Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - October 1 2021

Newsletter 10/01/2021

Scan QR-code menus with a side of caution, say privacy experts

Restaurant patrons who've grown accustomed during the pandemic to whipping out their phones to access menus using QR codes should understand the implications for their personal data, say privacy and cyber-security experts.- CBC News

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Quebec passes law to make protesting outside schools, hospitals and vaccinations sites illegal

The Quebec government has made it illegal to protest within 50 metres of schools, daycares, hospitals, medical clinics, mobile clinics, COVID-19 vaccination sites and testing centres. People who protest or help organize them will be subject to fines of $1,000 to $6,000. Those fines double for anyone who "threatens or intimidates a person who is going to, trying to access or leaving" these types of facilities.- CBC News

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Mayim Bialik Says She And Neil Patrick Harris Stopped Talking After 'Rent' Diss

“Jeopardy!” interim host Mayim Bialik was explaining her dislike of musicals Tuesday on “The Late Late Show” when she recalled her falling-out with Neil Patrick Harris after he performed in “Rent” in the 1990s. Bialik and her boyfriend went to see Harris, then a friend, in the production. When the show got a standing ovation, an underwhelmed Bialik said she turned to her companion and said: “I don’t want to stand for this.”-Huffington Post Entertainment

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51% of French do not believe in God, survey says

A new survey shows that fewer and fewer people in France believe in God. The French Opinion and marketing research institute (IFOP), on behalf of the journalists' association Ajir, has recently released The Relationship of the French to Religion survey. The IFOP survey found that 51% of respondents say they do not believe in God, whereas in 1947, 66% of respondents declared themselves to be believers. -CHVN Radio

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