Congress Says Foreign Intel Services Could Abuse Ad Networks For Spying


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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: A group of bipartisan lawmakers, including the chairman of the intelligence committee, have asked ad networks such as Google and Twitter what foreign companies they provide user data to, over concerns that foreign intelligence agencies could be l...

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CBO Updates Its Interactive Tool for Analyzing the Effects of Federal Minimum-Wage Increases


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“[April 5, 2021], CBO updated its interactive tool—initially released in November 2019—that allows users to create custom policy options to examine how different approaches to changing the minimum wage would affect earnings, employment, family income, and poverty. The estimates shown in the to...

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In Closing


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The inventor of the treadmill died at the age of 54 The inventor of gymnastics died at 57 The world bodybuilding champion died at 41 The best footballer in the world died at 60 But. . . The inventor of KFC died at 94 The inventor of Nutella died at 88 The cigarette maker Winston died at 102 The inve...

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Questerre and ZEG Power sign letter of intent for blue hydrogen


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CALGARY, Alberta – Questerre Energy Corporation (“Questerre” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce a letter of intent (the “LOI”) with ZEG Power AS (“ZEG Power”), a private Norwegian company, to evaluate their proprietary leading edge blue hydrogen technology for the Company’s Clean Tech Energy project in Quebec. Michael Binnion, President and Chief Executive Officer …

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Pacaya Heats Up


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                    Lava flows from the persistent Guatemalan volcano are approaching some nearby villages.
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