The injury happened when a passenger riding an EasyMile bus in Columbus, Ohio, fell from her seat as the bus made an emergency stop. At the time the bus was driving at seven miles per hour. The incident caused the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to order EasyMile to stop carrying passengers on all of its U.S.-based buses as the regulator probes “safety issues related to both vehicle technology and operations.” … [Read more...] about U.S. regulators order self-driving bus operator EasyMile to stop carrying passengers
Fake news how to stop it
We recently implemented a policy to prohibit ads that refer to the coronavirus and create a sense of urgency, like implying a limited supply, or guaranteeing a cure or prevention. We also have policies for surfaces like Marketplace that prohibit similar behavior. … [Read more...] about Facebook bans ads that promise to prevent or cure the coronavirus
To my mind, considering the nature of Indian demographics, staying focussed on saving taxes is a good idea at this point, even though the government may be hoping that you consume more. If you opt for the new option, whereby you stop making those investments that qualify for tax exemptions and tax benefits such as those under Chapter VI-A and Sec 80C – PPF, LIC, ELSS, EPF – and those under Sec 24, i.e., interest on housing loans, and opt for a lower tax bracket, this choice may seem like a good one in the short term, but may be challenging to deal with in the long term. … [Read more...] about Budget 2020’s paradox of choice to taxpayers: to spend or to save?