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Instagram to let users filter out abusive messages

Instagram is launching new tools that allow users to filter abusive direct messages. The filter looks for certain words, phrases and even emojis that indicate abusive content, the social media company said. The list of abusive content is compiled by Facebook, Instagram’s parent company, which is used to filter through DM requests, but users are allowed to add their own words to it. The new tool set was designed to also make it more difficult for previously blocked people to contact users again using a new account. Instagram also won’t allow recidivism, which means if someone’s account...

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Regal Cinema in Belltower to reopen this week

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Movie lovers rejoice! The Regal Cinema in Fort Myers will reopen Friday, April 23. Mortal Kombat will headline the new movie releases along with The Unholy and Godzilla vs. Kong. Other movie releases will follow in the coming weeks including Spiral, A Quiet Place Part II and F9. Movie theater guests will be asked to follow the new health and safety measures that have been set by Regal Cinemas. The new guidelines include mask wearing, social distancing and health screenings. The post Regal Cinema in Belltower to reopen this week appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (W...

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Natty lights moves beyond beer into spiked ice pops, flavored vodka

Natural Light has been recognizable for its cheap beer, but the 44-year-old brand is branching out with new products. The brewer, owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, has rapidly expanded its options in recent years with new flavors and spiked seltzers, reported CNN. Now, the company is releasing boozy popsicles and flavored vodkas. “We want to be the preferred alcohol brand — not just for beer — for drinkers between 21 and 30 years old,” said Daniel Blake, vice president of US value brands at Anheuser-Busch. In an interview with CNN Business, he said the brand is accomplishing that with...

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Dr. Laju Mathew, Board Certified Dermatologist, Joins the Siperstein Dermatology Group, Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — Dr. Laju Mathew, a board certified dermatologist with more than 10 years of experience, joins the prestigious team of board certified dermatologists, board certified facial plastic surgeon, physicians assistants and laser technicians at Siperstein Dermatology Group. Her goal as a skin care provider is to take the very best care of her patients and help them achieve their skin care goals. “We are excited to have Dr. Mathew join our team and we look forward to her providing our patients with unparalleled skin care,” said Dr. Robyn Siperstein,...

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Hottinger announces new, high performance weekly signals are now available for ETF future and option traders

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — HottingerSignals.com, LLC is proud to announce the release of its newest algorithm for producing weekly trading signals on 5 ETF’s: SPY, QQQ, GLD, IWM, XBI, and their parallel E-Mini futures. The previous algorithms Hottinger Signals had been using were not providing a signal each week (due to market volatility caused by the covid virus). This new algorithm does produce a signal each week for each of these ETF’s. Back-testing, which used data as far back as 2000, produced truly remarkable results: * Winning percentages were above 70%,...

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Apple to let Parler back on App Store

Apple has approved Parler’s return to the iOS app store following improvements the social media company made to better detect and moderate hate speech and incitement. The decision clears the way for Parler, an app popular with conservatives, to be downloaded again on Apple devices. In a letter sent to Congress by Apple, the company explained that since the app was removed from Apple’s platform in January for violations of its policies, Parler “has proposed updates to its app and the app’s content moderation practices.” On April 14, Apple’s app review team...

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Restaurant offering free burgers for a year… with a catch

Restaurants offer freebies fairly often, but this one is asking you to make a permanent commitment to reap the reward. A California-based restaurant chain is offering free burgers for a year to anyone who gets a permanent tattoo — offered for free — bearing the restaurants name. Farmer Boys has teamed up with The Honorable Society and Las Vegas’ Rockin’ Ink Tattoo for the promotion that is celebrating the chain’s 40th anniversary. People who want to participate must fill out a form online by May 21 to schedule an appointment. They must be 18 years or older. Farmer...

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‘Urgent warning’ issued for Peloton’s Tread+ users after dangerous incidents

A US government agency issued an “urgent warning” for users of Peloton’s Tread+ following multiple dangerous incidents with the machine, including a child’s death. In a news release Saturday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said it has become aware of 39 accidents involving the treadmill, including “multiple reports of children becoming entrapped, pinned, and pulled under” the $4,295 device. The CPSC said it’s urging customers with small children and pets to stop using the machine immediately. The statement comes after a March incident...

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Crypto craze: Dogecoin spikes 300% in a week

CNBC — Dogecoin was created as a joke. Now it’s a top-10 digital currency worth $34 billion. The cryptocurrency is based on the “Doge” meme, which became popular back in 2013. The meme portrays a Shibu Inu dog alongside nonsensical phrases in multicolored, Comic Sans-font text. Created in 2013 by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer, Dogecoin was intended to be used as a faster but “fun” alternative to bitcoin. The project that wass started to poke fun has miraculously turned a profit, worth a staggering $34 billion, according to crypto market data site...

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Lawsuit targets pay policy of Orlando based Darden Restaurants

ORLANDO, Fla.(AP)– Olive Garden’s parent company is being sued by a group seeking higher guaranteed wages for restaurant workers. One Fair Wage filed the lawsuit against Orlando based Darden Restaurants on Thursday. Darden has more than 167,000 hourly workers in the United States and Canada. Darden Restaurants owns Longhorn Steakhouse, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, Yard House and The Capital Grille in addition to Olive Garden. According to the lawsuit, Darden has a policy of paying tip earning workers as low as $2.13 per hour in the states that allow subminimum wage practices. Tips...

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