Twitch becomes unexpected casualty in Russia’s Telegram ban
The world’s most popular livestreaming site appears to be caught in the crossfire as Russia fights popular encrypted messaging app Telegram. Russian streamers are reportedly unable to stream or watch other channels, having to find tricks to get around the ban. One of the first acknowledgements came from Reddit user Angry_Roleplayer. In his post, several other alleged streamers reported being unable to go live on Twitch or even access it. Angry_Roleplayer managed to upload a video showing the blockage to YouTube: The apparent cause of the ban is Russia’s current scuffle with Telegram, which escalated earlier this month when the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitch
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): Ringgit drops for a third day and a gauge of expected volatility jumps as markets remain wary about further fallout from the Turkish crisis.
* USD/MYR gains as much as 0.1% to 4.0970
** Pair’s 1-month implied volatility rises 0.295 vol to 5.63
** Support for spot 4.0413, 4.0366, 4.0083; resistance 4.1093, 4.1230, 4.1355
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