'Project Tinman:' How Peloton Planned to Conceal Rust on Its Fancy Exercise Bikes

Peloton has faced a number of crises in recent months, now the company is facing yet another as details of a plan to conceal the internal corrosion of exercise machines referred to internally as “Project Tinman,” are made public. One outraged employee who came forward said: “It was the single driving factor in my beginning stages of hatred for the company that I had spent the previous year and a half falling in love with.”

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SUNY Binghamton Rebukes Professor for Implementing Anti-White 'Progressive Stacking' in Class

SUNY Binghamton administrators have rebuked a professor who implemented race and sex policies in her syllabus that specified she would be calling on non-white and female students first. The university said professor Ana Maria Candela’s “progressive stacking” policy “clearly violates” the school’s principles.

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Report: Alleged GiveSendGo Leak Shows Canadians Donated Most to Freedom Convoy

The Canadian Press revealed on Monday that an alleged hack shows the majority of funds to the civil rights “Freedom Convoy” in the country on the website GiveSendGo come from Canada.

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Rumble Offers Joe Rogan $100 Million Four-Year Deal with Commitment to 'No Censorship'

Video-hosting platform Rumble is offering famed podcaster Joe Rogan a $100 million deal to leave Spotify and appear exclusively on the upstart YouTube competitor. The offer arrives amid Rogan facing calls from the cancel culture mob to remove him from Spotify over alleged misinformation regarding the Chinese coronavirus, and more recently, his past usage of the N-word during podcast episodes.

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Joe Biden Promotes Future of Electric Cars After Test Driving $100K Electric Hummer

President Joe Biden test drove the all-new electric Hummer during his visit to a General Motors (GM) factory in Michigan on Wednesday, promoting the future of electric vehicles in the United States.

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Trump: 'Twitter Is Really Boring — A Lot of People Are Leaving Twitter'

Near the end of his presidency, Donald Trump was kicked off of social media platform Twitter for alleged violations of its terms of service. More than three months have passed since, and during an interview that aired on Friday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Hannity,” Trump discussed how he was getting his message out without access to Twitter or Facebook. “I think all of that, but I’m getting the word out because we are doing releases. Every time I do a release, it’s all over the place. It is better than Twitter. Much more elegant than Twitter, and Twitter is really boring. A lot of people are leaving Twitter. It has become very, very boring. When I started with Twitter years ago, it was like a failed thing, concept, a platform, fail. It was failed. And it became exciting. And I think I had a lot to do with it, to be honest with you, it became exciting. Now it is boring. It is no good anymore. The people were telling me.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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China Mandates Livestream Platforms Collect Private Info to Swiftly Handle 'Bad Information'

Chinese live-streaming platforms are now required to collect personal information and “social credit codes” from their users so internet regulators may “immediately handle” any behavior deemed illegal or “immoral” by the ruling Communist Party, the Chinese government mandated Friday. According to an April 23 regulation issued by seven Chinese government agencies, including China’s Cyberspace Administration and China’s Ministry of Public Security: [L]ivestreamers will need to provide their real names as well as social credit codes to the livestreaming marketing platforms they use. The platforms will in turn have to submit their identity information and other information concerning tax to local tax authorities. Livestreamers will also need to be above the age of 16 unless they’re under supervision of an adult [sic]. “In addition, these platforms will step up monitoring of livestreaming content and must immediately handle any illegal and bad information,” China’s state-run Global Times noted. The mandate takes effect May 25 and “requires livestreaming platforms to blacklist those with records of serious violations or immorality,” according to China Daily, a newspaper owned by the publicity department of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). “The regulation … stipulates people engaged in livestreamed marketing must provide true, accurate, and necessary information

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U. of Iowa Prof Elizabeth Pearce Offers Thanksgiving Meals to Students Stuck on Campus

A professor at the University of Iowa has offered Thanksgiving meals to students that are stuck on campus as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Professor Elizabeth Pearce received an outpouring of praise and support after her message to her students went viral. According to a report by Good Morning America, Professor Elizabeth Pearce of the University of Iowa went viral this week after she offered Thanksgiving meals to students that will spend the holiday on campus due to the pandemic. In the email, Pearce said that she wanted to offer a home-cooked family dinner to students that had chosen to stay on campus over the holiday weekend. Good morning. I know this has been a difficult time for a lot of you — some of you have had Covid, some of you are currently in quarantine, and some of you may not be able to go home for Thanksgiving as you have family members who are socially distancing. I don’t want anyone to feel alone at Thanksgiving, or to miss out on a homecooked family dinner, so I want to invite you to share my Thanksgiving dinner. I’ve talked with my kids and we would be happy to

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The Merging of US and Israeli National Security States is Accelerating Amid COVID-19

A two-pronged initiative by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Department of Homeland Security is set to substantially increase Israel’s

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American Judge Says He Is “Tentatively Inclined” To Reject Bayer's Monsanto Settlement

As the EU’s antitrust regulator announces another round of sweeping antitrust investigations into the big US tech behemoths. an American

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Democrats to Hold Largely Virtual Convention

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed U.S. Democrats to take the historic step of moving most of the party’s August convention

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The High-Tech Profiling of Native Americans Under COVID-19 Could Be Headed Your Way

By now it is no secret that COVID-19 is being used to justify profiteering, power grabs, and the incremental decimation

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The High-Tech Profiling of Native Americans Under COVID-19 Could Be Headed Your Way

By now it is no secret that COVID-19 is being used to justify profiteering, power grabs, and the incremental decimation

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