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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Twitter warned Thursday that governments around the globe are asking the company to remove content or snoop on private details of user accounts at an alarming rate. The social media company revealed in a new report that it fielded a record number of legal demands — nearly 60,000 during a six-month period last year —- from local, state or national governments that wanted Twitter to remove content from accounts or reveal confidential information such as direct messages or user locations. “We’re seeing governments become more aggressive in how they try to use legal tactics to unmask the people using our service, collect information about account owners and also using legal demands as a way to try and silence people,” Yoel Roth, the head of Twitter’s safety and integrity, said in a conversation broadcast on the site Thursday. The U.S. makes up the majority of demands for account information, accounting for 20% of the requests. India follows closely behind. Twitter says it complied fully with roughly 40% of all asks for information on user accounts. ...
    The House Oversight Committee is launching an investigation into the baby formula shortage and demanding records and information from four of the largest manufacturers. 'The national formula shortage poses a threat to the health and economic security of infants and families in communities across the country - particularly those with less income who have historically experienced health inequities, including food insecurity,' Democratic Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney of New York wrote in letters to Abbott Nutrition, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Nestle USA and Perrigo, first obtained by ABC News.  The Oversight committee is the investigative arm of Congress and broad authority to probe a variety of issues.  The panel is looking into the price gouging around infant formula and the steps the companies are taking to address the shortages.  Also, Maloney specificially asked Chris Calamari, chairman of Abbott Nutrition, for information about the recall of its formula after several babies were hospitalized and two died from a rare bacterial infection in some of its product. Maloney wants answers to her questions, along with a briefing from the companies, by May 26.  The House Oversight...
    On Wednesday, CNN reported that the House January 6 Committee's subpoena for Rudy Giuliani requires him to hand over any evidence he purported to have for his claims about the 2020 presidential election being stolen — as well as information about his fees to push these claims in his capacity as an attorney. "Congressional investigators are demanding information from former President Donald Trump's onetime lawyer Rudy Giuliani about contacts with members of Congress and state election officials, his fee arrangements and any evidence to back up bogus and sometimes outlandish claims of voter fraud," reported Paula Reid. "The subpoena also seeks information about Giuliani's failed attempt to use unfounded conspiracies to justify seizing voting machines and about meetings he participated in at the Willard Hotel in Washington, DC, where several Trump allies set up a 'command center' to discuss options for overturning the election results." According to the report, the subpoena for "kraken" attorney Sidney Powell, issued at the same time, also asks about her meetings with Trump. A report last year indicated that Trump instructed his staff not to...
    The city of Arcata and the family of David Josiah Lawson, a Humboldt State University student killed at an-off campus house party on April 15, 2017, have reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed against the city. The city announced Wednesday afternoon that both parties reached a confidential settlement. As part of their agreement, the city will be partnering with the Lawson family to create a mural honoring David Josiah Lawson and will donate $25,000 to the Justice For Josiah Scholarship Fund. More information on the mural will be released as it becomes available, the city said. No other details on the legal agreement between the parties have been made public. The civil trial was set to begin on Nov. 29. In the release, the city states Lawson’s mother, Michelle-Charmaine Lawson, “will continue to fight for justice on behalf of her son and that she will never give up until justice is served. Charmaine said that she misses her son’s laughter, smiles and most importantly his big warm hugs.” When contacted for comment, Charmaine Lawson told the Times-Standard she did...
    The companies of the metal sector they strive to maintain their activity and for this they demand staff, as you can see in the job offers in Asturias that we highlight this Monday. In addition, the week starts with a whole series of Job opportunities for freelancers, real estate entrepreneurs, computer scientists and labor technicians, among others. Self-employed PRONTOPRO SELECT: We are looking for a martial arts instructor for Oviedo. To register and more information on the job offer of We are looking for a martial arts instructor in Oviedo. We are looking for a dentist for Oviedo. To register and more information on the job offer of We are looking for a dentist in Oviedo. IAD SPAIN SELECT: Real estate agents for Oviedo – 10 vacancies. – Autonomous contract. We are looking for real estate entrepreneurs in ASTURIAS. At iad Spain (a...
    Cesar Carballo, doctor of the Emergency Service of the Ramón y Cajal Hospital, became known in the first months of the pandemic for his interventions on television, as well as for his comments and contributions on social networks. The toilet is very active on Twitter, a platform it uses to transmit information about Covid-19 and to position yourself based on retweets, ‘likes’ and comments. In this way, the doctor has shared a tweet from the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, where he supports the quarantines for travelers from Brazil and South Africa. In this message, the Popular Party policy indicates that the Executive of Pedro Sánchez “acted late against the British variant and today it already represents 1 in 5 infections in the Community of Madrid “. Beyond social media, Carballo has become a regular face on television shows like The Sixth Night, in La Sexta; or Horizon, in Cuatro, where contributes its grain of sand as a healthcare professional. The doctor usually speaks without mincing words about the latest information and measures...
    Joe Biden's coronavirus task force is doubling down on its call for President Donald Trump's administration to share information on the virus and are demanding a laundry list of items to help them in their response to the pandemic. 'Cooperation and communication must be the foundations of our COVID-19 response. We have to work together as quickly and efficiently as possible. We have to share information,' Dr. Vivek Murthy, the former surgeon general leading Biden's task force, told reporters in a briefing on Tuesday. He pointed out that many government staffers working on the pandemic are career federal employees who will stay on the job during the Biden administration. 'They will be our partners in addressing COVID-19,' Murthy said.  Joe Biden's coronavirus task force is doubling down on its call for President Donald Trump's administration to share information on the virus In a briefing with reporters Tuesday, Dr. Vivek Murthy (left) and Dr. David Kessler (right) listed information they need in their work as part of Biden's coronavirus task force and said the Trump administration's refusal to start...
    New Jersey-based U.S. District Judge Esther Salas is calling for more protection against federal judges two weeks after her son was killed and her husband wounded by a gunman in their home. In a 9-minute YouTube video released Monday, Salas issued a statement stating her son’s death “cannot be in vain.” Salas said she and her husband, who is still in the hospital recovering from three gunshot wounds, “are living every parent’s worst nightmare” as they prepare to bury their 20-year-old son, Daniel Mark. “Two weeks ago, my life as I knew it changed in an instant, and my family will never be the same,” Salas said. “A madman, who I believe was targeting me because of my position as a federal judge, came to my house.” She detailed the incident that left her husband injured and her son dead. She said a “monster” who was later identified as attorney Roy Den Hollander, had a complete dossier on her family, and knew where they lived and where they went to church. She said the family had just finished celebrating her...
    JOLIET, Ill. (WLS) -- There is outrage in Will County after a man arrested during a drug investigation died in police custody, and video of that arrest was leaked out by a Joliet police sergeant.Family and friends of Eric Lurry rallied Wednesday against what they're calling a coverup.RELATED: Wife of man who died in Joliet police custody says dashcam video shows officers contributed to his deathEMBED More News Videos Joliet police are defending the actions of the officers involved while the case is under investigation. "This is absolutely horrifying for me to deal with," said Nicole Lurry, widow.It's been nearly six months since Eric Lurry died at a hospital a day after being arrested during a drug sting on January 28. Her pleas for information are just now starting to get attention.Last weekend, Lurry saw footage of her husband being slapped and sworn at by a Joliet police officer. Joliet police say the video was leaked by Sgt. Javier Esqueda, who is now on administrative leave.RELATED: Joliet police sergeant who leaked video of man's death in custody placed on desk...
    President Donald Trump stepped up his string of attacks on John Bolton, demanding the money his former national security adviser makes from his memoir be seized and calling on him to be jailed for publishing classified information. 'John Bolton was a stupid guy, and he was a guy with no heart,' he told Fox News in an interview that aired Tuesday morning.  The president has railed against Bolton since excerpts leaked from his memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened,' that painted Trump as incapable of handling foreign relations and only concerned with his re-election.  President Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on John Bolton, demanding money he makes be seized and he be jailed for publishing 'highly classified information' John Bolton's memoir of his 17 months in the White House - 'The Room Where it Happened' - will be published on Tuesday 'Washed up Creepster John Bolton is a lowlife who should be in jail, money seized, for disseminating, for profit, highly Classified information,' Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning, the day Bolton's book goes on...
    WASHINGTON (AP) - A House subcommittee investigating billions of dollars in coronavirus aid is demanding that the Treasury Department, the Small Business Administration and several large banks turn over detailed information about which businesses applied for and received federal loans. The requests come after Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin told Congress last week that the names of loan recipients and the amounts disbursed as part of the $600 billion-plus Paycheck Protection Program are “proprietary information.” Democrats say there is nothing proprietary or confidential about businesses receiving millions of taxpayer dollars. The letters ask the banks and the department for a complete list of applicants for loans, whether they were approved and also details on the guidance Treasury has issued. The subcommittee is also asking for communications between the government and the banks. TOP STORIES Zogby Poll: Trumps gonna win in 2020 Supreme Court declines to hear Trump challenge to California sanctuary law Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Democrats say they are not receiving enough information about the loan disbursements and fear the Treasury Department has...
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