As reported by Reuters, these accounts were moved from the platform, as they violated the policies. In the case of the Egypt based El Fagr network, the company removed 2,541 accounts for creating fake accounts that spread content critical of Iran, Qatar, and Turkey, as well as for taking direction from their government. Similarly, a total of 3,104 fake accounts had been removed from a single IP range in Honduras that kept retweeting the president’s account..
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His transport allowance is also exempt from income tax up to Rs. 19,200 a year, provided he submits bills. So Mr. Remember that proposition that everyone on campus was blabbering on about a few weeks ago? Yeah, Prop 30! After the relentless campaigning by pretty much everyone who was politically active on campus which is to say, everyone it passed by a solid seven percent. When it hits, it’s going to raise sales taxes on everyone in the state yes, that includes all of you hardworking, money deprived college students by a quarter of a cent. So regardless of how it costs more than a penny to make one and how limited their utility actually is, it’s imperative that we keep it.
Run a similar calculation when redeeming your points for non cash rewards. For example, if I log onto my Aeroplan account today, I can either redeem 15,000 points for a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses valued at around $150, or I can redeem 15,000 points and catch a flight from Toronto to New York, a flight I wouldn’t likely find for less than $300. I’d rather pay cash for the shades and catch a free flight to the Big Apple: seems like a better use of points.