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    When "Sam & Cat" was canceled, her agent informed her that Nickelodeon was "offering [her] $300,000, which she should "think of it like a thank-you gift." She said one of her managers told her, "They're giving you $300,000 and the only thing they want you to do is never talk publicly about your experience at Nickelodeon." McCurdy claimed that the "hush money" was "specifically related to The Creator." The actress who played the character Sam Puckett on "iCarly" rejected the offer despite her team contending that it was "free money." McCurdy fired back, "No it's not. This isn’t free money. This feels to me like hush money…I’m not taking hush money." "What the f**k? Nickelodeon is offering me $300,000 in hush money to not talk publicly about my experience on the show? My personal experience of The Creator’s abuse? This is a network with shows made for children,” McCurdy stated in her book. "Shouldn’t they have some sort of moral compass? Shouldn’t they at least try to report to some sort of ethical standard?" "I lean back against the headboard...
    Former Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy claims that the network offered her money in exchange for her silence pertaining to her experience at the company. In her memoir, I’m Glad My Mom Died, which will be released next Tuesday, she details the struggles she faced as a child actor. At 15, McCurdy got her break on the hit Nickelodeon show, iCarly, which aired from 2007 to 2012. From a young age, she took acting seriously. Her mother Debra controlled every detail of McCurdy’s life and even pushed her to land roles in order to financially provide for the family. According to the New York Times, McCurdy faced exploitation from every angle. In her book, she claims that while working at Nickelodeon she faced numerous indignities, including being photographed in a bikini during wardrobe fittings to being encouraged to drink underage by someone connected to the network, a person she refers to in the book as “The Creator.” When her time at the network was over in 2014, having starred in an offshoot of iCarly titled Sam & Cat, McCurdy says Nickelodeon offered...
    Shane Compagny, an American jewelry company, offers a $ 1,000 salary to stop using TikTok for three months. The goal is Encourage users of the Chinese social network to detox from it. Only one after another will be selected Competition. She should completely stop using the app that provides short video content ranging from cooking tips to dancing to challenges. The chosen person must also do one Full report To an American company On his feelings And What she did was change the time she usually spends on social networking One billion monthly active users. To participate you must be able to prove with supporting statistics that you are an active user of the social network and be of legal age. The company will pay up to the selected person 1,000 US dollars or about 948 euros. In France, the TikTok 2021 had 14.9 million active users each month. This social network mainly affects young people, 40% of 11-14 year olds in France have a TikTok account, Can be a content creator or a simple viewer. ...
    CNN president Jeff Zucker reportedly attempted to poach MSNBC star Rachel Maddow for his network's new streaming service set to debut next year.  A report published in Puck News shed light on the $43 billion WarnerMedia-Discovery merger being spearheaded by Discovery CEO David Zaslav.  According to Puck News' Matthew Belloni, Zaslav knows CNN is "tainted by politically polarized (and rapidly declining) audiences in the U.S." but believes he could help the liberal network "successfully" transition into the world of streaming.  MSNBC'S RACHEL MADDOW REVEALS SHE UNDERWENT SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN CANCER: ‘I AM GOING TO BE ABSOLUTELY FINE’ "To that end, I’m told Zucker recently offered MSNBC star Rachel Maddow around $20 million a year to anchor the soon-to-launch CNN+ service, which then caused NBC Universal to scramble to promise her more money and less work to stay put, which she did," Belloni wrote on Thursday.  CNN confirmed to Belloni that Zucker did offer Maddow a gig at CNN+ but did not confirm the price. The network did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.  Maddow declined to comment....
    Cryptocurrency platform Poly Network, after losing $ 610 million last week, had offered hackers $ 500,000 as a form of reward. The company stated that it has offered the “bug bounty” to the hacker, who had returned most of the funds. IT IS LIVE: @ PolyNetwork2 has just launched their bug bounty program on Immunefi! Get your bug bounty hunting started & get rewarded: Rewards of $ 100,000 per valid Bug Bounty & total bounty pool of $ 500,000https: //t.co/xcRtCCdZAp – Immunefi (@immunefi) August 17, 2021 Looking for quick news, tips, and market analysis? Sign up for the Invezz newsletter today. Poly Network, who dubbed the hacker “Mr. White Hat ”, commented that the reward is helping the platform improve the security of its network. The reward is offered as part of the negotiation with the hacker to return the rest of the funds. The network also asked Mr. White Hat to contribute to the continued development of the Blockchain sector. However, Poly Network admitted that the hackers responded to the offer, but still cannot agree to the terms....
    U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan warned Brazil about using equipment from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei in its 5G phone network during a visit last week, the White House said on Monday. Officials also pressed Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on his repeated claims that electronic voting could throw next year's elections into doubt, according to the National Security Council's senior director for the Western Hemisphere Juan Gonzalez. But he denied reports in local media that the visiting delegation had offered Brazil membership of NATO if it took a harder line on Huawei. 'At no point there was a quid pro quo,' he told reporters on a conference call. 'No exchange of a favourable position on Huawei for us and for becoming a needed global partner. 'They're separate issues.' U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan raised concerns about Huawei equipment in Brazil's 5G telecoms network during his visit to the country last week. But a White House official denied reports saying the U.S. offered to back NATO membership in exchange for Brazil excluding the Chinese Telecoms giant In a...
    More On: chris cuomo CNN’s Chris Cuomo avoids brother’s scandal again, chokes up over singer’s cancer battle CNN and Chris Cuomo under fire for anchor’s silence, role in AG probe ‘The worst kind of nepotism’: Meghan McCain rips into Chris Cuomo Andrew Cuomo’s eldercide was worse and other commentary Officials at CNN reportedly offered network host Chris Cuomo a “leave of absence” to advise brother Governor Andrew Cuomo amid his ongoing sexual-harassment scandal. The idea was not a request, but rather an option that was floated after Chris Cuomo’s involvement in the governor’s strategic planning sessions was first uncovered in May, The New York Times reported, citing two sources familiar with the matter. In response, Chris Cuomo, who reportedly makes $6 million a year, told the network that he wanted to continue in his primetime slot, and said he would obey rules that prevented him from commenting on the scandal, according to The Times. Chris also vowed not to discuss his brother’s crisis-response strategy with anyone but Andrew Cuomo himself, according to the paper. Around the same time that the exchange over the...
    ESPN'S Maria Taylor is being offered $3million to stay with the sports broadcaster after row over diversity could see her leave. The offer comes after co-host Rachel Nichols was dropped from covering the NBA finals after being caught on a hot mic making disparaging comments about her black colleague. 4Maria Taylor was offered $3million to stay with ESPNCredit: Getty 4Rachel Nichols apologizes to Maria Taylor after 'racist' hot mic fury saying she's 'deeply sorry'Credit: ESPN2 In the footage, first released by the New York Times, Nichols is heard suggesting that Taylor was only picked to host the NBA finals coverage because ESPN was "feeling pressure" about diversity. She did not realize the call was being recorded and the video was later uploaded to a server at the company's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. Nichols said: "I wish Maria Taylor all the success in the world — she covers football, she covers basketball. "If you need to give her more things to do because you are feeling pressure about your cr***y longtime record on diversity — which, by the way, I know personally from the female side...
    TEEN Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans admitted she's "open" to going back to the MTV show if the network offered her a position. The 29-year-old opened up about the possibility of returning to the network while appearing on Candace on Tuesday. 9Jenelle admitted she's 'open' to returning to MTVCredit: PragerU 9The 29-year-old was previously fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2019Credit: MTV Jenelle was famously fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2019 after her husband David Eason killed their family dog, Nugget. While speaking to Candace Owens in a new interview, the host asked if she would return to MTV if they offered her a chance to go back. Jenelle said: "I'm open to opportunities. "Probably not the same show, but I'm open to talking to any networks, like I said and we would have to have long discussions." Earlier in the interview, Candace asked Jenelle what her "future" looks like with MTV. 9Candace asked Jenelle if she would work with the network againCredit: PragerU 9Jenelle said she wouldn't return to Teen Mom 2Credit: PragerU Candace wondered: "MTV kicks you...
    VIRUS TODAY: Relief bill in limbo, California hits 2M cases Lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems Sent 21 Retraction or Record Preservation Demand Letters — Read Them All Here Facebook reportedly offered to help another company build a rival social network to fight off an antitrust lawsuit © YouTube/House Judiciary Facebook may have offered to help competitors build a rival social media network to fight off an antitrust lawsuit. YouTube/House Judiciary The Washington Post reported Facebook offered to give other tech companies access to its code through license agreements to help build a rival social media network. Facebook lawyers proposed the idea to state and federal investigators days before they filed major antitrust lawsuits against the company. The US Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general filed lawsuits against Facebook on December 9 seeking to break off Instagram and WhatsApp. The suits signal a broader effort by the US to strengthen oversight and regulation over Facebook. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook may have offered to help competitors build a rival social media company to...
    A recent report claims that tech giant Facebook’s lawyers told state and federal investigators that it could help a new social network launch by licensing its own code to another firm to avoid antitrust lawsuits. CNBC reports that before federal and state investigators filed antitrust lawsuits against social media giant Facebook in federal court this month, the company’s lawyers reached out to investigators with an offer aimed at fostering competition and avoiding the incoming lawsuits. Facebook reportedly told the investigators that it was willing to help a new social media network launch by licensing its own code and users’ webs of relationships to another firm. Investigators declined the offer but the situation illustrates just how much Facebook was willing to hand over in order to avoid an antitrust lawsuit. A Facebook spokesperson declined to comment on the offer but told the Washington Post: “We will continue to vigorously defend the ability of people and businesses to choose our free services, advertising, and apps because of the value they bring.” Breitbart News recently reported that a lawsuit filed by 10 states against Google last week claims that...
    In the wake of the groundbreaking Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Facebook, The Washington Post is reporting new details of the company’s negotiations with regulators in the run-up to the case, including an unusual offer to license its code and network to competitors. According to the Post’s reporting, Facebook was willing to significantly alter its business practices in order to avoid litigation, including one measure “allow[ing] another firm or developer to license access to its powerful code — and its users’ intricate web of relationships — so that they could more easily create their own version of a social network.” Ultimately, the FTC declined Facebook’s offer, filing an antitrust complaint against the company on December 9th. The lawsuit alleges that Facebook used its platform power to stifle competitors, and it seeks to unwind the acquisitions of WhatsApp and Instagram. It’s not clear what a platform-licensing arrangement would look like in practice, but it’s a tantalizing proposition for some tech reformers, particularly thinkers like Harold Feld and Tim Wu who have looked for ways to make it easier for...
    Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill April 11, 2018 in Washington, DC.Yasin Ozturk | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Before federal and state investigators filed sweeping antitrust claims against Facebook in federal court this month, the company's top lawyers reportedly extended an olive branch to show that it could foster competition. Facebook's lawyers told state and federal investigators it could help a new social network get off the ground by licensing its own code and users' webs of relationships to another firm, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Investigators ultimately declined to take Facebook up on the suggestion, the Post reported, but the offer illustrates both what Facebook was willing to give up to get out of the lawsuits and what it was not. Facebook has denied claims of anticompetitive behavior. Part of the state and federal lawsuits focus on the concept of network effects, which describes how a network can become, in industry terms, increasingly "sticky" for users the larger it...
    CNN'S President offered President Donald Trump a weekly show during the 2016 Presidential Election. On Tuesday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson released audio recordings between former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and CNN President Jeff Zucker before the final night of presidential debate hosted by CNN in March 2016. 3CNN President Jeff Zucker reportedly wanted to offer Trump a weekly showCredit: Getty Images According to Carlson, Zucker claimed that "you cannot be elected President of the United States without CNN. Fox and MSNBC are irrelevant..." He also said that Trump "badly needed CNN" to win the election. Cohen reportedly told Zucker to email Trump that information. "I’m very conscious of not putting too much in email, as you’re a lawyer, as you understand," Zucker said in the recording. "And, you know, and as fond as I am of the boss, he also has a tendency, like, you know, if I call him or I email him, he then is capable of going out at his next rally and saying that we just talked and I can’t have that...
    HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese police have arrested four men accused of defrauding more than 5,000 Americans trying to buy COVID-19 protective equipment online out of nearly $1 million, the Ministry of Public Security said on Thursday. The arrests of the four, aged between 22 and 36, were made following a joint investigation by the ministry and U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Office of Homeland Security Investigations, the ministry said in a statement on its website. In March, the four began operating 110 websites that offered personal protection equipment (PPE), including hand sanitizers, masks and disinfectant wipes, and received money from the Americans via their Paypal accounts, the ministry said. The four never had the products offered on the websites and their victims never received what they paid for, the ministry said. "This investigation resulted in significant financial losses to people who were already facing enormous challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic," U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel Kritenbrink said in a statement on the embassy's website. Speaking at a regular press briefing on Thursday, foreign ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang...
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