Consumer rights

A desire to stay relevant: Instagram for kids | Arts

Social media is obsessive, time consuming, and a necessity for many. People of all ages are using social media, from 13-year-olds eager to finally join the Instagram cult to 70-year-olds who use Facebook just to keep in touch with old friends. These platforms do not specifically extend to children under …

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Gabriela Women’s Party files CONA for 2022 polls

MANILA, Philippines – Gabriela Women’s party list filed its certificate of nomination and acceptance on Monday to join the race for party lists in the 2022 national polls. Representative Arlene Brosas (Gabriela Party List) led the party’s CONA filing on Monday morning at the Sofitel tent in Pasay City, where …

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New York Food Delivery Worker Protection Bills

Thursday, September 30, 2021 On September 23, 2021, the New York City Council passed six bills – a first-of-its-kind legislative package for workers in the odd-job economy – that seek to protect the city’s food delivery men. The bills, each of which amends New York City’s administrative code, have been …

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