Facebook to pay $9 million penalty to settle Competition Bureau concerns
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Facebook to pay $9 million penalty to settle Competition Bureau concerns

Reading Time: 2 minutes Facebook to pay $9 million in fines to Canadian Government. Facebook made false and misleading privacy claims Facebook Inc. will pay a $9 million penalty after the Competition Bureau concluded that the company made false or misleading claims about the privacy of Canadians’ personal information on Facebook and Messenger. Facebook will also pay an additional Read More…

Governor Whitmer sets COVID-19 reopen plan for businesses
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Governor Whitmer sets COVID-19 reopen plan for businesses

Reading Time: 3 minutes Governor Whitmer sets COVID-19 reopen plan for businesses. Retail, Restaurants, and Offices Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-92, allowing for the reopening, in two regions, of retail businesses, office work that cannot be done remotely, and restaurants and bars with limited seating. The two regions are both in the northern part of the state—specifically, MERC Read More…

Kenya holds first-ever virtual health meeting with WHA
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Kenya holds first-ever virtual health conference

Reading Time: 2 minutes Kenya holds first-ever virtual health conference. Kenya has been hit heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic Addressing the Assembly the CS noted that Kenya has put in place robust economic, social and public health measures aimed at interrupting the transmission of the virus Health Cabinet Secretary, Sen. Mutahi Kagwe today attended the historic virtual 73rd World Read More…

In Germany, Anti-Semitism Creeps into Covid-19 Protests
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In Germany, Anti-Semitism Creeps into Covid-19 Protests

Reading Time: 2 minutes In Germany, Anti-Semitism Creeps into Covid-19 Protests. Attacks Against Jewsis Institutions Rose 13 Percent Across German cities last weekend, thousands of people from many walks of life protested German government measures taken to control the spread of Covid-19. Yet some people used the protests as a pretext for displays of anti-Semitism, or open or thinly Read More…

Canada answers humanitarian call to the tune of $306 million
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Canada answers humanitarian call to the tune of $306 million

Reading Time: < 1 minute Canada answers humanitarian call to the tune of $306 million. 32 million people worldwide need assistance Karina Gould Minister of International Development Karina Gould announced that Canada is providing $306 million in response to the annual humanitarian appeals issued by UN humanitarian agencies, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and non-governmental organizations, including Canadian Read More…