YouTube opens Channel Memberships to more creators & rolls out new revenue opportunities

  1. YouTube opens Channel Memberships to more creators & rolls out new revenue opportunities  Marketing Land
  2. YouTube Announces Features That Could Make Creators More Money  Kotaku
  3. YouTube now lets you pay $4.99 per month to support your favorite creators [Update]  Ars Technica
  4. Sponsorships eligibility, policies, & guidelines – YouTube Help – Google Support  Google Support
  5. A New Way To Sell Merch on YouTube  YouTube
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New Toyota Century limousine revealed as ultra-exclusive Rolls-Royce competitor

  1. New Toyota Century limousine revealed as ultra-exclusive Rolls-Royce competitor  Autocar
  2. 2018 Toyota Century Hybrid Luxury Sedan Goes On Sale in Japan  autoevolution
  3. Toyota Redesigns Rolls Royce Competitor For 2018 – Could It Find Favor In The US?  AutoSpies.com
  4. Toyota Rolls Out First Fully Redesigned Century in 21 Years  AsiaOne
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Google rolls out updates to give users easier access to privacy controls

  1. Google rolls out updates to give users easier access to privacy controls  Search Engine Land
  2. Google adds a search feature to account settings to ease use  TechCrunch
  3. Google’s redesigned account hub makes it easier to control and search your settings  The Verge
  4. Google aims to show you how it uses your data  CNET
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New Trump Rule Rolls Back Protections of the Affordable Care Act

  1. New Trump Rule Rolls Back Protections of the Affordable Care Act  New York Times
  2. Trump’s new health insurance rules expected to hurt Obamacare  Politico
  3. Trump officials move to expand non-ObamaCare health plans  The Hill
  4. The Health 202: The Trump administration will allow people to buy cheaper health plans. But they won’t have certain …  Washington Post
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Former Rolls-Royce engineer 'arrested under Official Secrets Act' amid fears China tried to obtain F-35 fighter jet details

Former Rolls-Royce engineer 'arrested under Official Secrets Act' amid fears China tried to obtain F-35 fighter jet detailsA man in his 70s has been arrested as part of a probe under the Official Secrets Act, police said on Thursday, amid reports he was a former Rolls-Royce engineer suspected of divulging secrets about Britain’s new stealth fighter to China. Scotland Yard said the man was arrested on Tuesday afternoon and taken to a police station in Derbyshire before being released under investigation. A search at an address in Derbyshire was ongoing while a search warrant was also executed at an office address in the West Midlands. The man was named by the Sun as  Bryn Jones, a former chief combustion technologist, who it said had been detained in connection with efforts by China to obtain classified information about Britain’s new £100million RAF stealth fighter jet. The 73-year-old former Rolls-Royce employee was reportedly held after MI5 received information that classified details were passed to Beijing. Factfile | F-35 Lightning II fighter He was detained in an “ultra-discreet” swoop by officers from Scotland Yard’s SO15 counter-terrorism command at his home on Tuesday, it was reported. Mr Jones, who describes himself as a “visiting professor” in “gas turbine combustion” at the Aeronautical Uni­versity of Xian, central China, denies any wrongdoing, the newspaper reported.  The investigation reportedly centres on information about the F-35 Lightning II jet, which arrived in Britain last week.  Britain has committed to buying 138 F-35 fighter aircraft and has so far bought 48 at a cost of £9.1 billion.   The F-35 programme is the world’s largest defence development, worth over $1.3trillion. UK industry provides 15 per cent of each of the 3,000 aircraft currently on the order books and at peak production 25,000 British jobs will be supported throughout the supply chain.  


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Supreme Court Upholds Ohio's Purge of Voting Rolls

  1. Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Purge of Voting Rolls  New York Times
  2. Supreme Court Backs Ohio Voter Purge  Wall Street Journal
  3. Opinion analysis: Justices rule for Ohio in voter-registration dispute (Updated)  SCOTUSblog (blog)
  4. Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute – SCOTUSblog  SCOTUSblog
  5. Supreme Court says states can remove voters who skip elections, ignore warnings  USA TODAY
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Supreme Court says states can remove voters from rolls for skipping elections, ignoring warnings

Failure to vote can lead to getting knocked off voter registration rolls, a divided Supreme Court ruled in a decision likely to help Republicans and harm Democrats. The court’s conservative majority said Ohio did not violate federal laws by purging voters who don’t vote or respond to warnings.

     

 

 


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Supreme Court upholds Ohio's way of removing infrequent voters from rolls

  1. Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s way of removing infrequent voters from rolls  Washington Post
  2. Supreme Court Upholds Controversial Ohio Voter-Purge Law  NPR
  3. Supreme Court gives Ohio right to purge thousands of voters from its rolls  NBCNews.com
  4. Supreme Court: States can purge voters who don’t vote or respond to warnings  USA TODAY
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Over 100k voters' names left off rolls in Los Angeles County

  1. Over 100k voters’ names left off rolls in Los Angeles County  The Hill
  2. Villaraigosa Calls For Friday Extension After Voters Left Off Rolls  CBS Los Angeles
  3. Over 118000 voters accidentally left off rolls in Los Angeles County  Politico
  4. Young voters in Ontario should make sure their voice is heard this week  Toronto Star
  5. In a handful of California counties, polling places are giving way to a sweeping new election system  Los Angeles Times
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'I Thought I Was Fairly Disciplined.' Apple CEO Tim Cook Rolls Out New Tools to Fight Phone Addiction

  1. ‘I Thought I Was Fairly Disciplined.’ Apple CEO Tim Cook Rolls Out New Tools to Fight Phone Addiction  Fortune
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘Privacy is a Fundamental Human Right’  Mac Rumors
  3. Tim Cook says Apple has never received user data from Facebook  Engadget
  4. Apple Requested ‘Zero’ Personal Data In Deals With Facebook, CEO Tim Cook Says  NPR
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