- IPL table and schedule
As we know, this year’s Indian Premier League(1) was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As the cases started to reduce and the curve started to flatten, the BCCI(2) decided to start the Indian Premier League on September 19. The IPL table and schedule are already determined. This year’s IPL tournament is agreed to take place in the United Arab Emirates(UAE), due to the continuous rise of Coronavirus cases in India. As per the new IPL table and schedule, the final match will take place on November 8. The first match will be played between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. The inauguration ceremony is going to be short and straightforward. Here, you can find the IPL table, IPL schedule, and other matches and squad lists.
IPL Table and schedule:
The 13th edition of the famous Indian Premier League is set to start in the United Arab Emirates. As expected, there will be no live audience, but you can view the matches on many platforms like Hotstar, Airtel Live, and other television channels. Now, let’s learn a bit about the IPL table, and it’s tentative schedules.
|S NO||Match center||Date||Day||Time(IST)||Country|
|1||MI vs CSK||19th Sept||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|2||DC vs KXIP||20th Sept||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|3||RCB vs KKR||20th Sept||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|4||SRH vs MI||21st Sept||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|5||CSK vs RR||22nd Sept||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|6||KKR vs DC||23rd sept||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|7||KXIP vs SRH||24th sept||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|8||MI vs RCB||25th Sept||Fri||8:00 PM||UAE|
|9||RR vs DC||26th Sept||Fri||8:00 PM||UAE|
|10||RCB vs SRH||27th Sept||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|11||KXIP vs MI||28th Sept||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|12||RR vs KKR||29th Sept||Tue||4:00 PM||UAE|
|13||RCB vs DC||30th Sept||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|14||CSK vs KXIP||1st Oct||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|15||SRH vs RR||2nd Oct||Fri||4:00 PM||UAE|
|16||KKR vs MI||3rd Oct||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|17||DC vs CSK||4th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|18||KXIP vs RCB||4th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|19||MI vs RR||5th Oct||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|20||SRH vs KKR||6th Oct||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|21||KXIP vs CSK||7th Oct||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|22||RCB vs RR||8th Oct||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|23||DC vs KKR||9th Oct||Fri||4:00 PM||UAE|
|24||CSK vs SRH||10th Oct||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|25||MI vs KXIP||11th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|26||RR vs SRH||11th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|27||RCB vs DC||12th Oct||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|28||KKR vs KXIP||13th Oct||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|29||CSK vs MI||14th Oct||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|30||RR vs RCB||15th Oct||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|31||KXIP vs KKR||16th Oct||Fri||4:00 PM||UAE|
|32||SRH vs DC||17th Oct||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|33||CSK vs RCB||18th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|34||MI vs KKR||18th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|35||RR vs KXIP||19th Oct||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|36||SRH vs CSK||20th Oct||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|37||MI vs DC||21st Oct||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|38||KKR vs RR||22nd Oct||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|39||RCB vs KXIP||23rd Oct||Fri||4:00 PM||UAE|
|40||DC vs SRH||24th Oct||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|41||RR vs CSK||25th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|42||SRH vs RCB||25th Oct||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|43||DC vs MI||26th Oct||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|44||CSK vs KKR||27th Oct||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|45||KXIP vs RR||28th Oct||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|46||KKR vs RCB||29th Oct||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|47||CSK vs DC||30th Oct||Fri||4:00 PM||UAE|
|48||KKR vs RCB||31st Oct||Sat||8:00 PM||UAE|
|49||RR vs MI||1st Nov||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|50||SRH vs KXIP||1st Nov||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
|51||DC vs RR||2nd Nov||Mon||8:00 PM||UAE|
|52||RCB vs CSK||3rd Nov||Tue||8:00 PM||UAE|
|53||KKR vs SRH||4th Nov||Wed||8:00 PM||UAE|
|54||KXIP vs DC||5th Nov||Thu||8:00 PM||UAE|
|55||RCB vs MI||6th Nov||Fri||8:00 PM||UAE|
|60||Final||8th Nov||Sun||8:00 PM||UAE|
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DHS chief says Twitter poses a ‘threat’ to U.S. national security over censorship
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said Twitter poses a “threat” to U.S. national security Friday in a scathing letter he wrote to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on recent censorship by Twitter of DHS personnel. Secretary Wolf said that Twitter’s decisions to censor government agencies […]
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Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said Twitter poses a “threat” to U.S. national security Friday in a scathing letter he wrote to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on recent censorship by Twitter of DHS personnel. Secretary Wolf said that Twitter’s decisions to censor government agencies could deny people information they need to be safe.
Wolf’s letter came a day after Twitter deleted a tweet about the border wall and locked the account of the head of Customs and Border Protection, saying it was “hateful” to claim that “walls work” to stop gang members and criminals from getting across. Twitter later capitulate after nearly 24 hours, restoring the tweet and access to the account.
Yesterday, Twitter suspended CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan after he touts the success of the border wall saying “the border wall keeps out gang members, murderers, and sexual predators.” Morgan later shared the Twitter notification he received, which Twitter claimed “violated our rules against hateful conduct,’ alleging he either ‘promoted violence against, threatened, or harassed’ a minority group based on them being a minority”
Twitter’s censoring of factual information poses a threat to national security.
— Acting Secretary Chad Wolf (@DHS_Wolf) October 30, 2020
You can read the full letter below.
Mr. Jack Dorsey
Chief Executive Officer
1555 Market Street, Suite 900
San Francisco, CA 94103
Dear Mr. Dorsey:
I write to you about Twitter’s recent censorship of Mark Morgan, the Senior Official Performing the Duties of Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Not only was Twitter’s act of censorship unjustified—the tweet is supported by data—it is disturbing. As the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other Federal agencies continue to rely on Twitter to share important information with the U.S. public, your censorship poses a threat to our security.
Hours after you concluded testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on October 28, 2020, Twitter suspended Mr. Morgan for tweeting: “CBP & U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continue to build new wall every day. Every mile helps us stop gang members, murderers, sexual predators, and drugs from entering our country. It’s a fact, walls work.” Twitter’s moderators, apparently triggered by the tweet, emailed Mr. Morgan to say, “You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.”
The Acting Commissioner’s tweet did none of these things. Read it. Watch the video. The fact that the tweet was removed and the account locked is startling. It is hard to understand how anyone believed Mr. Morgan’s tweet promoted violence, threats or harassment. Especially considering that the facts about the border wall system support the tweet.
Whether you know it or not, CBP guards the front line of the American homeland. CBP repels and arrests thousands of violent criminal gang members each year. CBP rescues young girls who are forced into cross-border sex trafficking. CBP intercepts dangerous drugs and contraband, including enough of the opioid fentanyl to kill every man, woman, and child in the United States several times over. CBP fulfills the United States’ most obvious and essential law enforcement and national security responsibility to the people of our country. Your company may choose to be ignorant of these facts, but it is no less censorship when you choose to suppress them.
There was no reason to remove Mr. Morgan’s tweet from your platform, other than ideological disagreement with the speaker. Such censorship is disturbing. Twitter’s conduct censoring U.S. government officials also endangers the national security. It is dangerous and damaging when any publisher arbitrarily and unfoundedly decides, as it did here, that the facts and policies of a particular Presidential Administration constitute “violence”—in order to censor them.
And in the case of Twitter, this can cut off an essential mode of communication between U.S. Government officials and the public. In doing so, Twitter is sabotaging public discourse regarding important national and homeland security issues.
Further, it is clear that Twitter’s gross censorship was intentional, not accidental. Twitter notified CBP that it had censored Mr. Morgan’s message and locked his account. In response, CBP communicated with Twitter’s office of government affairs, and also appealed Twitter’s censorship decision. But Twitter denied the appeal. And Twitter’s office of government affairs ignored CBP’s communications. Only after CBP reached out to Twitter’s office of government affairs a second time and went public with this censorship, then finally Twitter admitted its bad
judgment and unlocked the account.
I call on you to commit to never again censoring content on your platform and obstructing Americans’ unalienable right to communicate with each other and with their government and its officials, including the thousands of law enforcement officers at the DHS who work vigilantly and diligently to protect your safety every day.
Chad F. Wolf
Forget about Big Tech censorship, Mailchimp is now going to fact-check all your emails
Just when you think you can’t get enough of Big Tech censorship, Mailchimp announced this week that it will start deleting ‘misleading’ and materially false content sent via its platform effective October 28, 2020. It was not clear how Mailchimp […]
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Mailchimp now joins one of the several tech companies that fact-check users’ content. In the past few weeks, Facebook, Google, and Twitter have been accused of censorship users’ content on their platform. Early this mont, Facebook and Twitter censored sourced reporting from the New York Post’s story about bombshell emails and video obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop.
In an email sent to customers on Wednesday, Mailchimp said:
“Mailchimp does not allow the distribution of Content that is, in our sole discretion, materially false, inaccurate, or misleading in a way that could deceive or confuse others about important events, topics, or circumstances.”
The question is: What criteria will they base their decisions to dismiss content as misleading or false on? The other question is: How does Mailchimp know what’s in the email without reading the email content?
Later today, Mailchimp issued the following statement:
“We use a combination of human-run and automated systems to guard against abuse, and we take action against misuse of our platform when we find it through our own processes or after investigating when we receive complaints.”
Below is a screenshot of the email message Mailchimp sent to its customers.
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