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"jim stiers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Problems on how to safely reopen LA county school LAUSD superintendent Austin Peters said during a video briefing they have not made a decision whether to reopen schools in the fall we have a team of educators families students looking at how we might return to school facilities on August eighteenth the health and safety of all the school community the learning needs of students and impact the viruses having on families are each difficult problems to solve Peter said they did a poll of parents and staff and it shows many just don't feel comfortable with their children returning to the classroom in August Emily Valdez K. next ten seventy news radio another concern for the upcoming school year new survey says many schools are still far behind when it comes to giving students the tools they need for a more learning the study finds that across the U. S. about thirty percent of kids are unable to do remote learning because they don't have either computers or access to high speed internet basically one out of St students does not have the technology and tools necessary to do normal distance learning like my kids are able to do Jim Stiers CEO of common sense media which released the survey says they also found between three hundred and four hundred thousand teachers also don't have the devices or connective itty that they need to teach remotely and stars as the bay area is not immune to this new digital divide the biggest problems are in low income school districts oftentimes communities of color where there is not enough connectivity or devices for the students to do the kind of distance learning that all kids should have the right to do talks are under way in Washington to include more distance learning funding is part of the next annulus package but Starr says resources are needed immediately so there is an even more learning loss when school begins in the fall it was Matt big were from our sister station KCBS radio education experts also warn remote learning could have a lifelong impact on many students delaying their academic progress.

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Requesting your data how it's collected and making it very easy for you to exercise your right at you can find that common sense out or and you're absolutely right to the net it's going to be incredibly important in the coming months to educate everyone in California about their new right and then for everybody to take advantage of these rights because finally privacy is in your hands and you get to you get to exercise back to a common sense will be doing a massive public awareness campaign starting on January first to educate you and everyone else about the right so obviously new people are new companies that you're giving data to will come into play in this book but what about companies that may have had your data for a long time like Facebook what if I want to take control of that how does that work well you get the truth is now you can go to Facebook and we again you can go to common sense dot org and see the form that we're making available to everybody and request all of your day right you can also request that it be deleted are you can be very specific about the data that they have about your kids under the age of sixteen as well I'm honestly and and disappointingly the one company that seems to be trying to find a way around the new California privacy law is Facebook I mean they've had controversies ever since the Cambridge analytica scandal and other factors and and and as and as many people know their business model is based on collecting and monetizing your another consumer data so they've tried to say that some of the law doesn't apply to them but we're quite confident that it does and so you can go to Facebook you can go to Google you can go to any of the other major work small tech companies and just number one ask for your data to say you do not want it to be sold or monetized in the future and you can also protect your kids in teenager data now so this is a major effort and we will be I'm sure talking with you more about this in because this is this is something that every consumer every citizen in California should exercise their privacy right because they're so important all of I have a feeling you're right we will be talking more about this Mr Steiner thank you for your time Jim Stiers is the founder and CEO of common sense media the law takes effect next.

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To the former accident scene your next update is at nine twenty eight on the traffic man see say pearled sixty forecast commits a big during menses they pros largest mattress sale ever meri Lee is in the KPIX five weather center well tracking that on shore flow bringing in the fog along the coast in for parts of the day as we head through the afternoon clearing for most of us except for the coast so daytime highs above average for this time of year our inland locations topping out in the upper seventies to low eighties for the bay upper sixties low seventies and cooler and Cloutier along the coast in the mid sixties so foggy once again tomorrow morning along the coast and for parts of the bay and then as we head through the afternoon with that on shore flow times just a little bit cooler for Wednesday but still looking at seasonal temperatures if not just a little bit above average for your Wednesday high pressure strengthens and builds in we're looking at to Thursday Friday temperatures warming up and we will continue with that warm up into the weekend I think in weather together on the eight so on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS case CBS news on nine twenty one looks like teenagers no that vaping is not good for them according to a new study from common sense media and survey monkey eighty three percent of teens polled think that vaping is just as harmful though and and smoke and smoking regular cigarettes are even more harmful than smoking that's the good news says common sense media founder and CEO Jim Stiers it's clear here in the bay area and around the country that young people are starting to wake up and realizing that this is basically big tobacco two point OO it is very similar to cigarettes these companies like jewel or in fact owned in significant part by large tobacco companies let me know it's not good for them but plenty of them still do it that's according to the study one third of the teenagers surveyed said they see vaping in their school several times a week or even daily seventy eight percent of the vaping is popular among their peers and fifty nine percent say they see images and post about vaping nearly every time they use social media a group representing the marijuana industry what city California to adopt tougher safety rules for Canada's vaping the.

"jim stiers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"An effort in our say to save the bees, several Bumblebee species in the state are said to be in critical danger that prompted conservationists petitioned the state for the bees to get protected status. Wildlife has reviewed our petition determine that lifting navy warranted and recommend that they can move onto the next step. And so now the fish and game commission on June twelfth will be voting on whether or not to accept the department's recommendations arena, Jebsen with these earthy society tells these insects are crucial to pollinating a lot of the plants that contribute to our food supply. Pollinator populations in the states will really benefit agriculture natural. It's not clear what protected status would entail for California residents. Jebsen says it might become illegal to remove a Bumblebee, nest from your house without permission Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Scientists are investigating why unusual number of gray Wales are washing up on beaches along the west coast from southern California, all the way to Alaska about seventy five have been stranded, so far this year, and that is the most sincere two thousand research wildlife biologist, David Weller with southwest fisheries science center says it's a huge concern. We're most interested in right now is examining these individuals that are coming to shore to see how much we can learn from them, by way of necropsies, and other bio essays to learn something about their health and their condition. Some of the dead whales have been found Mel nourished mobile devices have become a new bedtime companion. According to a new study released from common sense media. The advocacy groups founder Jim stiers says it's not just teenagers who are doing talking about how seventy percent of parents are sleeping with our phones these days and how that's affecting their relationship with their kids not to mention their sleep. And we're also showing that seventy percent of teenagers. Take their phone into the bedroom with them at night, and thirty percents sleep with their phone. That's a big problem in terms of sleep and mental and physical wellbeing. He says the study also shows shows children are increasingly wishing their parents would get off of the. Devices. Nine fifty five traffic.

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Year. He threatened the counselors who kicked him out of a residential treatment program. KCBS gentleman spoke with some experts about new information. The San Francisco, Chronicle obtained newly released records about last year shooting at the veteran's home in yawn, vill show that the perpetrator a former client of the pathway home program had talked about killing employees. When everybody looks back, they found this guy made threats, he told his friends, Michelle Licht is an attorney for mental health care providers and says, in general, they could benefit from more training in threat assessment and more support when they act on it, and how do we protect them? Sometimes they are rightfully afraid to call the police because it will put them in their family danger. It's easy for the perpetrators to figure out why the police paid a visit to them, therapist, and consultant to therapists, Rene, Lonner, joins licked and calling for better training would shows. Us. The first thing is the principal among predecessor professionals in it's been the principal for decades. Is that violence almost never comes out of the blue almost never gentlemen, KCBS, and man suspected of exposing himself to students outside Taylor middle school in mill Bray may be connected to similar inappropriate behavior on the upper peninsula, KCBS, marquee Schaefer reports police are making progress on the case center asking for the public's help this week near Taylor middle school. A man masturbated is two girls walk nearby. They ran away and reported a similar situation. Occurred may fifth in mill Bray and also involved two young girls who were riding their bikes in a neighborhood. And in that particular incident, he pulled over to the side of the road, actually got out of his car and was acting inappropriately, and the girls enough situation did a same exact thing. They ran to an adult that amateur sheriff detective Rosemary blanks. Wade the sheriff's office has released a suspect sketch of a black, or Hispanic man in his twenties, or thirties, thin build five foot eight or nine with facial hair across the jaw line. The car is amid two. Thousands Toyota or Honda silver with tinted windows in the back a spoiler and a sunroof the belief that there might be other similar incidents in other cities and surrounding areas. Anyone with information or surveillance video is asked to contact the San Mateo county sheriff's office in Redwood City market Schaefer, KCBS group of public and private water systems in California have launched a campaign aimed at convincing lawmakers to shield them from having to pay damages caused by fires that they didn't start but did fail to help put out while fire lawsuits, have typically targeted electric utilities, and they're down power lines that ignite the blaze, but some recent lawsuits have also focused on the public water systems that are supposed to provide water to fight the flames on lawsuit stemming from a two thousand eight fire force, the Yorba, Linda water district may seventy million dollars to twelve homeowners. It didn't start the fire, but a pump station was damaged and unable to get water to a neighborhood. KCBS news time twelve one twenty will workers who feel stress on the job. Can now get some validation for those feelings the World Health Organization now recognizes work burn out us something real in calls an occupational phenomenon symptoms include feelings of exhaustion cynicism about the workplace in difficulty actually doing the job. Dr David Spiegel is the director of the center on stress and health at the Stanford University school of medicine. What they call a syndrome, so, but they are saying it exists, and I think it's a way of saying, take it seriously. One study suggested that there are nine million people in Germany, with job related burnout, man, so more and more companies are setting up programs wellness programs to help people manage the work related stress symptoms include being tired down and not getting the joy that you used to out of work. Well, pediatric endocrinologist, says teen addiction of video games is affecting their brain development, KCBS, Mike HOGAN says the World Health Organization recently recognized gaming disorder as a mental health condition Scheffer, pediatrics Robert lusty said playing video games, gives one dopamine high, but it also kills brain cell neurons once those neurons have died, they're not coming back. And that's one of the reasons why addiction is so hard to treat. Because now your ability to generate a dope min responses now inhibited, it's been attenuated, because you've loss. Those neurons. Eighteen year old park land shooting survivor Cameron Caskey who's attending a Silicon Valley conference said teens like playing video games because it makes them feel like a winner when I defeat somebody in a video game I feel a victory over them the way I would if I defeated them in sports, if defeated them in an intellectual conversation and people really connect with that Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco based common sense, media, said, video games should carry warning labels. It's incumbent upon the industry to educate their users about the potential downsides the video game industry. So there isn't enough evidence to justify the mental disorder. Classification, mike. Colgan KCBS..

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is your Newswatch continues, the national expert on children's policy says, they, there should be warning labels on video games. KCBS might Cogan says it comes in the wake of the World Health Organization, recognizing gaming disorder as a mental health condition that call made by Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco based common sense media, there should be warning labels on games about the amount of time you're spending playing fortnight or another game at common sense media video games, like fortnight are the number one pain point for parents UCSF professor of pediatrics Robert Costa said addiction video games impact brain development you play video game. You get that big rush of dopamine, which, of course is why you play the game. The problem is that dopamine kills neurons long-term dopamine firing kills neurons. And this is what happens. In addiction park, lead shooting survivor Cameron Caskey was attending Silicon Valley conference said some of his friends play video games around the clock people like to win and video games. You can win without having to put in the effort that you would other things. The WHO says it's only a disorder if it affects a person's daily life, the video game industry, those call for a reversal saying, there isn't enough evidence to justify that finding why Colgan KCBS Amazon announced something new today to respond to privacy concerns about home listening devices. We get that story from Vicky more with radio dot com. News station. Canucks in Los Angeles. Amazon says from now on people can delete their Alexa, voice recordings in an easier way. Now, people just have to say Alexa, delete everything I said today. This follows complaints by consumer advocates and some, California lawmakers who've been preparing to require a change from tech companies. Here's Republican assembly member. Jordan Cunningham devices are threat to our privacy because they can and do record conversations that are private. Within our home, and they have the capacity to have those conversations shared and sold without our consent. His Bill passed the assembly now moves on to the Senate for its part, Amazon says soon customers will be able to delete their most recent comments by simply saying Alexa, delete, what I just said that, if you wanted to lead the whole history, all at once you still have to go into settings. That is Vicky more at radio dot com. New station KNX in Los Angeles, jeopardy, host Alex trebek's says he's in near remission of advanced pancreatic cancer. In his response to treatment is kind of mind boggling, he says the seventy eight year old TV personality tells people magazine he's responding, very well to chemotherapy and the doctors have told him that they hadn't seen this kind of positive results in recent memory, travek announced his diagnosis in March but said he intended to keep working the American Cancer Society estimates, three percent of patients with stage four pancreatic cancer are live five years after being diagnosed KCBS news time, eight forty four. That means sports. Just a minute away..

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We'll build a few more over much of the bay area, and we might even get a little bit of rain mainly in the north bay other than that we shouldn't experience much rain at all in the north bay going into tomorrow afternoon. Just a weak little weather system that's going to be passing overhead, and because of that the temperatures will cool down a few degrees tomorrow. So daytime highs tomorrow will come in the mid to upper seventies from most locations across the bay and mid eighties inland, and then once we're done with tomorrow. Things are going to start warming up. In fact, it's going to be the warming trend that really starts to make the headline in the forecast from now all the way through Tuesday and Wednesday of next week by the time we get to the weekend temperatures inland or in the upper eighties. And then we should start hitting some low nineties for KCBS. I'm meteorologist Aaron peck with your KPI export cast, traffic and weather together on the it's on all news, one of six nine AM, seven forty KCBS a DJ DIGI dot com searching for a new or used car be happy, and visit DIGI DIGI dot com. KCBS news time seven fifty endeavoring Ingersoll at the key CBS editor's desk, as your Newswatch continues, the pediatric endocrinologist, says teen addiction to video games is affecting their brain development KCBS, Mike Cogan says the World Health Organization recently recognized gaming disorder as a mental health condition. Professor, pediatrics Robert lusty said playing video games, gives one a dopamine high, but it also kills brain cell neurons once those neurons have died, they're not coming back. And that's one of the reasons why addiction is so hard to treat. Because now you're ability to generate a dope responses now inhibited, it's been attenuated because you've lost those neurons, eighteen-year-old park land shooting survivor Cameron Caskey was attending Silicon Valley conference said teams like playing video games because it makes them feel like a winter when I defeat somebody in a video game I feel victory over them the way, I would, if I defeated them in sports, if I defeated them in intellectual conversation, and people really connected that Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco.

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Game I feel victory over them the way, I would, if I defeated them in sports, if I defeated them in intellectual conversation, and people really connected that Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco based common sense media, said, video games should carry warning labels. It's incumbent upon the industry to educate their users about the potential downside the video game industry, so there isn't enough evidence to justify the mental disorder. Classification? My Colgan KCBS state lawmakers in the assembly have passed a Bill to introduce new privacy rules for smart speakers. Like Alexa, from Amazon, and Google home. The measures author, Republican Jordan Cunningham says the measure would require the tech companies to get permission before recording conversation personal conversations within the sanctity of our homes because we protect and trust that they are not going to be recorded without our consent. But that is happening. The bills co-sponsor is democrat Buffy wicks. We have to make sure that our customers and our constituents and our voters know what's happening with this data and consent to what is happening. Tech companies along with the state chamber of commerce opposed the measure saying that users can already have personal info deleted under sweeping new privacy law. The Bill now goes to the Senate will they are used in pesticides. Explosives yoga mats and bread KCBS is Rebecca corral reports on the chemicals that even China has banned which continued to be used in the food. You eat every day. You know that old rule if you can't pronounce it than maybe. You shouldn't be eating it carbon carbon, my senior scientist at the consumer advocacy group center for science in the public interest says it's banned from use in food in the European Union, Brazil, even China which isn't known for its high consumer protection standards yet. She says the FDA is leaving it up to the industry to police itself. And the result is cancer linked chemicals, used to make bread fluffy and enhanced citrus flavored soda oversight of the safety of food supply in some cases. It's allowing companies to make the determination that an ingredient is safe to use their good alternatives that are practical for industrial use. Sure if you make bread you don't retreat, your jar of either Diker, Bonham eyder eight, but I mean for big industrial production. They might have to slow down production a little bit. You can also use a scorebig acid, which is vitamin c the FDA says consumers have no reason to worry Rebecca Correy. Gal KCBS, San Diego hospital has announced the birth of an eight point six ounce girl, believed to be the world's tiniest surviving baby and says, she has been discharged as a healthy infant sharp. Mary Birch hospital for women in newborns said, the baby named Saybe was born at twenty three weeks and three days, she's been in the intensive care unit, but was sent home at about five pounds this month. KCBS news time.

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"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim stiers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kids, Betty, Jonah, national expert on children's policy says there should be warning labels on video games. KCBS's Mike HOGAN says a comes in the wake of the World Health Organization, recognizing gaming disorder as a mental health condition that call made by Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco based common sense media. There should be warning labels on games about the amount of time you're spending playing fortnight or another game at common sense media video games, like fortnight are the number one pain point for parents UCSF professor of pediatrics Robert Lustig said addiction video games impact brain development you play video game. You get that big rush of dopamine, which, of course is why you play the game. The problem is that dopamine kills neurons long-term dopamine firing kills neurons. And this is what? Happens in addiction park lead shooting survivor Cameron Caskey was attending Silicon Valley conference said some of his friends play video games around the clock people like to win and video games. You can win without having to put in the effort that you would other things. The WHO says it's only a disorder if it affects a person's daily life, the video game industry, those call for a reversal say, there isn't enough evidence to justify that finding why Colgan KCBS we've been reporting here on KCBS, Wall Street analysts are predicting that the plant based meat market could exceed one hundred billion dollars a year in the near future. But as KCBS Matt Bigler tells us some people are still questioning the ingredients in the mock. Meet the products at impossible foods. Sure look taste and sound like meat. But it's not from animals we asked Celeste, hold sheeting her the director of product innovation at impossible. What are the ingredients, we have plants very abundant plant.

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