Sunday, March 29, 2020

Facebook CEO’s 2018 challenge: Fix Facebook

NEW YORK (AP) — Mark Zuckerberg says his “personal challenge” for 2018 is to fix Facebook.

The Facebook CEO has declared a goal each year since 2009. Past challenges have included wearing a tie every day, learning to speak Mandarin and eating meat only from animals he killed himself.

Last year, he visited every U.S. state he hadn’t been to yet. Zuckerberg wrote Thursday that he now wants to focus on protecting Facebook users from abuse, defending against interference by nation-states and “making sure that time spent on Facebook is time well spent.”

It won’t be easy. Last year was tough for the company. It included having to testify before Congress about Russian election meddling using its platform, and harsh criticism from early employees and investors about its role in the world.

Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.

Mr. President: A Federal Quarantine Is Unjustified

Attorney Norm Pattis sent a powerful message to the White House: 'My message is simple: Don’t do it, Mr. President.'

President Trump considering quarantine for 3 states, including NY and tri-state

New York Gov. Cuomo said he didn't believe a possible New York quarantine was legal and that it would be a "federal declaration of war."

Chicago baby is first coronavirus-related infant death in U.S.

An infant younger than one year of age in Chicago – who tested positive for the virus – has died, the Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed.

Miami reports first coronavirus-related death, patient frequented clubs

Israel Carreras, 40, passed away due to complications he developed after contracting the deadly coronavirus at a massive Miami beach party, Your Content has learned.

WHO warns coronavirus transmitted through ‘respiratory droplets’ in new report

World Health Organization leaders say the deadly coronavirus is transmitted through 'respiratory droplets' including stethoscopes and thermometers!

190 confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Delco, four deaths

Officials announced 34 additional cases of COVID-19 in Delaware County, with an additional two deaths, with a combined total of 190 cases and four deaths.

493 non-violent, low level offenders finally released from Delco jail to mitigate coronavirus spread

Delco DA Jack Stollsteimer worked with law enforcement, the courts, and defense lawyers in a collaborative effort to mitigate coronavirus pandemic.
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THE RUNDOWN

Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.

Residents of New York, New Jersey & Connecticut urged to avoid all ‘non-essential’ travel

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued a statement urging residents in the tri-state region not travel.

Mr. President: A Federal Quarantine Is Unjustified

Attorney Norm Pattis sent a powerful message to the White House: 'My message is simple: Don’t do it, Mr. President.'

’90s Actor Matthew Faber Dead at 47

'90s star Matthew Faber was found dead Saturday inside his Van Nuys, California apartment.
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Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.

President Trump considering quarantine for 3 states, including NY and tri-state

New York Gov. Cuomo said he didn't believe a possible New York quarantine was legal and that it would be a "federal declaration of war."

Chicago baby is first coronavirus-related infant death in U.S.

An infant younger than one year of age in Chicago – who tested positive for the virus – has died, the Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed.

Miami reports first coronavirus-related death, patient frequented clubs

Israel Carreras, 40, passed away due to complications he developed after contracting the deadly coronavirus at a massive Miami beach party, Your Content has learned.

WHO warns coronavirus transmitted through ‘respiratory droplets’ in new report

World Health Organization leaders say the deadly coronavirus is transmitted through 'respiratory droplets' including stethoscopes and thermometers!
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