Internet group sues Georgia to block law requiring sites to gather data on sellers (2024)

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An internet trade group is suing the state of Georgia to block a law requiring sites to gather data on high-volume sellers who collect payment in cash or some other offline method

  • By JEFF AMY - Associated Press

An internet trade group is suing the state of Georgia to block a law requiring online classified sites to gather data on high-volume sellers who advertise online but collect payment in cash or some other offline method.

NetChoice, which represents companies including Facebook parent Meta and Craigslist, filed the lawsuit Thursday in federal court in Atlanta. The group argues that the Georgia law scheduled to take effect July 1 is blocked by an earlier federal law, violates the First Amendment rights of sellers, buyers and online services, and is unconstitutionally vague.

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Vista Outdoor Rejects Unsolicited Indication of Interest from MNC Capital

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Vista Outdoor Receives $2+ Billion Offer from an Alternative Party for The Kinetic Group

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Coffee, sculptures and financial advice. Banks try to make new branches less intimidating

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After years of closing or mostly neglecting physical bank branches across the U.S., the nation’s largest banks are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on refurbishing old locations or building new ones, and in the process changing the look, feel and purpose of the local bank branch. Many of these branches are larger, airier, and meant to feel more comfortable for those walking in with difficult financial questions. They are a contrast to the marble-clad temples to finance built 50 or 75 years ago and the stale cookie-cutter branches that cluttered suburban malls 20 years ago.

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The US says it and Poland are launching group to help Ukraine counter Kremlin disinformation

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The United States says it is setting up an operation in the Polish capital to help neighboring Ukraine counter Russian disinformation. Poland is a member of NATO along the military alliance’s eastern front. It has been a hub for Western weapons sent to Ukraine as it battles Russia's full-scale invasion. Polish officials increasingly say Poland is also a target of sabotage and other disruptive measures by the Russian secret services. The U.S. statement accuses the Kremlin of using “lies and manipulation” to hide its true aims and fracture solidarity for Ukraine.

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Recurrent Energy and SPIC Inaugurate 446 MWp Solar Complex in Brazil

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GUELPH, ON, June 10, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Recurrent Energy, a subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc. ("Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ) and a global developer, owner, and operator of solar and energy storage assets, announced today the inauguration of the 446 MWp / 360 MWac Marangatu Solar Complex…

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Life in Full Bloom: Lutheran Life Communities Unveils Fun and Educational Summer Event Series for Seniors

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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., June 10, 2024 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Lutheran Life Communities launches a fun and educational summer event series for its three entrance-fee Life Plan Communities in the Chicagoland area: Luther Oaks, Pleasant View and Wittenberg Village.

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Voices for Humanity Goes the Extra Mile to Battle Drug Abuse With Gergő Németh

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 10, 2024 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Scientology Network’s VOICES FOR HUMANITY, the weekly series presenting heroic changemakers from a variety of faiths, cultures and nations, working to uplift their communities, announces a new episode featuring Hungarian anti-drug ac…

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MCT Reports A 7% Mortgage Lock Volume Increase In Latest Indices Report

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SAN DIEGO, Calif., June 10, 2024 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Mortgage Capital Trading, Inc. (MCT®), the de facto leader in innovative mortgage capital markets technology, announced today an increase of 6.78% in mortgage lock volume compared to the previous month. To gain comprehensive insights i…

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Italy's Jannik Sinner overtakes Novak Djokovic to debut at No. 1 in the ATP rankings

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Moderna Announces Positive Phase 3 Data for Combination Vaccine Against Influenza and COVID-19

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European election dents German leader's authority, boosts conservatives and the far right

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Dismal results for Germany’s governing parties in the European Parliament election have dented Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s authority and could prompt even more of the infighting that just cost the government dearly. A clear win for Germany’s mainstream conservative opposition boosts its confidence as the country begins to look ahead to a national election expected in the fall of 2025, but raises questions about why it isn’t benefiting more from the unpopularity of Scholz’s government. And a second-place finish for the far-right Alternative for Germany, despite scandals and setbacks, underlines its enduring appeal to many unsettled voters and its strength in the formerly communist east.

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A van falls into a river in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, killing 16 people, mostly children

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Officials say a van has fallen from a mountain road into a river in the Pakistan-administered disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, killing 16 people, mostly children. A statement released by the disaster management authority on Monday said the incident happened in the Neelam Valley. It said the dead included nine children and four women, while four others were injured. Authorities said divers had so far found six bodies and the search for the remaining bodies was still underway. Kashmir is divided between neighboring India and Pakistan, with both claiming the entire territory.

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Why the Tony winning author of 'A Strange Loop' wants to upend the American musical

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LOS ANGELES — Before dedicating himself to musical theater, playwright and composer Michael R. Jackson had a different dream: to be a soap opera writer.

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Pacquiao looks for comeback title fight against Mario Barrios

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Manny Pacquiao says that a title fight against Mario Barrios is in the works, with details still being ironed out. Pacquiao is a former world champion who retired in 2021. He spoke in Japan to promote a three-round exhibition on July 28 against Japanese MMA fighter Chihiro Suzuki. Pacquiao says the fight is "still in under negotiation,” He hinted any eventual fight would be in November or December. But he said his mind was only on Suzuki.

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Ishana Night Shyamalan loves scary stories, Philly suburbs and 'Love Island UK'

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PHILADELPHIA — The new horror movie "The Watchers," now in theaters, comes from a director whose family name you know, but whose filmmaking style you'll see for the first time on the big screen: Ishana Night Shyamalan.

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Review: In 'Queenie,' Dionne Brown subtly portrays a woman undergoing a quarter-life crisis

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"Queenie," which premiered last week on Hulu, is a lovely dramedy based on Candice Carty-Williams' 2019 novel of the same name. Reviews of the London-set book described it as a "Black 'Bridget Jones,' " but it belongs to a long line of stories of evolving young or youngish women plumbing the…

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A child p*rn conviction and angry ‘Star Trek’ fans: Inside the drama around a new sci-fi museum

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LOS ANGELES — Sci-Fi World, a new “museum” that promises fans real and replica props, costumes and sets from popular films and TV shows, hosted its opening “gala” on Memorial Day in the historic former Sears building just a couple of blocks from the Santa Monica Pier.

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Glenn Whipp: Julia Louis-Dreyfus would like to talk about death

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LOS ANGELES — How old do you feel?

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The 24 best songs of 2024 so far

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With nearly half of 2024 behind us, it's looking unlikely that anyone will top Taylor Swift's record sales, that anyone will write a diss-track grimmer than "Meet the Grahams" or that anyone will cancel an arena tour more unhappily than Jennifer Lopez just did hers. What we will get over the…

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European elections are 1st electoral setback for Sweden's populist party with far-right roots

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The elections in Sweden to the European Parliament marked the first electoral setback for the Swedish populist party with far-right roots. Sweden Democrats, the Scandinavian country’s second largest party, came fourth with 13.2 % of the votes, down 2.2%, according to preliminary figures. That made Sweden one of the few countries in Europe where the far-right was in retreat. A political analyst with Swedish broadcaster SVT said that the Sweden Democrats' poor showing was “the election night’s greatest sensation.” Mats Knutson added that one likely reason was that the migration issue wasn’t particularly important to voters in Sweden this time.

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Writing on the wall: Giants coach Ryan Christenson has turned lineup cards into art

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Ukraine's air force may keep F-16 warplanes abroad to protect them from Russian strikes

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A senior Ukrainian military officer says that the country's air force may keep some of the F-16 fighter jets it’s set to receive from its Western allies at foreign bases to protect them from Russian strikes. Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway have committee to provide Ukraine with over 60 U.S.-made F-16s. Ukrainian pilots are currently undergoing training to fly them ahead of the deliveries expected to start later this year. Serhii Holubtsov, head of aviation within Ukraine’s air force, told the U.S. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty that “a certain number of aircraft will be stored at secure air bases outside of Ukraine so that they are not targeted here.”

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With Shohei Ohtani out of the picture, get ready for what could be a wide open race for AL MVP

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In the Stanley Cup Final for a 3rd time in 5 years, Florida's Carter Verhaeghe keeps scoring goals

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Carlos Alcaraz owns 3 Grand Slam titles at age 21 and his Wimbledon title defense starts July 1

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Carlos Alcaraz plans to continue his tradition of celebrating Grand Slam titles with tattoos by getting ink of the date he won his first French Open championship and a drawing of the Eiffel Tower. That art will go near his right ankle to help him remember Sunday’s 6-3, 2-6, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2 comeback against Alexander Zverev in the final at Roland Garros. His right ankle already bears the date of his 2023 Wimbledon triumph. His left arm carries the date of his first major trophy at the 2022 U.S. Open. At the rate he’s going, who knows how many such achievements the 21-year-old from Spain might accumulate. His title defense at the All England Club begins July 1.

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Analysis: The chance was there for Dallas in Game 2, but Mavs now face even tougher road vs. Boston

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EXPLAINER: What caused Agustín Canapino’s leave of absence from IndyCar, and how long might it last?

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Argentinian driver Agustín Canapino’s future in IndyCar is unclear after his team pulled him from Road America shortly before the first practice of the weekend. Juncos Hollinger Racing didn’t believe Canapino was focused enough to race in the fallout of his third social media firestorm in a year. The team hasn’t said if Canapino will be back in the No. 78 Chevrolet when IndyCar resumes at Laguna Seca in California later this month.

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Ex-Arizona State star Leon Marchand is ready for his moment swimming for France at Paris Olympics

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Leon Marchand has been determined since his sixth-place finish in the 400-meter individual medley at the Tokyo Olympics to leave his mark on the Paris Games at home in France. With family, friends and an entire nation watching, the individual medley specialist is poised to be one of the faces of the Paris Olympics. Hardly the imposing physical specimen of Michael Phelps or 6-foot-5 Australian star Ian Thorpe, the 170-pound Marchand moved across the world to work with Phelps' longtime coach, Bob Bowman, at Arizona State. They recently won the program's first NCAA title.

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