Month: October 2022

Last-Minute Proposed Changes Could Weaken Landmark CA Privacy Rules, Consumer Watchdog Calls on Commission to Tighten Rules in New Report Outlining Regulations

LOS ANGELES, October 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As California begins to finalize groundbreaking privacy legislation this week, Consumer Watchdog is asking the agency to draft regulations to tighten the rules… Read more »

‘My Current Situation’: Video Shows Moment Construction Worker Quit Job At Construction Site And Wept To God On His Knees

A video of a bricklayer making pleas to God in public has drawn mixed reactions on social media The construction worker was seen fetching sand to mold blocks when he… Read more »

You can now apply for up to $20,000 in student loan forgiveness through the beta test website

STATEN ISLAND, NY — Student borrowers looking to apply for loan forgiveness under the Biden administration’s three-part plan can now apply through a beta testing of the United States Department… Read more »

Questions about integrating the teen’s toilet map, but the point is, when you gotta go, you gotta go

Publicly accessible toilets labeled on bathroomaccess.com by Amith Saligrama. Even First Amendment issues were raised on Tuesday as city staff debated whether a high school student’s map of public toilets… Read more »

Launching ClioCon, Clio Reveals No-Code Websites, Text Messaging, Improved Payments and Advanced Third-Party App Integration

As the Clio Cloud conference kicked off this morning in Nashville – the 10e anniversary and its first airing since 2019 – Clio founder and CEO Jack Newton took the… Read more »

Unrealistic post-baby body photos on social media could cause new mums extra stress, study finds | UK News

Unrealistic post-baby body photos on social media could put extra stress on a new mom and lead to lower body satisfaction, a study has found. Most images of women posted… Read more »