Google has lifted the cap of 2,000 photos per album in Google Photos, making the service truly unlimited. The change was discovered by users and has not been announced officially. Some users have reported adding up to 3,300 photos to an album, and it isn’t known if there is a new, higher ceiling.
The nonprofit I worked for was legal, but I personally think it was as unethical as any organization could possibly be, and that is one of the reasons I am writing this article. I hope this article will help people to know how to judge when an organization is reputable and when it is not. Lots of things are legal, but are they ethical? Not necessarily..
Protesters were planning to take to the streets again in the northern US city Thursday evening over the death in custody of 46 year old restaurant worker George Floyd, seen as the latest in a long series of unjustified police killings of black civilians.The White House said President Donald Trump was “very upset” upon seeing “egregious, appalling” video footage of Monday’s killing and had demanded his staff see that the investigation was given top priority.”He wants justice to be served,” Trump’s press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters.The FBI and Justice Department said they were investigating, while the city weighed calling in National Guard troops as well as police from neighboring St. Paul to help keep the peace.”In the coming days we will have an all out effort to restore peace and security in our city,” said Mayor Jacob Frey, who has demanded the arrest of the officer allegedly responsible for Floyd’s death on Monday.Frey said it was crucial to protect community assets like food stores and pharmacies “especially during a pandemic.” Tear gas and looting Demonstrators clashed with law enforcement, looted stores and set fires to shops and a construction site overnight in the busy Lake Street corridor of Minneapolis, and were met with police tear gas and rubber bullets.Police chief Madaria Arradondo said he supported the public’s right to demonstrate peacefully but warned he would not allow the kind of violence that took place Wednesday.”I know that there is a deficit of hope in our city. I know that this department has contributed to that deficit of hope,” he said in a press conference.”But I will not allow to continue to increase that deficit by re traumatizing those folks in our community.”Ilhan Omar, A black Somalia native who represents Minneapolis in Congress, called for calm but said there was “extreme frustration” in the community over the incident.”Anger really is boiling over because justice still seems out of reach,” she said.