The Umbrella Academy Season 3 works start in February 2021

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The Umbrella Academy has generated somewhat of a cult following over the past years with its over-the-top antics and lovable characters and Netflix has guaranteed more of that by teasing its return on social media.

With a rather ominous social media post illustrating an umbrella-branded number 3, Netflix have revealed that season 3 will start production in February.

For those of you who haven’t seen it already, we’ll spare you the spoilers BUT we can’t wait to pick up where we left off in season 2 as 2021 proves to have brighter days in store for us.


IPTV platforms shut down over violation of copyright law

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Financial services in Italy have shut down close 700 websites and 300 IPTV platforms which would normally broadcast paid content, free of charge.

The closure comes due to the fact that these platforms are in violation of copyright law and are under investigation by the special privacy, protection and technological fraud unit of Naples.

More closures are expected in the coming hours, with a notice being published explaining that the subscription or use of such service may result in prison sentences and fines up to €25,000


Keith Schembri taken in for police questioning

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Former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri has been taken in for questioning by local police.

The right hand to former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has been a controversial figure in recent times, being arrested shortly in September in relation to an investigation on kickbacks on passport sales and once more over claims of co-conspiring in the Caruana Galizia Murder case.

The follows the news of former minister Konrad Mizzi’s arrest and questioning by the Financial Crime Investigation Department.


Collins Dictionary’s word of the year for 2020 is ‘lockdown’

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If there was some uncertainty as to what we’d remember for 2020, Collins English Dictionary have helped us remember — choosing to call “lockdown” the word of the year. 

“Our lexicographers have selected ‘lock-down’ as the Word of the Year because it is a unifying experience for billions of people around the world who have collectively played their part in combating the spread of COVID-19,” Collins wrote after announcing this to the public. 

“It’s not a shock to remember that lockdown was originally a piece of prison vocabulary: it’s when inmates are confined to their cells because of some disturbance on the wing,”