News Headlines - 27 July 2015

Twitter removes lifted jokes over copyright infringment claims | The Guardian

Twitter has begun to honour takedown requests from users complaining their jokes have been lifted wholesale and shared by others, passing them off as their own.
Certain tweets have begun to be replaced with copyright notices and a message saying “tweet withheld”. The blocked tweets offer users the chance to “learn more” via a link to Twitter’s policy on DMCA takedown notices.

Goldman Sachs must pay $1.8 million for reporting failures: FINRA | Reuters

A Goldman Sachs Group Inc unit must pay $1.8 million for not reporting "substantial" details about its alternative trading system orders to a system that tracks that information, and also for other lapses, Wall Street's industry-funded watchdog said.

A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ex-President Who Pushed a Nuclear India, Dies at 83 - The New York Times

India’s 11th president, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, whose role in advancing India’s nuclear program made him one of his country’s most beloved figures, died on Monday after collapsing at an event where he was to deliver a lecture. He was 83.

Sex worker in West Virginia shoots dead 'serial killer' - BBC News

A woman working as a prostitute may have put an end to a nationwide killing spree after she shot and killed a man in self-defence, police say.

Nasa completes review of Space Launch System to send humans to Mars | Daily Mail Online

The Space Launch System (SLS) is set to usher in a new era of exploration to destinations beyond Earth's orbit.
When it's built in 2018, it will launch astronauts in the agency's Orion spacecraft on missions to an asteroid placed in lunar orbit, and eventually to Mars.









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