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685 views • June 17, 2024

Surgeon General Calls for Social Media Warning Labels; China Opens Anti-Dumping Probe Into European Pork | Business Matters Full Broadcast (June 17)

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on Monday called for a warning label to be added to social media apps as a reminder that those platforms have caused mental health harm to young people, especially adolescents. China has opened an anti-dumping investigation into imported pork and its by-products from the European Union, a step that appears mainly aimed at Spain, the Netherlands, and Denmark, in response to curbs on China's electric vehicle exports. The U.S. government sued Adobe on Monday, accusing the Photoshop and Acrobat maker of harming consumers by concealing hefty termination fees in its most popular subscription plan and making it difficult to cancel subscriptions.
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