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Month: March 2020

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We’re running a story about Onlyfans and would like to make something abundantly clear

As a college newspaper --- we are far more liberal than most of the competitors throughout England and even beyond. While we do work with a lot of them, we don't hold the same beliefs as them. The article we intend to run tonight exposes what appears to be financial fraud and discrepancies at the hands of Onlyfans.com (which legally in the UK is actually known as Fenix International LTD.) We're penning this bulletin in an effort to remind people that sex workers are humans also. There is nothing wrong with sex work, in fact, it is literally one of the oldest professions in human history. The stigma surrounding sex work exists because for whatever reason it has long been wrongfully criminalised. This article and those that follow are in no way to shame or attempt to force sex ...
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Exclusive: British subscription site @Onlyfans accused of widespread user abuse; mismanagement, and outright fraud

This investigative piece was brought on after dozens of Onlyfans performers contacted our editorial team providing clear and concise evidence that Onlyfans appears to be sabotaging their own users. This story contains evidence that Onlyfans may be engaging in otherwise questionably illegal activity and might need to be investigated by the Scotland Yard. We took it a step further to run a check on "Onlyfans" and it's story. There isn't actually a registration in the U.K for Onlyfans.com under that name at least. We couldn't find any form of previous registrations for them directly... however..... We did find one for their parent company. As it turns out --- legally they're called Fentix International. This is important because not allot of people have ever even heard of that c...
By the numbers: Here are the latest Coronavirus numbers for the UK
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By the numbers: Here are the latest Coronavirus numbers for the UK

According to publicly available data in the UK, the following numbers are actively the latest case numbers and total deaths from the novel Coronavirus. Dated: 31 March 2020 (Tuesday) According to official numbers ----- another 180 people died in the past 24 hours bringing the total number of deaths to 1,415. This does not include six more in Scotland and one in Northern Island. The total number of daily deaths is still a small decrease from the day prior.
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The UK has doubled the number of crisis beds on the Falkland Islands

In response to the growing number of cases from the novel Coronavirus, officials confirmed on Tuesday morning that the number of intensive care beds across the Falkland Islands have increased. The news comes amid reports that some on the islands are showing symptoms of the killer bug, the islands in which are home to more than 3k civilians and thousands of military personnel. According to Sky News, British officials have now doubled those beds as the islands only have one actual hospital. Medics and other necessary gear are being flown into the islands in an effort to combat any possible clusters appearing in the regional area.
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Amid pandemic, Macy ‘s and more set to furlough nearly all of their employees

In the midst of a global pandemic, even Macy 's couldn't withstand one of the most harrowing illnesses to strike humanity in recent memory. On Monday, it was announced that Macy's; Gap, Banana Republic, and pretty much all of those stores in between will furlough the remains of what was their workforce. Macy 's itself confirmed that all but a "minimal essential part of its workforce" will be furloughed. The Macy's at Tyson's Corner Center in McLean, Virginia, sits closed Monday.   (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) Macy 's wouldn't confirm the exact number but told multiple media outlets Monday night that it would include nearly all of its workforce. Gap and Banana Republic subsequently confirmed that at least 80,000 of its 129k employees are also set to be furloughed...
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In new turn of events, NYPD to begin breaking up people on subway cars to further social distancing efforts

Looks like those crowded NYC subways and those awful delays are finally starting to catch up to the bleak reality New Yorkers now live. According to the betrothed mayor De Blasio, the NYPD has been instructed to begin breaking up subway cars that have lots of people on them (ordering people off at any given time.) This comes as the MTA is experiencing severe delays; missing trains, some even shut down entirely as ridership continues to plummet. Making the comments to NY1, De Blasio reiterated that people will be fined for violating social distancing rules. The PD is going to go out there, if they see any overcrowding they are going to split it up,' de Blasio continued. 'Pull people off the train, move them along into different cars, whatever it takes.  'This is literally ...
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#CoronavirusInSA SA to formally roll out mass Coronavirus testing

Editors note: Editorial has been directed by our master editors to curate and display content from within South Africa. This more often than not results in significant spikes in traffic and attention to this newspaper. We are not obligated to tend to takedown orders of any articles or information related to the Coronavirus in South Africa at any time. JOHANNESBURG --- South Africa is one of many countries now rolling out mass testing in a desperate bid to quell the novel Coronavirus. According to translated information provided to The Daily News, officials across numerous villages and regional areas confirmed that mass testing is indeed on the way. We've confirmed that the government intends to send field workers to the homes of South Africans across the region. Please ...
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#CoronavirusinSA Video appears to show South African police beating residents for allegedly violating quarantine orders

EDITORS NOTE: This video appears to have been shot from within a home window in Durban South Africa. This video appears to be authentic although the context behind the video isn't fully known. There are dozens of videos at this point out of South Africa of police engaging in behaviour that otherwise is actually illegal. The Daily News has stumbled upon some pretty disturbing footage this evening that appears to have been shot from a neighbourhood in Durban South Africa. The video shows what we've confirmed to be a police officer in the area violently beating a man who some say may have violated quarantine orders, while others tell The Daily News that he simply was in his own yard. Multiple people have told us that this video appears to have been shot in Durban South A...
Coronavirus recoveries + total case numbers and more as of 30 March 2020
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Coronavirus recoveries + total case numbers and more as of 30 March 2020

This is an informational post by The Daily News meant to inform people of a few positives in the midst of one of the most harrowing life-events many of us have ever experienced. According to Worldmeters.info, There are now 776,105 confirmed cases and 37,126 deaths from the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak as of March 30, 2020, 21:02 GMT. Currently Infected 574,351Mild Condition 544,884(95%) Serious or Critical 29,467(5%)  Cases with Outcome201,754Recovered/Discharged164,628(82%) Deaths37,126(18%)
NYC ‘s confirmed cases + death numbers as of 30 March 2020
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NYC ‘s confirmed cases + death numbers as of 30 March 2020

In this article we bring you the updated case numbers in New York and the number of deaths (both of which have seen a complete jump.). According to officials --- 112 more deaths were recorded in New York in the past 24 hours. There were 36,221 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across the five boroughs by 10:30 a.m. Monday, a 12% increase from 32,308 at 9:30 a.m. Sunday per publicly available Health Department data seen by The Daily News. According to the same data, 52% of those cases were people mostly under the age of 50. The average age being 48 years old.
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A U.S Senator is under investigation for sketchy stock deals that happened as the stock market “crashed”

A new Justice Department report is out and it has confirmed that Senator Burr is now under federal investigation for apparent insider trading and possibly illegal stock deals. According to the report, Burr was placed under investigation over the weekend as scrutiny over a series of stock deals continued to grow. It's worth noting that it is quite common for the SEC and the FBI to investigate stocks and trading deals when high levels of scrutiny are present. In the 48 hours leading up to the Coronavirus market crash, Burr sold upwards of $1.7m worth of stocks. Burr's lawyer Alice Fisher reportedly told CNN in a delivered statement:  The Senator “welcomes a thorough review of the facts in this matter, which will establish that his actions were appropriate.” “The law is clear ...
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NYC to begin handing out fines for those who don’t adhere to social distancing guidelines: Mayor

On Sunday, despot Mayor Bill De Blasio confirmed to multiple outlets that officers now have the greenlight to begin enforcing fines to those not following the rules. According to the New York Post, De Blasio made the comments amid other reports that the city 's coronavirus cases are simply spiraling out of control. Andrew Kelly/REUTERS “It’s as simple as this,” he said per the Post “If someone is told by an officer ‘Disperse, keep moving,’ … and they don’t follow the direct instruction from the officer — or they say they’re doing it, then they come back right away — I’m comfortable at this point that they will be fined.”
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Treasury Sec: Expect stimulus checks to be direct deposited in 3 weeks [Trending]

Most of America although it isn't much is hoping to get their hands on the stimulus checks now being prepared by the Treasury Department. This week --- the government confirmed that the checks should be deposited in roughly 3 weeks (sometime exactly roughly around the 2nd week of April) for those who used their banks for prior tax returns. As we've mentioned before here are some things to remember: Most people will get up to $1,200 (+ $500 per kid)Couples will get up to $2,400 (depending on combined income/kids/+$500 per kid.)This is not taxable income, therefore despite misinformation online, you will not be required to pay it back at the end of the year. The government may give more if the virus continues based on the legislation. It's important to remember that this money is a...
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The Grim Sleeper, one of the world’s most notorious serial killers has died in prison

In one of the most bizarre serial killer cases humankind has probably ever seen, The Grim Sleeper (aka Lonnie Franklin) died this weekend in prison. Franklin was sentenced to death for at least 10 (known) murders of various young women in 2016. It wasn't until the early 2000 's when new DNA technology and DNA matching capabilities emerged that authorities placed a match to his relative. There, they managed to connect Franklin 's DNA to nearly all of the heinous murders. Franklin notoriously terrorised parts of Los Angeles from 1987 clear until 2007. It was decades before Los Angeles police and federal authorities actually captured him, mostly because at the time there was a large and sizeable biased towards poor black communities --- and even a larger one against women who ...
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The feds are tracking the cell phones of Americans to combat the Coronavirus

Turns out those pesky reports about CDC officials and the federal government tracking cell phones to combat the virus .. ehum.. are actually true. According to reports --- officials sometime over the weekend launched the tracking efforts to determine who; where, and when in terms of the virus and hotspots. Reports are now out confirming that using mobile advertising data, users cell phone data is being gobbled up by the CDC and federal officials in hundreds of cities. In fact, at some point, the feds are reportedly hoping that upwards of 500 cities will be monitored in a widespread effort to combat the virus. What's not included in the reported data: sensitive phone data; a cell phone user's name, and the like. Here's what it does actually show: It does apparently give locat...
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