The Daily Populous

Saturday November 13rd, 2021 morning edition

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The controversial conservatorship that has controlled pop star Britney Spears' personal affairs and finances for 13 years has finally been ended at a landmark court hearing in Los Angeles.

Now, the judge has decided to end it completely - a decision met by cheers and celebrations outside the court on Friday as supporters became aware.

All parties were in agreement on the conservatorship ending, including the star's father and mother, Lynne, who joined the hearing virtually.

And the conservatorship was terminated without the need for a psychiatric evaluation, which Spears had previously made clear she was against.

Britney Spears: Timeline of key moments in star's career and conservatorship 1998 - Aged 16, Spears releases debut single ...Baby One More Time.

Comeback album Circus is released at the end of the year and a world tour follows in 2009.

Jamie Spears, who has repeatedly said he has only ever acted in his daughter's best interests, has been accused of financially benefiting from the conservatorship. »

‘Death to Jews,’ Polish nationalists shout at rally while burning book about Jews in Poland

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(JTA) — Polish nationalists shouted “death to Jews” as they burned a book representing a historic pact protecting the rights of Poland’s Jews.

The document issued in 1264 by Prince Bolesław the Pious regulated the legal status of Jews living in Poland and afforded some protection through penalizing attacks on them.

The statute served as the legal foundation for relations between non-Jews and Jews in Poland for centuries later. »

7 Plane Crashes in 7 Days Ends at the Bottom of Lake Michigan

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Licensed pilot Dennis Collier was the proud new owner of an amphibious airplane called a Seawind 3000.

In fact, the aircraft only had a total of 20 hours of flying time in its lifetime.

The first of the seven crashes happened while attempting to land after a test flight in California. »

Far Cry’s boss has left Ubisoft

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Hay joined Ubisoft to produce Far Cry 3 – which remains the series’ highest-rated game to date – and kept his role for virtually every instalment since, including Blood Dragon, Far Cry 4, Primal, Far Cry 5 and New Dawn.

The company veteran was most hands-on with Far Cry 5, on which he acted as creative director.

Together, the developers are responsible for its biggest franchises such as Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs and Far Cry. »

These Game Developers Are Choosing To Turn Down NFT Money

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For some game developers, however, NFT projects are attached to real money that could put food on the table, and turning them down comes at a real cost.

Here are some developers who took a personal risk in saying “thanks, but no thanks” to NFT gigs.

One developer who has refused opportunities to work on NFT games is the CEO of a studio that has provided engineering support for a number of well-known games, and also co-developed a few games of their own. »