Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Named in Suit by Washington, DC Attorney General

WASHINGTON — The Attorney General of the District of Columbia wants Facebook Inc. Holding Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg personally liable in a lawsuit arising from the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal, in what the district said was another legal action against the social media giant. Attorney General Karl Racine said on Wednesday that he has filed … Read more

CNN indefinitely suspends Chris Cuomo for role in brother’s response to sexual misconduct allegations

CNN indefinitely suspended primetime host Chris Cuomo after documents released this week by the New York Attorney General’s office detailed his efforts to expel his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, to help respond to allegations of sexual misconduct. In a statement released Tuesday, CNN said the records “raise serious questions” about Chris Cuomo’s … Read more

Pedophile Barry Bennell denies ties to Manchester City during High Court trial

p The aedophile, former football coach Barry Bennell has denied having any links with Manchester City in the 1980s after eight men who said he had abused them brought damages claims against the club during a Supreme Court trial. Bennell, who is in prison after being convicted of child sex crimes, told a judge he … Read more

Quality and quality of education for detained young people differs per institution: report

TORONTO — A new report from the Canadian Civil Liberties Association says the quantity and quality of education offered to young people in Ontario detention centers varies widely by institution. The report, based on interviews with young people who spent time in facilities and adults involved in the juvenile justice system, says there are wide … Read more

Toronto’s top doctor recommends decriminalizing possession of small amounts of drugs

dr. Toronto medical health officer Eileen de Villa addresses the media at Toronto City Hall in 2019.Christopher Katsarov/The Canadian Press Toronto’s health official wants to decriminalize possession of small amounts of illegal drugs in the city in an effort to combat the opioid overdose crisis. dr. Eileen de Villa says in a report to the … Read more

Metrolinx contract worker killed east of Toronto during construction of GO Transit

TORONTO – Police and the operator of a prominent regional shuttle say a worker east of Toronto was killed Saturday night after being pinned under a train car. Durham Regional Police say a 41-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene in Pickering, Ont. He was part of a team carrying out construction and maintenance … Read more

Vancouver man who hosted big parties again convicted of violating COVID-19 rules

VANCOUVER – Vancouver police say a man convicted earlier this year for violating COVID-19 restrictions has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to more charges. const. Tania Visintin said in a statement that Mohammad Movassaghi was arrested on Wednesday and charged with two charges for failing to comply with a health order and one … Read more

The CAHAI holds its last meeting

At its sixth and final meeting (November 30 – December 2, online), the Intergovernmental Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAHAI) will discuss and ultimately adopt a document outlining the potential elements of a legal framework for Artificial Intelligence – including potentially binding and non-binding standards – based on Council of Europe standards on human … Read more

Ottawa clarifies travel exemption from COVID-19 at BC-US border during floods

OTTAWA – The federal minister for emergency preparedness says border guards have been informed that British Columbia residents can cross the United States for essential supplies due to flooding in the province, after some were reportedly fined or told that they would be forced to return to the United States. Canada must be quarantined. . … Read more

Wave Presents: Justin Bieber – An Interactive Virtual Experience – Justin Bieber

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