Ben Simmons shouts out Australian legend ‘egg boy’ on his sneakers

The now famous teen who cracked an egg on the head of an Australian politician certainly has some high profile fans.
Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons paid tribute to the 17-year-old kid known as “egg boy,” by writing the teen’s name on his yellow shoes before the game against the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday.
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The team’s mental performance coach, Paddy Steinfort, posted the image of Simmons’ sneakers in his Instagram story. That’s a pretty awesome shout out.

Ben Simmons giving a shout out to Egg Boy on court for the…

Ben Simmons shouts out Australian legend ‘egg boy’ on his sneakers

Internet providers block sites that host Christchurch terror attack video

It’s been a struggle for internet companies to contain a live streamed video of the Christchurch terror attack.
In light of this, internet service providers are teaming up to block sites which refuse to take down the video, echoing calls by police and government for people to stop sharing it.
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A Vodafone New Zealand spokesperson said it was working alongside other large internet service providers in the country, such as Spark, 2Degrees and Vocus to “identify and block access to sites” distributing the video. Read more…More about New Zealand, Christchurch, Internet…

Internet providers block sites that host Christchurch terror attack video

New Zealand’s biggest online classifieds site bans sale of semi-automatic guns

In the aftermath of the Christchurch terrorist attack, New Zealand is looking to step up on gun control.
It’s led to the country’s biggest online marketplace, Trade Me, stopping the sale of semi-automatic firearms until it receives further instruction from the government.
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“We have listened to public sentiment following Friday’s terrorist attack in Christchurch and decided to remove all semi-automatic firearms sales and parts associated with those weapons today,” Trade Me’s statement reads.
The company said it would aim to remove listings for semi-automatic firearms by the end of…

New Zealand’s biggest online classifieds site bans sale of semi-automatic guns