social media – Optimist Mag http://optimistmag.org/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 09:37:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://optimistmag.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/optimist-150x150.png social media – Optimist Mag http://optimistmag.org/ 32 32 BREAKING: Lady A and Anita White file joint motion, dismissing legal claims in name change lawsuit https://optimistmag.org/breaking-lady-a-and-anita-white-file-joint-motion-dismissing-legal-claims-in-name-change-lawsuit/ Tue, 01 Feb 2022 18:46:36 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/breaking-lady-a-and-anita-white-file-joint-motion-dismissing-legal-claims-in-name-change-lawsuit/ The legal dispute between country trio Lady A, the band formerly known as Lady Antebellum, and blues singer Anita White, who performs as Lady A, has been settled. According to court documents obtained by BillboardHillary Scott, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and White filed a joint motion on Monday (January 31) to finally dismiss all claims […]]]>

The legal dispute between country trio Lady A, the band formerly known as Lady Antebellum, and blues singer Anita White, who performs as Lady A, has been settled.

According to court documents obtained by BillboardHillary Scott, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and White filed a joint motion on Monday (January 31) to finally dismiss all claims and counterclaims against each other.

“The class dismisses all claims in this action against White with prejudice,” the court document read. “White dismisses with prejudice all counterclaims against the Band in this action.”

Details surrounding the settlement were not disclosed, including whether money was exchanged or whether either party should relinquish use of the Lady A name. However, it was made know that each party will cover their own legal costs, including all expenses and attorneys’ fees.

The GRAMMY-winning country trio changed their name from Lady Antebellum to Lady A in the summer of 2020 due to the racial connotations of the term “antebellum.”

The group explained that the change was triggered by “the injustices, inequalities and prejudices that black women and men have always faced and continue to face every day”. They then apologized for any ‘hurt this has caused’ to anyone and promised to donate to the Equal Justice Initiative through their long-running charity, Lady Aid.

Following the announcement, Anita “Lady A” White spoke with rolling stone about the trio’s name change, revealing that she was blindsided by the news.

“It’s my life,” she said. “Lady A is my brand, I’ve been using it for over 20 years and I’m proud of what I’ve done…. They use the name because of a Black Lives Matter incident which for them is just a moment in time…. It wouldn’t have taken George Floyd to die for them to realize that their name had a slave reference. »

Several days later, Lady A and White met via Zoom for a conversation which, according to social media, seemed to be going very well. According to Lady A’s statement, they even wrote a song together and hoped to collaborate in the future.

“We have had [a] today’s meeting, and we look forward to a mutually beneficial outcome. We are progressing,” said solo artist Lady A Billboard by email on June 15.

The lawsuit says the trio and the solo singer discussed a peaceful coexistence and that the trio would “support White’s musical career” going forward.

After those conversations, the band’s legal team drafted an agreement, which White apparently wasn’t happy with.

“Their camp is trying to erase me…. Trust is important, and I don’t trust them anymore,” the singer said. press day.

In July 2020, White reportedly demanded a $10 million payment from the band to allow them to continue using their Lady A brand name. At that time, the trio filed a lawsuit against White. They weren’t asking for any monetary compensation, but said they “just want the parties to continue to coexist.”

White then filed a countersuit against Scott, Kelley and Haywood, accusing them of trademark infringement and claiming that the name change was “undertaken with a willful disregard for Mrs. White’s rights”.

“The effect of the name change on Ms. White’s ability to distinguish her music in the marketplace was overwhelming,” White said at the time. “Internet and social media searches for ‘Lady A’, which had easily returned results for her music, were now dominated by references to Lady Antebellum. Mrs. White’s LADY A trademark had been spoofed and put on the path of erasure.

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Chanel Iman and Sterling Shepard split up and file for divorce https://optimistmag.org/chanel-iman-and-sterling-shepard-split-up-and-file-for-divorce/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 17:37:59 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/chanel-iman-and-sterling-shepard-split-up-and-file-for-divorce/ Chanel Iman and Sterling shepard broke up after six years together, Us weekly has learned. The couple have quietly separated and “divorced,” an exclusive source said. We, adding: “They will try to remain civil and friendly to each other.” We confirmed that Shepard, 28, officially filed for divorce in June 2021, less than two years […]]]>

Chanel Iman and Sterling shepard broke up after six years together, Us weekly has learned.

The couple have quietly separated and “divorced,” an exclusive source said. We, adding: “They will try to remain civil and friendly to each other.” We confirmed that Shepard, 28, officially filed for divorce in June 2021, less than two years after the duo welcomed their second child.

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Before their split, the professional soccer player opened up about how the couple first connected when he spotted the model, 31, at a party in 2016.

“When I was younger, I saw her in the Victoria’s Secret magazines my sisters received, but it didn’t really happen to me. When she entered the room one of my boys said to me, ‘Do you know who this is?’ and I was like, ‘No’, ”he reminded High life in August 2019, noting that a friend of his wanted to talk to Iman first.

“I walked over to her and asked her if she wanted a drink, and we were just talking for the rest of the party, and then we went to a club for the after party and continued talking. I got his number and we went our separate ways, but we stayed in touch, ”Shepard explained at the time. “It was a bit crazy. And now it’s my lady.

Two years after starting dating, the New York Giants wide receiver asked the question.

“A night full of tears of happiness,” Iman wrote on social media of the proposal. “I’m more than happy to spend the rest of my life with you @ sterl_shep3, you are my soul mate, my best friend, my everything! I can’t wait to be your Mrs.

After their wedding in March 2018, the Victoria’s Secret Angel announced that they were expecting their first child. The native of Georgia said We back in the days when although her first trimester was “very difficult”, she was “looking forward to meeting” her baby.

Shepard and Iman welcomed their daughter Cali in August 2018 and a year later announced they were expecting baby # 2.

The athlete frankly discussed how he was preparing to make the transition to a family of four, sharing with We in August 2019, “It’s honestly difficult any time you put a baby in this situation because you always have to try to find time for each other and a lot of the attention is on the baby.” .

The Oklahoma native added at the time, “So that’s the main thing, it’s just that I try to save some time in my schedule and she tries to save time. in her schedule because we’re both quite busy. It’s the hardest thing about it, but we find a way out. “

Ahead of the arrival of their second daughter later that year, the NFL player also spoke about how Iman “takes care of me like no one has ever done,” noting, “I mean, the thing there is. closer to [compare it] is my mother so i love everything about being married to her. It is one of a kind.

The duo welcomed their daughter Cassie in December 2019.

With reporting by Travis Cronin and Diana Cooper

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Emmanuel Macron’s wife will file a complaint against those who claim to be transsexual https://optimistmag.org/emmanuel-macrons-wife-will-file-a-complaint-against-those-who-claim-to-be-transsexual/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 05:59:48 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/emmanuel-macrons-wife-will-file-a-complaint-against-those-who-claim-to-be-transsexual/ Faced with the false news alleging that Brigitte Macron, the wife of the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, is a “transsexual” woman, the first lady of the European country has decided to initiate “legal proceedings”, according to her lawyer Me Jean Ennochi. Deemed misogynist and transphobic by many Internet users, the rumor popularized in […]]]>

Faced with the false news alleging that Brigitte Macron, the wife of the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, is a “transsexual” woman, the first lady of the European country has decided to initiate “legal proceedings”, according to her lawyer Me Jean Ennochi.

Deemed misogynist and transphobic by many Internet users, the rumor popularized in early November claims to believe that Brigitte Macron was born a man and that she was previously called Jean-Michel Trogneux, reports Liberation.

In this regard, the Twitter account called “Journal de la macronie”, unlike the French president, launched the social media label “JeanMichel Trogneux”. So last week the ‘hashtag’ spiked in popularity and topped social media trends in the European nation with tens of thousands of mentions, according to the local newspaper.

The transphobic rumors come from the September posts of the far-right magazine Facts and Documents, where some authors often publish articles related to conspiracy theories, anti-vaccine group stories, anti-Semitic articles, among other topics.

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Sukkiejhay presents his next album which will be released on December 21st https://optimistmag.org/sukkiejhay-presents-his-next-album-which-will-be-released-on-december-21st/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 01:11:00 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/sukkiejhay-presents-his-next-album-which-will-be-released-on-december-21st/ Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Orisan James Olasunkanmi or better known by his artist name Sukkiejhay has always had a passion for music. Music was the creator’s way of making himself known and showing that he could make a name for himself. Sukkiejhay started making music and freestyle at the age of 8. It wasn’t until […]]]>

Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Orisan James Olasunkanmi or better known by his artist name Sukkiejhay has always had a passion for music. Music was the creator’s way of making himself known and showing that he could make a name for himself. Sukkiejhay started making music and freestyle at the age of 8. It wasn’t until the age of 11 that he first performed in front of an audience and from that point his mind focused on music and entertainment.

In 2017, Sukkiejhay moved to the United States and eventually joined the military, which he is currently still enlisted to complete his training. In his spare time he enjoys working on his music, writing songs, listening to other songs, freestyle and recording. As an artist he has been quite active releasing several singles this year, including his most recent and most popular at the moment “Greaze Mode” which has over 139,000 streams and relies on Spotify.

Sukkiejhay has previewed her upcoming album on social media and fans can listen to it in full here in a few days on December 21. The project is called ‘Microphone Champion’ and we’re sure the creator will showcase his best talents throughout the process. Sukkiejhay plans to show off her versatility, lyrical skills, and why her name should be included in the next person’s conversation. “Microphone Champion” will be the artist’s best project yet, so be sure to check it out when it releases on December 21st.st.

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Parents of gunshot victim bring $ 100million lawsuit against Oxford High staff and administrators https://optimistmag.org/parents-of-gunshot-victim-bring-100million-lawsuit-against-oxford-high-staff-and-administrators/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 04:07:32 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/parents-of-gunshot-victim-bring-100million-lawsuit-against-oxford-high-staff-and-administrators/ The parents of two Oxford high school students filed a lawsuit Thursday against several school and district officials, saying last week’s mass shooting on the Michigan campus was “entirely preventable.” Jeffrey and Brandi Franz are suing on behalf of their daughters, Riley Franz, 17, and Bella Franz, 14, demanding more than $ 100 million in […]]]>

The parents of two Oxford high school students filed a lawsuit Thursday against several school and district officials, saying last week’s mass shooting on the Michigan campus was “entirely preventable.”

Jeffrey and Brandi Franz are suing on behalf of their daughters, Riley Franz, 17, and Bella Franz, 14, demanding more than $ 100 million in damages. The November 30 shooting left four students dead and seven injured. Riley was shot in the neck, the costume says, and the two girls suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.

The lawsuit names several Oxford high school officials, including principal Steven Wolf, two counselors and two teachers, as well as the Oxford Community School District and Superintendent Timothy Thorne. He alleges that Thorne and Wolf both ignored disturbing and threatening messages that the suspect, Ethan Crumbley, 15, made on social media, and that his behavior was not reported to the liaison officer for the school security. The officer was not at meetings school officials had with Crumbley and his parents, and Franz family attorney Geoffrey Fieger said Thursday he had “not heard from rational explanation from school administration as to why it was not used. “

Fieger added that “therefore, by doing what they did or did not do, they put the students in much greater danger than they would have been if they had done. The students would have been protected and that is essentially the essence of the federal complaint here.

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Former Floyd Central Theater Director Releases Album | New https://optimistmag.org/former-floyd-central-theater-director-releases-album-new/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 22:17:11 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/former-floyd-central-theater-director-releases-album-new/ SOUTHERN INDIANA – The former theater director of a local high school has released an album depicting his journey as he embarks on new opportunities. Robbie Steiner served for nearly a decade as the director of Floyd Central Theater Arts before leaving this year, and last Friday he released his debut album “Out of Character,” […]]]>

SOUTHERN INDIANA – The former theater director of a local high school has released an album depicting his journey as he embarks on new opportunities.

Robbie Steiner served for nearly a decade as the director of Floyd Central Theater Arts before leaving this year, and last Friday he released his debut album “Out of Character,” which is a cover album made up of tunes from Broadway shows.

For Steiner, this album is an important step as he leaves the field of theater education. He plans to pursue a career in the theater industry as a performer and set designer.

“This album has kind of been with me for a while – it’s something that I wanted to do but never had the time to do,” he said.

Steiner, who is a tenor, performs songs by Broadway composers such as Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

He collaborated with Scott Bradley, the resident musical director of the Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville, to create the album. Bradley arranged, mixed and produced the tracks. Steiner recorded the album at DSL Studios in Louisville.

“We ended up making a list of songs, and I don’t even think I realized back then how much they really reflected a transitional moment that I ended up being in,” Steiner said. “Most of them are focused on change and growth and exploring something new – that kind of thing. The inspiration, I think, was just a little deeper than I thought. “

Steiner grew up performing in local theater productions. He graduated from Our Lady of Providence High School in Clarksville and studied theater and education at Indiana University in Bloomington. He started working at Floyd Central in 2011.

“Really, most of my adult life has been spent in theater education and doing everything except acting,” he said. “I have directed, produced and / or designed more than 50 productions [at Floyd Central].

During the COVID-19 shutdown, Steiner began performing songs from his home, and he shared them on social media in a series he called “COVID Carols”. These songs served as motivation for him to share his talents.

“In that very dark time, a number of people who were really locked up were looking forward to them every day,” he said. “It was really emotional for me, and it helped me realize that this is a gift I should share.”

He took a sabbatical from his position at Floyd Central during the 2020-21 school year, and by the end of it, he realized he was ready to “move on. and explore new things “. He started working on the album during his period.

He officially stepped down as director this year, and Brooklyn Chalfant, who served as interim director while on sabbatical, was named the new program director this year.

During Steiner’s time as theater director, the program received numerous accolades. It was named “Best Drama School in the Midwest” by Stage Directions magazine in 2013 and was recognized by the Educational Theater Association as one of the nation’s top high school theater programs.

The program has also been invited to pilot a number of high school productions, including Disney’s “Newsies” and productions such as “Newsies” and “42nd Street” have been invited to perform on the main stage at the International Festival of theater.

“I absolutely loved my job at Floyd Central – it was truly a dream job,” Steiner said. “It got to the point where I had my own learning and my own growth that I really wanted to do. Personally, I felt the need to move away from teaching to be a student of life in a certain way and also to develop a lot of professional skills in myself that I was developing in others. So I decided it was the right time.

Steiner is currently the Deputy Program Director of Campo Rancho Framasa, a Catholic camp and retreat center in Brown County. He plans to move to New York in February.

“Unless something pushes me in another direction, I’m going to move to New York and start hammering the sidewalk,” Steiner said. “I’m going to audition, network, watch shows, meet people and explore opportunities. “

The first song on the album is “This Is the Moment” from the musical “Jekyll & Hyde,” which sets the tone for the whole album, Steiner said. The song was also released as a single prior to the release of “Out of Character”.

“The song is very thoughtful – it’s thoughtful, but it’s also extremely motivated and motivated,” he said. “That’s kind of where I am right now – I’m both thoughtful and motivated right now,” he said. “I look inward a lot and I’m really stepping into territory that’s a little bit scary but also really exciting,” he said.

The album contains a total of 12 tracks. The song “Pink Fish” is the only track from “Out of Character” that was not from a musical, but it was written by composer Alan Menken, known for his work on the Disney films. The song is about a man who moves to New York to become an actor.

“It’s kind of how he feels comfortable with the city and with himself and with people who have totally different worldviews and experiences from him,” Steiner said. “It’s a wacky song, but I really like it because it kind of reflects my attitude of wanting to meet all kinds of people and experience different cultures.”

The album is meant to be listened to in order and in its entirety, according to Bradley.

“I really hope everyone who listens to it will listen to it as a complete album,” he said. “That’s how Robbie designed it. You can rip a song and listen to it out of order, but the sequence of songs – we see it as kind of a guideline, and we hope everyone can enjoy it that way.

Bradley was instrumental in the development of the album, and brought “a ton of creativity and expertise to it,” Steiner said.

The studio sessions were designed by Mike Baker of DSL Studios, and a number of local instrumentalists performed on the recording, including Chris Bryant on violin, Jon Silpayamanant on cello, Stacy Simpson on trumpet, Chris Fortner on trombone , Miles Davis on saxophone and clarinet. and Michael Vettraino on guitar. Bradley also played keyboards.

“Recording something like that, creating something and working with a team of really creative people – it’s a very vulnerable experience, and I’m so hungry to learn right now. I absolutely loved it, ”Steiner said.

“You walk into the recording studio and start singing, and you immediately hear the playback. You realize all the flaws and you hear everything. What this offers is a great opportunity to grow. While it could have been very intimidating, I found it to be a lot of fun. I thought I could do better, let’s fix this. I really feel like I grew up as a singer because of that experience, so it was awesome. It meant a lot.

Bradley has worked with Steiner in the past to help with the musical direction of acting classes and productions at Floyd Central, and he got a call from Steiner after starting the COVID Carols project.

The project continued to grow throughout the process, Bradley said. They initially thought about creating the album from a home studio, but eventually expanded it to include original arrangements, a professional recording studio, studio instrumentalists, and a studio engineer.

Bradley said the album showcases Steiner’s “belief in what to do” and his “commitment to self-expression.”

“He made the decision to do it, and there is no going back,” Bradley said. It’s part of what a successful artist is. It’s like, ‘I’m going to do this, these are my choices, this is how I feel about it, this is my take on a particular song.’ “

Steiner notes that her album is dedicated to Debbie Kay Raque, a local performer and voice teacher who died in January 2020. He started taking voice lessons with her in elementary school.

“I really give him credit for being the person who gave me the tools at a young age to do theater and play,” he said. “She’s been on my mind and my heart throughout the project, and I hope she enjoys the music.”

Sharing this music has been a meaningful experience, said Steiner.

“When I sing, I am the happiest and I love life,” he said. “I know music does the same with other people, and I’ve shared songs that mean a lot to me with people who can find joy and meaning in them too.”

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How to file a complaint https://optimistmag.org/how-to-file-a-complaint/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 21:05:59 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/how-to-file-a-complaint/ If you are a TikTok user in the United States, you may be entitled to the money from a class action settlement with the tech giant. Yesterday (November 15), app users were made aware of the potential settlement money and were asked to click a link taking them from TikTok to another website to file […]]]>

If you are a TikTok user in the United States, you may be entitled to the money from a class action settlement with the tech giant.

Yesterday (November 15), app users were made aware of the potential settlement money and were asked to click a link taking them from TikTok to another website to file a claim, according to News week. However, the notification was not very clear which led to confusion about it on other forms of social media.

The settlement is the result of a lawsuit against ByteDance – the company that owns TikTok – alleging that the app violated privacy laws by collecting personal data from its users without their consent. Although TikTok and ByteDance denied the allegations of wrongdoing, they agreed to settle the case for the modest sum of $ 92 million.

According to News week, this $ 92 million will cover legal fees and various administrative costs. The remainder will be paid to eligible users who submit a request for money.

How to file a claim for the TikTok class action lawsuit:

In order to file a claim for the settlement, you must first determine whether or not you qualify. The settlement is open to two groups: US citizens who accessed TikTok before September 30, 2021 and Illinois citizens who posted content to TikTok before September 30, 2021. The latter group may be eligible for up to to six times more. than the old one.

If you or your minor child meets these conditions, you can submit a complaint through the form here.

If you received a letter in the mail advising you of the settlement, you will simply need to enter the Notification ID and Confirmation Code found on the letter and submit it.

Otherwise, there is a form to fill out that requests information, including your name, address, phone number, email address, and the credentials you use on TikTok. You will also need to clarify how you are eligible for the settlement (as a U.S. citizen and TikTok user or Illinois citizen who posted on the app).

Once the form is completed, you can choose to receive your share of the payment via MasterCard, PayPal, Venmo, or paper check.

Claims must be submitted by March 1, 2022.

You can also request to opt out of the settlement or object to the terms of the settlement. The deadline for both of the above is January 31, 2022. If you choose to do nothing, you will automatically be disqualified from receiving the funds.

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Hertz investors file to sell up to $ 1.2 billion in days after Tesla soar https://optimistmag.org/hertz-investors-file-to-sell-up-to-1-2-billion-in-days-after-tesla-soar/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/hertz-investors-file-to-sell-up-to-1-2-billion-in-days-after-tesla-soar/ Top line The recently bankrupt car rental company Hertz has alerted regulators that it wants to sell up to $ 1.2 billion of existing shares to the public, giving some of the firm’s largest institutional shareholders l opportunity to capitalize on skyrocketing stocks following a high-profile deal with Tesla. A lot of Hertz rental cars […]]]>

Top line

The recently bankrupt car rental company Hertz has alerted regulators that it wants to sell up to $ 1.2 billion of existing shares to the public, giving some of the firm’s largest institutional shareholders l opportunity to capitalize on skyrocketing stocks following a high-profile deal with Tesla.

Highlights

In a regulatory brief released Wednesday, Hertz revealed that major shareholders were looking to sell 37.1 million shares at a price of between $ 25 and $ 29 per share.

Hertz said he will not receive any proceeds from the sale and instead listed a dozen institutional investors who will sell shares, including major shareholder CK Amarillo, as well as Cougar Capital investment firms, Diameter Capital, Eaton Vance and Fortress.

In the filing, Hertz reiterated that it has placed an “initial order” for 100,000 Tesla Model 3 vehicles, representing approximately 22% of its global fleet, as part of its plan to offer the largest electric vehicle fleet in North America. North, a massive order. that Tesla chief Elon Musk questioned when he said a contract had yet to be signed on Monday evening.

Hertz shares, which have climbed 42% and added nearly $ 5 billion in market value since Tesla’s announcement last Monday, fell 4% in pre-market trading.

Hertz, who did not immediately respond to Forbes’ request for comment, also revealed plans to repurchase between $ 250 million and $ 500 million of its own shares.

Key context

The massive sale of Hertz shares comes about a week after the company said it would call on Tesla to help turn around its struggling business. The company filed for bankruptcy last May as the Covid-19 pandemic struck a blow to demand in the leisure industry, and in June the company emerged from bankruptcy after losing more than 5 billion dollars in debt, in part thanks to a new group of investors. Knighthead Capital and Centares, which together form CK Amarillo, headed the investor group and will still have a roughly 38% stake in the company after the stock sale was announced on Wednesday.

Large number

$ 16.5 billion. This is Hertz’s market cap as of Tuesday’s market close.

Tangent

Tesla shares have also skyrocketed after the deal last week, climbing nearly 33% since last Monday. The surge has helped make the 21-year-old automaker more valuable than social media giant Facebook and has even propelled the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, both of which count the automaker among its main constituents, to new heights. over the past week.

Further reading

Hertz claims Tesla deliveries started after Elon Musk says contract was unsigned (Forbes)

Tesla surpasses $ 1 trillion in market value after Hertz places biggest electric vehicle order ever (Forbes)

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Time Magazine’s latest cover features Mark Zuckerberg, artwork grabs attention https://optimistmag.org/time-magazines-latest-cover-features-mark-zuckerberg-artwork-grabs-attention/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://optimistmag.org/time-magazines-latest-cover-features-mark-zuckerberg-artwork-grabs-attention/ Amid the controversy between the Facebook whistleblower and Facebook, the fact that the social media platform places profit as its priority has fueled the division. And, as that unfolds, the latest cover of TIME magazine grabbed attention as the latest issue starred Mark Zuckerberg, but a notification illustration was the main highlight. On the cover, […]]]>

Amid the controversy between the Facebook whistleblower and Facebook, the fact that the social media platform places profit as its priority has fueled the division. And, as that unfolds, the latest cover of TIME magazine grabbed attention as the latest issue starred Mark Zuckerberg, but a notification illustration was the main highlight.

On the cover, the photo of Mark Zuckerberg is featured and there is an illustration of a notification that offers a simple question, “Delete Facebook”, and there are two options, one is undone and the other is deleted. .

TIME magazine also shared coverage of the same on Twitter, and their headline says Facebook forced a calculation by shutting down the team that put people before profits.

As soon as they shared the post, it went viral. One of the users wrote that he thinks Facebook may be heading towards a MySpace scenario soon.

Another user wrote that the public deserves better.

Yet another user wrote that it’s about time we should all boycott Facebook and delete it.

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The TIME magazine article is primarily about the Facebook integrity team and how the social media giant has alienated people who fight disinformation and hate. Frances Haugen was the whistleblower who leaked the data and gave details of how Facebook works for profit, not security.

Separately, India and China clashed for a few hours along the Real Line of Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh, according to the ANI news agency report. The one-on-one took place due to differences in perception of the Actual Line of Control (LAC), the one-on-one lasted a few hours and was later resolved.

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