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The privacy of passengers Saint Louis has banned taxi drivers from live streaming video the decision came after a local driver for Uber and lift broadcast live video of his writers online without their knowledge or consent. The taxicab commission is expected to keep the new policy in place, the commission already required giving visible signs notifying customers. If a taxi has video or audio recording devices when the driver was fired Uber and. Lips said that he violated policies banning, disrespectful behavior and using customers information for personal gain. But neither company has specific policies banning live streaming or saying how drivers recordings of passengers can be used. They leave that up to the local regulations. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says Neal's have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the silver says it's consumer terrorism and the nightmare for the industry industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand, both the first two grizzly bear hunts in the lower forty eight states in almost three decades won't be happening. A US district. Judge delayed the hunts for two more weeks saying he needed more time to consider if federal protections for the animals should be restored up to twenty three bears could be killed in the hunts planned in Wyoming and Idaho wildlife advocates and native American tribes requested the additional two week delay after suing the government to restore the bears threatened species status, and extending the delay. The judge said there remained serious questions regarding whether the government acted lawfully in lifting protections on an estimated seven hundred bears in the three state Yellowstone region. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcasts win while. You're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, North Carolina is still in the grips of Florence..

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