Microsoft Decides to Search Your Data in ‘Offensive Language’ Ban
Starting May 1, Microsoft will begin enforcing a ban on “offensive language.” To do so, they have determined that they have the right to mine private user data to “investigate.”
A new Microsoft Terms of Service agreement will soon take effect across their broad spectrum of products and services, granting them license to ban accounts on Xbox Live, Skype, and more. Cursing can trigger that ban, and so can any sexually suggestive material. If Cortana so much as hears you utter an impolite word, you are eligible to have your accounts — and their respective digital balances — terminated.
Stop Windows 10 From Recording Your Keystrokes, Speech and Handwriting
Ottawa making it easier for doctors to prescribe methadone and heroin
The federal government is taking steps to make it easier for doctors to prescribe methadone and pharmaceutical grade heroin.
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor made the announcement Monday morning in Ottawa at the Shepherds of Good Hope, a homeless shelter that offers programs to drug addicts.
“The changes we’ve announced today will allow health care practitioners to prescribe and administer methadone treatment without needing to apply for an exemption from federal law,” Taylor said.
Sweden Loses Track of Thousands of Rejected Migrants, Refugee Children
A total of 223 underage asylum seekers have been reported missing following expulsion decision in January and February this year alone. They join thousands of their peers who have gone under radar in recent years, the Swedish daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter reported, citing an increase compared with the same period in 2017.
Some of the “lost” children remain in the country as vagrants, whereas others turned to other EU countries in search of asylum. Acting Children’s Ombudsperson Anna Karin Hildingson Boqvist said this trend was worrying, calling for more measures to prevent children seeking asylum from “missing.”
3 Common Traits of School Shooters
t’s time to get serious about school safety.
Nearly 20 years separate the horrible tragedies at Columbine High School in Colorado and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In that time, too little has been done to make our schools safer.
That’s why our grieving nation is again searching for a solution. If America is ready to get serious about school safety, we need to focus on a range of pressing issues—including mental health, family breakdown, culture, media, and more.
TAX ON TAX: Trudeau Charging GST On Top Of Carbon Taxes
Another lie by Justin Trudeau has been exposed. Just yesterday, I wrote about how the Trudeau government blocked the opposition from sharing a report showing the carbon tax isn’t revenue neutral.
Now, clear evidence has exposed Trudeau’s deception.
First reported by Mia Rabson in the Canadian Press, it turns out that the federal government will make up to $280 million after charging GST on top of the carbon taxes in Alberta and BC. That will raise the cost of utilities, food, gas, and countless other items.
Our modern crisis of school shootings has provoked demands that “something be done” but no one seems to be offering any concrete solutions. Additionally, security methods that work for one school may not work in another because of cultural or economic factors.
The federal government should (did I really just write that?!) offer security suggestions, guidelines, and options to the states, as well as requiring that these safeguards be in place any time students are on school property. Schools could then design a program tailored to their needs, with subsidies provided to help establish, maintain, and upgrade their safety programs.
Or we can let the left create a Reichstag Moment through more massacres.