The Daily Populous

Wednesday March 31st, 2021 evening edition

image for The Trump campaign's nondisclosure agreements have been voided by a court, opening the door for whistleblowers

A federal judge voided a nondisclosure agreement signed by members of Trump's campaign in 2016.

The judge ruled that the NDA was too vaguely worded to be legally enforceable.

The ruling was in a case brought by Jessica Denson, the 2016 campaign's Hispanic outreach director.

A federal judge on Tuesday overturned a nondisclosure agreement signed by members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.

She argued that the nondisclosure agreement violated her First Amendment rights by preventing her from criticizing Trump "forever," Insider's Oma Seddiq reported.

She was ordered to pay $50,000 to the campaign, which had argued that she violated the NDA.

"NDAs like this are part of the reason why we ended up with a Donald Trump candidacy and presidency in the first place. »

Sharon Stone Paid Leonardo DiCaprio’s 1995 Salary When Studio Didn’t Want to Cast Him

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Stone was a producer on 1995's "The Quick and the Dead" and fought the studio to hire DiCaprio and director Sam Raimi.

Stone was a producer on the project and reveals in her new book, “The Beauty of Living Twice” (via Insider), she paid for DiCaprio’s salary herself after studio TriStar Pictures refused to cast him.

Stone recalls the studio telling her, “Why an unknown, Sharon, why are you always shooting yourself in the foot?'” »

CD Projekt has cancelled its standalone AAA Cyberpunk multiplayer game

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CD Projekt Red’s next triple-A title won’t be a multiplayer Cyberpunk game as previously planned, its parent company said on Tuesday.

As part of a wide-ranging CD Projekt strategy update, president and joint CEO Adam Kiciński said the company has “reconsidered” its plans for the game.

“Let’s stress this here, CD Projekt Red makes single player story-driven AAA RPGs – that is not changing. »

Jump in cancer diagnoses at 65 implies patients wait for Medicare, according to Stanford study

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It seemed that patients were diagnosed with lung cancer at a surprisingly higher rate at 65 years old than, say, at 64 or 66.

They wondered if the jump in diagnoses might be a result of patients delaying care until they became Medicare eligible at 65.

The patients, identified from a national database, included 134,991 with lung cancer, 175,558 with breast cancer, 62,721 with colon cancer and 238,823 with prostate cancer. »

Pfizer says Covid vaccine 100 percent effective in children ages 12 to 15

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Pfizer says its Covid-19 vaccine is safe and 100 percent effective in preventing the illness in teenagers ages 12 to 15.

The vaccine, given in two doses three weeks apart, is already cleared for emergency use in people ages 16 and up.

Pfizer is also studying how well the vaccine works in children ages 6 months to 11 years old. »