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Fried Chicken Data: Chick-Fil-A Hit With Class Privacy Lawsuit

Fried Chicken Data: Chick-Fil-A Hit With Class Privacy Lawsuit

picture: Sheila Fitzgerald (Clash) While Chick-fil-A was serving you sandwiches, it was also providing data to Facebook parent company Meta. aaccording to New lawsuit On Sunday, the fast food chain did so in violation of one of the only federal privacy laws in the United States. Chick-fil-A has been posting weird animated videos during the …

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Excess dust in the atmosphere could mask the real effects of climate change

Excess dust in the atmosphere could mask the real effects of climate change

It’s no secret that humans have made major changes to the Earth and its atmosphere. But as greenhouse gases accumulated in the air and the average surface temperature of our planet rose, a less well-known phenomenon occurred. Earth’s atmosphere has become much dustier since the pre-industrial era. And it’s possible that all of these extra …

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How "SECURE 2.0" Can Enhance Your Retirement Plans

How “SECURE 2.0” Can Enhance Your Retirement Plans

picture: Colin Dewar (stock struggle) SECURE 2.0 is signed into law at the end of 2022. Standing for “Preparing Every Community for Better Retirement,” the second edition of this bill is designed to continue building on improvements in the United States retirement system. Whether retirement is far away off or fast Here’s what you need …

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California forces companies to show their salaries on job listings, which reveals the salaries of big tech companies

California forces companies to show their salaries on job listings, which reveals the salaries of big tech companies

Steve Bruhl | Corbis Unreleased | Getty Images A new law that went into effect this week requires most California employers to disclose salaries on job listings. The law affects every company with more than 15 employees looking to fill a position that can be performed from the state of California. Covers hourly and temporary …

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