Hunter Biden, son of the current US president, has filed a complaint against the IRS, accusing it of disclosing his personal data.
Biden’s son charged with 3 counts, punishable by up to 25 years in prison
According to US media reports, the lawsuit filed in the District of Columbia federal court relied on the actions of IRS officials Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, who made public statements, conducted media interviews and testified before the US Congress, which resulted in his personal data being publicly disclosed on a large scale. Large, which Biden Jr. considered a violation of his privacy.
The allegations filed by Hunter Biden state that the IRS failed to “knowingly and intentionally take administrative, technical and/or physical steps to ensure the security and confidentiality of his personal information.”
The list of demands includes compensation worth $1,000 for each unauthorized disclosure of his tax data.
Washington: Worth $80 million, US military finds wreckage of missing F-35 plane
The US military announced Monday that it had found the wreckage of an F-35 stealth fighter jet that disappeared about 24 hours ago over the US east coast after its pilot jumped from it for some reason which is not yet clear.
Joint Base Charleston wrote in an article on Platform X that the military, “in close coordination with local authorities, found a debris field in Williamsburg County,” South Carolina .
The discovery of this highly sophisticated warplane, each of which costs around $80 million, puts an end to a vast search operation launched Sunday afternoon by the authorities, during which they asked residents of the region to help them locate this precious wreck.
The loss of this aircraft opened the door to much mockery and jokes on the Internet due to its stealth advantages.
This fifth generation fighter is equipped with technologies to avoid radar detection.
San Francisco: Amid protests against his “destructive coup against Israeli democracy.”
Netanyahu calls on Musk to “fight anti-Semitism” via the X platform
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and billionaire Elon Musk previously discussed the risks associated with artificial intelligence, Israeli politics and content control via “X” Twitter, during a live conversation on the platform belonging to the owner of Tesla and SpaceX.
“I hope you can find the possibility of ending anti-Semitism (via X) or reducing it as much as possible,” Netanyahu told Musk, owner of the X platform.
Recently, Elon Musk threatened legal action against the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), which fights against anti-Semitism and racism. He believes that this government organization has alienated advertisers from the social network by accusing, according to him, without foundation, the rapid spread of hate speech through the platform that it purchased in October 2022.
The Israeli Prime Minister added: “I realize that you are determined to combat any form of collective hatred towards people targeted by anti-Semitism, and I hope that you will succeed. » “This is not an easy task, but I encourage you to find a balance.”
Netanyahu is visiting the United States for the United Nations General Assembly.
Elon Musk responded that he couldn’t stop all hate and hate messages from spreading through the X platform, which now has “550 million monthly users.” As of May 2022, Twitter reported that it had approximately 230 million daily active users.
The controversial Musk stressed that he was “against any attack on any group of people.”
He added: “I am for anything that leads to the development of humanity and ultimately allows us to become a human civilization in which we understand the nature of the universe. » “We cannot achieve this result with so much internal conflict, hatred and negativity. »
During the meeting between the two parties, according to the Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, dozens of Israelis demonstrated abroad to protest a package of laws that the Netanyahu government continues to push through as part of the “reform” project. judicial”, described by the opposition. as a coup and claims it will “destroy democracy in Israel.”
The two men announced via “X” that they would talk to each other. During their very friendly conversation, they repeatedly expressed their mutual respect.
Netanyahu said that Elon Musk “is at the forefront of the greatest innovation process of the new era and perhaps ever.”
He added: “He is paving a path that will change the face of humanity as well as that of the State of Israel,” explaining that he wants to “convince it to invest in Israel in the years to come.”
The conference focused specifically on artificial intelligence and its potential benefits and risks for society.
Netanyahu listed progress and promises in terms of lifespan, medicine, robotics to help the elderly, eliminating overpopulation on land and in the air, and automating industry and transport. ‘agriculture. He also spoke of the dangers, particularly for democracy, when artificial intelligence is used for harmful purposes or “if it takes control of humans”.
“I think we find ourselves today at a turning point for all of humanity and we have to choose between a blessing or a curse,” he told Musk.
The “rule” of artificial intelligence
Musk, who this year founded his own artificial intelligence company, expressed optimism that world leaders could work together to avoid disasters associated with the technology.
“Every sport needs a referee,” he stressed, calling for avoiding a frantic race for artificial intelligence, as is the case with nuclear weapons.
Elon Musk is one of the founders of OpenAI, which created ChatGPT, but later left its board of directors.
Musk regularly warns about the dangers of artificial intelligence and has held conversations with political leaders in Washington and Beijing about it.
Last week, he participated in a series of closed-door meetings at the US Congress alongside the heads of major tech companies, such as Meta Group’s Mark Zuckerberg and OpenAI’s Sam Altman, as the US works on a new legislation to better control this. technology.
“There is great agreement on putting controls in place for artificial intelligence,” Elon Musk said Wednesday after one of these meetings. Even if these controls are not perfect, the repercussions of a possible deviation of artificial intelligence will be dangerous.