 although they haven’t shared details on when it will be released. »

Victoria is making the public display of Nazi symbols illegal

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It comes after a parliamentary committee earlier this year recommended the ban on Nazi symbols in public.

Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence said Nazi symbols "glorify one of the most hateful ideologies in human history".

The Australian Jewish Association (AJA) welcomed the move to ban the public display of Nazi symbols. »

Australia’s Paralympians to get same medal bonus as Olympians after government recognises efforts

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Australia’s Paralympians will receive the same cash bonus as their able-bodied counterparts after the federal government committed to providing financial support.

2020 Games host country Japan offers gold-winning Olympians about $63,000 and Paralympians the significantly smaller sum of $38,000.

“This additional commercial revenue could ensure Paralympics Australia can sustainably make medal bonus payments to athletes at future Paralympics,” the statement said. »