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1  Forum / Technology / How to Upgrade to Windows 10 for free on: 16-01-2020 01:02PM

You can grab a free copy of Windows 10 by running the Media Creation Tool on your Windows 7/8.1 PC. After performing the upgrade, you have to connect to the internet and your Windows 7 license will be converted to a digital entitlement of Windows 10.


 

 
Go to Microsoft’s Windows 10 download page from here.

Click the ‘Download Tool now’ button and Media Creation Tool will download

Open the Media Creation Tool and agree to the license.

Select the ‘Upgrade this PC now’ option and click Next.

Select ‘Keep all apps and files’ and continue.

Click on the Install button to begin the installation process of Windows. During the installation, the computer will restart numerous times. This process can take a while, so please be patient.

After Windows 10 is finished installing and you’re connected, you can verify your Windows 10 activation from Settings > Windows Update > Activation.

We don’t know when Microsoft will close this free upgrade method, but you should hurry up if you don’t want to lose your free copy of Windows 10.


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2  Forum / Technology / Windows 7 Users, Get a Free Windows 10 Upgrade While You Can on: 16-01-2020 12:58PM

With the Windows 7 end of life fast approaching, users need to decide whether they want to upgrade them to Windows 10 or just get a new PC.


 

 
Starting next Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, Windows 7 will reach its end of life, which means Microsoft will release the last cumulative update for all editions of the operating system.

This means no more security updates going forward. unless you purchase Extended Security Updates. and your computer will become vulnerable to any security vulnerabilities that are discovered in the future. TOP ARTICLES3/5NSA’s First PublicVulnerability Disclosure: An Effort to Build Trust

To remind people of the end of support, on January 15th, Microsoft will start displaying alerts in Windows 7 reminding them that the operating system is no longer supported and that they should upgrade to Windows 10.

Windows 7 End of Support Ad
Windows 7 End of Support Ad
The good news is that if you wish to upgrade to Windows 10, you can still do so for free using the steps in the following section.

Microsoft was supposed to remove this offer a long time ago, but it is still live.

There is, though, no idea how long this method will work, so if you wish to upgrade a device from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free, you should do so as soon as possible.

Source --  hugeintech.com
3  Forum / Technology / Windows 7 Users, Get a Free Windows 10 Upgrade While You Can on: 16-01-2020 12:52PM

With the Windows 7 end of life fast approaching, users need to decide whether they want to upgrade them to Windows 10 or just get a new PC.


 
Starting next Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, Windows 7 will reach its end of life, which means Microsoft will release the last cumulative update for all editions of the operating system.

This means no more security updates going forward. unless you purchase Extended Security Updates. and your computer will become vulnerable to any security vulnerabilities that are discovered in the future. TOP ARTICLES3/5NSA’s First PublicVulnerability Disclosure: An Effort to Build Trust

To remind people of the end of support, on January 15th, Microsoft will start displaying alerts in Windows 7 reminding them that the operating system is no longer supported and that they should upgrade to Windows 10.

Windows 7 End of Support Ad
Windows 7 End of Support Ad
The good news is that if you wish to upgrade to Windows 10, you can still do so for free using the steps in the following section.

Microsoft was supposed to remove this offer a long time ago, but it is still live.

There is, though, no idea how long this method will work, so if you wish to upgrade a device from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free, you should do so as soon as possible

Source hugeintech.com
4  Forum / Technology / 11 Malware Attacks That Almost Wrecked the Internet on: 14-11-2019 09:15AM

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Viruses! Worms! Trojan Horses! Spyware! Adware!

All of these types of malware can wreak havoc on your computer. They jeopardize your files, hold your documents hostage, and plug your computer into botnets that spam the website you know and love. Since the dawn of the internet, hackers have been looking for ways to take advantage of its weaknesses, and internet security officials have been hot on their trail.

This week, Popular Mechanics is celebrating Internet Week, so they’ve compiled a list of the oddest, scariest, fastest-spreading and most expensive malware attacks in history. Hopefully none of these sound too familiar.

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MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY/ IZUSEKSQL Slammer

Year: 2003

Computers affected: 75,000 in ten minutes.

Financial damage: $1.2 billion

Instead of taking advantage of curious, unsuspecting email users, the SLAMMER worm targeted and took advantage of a bug in the code of Microsoft’s SQL servers. It was devastating and spread rapidly across the world, affecting 75,000 servers in ten minutes.

The internet slowed to a stop. Internet and cell phone service in South Korea ground to a halt, airlines were unable to process tickets and bank ATMs stopped working.1 of 11

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NINA MARSIGLIO / EYEEM/ MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHYMelissa

Year: 1999

Financial Cost: $80 million

The Melissa virus targeted millions of Microsoft Outlook users with an email stating: “Here is that document you asked for… don’t show anyone else Wink.”Sounds intriguing, right? Millions of curious users opened the file within the email, titled LIST.doc, which immediately spammed their computers with an unnerving amount of pop-up porn websites. Unfortunately, the email was then forwarded to 50 of the user’s email contacts.

While it didn’t damage files, it slowed down email services for hundreds of thousands of computers. It’s considered one of the first “social engineering” viruses, which take advantage of users emotions to do harm.


 
For those of you puzzling over who Melissa is: the virus’s creator named the worm after a stripper he met in Florida.2 of 11

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MRS/ MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHYILOVEYOU

Year: 2000

Computers affected: 45 million in two days

Financial cost: $10 billion

The ILOVEYOU worm preyed upon computer users looking for one thing: love. Users would receive an email with an attached “love letter.” Instead of quoting Byron, Shakespeare or Austen, the letter, a visual basic script, downloaded a program that overwrote any files with the .JPEG, .DOC and .MP3 extensions, among others. What’s worse? The malware then forwarded the malicious letter to 50 of the user’s email contacts.

Talk about “spreading the love.”3 of 11

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NOAA/ MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHYStorm Worm

Year: 2007

Computers affected: 1.5 million machines

Financial damage: $10 billion

StormWorm—a type of trojan horse attack and not a worm that sends malware to other computers—tricked people into clicking on an email link to an article about a storm raging across Europe, “230 Dead as storm batters Europe.” The hackers also targeted curious users with headlines the “U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has kicked German Chancellor.”

Hundreds of thousands of people clicked in the first few hours. It sought out Microsoft Information Systems that weren’t properly updated.4 of 11ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW

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AL BELLO / STAFF/ MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHYAnna Kournikova

Year: 2001

Computers affected: More than 100,000

Created by a 20-year-old Dutch man named Jan de Wit, the Anna Kournikova worm tricked users into opening an image of the famous tennis player. Except. It wasn’t a tennis player. It was a visual basic script worm that downloaded the file onto the computer, multiplied, and then spammed the user’s email contacts and toppled computer servers around the world.

De Wit felt so bad when he realized the influence of his worm, that he eventually turned himself in. Thankfully, this worm wasn’t a destructive one—just one that’s rather…embarrassing to have been caught with.5 of 11

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MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY/ TOWFIQU PHOTOGRAPHYCode Red

Year: 2001

Computers affected: Hundreds of thousands

Financial damage: $2 billion

The CODE RED worm terrified computer users in 2001, when it took over millions of computers, splashing a page across screens that read: “CODE RED: WELCOME TO WORM.COM HACKED BY CHINESE.”

It was a type of computer attack called a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS), which meant that it spammed websites with higher-than-normal traffic volumes. The worm struck hundreds of thousands of machines in just a few hours.6 of 11

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MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY/ AIMINTANGRobinn Hood

Year: 2019

Computers affected: Baltimore city government computers

Financial damage: $18.2 million

In April, 2018, city officials in the city of Baltimore, M.D. realized that the files on their computers had been seized by destructive agents. Attackers sent a digital ransom note requesting three bitcoin (approximately $17,000) in exchange for each captive system or, if the city preferred, a lump sum of 13 bitcoin ($75,000) for all of them. Other cities such as Greenville, N.C., Amarillo, Tex. and Atlanta, G.A., have faced similar attacks, too.7 of 11

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MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY/ YUI MOK – PA IMAGES / CONTRIBUTORWannaCry

Year: 2017

Computers affected: 230,000

Financial damage: $4 billion

In 2017, a large coordinated attack on computer systems across Britain, Spain, Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan resulted in the hostile takeover of servers in those countries. WannaCry is a type of virus called ransomware. It takes control of a users computer, files, accounts—everything—and asks for money in return for access. British hospitals were forced to turn away patients, and the NHS was asked for a paltry $300 ransom from WannaCry’s creators.8 of 11

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MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY/ KTSDESIGN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARYStuxnet

Year: 2009-2010

Computers affected: Iran’s uranium enrichment facility

STUXNET was the first virus to specifically target computers that control an industrial system, according to Smithsonian. Through a tainted flash drive, it disabled Iran’s uranium enrichment facility in Natanz. It was designed to destroy Iran’s nuclear missile arsenal by infiltrating computers and forcing them spin Iranian centrifuges so fast that they exploded.


 
Experts suspect that both Israel and the U.S. played a role in the attack. Were the same type of attack to be waged on, say, the U.S. power grid, it would cost upwards of $1 trillion.9 of 11

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BOONCHAI WEDMAKAWAND/ MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHYMy Doom

Year: 2004

Computers affected:

Financial damage: $38 billion

MyDoom not only spread over email, but made its way around the web by taking over peer-to-peer file sharing programs like Google Docs. The malware was so prolific, ZDNet reports, that, at its heyday, it constituted about a quarter of all sent emails worldwide. Google was so concerned about the worm, it offered a $250,000 reward to anyone who could provide information about the creator.

MyDoom harnessed infected computers, and pulled them into a botnet to spam important websites.

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5  Forum / Technology / Facebook shares their community update and quarterly results on: 31-10-2019 12:52PM
Yesterday, the CEO of facebook Mark Zuckerberg shared the community update and also quarterly result of facebook and here is exactly what's written

"We just shared our community update and quarterly results. Here’s what I said on our earnings call.
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Before we get started, I want to talk about the announcement we just shared that Sue Desmond-Hellmann is leaving our board to focus on her health and other commitments. Sue has been a wonderful and thoughtful voice on our board for six years, and I'm deeply personally grateful for everything she has done for this company.
This was a good quarter for our community and our business. There are now around 2.8 billion people using Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp or Messenger each month, and around 2.2 billion people using at least one of our services daily. The Facebook app had a particularly strong quarter, including in the US and Canada. We also recently released that we estimate that more than 140 million businesses, mostly small businesses, are using our services each month to grow, create jobs and become social hubs in their communities.
This has been a busy quarter on a lot of fronts.
We've launched a number of new exciting products, like Facebook Dating in the US, which is doing quite well, Threads for Instagram, a camera-first experience to share with your close friends, Facebook News, our dedicated product for news that we've built in partnership with news publishers, and we introduced Horizon, a new social experience for VR. We also released hand-tracking technology for Oculus and Oculus Link so your Quest is basically now a Rift too. We're making progress building out the private social platform across WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram Direct. And we have multiple exciting initiatives around commerce and payments that are moving forward, from Marketplace to Instagram Shopping to payments in WhatsApp and continuing our discussions on Libra.
This has also been a busy quarter on the policy and social issues front. We formally entered into a settlement with the FTC to make structural changes and build a rigorous privacy program that will set a new standard for our industry. We're about a year out now from the 2020 elections and we just announced that the systems we've built are now so advanced that we've proactively identified and removed multiple foreign interference campaigns coming from Russia and Iran. And we've found ourselves in the middle of the debate about what political speech is acceptable in the upcoming campaigns.
But today I want to focus on talking about principles. Because from a business perspective, it might be easier for us to choose a different path than the one we're taking. So I want to make sure everyone is clear about what we stand for, and why we're making some of the decisions we're making.
I gave a speech a couple weeks ago about the importance of standing for voice and free expression. I believe strongly -- and I believe that history supports -- that free expression has been important for driving progress and building more inclusive societies around the world, that at times of social tension there has often been urge to pull back on free expression, and that we will be best served over the long term by resisting this urge and defending free expression.
Today is certainly a historical moment of social tension, and I view an important role of our company as defending free expression.
Now this has never been absolute and of course we take our responsibility to prevent harm very seriously too. I think we invest more in getting harmful content off our services than any other company in the world. Those who follow us closely know that we have more than 35,000 people working on safety and security, and that our budget for this work is billions of dollars a year -- more than the whole revenue of our company at the time of our IPO earlier this decade. And we're going to keep on investing more here. But while we work hard to remove content that can cause real danger, I think we also need to be careful about adopting more and more rules that restrict the way that people can speak and what they can say.
Right now, the content debate is about political ads. Should we block political ads with false statements? Should we block all political ads? Google, YouTube and most internet platforms run these same ads, most cable networks run these same ads, and of course national broadcasters are required by law to run them by FCC regulations. I think there are good reasons for this. In a democracy, I don't think it's right for private companies to censor politicians or the news. And although I've considered whether we should not carry these ads in the past, and I’ll continue to do so, on balance so far I've thought we should continue. Ads can be an important part of voice -- especially for candidates and advocacy groups the media might not otherwise cover so they can get their message into debates. And it's hard to define where to draw the line. Would we really block ads for important political issues like climate change or women's empowerment? Instead, I believe the better approach is to work to increase transparency. Ads on Facebook are already more transparent than anywhere else. We have a political ads archive so anyone can scrutinize every ad that's run -- you can see every message, who saw it, how much was spent -- something that no TV or print media does.
Since this is an earnings call, I want to talk about the business impact of all this.
Some people accuse us of allowing this speech because they think all we care about is making money. That's wrong. I can assure you, from a business perspective, the controversy this creates far outweighs the very small percent of our business that these political ads make up. We estimate these ads from politicians will be less than 0.5% of our revenue next year. That's not why we're doing this. To put this in perspective, the FTC fine that these same critics said wouldn't be enough to change our incentives was more than 10x bigger than this. The reality is that we believe deeply that political speech is important and should be able to be heard, and that's what’s driving us.
Other people say this policy is a part of a broader pattern of us building a system that incentivizes inflammatory content to fuel our business. Again, to the contrary, I think we've done more than any of the other major internet platforms to try to build positive incentives into our systems. We don't let any of our News Feed or Instagram Feed teams set goals around increasing time spent on our services. We rank feeds to encourage meaningful social interactions -- helping people connect with friends, family and their communities. We have real people come in and tell us what content they saw that was most meaningful to them and sparked valuable discussions, and then we build systems to try to surface that kind of content. We've taken many steps over the years to fight clickbait and polarization, and now we're even testing removing like counts in Instagram and Facebook. We do this because we know that if we help people have meaningful interactions, they'll find our services more valuable and that's the key to building something sustainable and growing over time.
Last year, you probably remember we made a series of changes that emphasized friends and family and reduced time spent on our services. One change removed 50 million hours of viral video watching a day. We did this knowing it would mean people spend a lot less time on our apps -- which is not what you do if you're just prioritizing engagement over everything else. I take getting these incentives right very seriously and we're willing to make huge sacrifices in the short term to do what we think is right and will be better over time.
Finally, some people say this is just all a cynical political calculation and that we're acting in a way we don't believe because we're just trying to appease conservatives. That's wrong too. We face a lot of criticism from both progressives and conservatives. Frankly, if our goal were trying to make either side happy, then we're not doing a very good job because I'm pretty sure everyone is frustrated with us. Our values on voice and free expression are not partisan. But unfortunately, in our current environment, a lot of people look at every decision through the lens of whether it's going to help or hurt the candidate they want in winning their next election.
A lot of people have told us: you've got to pick a side, or else both sides are going to cause a lot of problems for you. Sadly, from a practical perspective, they may be right. But we can't make decisions that way. Over the next year of campaigns, we're going to be at the center of the debate anytime there's content or policies on any of our services that people believe could advantage or disadvantage their side. This may lead to more investigations, and the candidates are going to criticize us.
I expect that this is going to be a very tough year. We try to do what we think is right, but we're not going to get everything right. This is complex stuff and anyone who says the answers are simple hasn't thought long enough about all the nuances and downstream challenges.
I get that some people will disagree with our decisions. I get that some people will think our decisions may have a negative impact on things they really care about. But I don't think anyone can say we're not doing what we believe, or that we haven't thought hard about these issues.
I could be wrong, but my experience running this company so far has been that if we do what we believe is right, even when it's unpopular for years at a time -- then eventually it has worked out best for our community and for our business too.
There's a lot at stake here. We are at a cross-roads not only in our own country, but in the future of the global internet as well. China is building its own internet and media ecosystem that’s focused on very different values. As these systems compete, the question of which nation's values will determine what speech is allowed for decades to come really puts into perspective the issues we face today. Because while we may disagree on exactly where to draw the line on specific issues, we at least can disagree. That's what free expression is about.
Voice and expression have been important for progress throughout history. They've been important in the fight for democracy worldwide. And I believe that voice and free expression are an important part of the path forward today, and that's why our company will continue standing for these principles.
As always, I am grateful for all of your support in everything that we do -- and that's especially true today. In addition to these challenges, there are a lot of great things going on that I'm incredibly proud of and excited about, and I'm glad that our community and business trends continue heading in a good direction."

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6  Forum / Technology / How to create a WordPress website (step by step with images) on: 30-10-2019 09:17AM


If you’ve been putting off the decision to set up a website for your small business because you assume it will be complicated or time-consuming, don’t worry. Creating a personal website or an eCommerce site is remarkably easy to set up on a WordPress content management platform. In fact, most people can go from start to finish in about 30 minutes — without any advanced tech skills or special training.

While there are literally hundreds of free hosting platforms out there, the self-hosting options available with WordPress.Org give small business owners much more control over their site. WordPress is better for creating websites than a site builder because of the flexibility it provides users with the website building experience. Whether a user is creating dynamic posts in the editor or amplifying your website with plugins, WordPress makes website creation easy for any user.

If you aren’t sure which approach is best for you, take a couple of minutes to review the differences. Because you’ll need to choose a hosting provider to use WordPress.org, this tutorial will walk you through launching a self-hosted website with Bluehost optimized WordPress hosting.

So let’s get started: here’s how to create a WordPress website in five quick steps.

Step One: Getting Started and Choosing a Domain Name
Before you can begin building your website, you will get started on the Bluehost.com homepage which will direct you to select your domain.


Your domain name is what people type into their browser to get to your website. Though it’s tempting to choose something funny or flashy, pick a domain that both represents your brand and makes it easy for people to find you.

For example, “bobsmithwelding.com” is better than “bobdoesmetalwork.com” because searchers that are looking for Bob by name or for welding services are more likely to find him. The decision to register your domain name will depend on your reasons for building the website.

One of the advantages of using a hosting service like Bluehost (which WordPress recommends) is that you can purchase your domain name and hosting service from the same provider. Simply type in your desired domain name, click on the “next” button, and the system will verify whether your choice is available. You can also choose an alternative top-level domain from the drop-down menu. For example, you may want .club or .us instead of .com.

Step Two: Choose Your Package and Set Up Your Hosting Account
Once you have established your domain name, you’ll need to create an account for your hosting package. Enter your personal information into each field and then scroll down to the package lists (Basic, Plus, or Business Pro) and choose an option that fits your budget and service needs. Prices vary across hosting providers, but most offer add-ons, like extra security features, tools to boost search rankings, and site backup.We recommend the Choice Plus Plan which features domain privacy protection and site backup for your website.

Check the appropriate boxes and scroll down to enter your billing information. Take a moment to read through the terms of service, cancellation policy, and privacy notices, then click the box to confirm that you agree with the policies. Follow the on-screen instructions to create a password and, boom, you are ready for step three: choosing your WordPress theme.


Step Three: Choose a WordPress Theme
If you’ve chosen Bluehost as your web host, WordPress will be automatically installed for you. All you have to do is click, ‘Log in’ and choose a theme. if you aren’t sure which theme you want, don’t worry! You can go back and change it later. If you don’t like the generic themes, you can upgrade to one of the premium
themes.

The next screen will ask if you are building your website for Personal or Business reasons. This will help us provide you with accurate recommendations to help on your website building journal.


Step Four: Learn Your WordPress Dashboard
Now that you are ready to start working, you should find yourself on the Dashboard, or the back-end, for your new website. This is the service area that allows you to control what your website visitors will see when they land on your pages. Spend some time learning this dashboard by reviewing features that you will use most often.


Step Five: Customize Themes and Pages
Let the fun begin! You are ready to start fine-tuning your site with your color choices, font styles, and special elements that will help you express your company culture or personality. You can dive right in and write your first post, but it’s beneficial to get to know the features and functionality of your site first.

On the left-hand sidebar you’ll find navigation links that allow you to customize your site. The best way to get to know your way around is to click on each tab and explore the options.

Browse the themes; there are paid and free options available.
Customize your theme with colors, headers, and social media buttons.
Upload photos to inspire your site visitors and add clues about your values and services.
Create your first blog post and main page content.
Add a contact form
Don’t forget to set up Google Analytics in order to collect data on visitors coming to your site and link Google Search Console to make sure there are no errors.

Remember bluehost has been named one of the most reliable and cheap web hosting service, that’s why we keep recommending it to you



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7  Forum / The Buzz Central / Buezy said it all with his smiles on: 2-04-2017 02:01PM
ogbonna Chibueze Francis popularly known by his stage name Buezy  looking very happy and excited in his new photo , Buezy who recently dropped his single "who be your daddy"  has continued to build up a strong  fan base both in the street and on the social media platforms.

 nice smile Buezy keep it up!!
8  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Photos : Nollywood star Darlington Azoro in action on: 18-01-2016 11:42AM


Today, the Nollywood star Darlington Azoro on his face book posted pictures of him and some other popular actors  on a new movie .

He wrote and I quote “first work of the year in asasa, titled stingy millionaire”



Editor"s source http://francike.blogspot.com/2016/01/photos-nollywood-star-darlington-azoro_18.html
9  Forum / Sports / Manchester United players reveal why they are promoting Leonardo DiCaprio's new film on Tw on: 16-01-2016 11:42AM


Manchester United have entered into a partnership with film company 20th Century Fox ahead of the release of movie The Revenant.
Several Red Devils stars have promoted the Leonardo DiCaprio film on their Twitter pages ahead of its release on Thursday.

Chris Smalling, Memphis Depay, Morgan Schneiderlin, Matteo Darmian, Ashley Young and Juan Mata have all promoted the movie.

United did not formally announce the partnership, since the studio preferred the club's players - and ambassadors Bryan Robson and Andy Cole - to endorse the film on social media.







United's players were not paid to plug the film, reports the Manchester Evening News.

The irony is 20th Century Fox's chairman, Rupert Murdoch, attempted to take over United via British Sky Broadcasting in 1998, only for the Monopolies and Mergers Commission to block the deal in April 1999.

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