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YouTube Deleted Nearly 8 Million Videos From July To September

YouTube clamped down on content from July through September of this year by deleting 7.8 million videos that the company says violated its terms of service. The announcement came Thursday afternoon and was part of a broader effort by YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, to inform the public on how its community guidelines are enforced. “Finding all violative content on ...

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California Debating Tax On Text Messages

California regulators are currently contemplating whether residents would have to pay a fee on text messages from their cell phones. The proposed tax would help fund programs in the state that provides low-income Californians with phone service and will be discussed further during the January 2019 meeting by the California Public Utilities Commission. The rationale from California regulators is this: ...

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US Census: Wealthiest Counties All Surround Washington, DC

According to new number released by the United States Census Bureau, the five counties with the highest median income are all suburbs of the the nation’s capital. The rankings are a result of a five-year study called the 2013-2017 American Community Survey and measured over 40 features, including housing, demographics, as well as health insurance rates and education levels. According to ...

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The Weekly Standard Expected To Shutter In Coming Weeks

The Weekly Standard is not expected to survive into 2019 and is preparing to shut down permanently, according to several former and current staff members who spoke to The Daily Caller News Foundation. Rumors had been circulating throughout the media class Tuesday about the fate of The Weekly Standard in the wake of the magazine’s dwindling readership and circulation, despite ...

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