The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 24th, 2020 day edition

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Next year, Comcast will start charging Xfinity customers in northeastern US states overage fees for exceeding their monthly data cap.

Cloud gaming over something like Stadia uses about 10 GB of data every hour at 1080p.

So if you’re not watching your data usage carefully, you could end up with a higher than normal monthly bill.

If you do, you should be able to see real-time data usage as well as data usage over a set period time.

Until the FCC rules data caps are arbitrary and ISPs stop squeezing every dime out of customers, we’re all screwed.

Back in March 2020, several major ISPs suspended data caps, waived overage fees, and even raised speeds.

Yet data caps and overage fees still exist when millions of people still need any and all amount of financial relief they can get because the pandemic is still nowhere close to going away. »

Suzanne Somers Was Fired From 'Three’s Company' for Asking for Equal Pay

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When Somers first signed on to the show, she agreed to a $3,500 a week salary to play the bubbly Chrissy.

With a better understanding of the industry than when she started, she went into her contract negotiation for the fifth season with equal pay in mind.

The cast of "Three's Company: (L-R) Joyce DeWitt, John Ritter and Suzanne Somers Photo: Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images. »

AOC criticises Mitch McConnell for dismissing Senate as coronavirus cases spike: 'I don't know how these people can sleep at night'

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aired her disgust with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday in the wake of the resurging coronavirus crisis facing the US.

"People across the country are going hungry, Covid is set to explode, and Mitch McConnell dismissed the Senate last week," she wrote in a Twitter post.

"AOC, are you suggesting you want to pay people to stay home from the money you take by defunding the police? »

First on CNN: Key government agency acknowledges Biden's win and begins formal transition

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The move will allow the transition to officially begin, permitting current administration agency officials to coordinate with the incoming Biden team, and providing millions in government funding for the transition.

The Biden team has not waited for the formal transition process to begin preparing for the presidency, as Biden announced several Cabinet picks on Monday .

"This final decision is a definitive administrative action to formally begin the transition process with federal agencies," Abraham said. »