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Disney and Nestle have paused advertising on YouTube after reports of a pedophile network rampant in the comments of monetized videos, according to Bloomberg. Fortnite maker Epic Games has also paused some advertising, a spokesperson confirmed to CNBC. The controversy stems from reports that pedophiles have latched onto videos of young children, often girls, marking
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Large light wooden beams hang from the ceiling with signs for the health services: optical, lab services, hearing, the “health corner” – where patients can make appointments, and pharmacy. The health services share one waiting room though they each have their own room. People can head to the health corner to speak with a Walgreens
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LOS ANGELES — In his first state of the state address on Tuesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed “a new data dividend” that could potentially allow residents to get paid for providing access to their data. “California’s consumers should also be able to share in the wealth that is created from their data,” Newsom said,
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The Food and Drug Administration plans to strengthen its oversight of the dietary supplement market in what Commissioner Scott Gottlieb called “one of the most significant modernizations of dietary supplement regulation and oversight in more than 25 years.” The agency is developing a new “rapid-response tool” to alert the public to avoid buying products that
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Ranchers, farmers and industry groups are trying to slowing the momentum of popular products like the Impossible Burger, according to The New York Times — by defending the definition of the word “meat.” According to the report, the animal products lobby is moving to convince state lawmakers to implement legislation that makes clear that only
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Silicon Valley investors may be excited about all the wacky innovation in their backyard, but the political environment and global economy is really bringing them down. Optimism among venture capitalists in the area dropped to the lowest level in almost a decade in the fourth quarter, according to the Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Index,
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Apple on Thursday threatened to remove applications from the App Store if they record users’ actions without their explicit permission. Earlier this week, TechCrunch reported that iPhone apps from Expedia, Air Canada and Hollister were using “session replay” software from a company named Glassbox that allowed them to record a user’s actions, such as screen
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Hoping to increase the appeal of their battery-electric vehicles, automakers have begun rolling out an assortment of “long-range” models, such as the Tesla Model 3, Chevrolet Bolt EV, Jaguar I-Pace and Nissan Leaf Plus. Under ideal conditions, these products can deliver more than 200 miles per charge and, in some cases, even 300. But as
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Drugmakers have been reluctant to agree to testify before Congress at what is shaping up to be a series of hostile hearings examining the industry’s drug pricing practices. None of the companies “invited” to speak at last week’s Senate Finance Committee hearing titled “Drug Pricing in America: A Prescription for Change, Part I” showed. But
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