Published:  12:13 AM, 06 October 2017

Worldwide waffling (06.10.2017 )

Worldwide waffling (06.10.2017 )

A Quebec television network says it is temporarily removing a political commentator who joked on television about hunting Quebec separatists. Groupe TVA says it is temporarily suspending Luc Lavoie from its programs after learning that a complaint has been filed against him with Quebec provincial police.

 "Luc Lavoie's comments about 'hunting separatists' are not only hateful but unCanadian. My Canada includes those who want an independent Qc." @furry_princess 


Google has revealed a small camera that uses artificial intelligence to recognize individuals, and decides when to record short videos by itself. The company said the camera would let families capture unique moments, although some people found the idea a bit creepy."Google Clips reminds me a bit too much of a Black Mirror episode." @dcurtis 


CARLTON chief executive Steven Trigg has resigned. The Blues CEO becomes the second in the role at an AFL club to depart in the last week.

"We've had discussions over the last couple of months," Carlton president Mark LoGiudice told The Herald Sun. "This has not been an easy discussion. We've come to a mutual, conciliatory agreement. "This was all amicable." "Blues chief Steven Trigg has resigned."
@superfooty 

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