A new law in Oklahoma will make protesters think twice before demonstrating in active or busy roadways.
A bill was signed this week by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, which granted immunity to drivers who unintentionally injure or kill protesters. The bill was written in light of drivers attempting to flee from roadways swamped with protesters. The bill, which would increase penalties for demonstrators who block public roadways, passed in the state Senate 38-10 last week. The legislation would make the obstruction of a public street during a protest a misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in prison and a $5,000 fine.
The Covid-19 vaccines are going door-to-door! America fell short of President Biden’s goal of reaching 70% vaccinated in the US by July 4th, so now the White House is rolling out efforts to increase numbers. While the CDC announced 55% of the US population is at least partially vaccinated, the Biden Administration announced plans to…MORE
Tell Your Boss: The Perfect Number of Hours to Work Every Day Is… Five Post Covid, businesses are redefining the way their offices run. For some that means permanent remote work, for other businesses it means a condenced work schedule. Research shows that five work hours a day (rather than the traditional 8 hour American work…MORE
Researches are looking into another major breach that affected Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and more. A drive with 1.2TB of information and 26 million logins were compromised after hackers stole personal records and login credentials. Malware collected information between 2018 and 2020 Also affected were eBay, Instagram, Netflix, Paypal, Roblox, Steam, Twitch, and Twitter. Victims’ computers were…MORE
If you’re online and noticing some connection issues or the inability to access major websites like CNN or the entire government page in the UK, you aren’t alone. A major cloud storage system is down causing outages of many websites including The New York Times, CNN, Twitch, The Guardian, Pinterest, Reddit, Spotify, Hulu and more.…MORE