Speaker 1: This is CMA. And here are the stories that matter right now, Facebook decided not to publicize a report about its most viewed content in the first three months of the year, because of concerns, the data could make the company look bad. The report showed that the most viewed link in the first quarter was a news article with the headline, a healthy doctor, two weeks after getting a COVID 19 vaccine. CDC is investigating why according to the New York times, Facebook executives debated whether the results of the [00:00:30] report would harm Facebook's image as it had already come under fire for not stopping the spread of COVID 19 misinformation, a California judge ruled on Friday that proposition 22, a measure passed by voters last year, allowing Uber, Lyft and other gig companies to classify workers as independent contractors, rather than employees violated the state's constitution, Alameda county superior court.
Speaker 1: Judge Frank Roche ruled the law improperly crimps. The state's ability to set workplace standards [00:01:00] declaring the law. Institutional Roche wrote that proposition 22 limits the power of a future legislator to define app based drivers as workers, subject to workers, compensation law, the us food and drug administration could give full approval to Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine. As early as Monday, according to a report from the New York times, regulators were, are reportedly working to finish paperwork and negotiations with the company on Friday. The two dose Pfizer vaccine is currently being given in the us [00:01:30] under an emergency use authorization, which was granted in December full approval would allow Pfizer to market its vaccine directly to consumers and could make it easier for government agencies and schools to require vaccination. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting.