— including their locations and sexual preferences — with advertisers and marketers... The popular matchmaking apps collected and processed large amounts of highly sensitive information pertaining to individuals' sexuality, drug use, political views and more to help advertisers send consumers more targeted ads... data these apps collected is used to help marketers customize ads, but can also be used more nefariously — to discriminate, manipulate and exploit, the report claims. "These practices are out of control, rife with privacy violations and breaches of European law, and highly problematic from an ethical perspective," the report reads.
On January 10, Palm Beach Police Department arrested 38-year-old Masoud Yarieilzoleh, from Iran, who was apparently sleeping in a gazebo in a park in Palm Beach, according to the Palm Beach Post. When police searched Yarieilzoleh, they found a 17-inch machete, two 4.5-inch knives, and an ax, along with about $22,000 in cash. Also, Yarieilzoleh’s car had been parked at Palm Beach International Airport. Yarieilzoleh was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and has since been released from police custody with only a notice to appear in court later this month.
A cancer-causing substance known as NDMA has been repeatedly found in one of the most popular antacid drugs in the United States.
The scary news continues in 2020. On Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration announced voluntary recalls of prescription forms of ranitidine by two generic drug companies, Appco Pharma and Northwind Pharmaceuticals, bringing the total number of ranitidine recalls to 14 in the past five months. The agency also reported that Mylan Pharmaceuticals recalled three lots of Nizatidine (Axid), a similar drug, again because of NDMA...
Prosecutors say officials at Arizona-based Insys Therapeutics paid millions of dollars in bribes to doctors across the country so they would overprescribe Subsys, a fentanyl-based oral spray meant to ease intense pain suffered by cancer patients.
Insys Therapeutics also deployed other questionable marketing tactics, according to prosecutors...
National Security Council resistance member Alexander Vindman starts a rumor about the Trump-Zelenskyy phone call, which he shares with CIA operative Eric Ciaramella (a John Brennan resistance associate). Ciaramella then makes contact with resistance ally Mary McCord in her role within the House. McCord then helps Ciaramella create a fraudulent whistle-blower complaint via her former colleague, now ICIG, Michael Atkinson…And that’s how this entire Impeachment operation gets started...
But NRA-ILA Virginia state director Daniel Spiker made clear the changes, though good, were not enough. He said, “While there were some improvements to some of these bills, overall, it’s still bad legislation. Putting in more regulations and making it more onerous on the law-abiding citizens of Virginia is not something we stand for.”...
Microsoft plans to issue a patch for the flaw on Tuesday, the individuals said... The vulnerability — essentially a mistake in the computer code — affects the Windows 10 operating system, which is the most widely used today, according to the people who were briefed on the matter.
The DCCC, which helps Democrats get elected to the House, accused the NRCC of violating House ethics rules through the "apparent egregious misuse of official House resources for political purposes" by deploying "staff and/or agents" to House office buildings to take videos of Democratic lawmakers that are then used in campaign material.
A new joint venture between the Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust and MGM Growth Properties will buy the splashy Las Vegas Strip complexes, which have more than 9,700 hotel rooms and about 300,000 square feet of casino space combined, the companies said.
The Justice Department on Tuesday filed an emergency request to the Supreme Court to lift injunctions on the administration’s “public charge" rule -- which would restrict green cards for immigrants deemed likely to be reliant on welfare. The administration issued the rule in August that would define a “public charge” as an immigrant who received one or more designated welfare benefits for more than 12 months within a 36-month period.
Britain, Germany, and France moved toward implementing more sanctions against Iran after Tehran said it would not comply with any restrictions on enriching uranium... The European countries said they had “sought to persuade Iran to change course” and “worked hard” to address its concerns. They said there were, however, few options left, given Iran’s decision, except to trigger a dispute mechanism in the 2015 nuclear deal.
Pelosi made the announcement in a private caucus meeting Tuesday. Many Democrats also expected Pelosi to name the team of impeachment managers who will prosecute the trial against Trump but she declined to do so. "I am not prepared to do that piece of it today," Pelosi told the caucus about naming managers, according to Democrats in the room.
Your Support Helps Us Grow & Gets Your Voice Heard
As you know, alternative/independent media is under attack. Big social platforms like Facebook, Google, and Twitter have slowed down our ability to reach our audience to its fullest potential by censoring our information and presence. Without the big government subsidized budgets of the mainstream media, we have to rely on our faithful audience to support our work and mission.
We are entirely self funded. If you find our content helpful and valuable, please help support the truth. Know that your support will help us fight back against the Deep State and stop the globalist elites from successfully implementing their agenda. Please consider donating to our Patreon account, and/or getting yourself some merchandise from our shop. Together, we can fight the establishment agencies and institutions with a larger voice that says we won’t surrender to the international criminal cabal.