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Four-day workweek gains traction despite pushback

Mark Takano introduced a bill that would reduce the standard workweek to 32 hours

Biden’s Unholy Crusade for Abortion

Neither science nor religion supports it.

Apple DELAYS controversial plan to scan iPhones for child abuse images following privacy backlash

Apple has announced it will “take additional time” in the coming months to work on plans for flagging child sexual abuse material (CSAM), amid concerns from activists and rights groups over censorship and privacy issues.

Restaurant Reservation App OpenTable To Integrate Vaccination Status Into Service

In an under the radar announcement last week, popular restaurant reservation service OpenTable revealed that it will integrate vaccination status into it’s app and website forms, to enable establishments to enforce vaccine pass mandates.

Is Apple gearing up for China-style internet control in U.S.?

Apple announced that it will deploy a new algorithm, NeuralMatch, to monitor iMessages and images on its devices.

Microsoft Fixes Cloud Platform Vulnerability After Warning

Microsoft says it has fixed a flaw in its cloud computing platform that cybersecurity researchers warned could have enabled hackers to take over a cloud-based database product used by many big companies.

Investors Borrow Less to Buy Stocks for First Time Since Pandemic Began, an Ominous Sign

U.S. investors cut their use of leverage in July, marking the first month since the onset of the pandemic that saw a reduction in the use of margin debt to buy securities like stocks, potentially a warning sign for markets buoyed by heavy use of borrowed money.

Is Apple Gearing Up for China-Style Internet Control in the U.S.?

Recently, Apple announced that it will deploy a new algorithm, NeuralMatch, to monitor iMessages and images on its devices.

S&P, Nasdaq rally to records as investors eye Fed’s Jackson Hole event

WTI crude oil snaps 7-day losing streak rising to the $65 per barrel level

Mayor Bill de Blasio sued by business owners over New York City’s vaccine mandate

A group of restaurant owners and five small businesses filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Aug. 17, against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio over the city’s vaccine mandate targeting “certain establishments.” The lawsuit was filed in Richmond County Supreme Court.

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