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Pirate transmission silences sole independent news outlet for three weeks

first_imgNews Radio Erena (Our Eritrea), a Paris-based radio station that broadcasts to Eritrea, one of the world’s most closed countries, and to the Eritrean diaspora, has been the victim of sabotage that prevented it from being carried by the Arabsat radio and TV satellite service for three weeks.The sabotage took the form of a pirate transmission from within Eritrea that jammed Radio Erena’s signal. The station was unable to resume broadcasting until around 6 p.m. yesterday.Launched by Reporters Without Borders in 2009, Radio Erena is the only source of independent news in the local language for Eritreans inside Eritrea and, as such, has been the target of the government’s constant hostility. (Watch a presentation video about Radio Erena that was made in March 2010)”The fact that Radio Erena was off the air for more than three weeks is no trivial matter,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The station plays a key role by offering impartial and responsible news coverage to an entire people that is otherwise deprived of this. Open to all participants in Eritrean life, whether from the opposition, civil society or the government, Radio Erena is now paying a high price for its independence.” Arabsat, the owner of the BADR-6 satellite that normally carries Radio Erena’s signal, suspended the station on 14 August because of the pirate transmission that had just begun to interfere with its signal.The interference began a day after Arabsat received an Eritrean government complaint claiming that, during an interview with Ethiopian information minister Bereket Simon, Radio Erena had “incited its listeners to acts of violence against Eritrean government representatives.” This was a complete lie, as Reporters Without Borders explained when it provided Arabsat with a transcript of the interview. Let it be noted in passing that Eritrea’s President Issaias Afeworki is one of the world’s worst “Predators of Press Freedom.”Baseless allegationsBroadcast in three parts, on 6, 8 and 10 August, the interview with the Ethiopian information minister covered several topics including relations between his government and the Eritrean opposition and the development of the Ethiopian economy. Although the minister expressed himself freely and directly about the Eritrean government, the radio station did not in any way call for an uprising or acts of violence.The Eritrean journalists who operate Radio Erena were astonished to discover that station’s signal had been cut at around 4 p.m. on 14 August. From that moment onwards, reliable and balanced news reporting was no longer available to Eritreans in Eritrea. All they had was the political propaganda provided by state-owned Eri-TV and Radio Dimtsi Hafash and the government daily Hadas Eritrea.SabotageArabsat concluded from its tests and its investigation that the jamming came from a pirate transmission from within Eritrea. The pirate transmission blocked the entire BADR-6 satellite and forced Arabsat to suspend all of the services it normally offers. Once Radio Erena’s signal had been suspended, the pirate transmission blocking the entire service also disappeared, Arabsat said. In another surprising developement, Radio Erena’s website was brought down by a cyber-attack on 28 August.The site was back online on 1 September, while satellite transmission of Radio Erena’s signal finally resumed the next day.War of words”Irritated by the interview with the Ethiopian information minister, the Eritrean government tried to silence the alternative voice that Radio Erena offers to Eritrea’s citizens,” Reporters Without Borders said.Relations between Asmara and Addis Ababa have been tense every since Eritrea won its independence from Ethiopia in May 1992. Reinforced by a war from 1998 to 2000, the mutual hostility between the two countries has shifted in part to the terrain of the media. Although not a party to the dispute, Radio Erena found itself being targeted.Ranked last in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index for the past five years, Eritrea is one vast open prison for the journalists. It is Africa’s biggest jail for journalists and the world’s fourth biggest, after China, Iran and Syria.Held for years in various detention centres, many of them since the roundups of September 2001, Eritrea’s imprisoned journalist are dying one by one, forgotten by a largely indifferent world.To prevent a new cyber-attack from depriving Eritreans of the Radio Erena website’s independent news coverage, Reporters Without Borders has created a mirror site. It invites Internet users to use this link http://erena.commentcontournerlacensure.net/ to access an exact copy of the Radio Erena site. to go further RSF_en January 13, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information September 3, 2012 – Updated on May 1, 2016 Pirate transmission silences sole independent news outlet for three weeks April 14, 2021 Find out more EritreaAfrica Activities in the field Receive email alerts EritreaAfrica Activities in the field center_img RSF urges Swedish judicial authorities to reverse Dawit Isaak decision Follow the news on Eritrea Organisation News Swedish prosecutors again refuse to investigate Dawit Isaak case October 27, 2020 Find out more Reports News Prisoner of Conscience Since 2001 – Why has Sweden not managed to bring Dawit Isaak home?last_img read more

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Gardaí introduce more checkpoints from today

first_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ WhatsApp By News Highland – October 22, 2020 Facebook Twitter Twitter Gardaí introduce more checkpoints from todaycenter_img Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Gardaí will introduce more checkpoints from today as part of the Level 5 restrictions.Training in the Garda College in Templemore will also stop so recruits can be released to help with frontline dutiesThe extension of Operation Fanacht will see Gardai continue their policy of policing by consent with enforcement only being used as a last resort.The release of students and staff from Templemore from November 2nd will also allow up to 260 extra members be drafted in to police checkpoints and provide extra community patrols.Gardai say that at any one time over the next six weeks they’ll have over two and a half thousand officers on dutyThey’ will also avaible for vulnerable people in the community who may need extra assistance during the increased restrictions. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Google+ Previous article‘Gapping space’ in the North West education, says MinisterNext articleLevel 5: Donegal GP warns against complacency News Highland last_img read more

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Wisconsin co-op to close Genoa coal plant in 2021

first_imgWisconsin co-op to close Genoa coal plant in 2021 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享La Crosse Tribune:Dairyland Power Cooperative will close its coal-fired station in Genoa by the end of 2021 — a move that will halt 50 years of continuous operation at the site and put about 80 people out of work.Dairyland CEO Barbara Nick said the age and inefficiency of the station, and the company’s plans to build a $700 million natural gas plant in Superior, are the primary reasons for the closure.In recent years, Dairyland officials developed a Sustainable Generation Plan meant to phase out coal and ramp up the use of renewable energy sources, while minimizing the harm to employees and communities.Chief among these efforts is the construction of the $700 million Nemadji Trail Energy Center, a joint venture with Minnesota Power. The Wisconsin Public Service Commission approved the project last week, and Dairyland officials said the Superior-based plant could open as soon as 2025.Nick said the project’s recent momentum gave Dairyland “the added confidence” to retire the Genoa station and continue its shift toward cleaner energy.The Sierra Club, which has frequently criticized Dairyland for not embracing renewable energy fast enough, praised the decision to close the Genoa station but questioned the merits of the planned Nemadji plant.[Kyle Farris]More: Dairyland to close coal-fired Genoa plant; 80 workers to lose jobslast_img read more

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Advocates and Organizations Share Their Support for Wolf Administration’s Plan to Create Department of Health and Human Services (Round-Up)

first_img Budget News,  Efficiency,  Government That Works,  Healthcare,  Human Services,  Round-Up,  The Blog Earlier this week, Governor Wolf announced that his administration will consolidate the Departments of Aging (PDA), Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP), Health (DOH), and Human Services (DHS) to create the Department of Health and Human Services.“This new department will streamline government and allow the commonwealth to deliver more effective services to seniors, individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, and those suffering from a substance use disorder as well as promote the health and well-being of all Pennsylvanians,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “Over the past several months, I have worked closely with these four departments to break down silos and reimagine how we deliver critical services that will provide treatment to those suffering from substance use disorder, ensure children are receiving high quality services, and expand community-based opportunities for seniors. The creation of a new, unified Department of Health and Human Services will not result in any program cuts for Pennsylvanians, but will dramatically improve our ability to deliver services that will improve lives.“The four state agencies that will merge to create the Department of Health and Human Services have the same core mission: to improve public health and quality of life for all residents of the commonwealth. Currently, these agencies serve similar, and sometimes overlapping, populations. The creation of a Pennsylvania Department of Health and Human Services will promote more collaboration and service delivery, enhance program effectiveness, and eliminate duplicative processes.Advocates and organizations from the health and human service fields have voiced their support of the creation of this new department.Take a look at the comments below: Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Advocates and Organizations Share Their Support for Wolf Administration’s Plan to Create Department of Health and Human Services (Round-Up) By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant Pennsylvania Advocacy and Resources for Autism and Intellectual Disability(PAR) is a nonprofit organization that represents home and community-based service providers in Pennsylvania. PAR members provide services and supports to tens of thousands of individuals in Pennsylvania with autism and/or intellectual disability.“We support the proposed merger as it presents an opportunity for the Commonwealth to achieve efficiencies and savings that in turn can be invested in the provision of quality care and services for the people we support and the workforce who supports them,” said Shirley Walker, President and CEO of Pennsylvania Advocacy and Resources for Autism and Intellectual DisabilityPennsylvania Health Care Association(PHCA) is a statewide advocacy organization for Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable older residents and their providers of care. Members comprise for-profit, nonprofit and government providers.“We support the Administration’s proposal to create a Department of Health and Human Services,” said W. Russell McDaid, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Health Care Association. “The agencies that Administration is proposing to merge have a wide range of responsibilities, including administering the state’s $20-plus billion Medicaid program, containing funding for nursing facility care; distributing aid to programs for the disabled; managing services for older Pennsylvanians through the lottery fund; licensing and surveying skilled nursing facilities and licensing and inspecting assisted living residences and personal care homes. This proposal will allow the state’s regulatory agencies and the Medicaid program to work in unison to develop policies that positively impact nursing home residents and direct care workers creating efficiencies that will hopefully ensure that even more resources are provided at a resident’s bedside, where they are needed the most, while continuing to make certain that Pennsylvania’s seniors and individuals with disabilities continue to receive quality care.”Center for Health Care Strategies(CHCS) is a nonprofit policy center dedicated to improving the health of low-income Americans.“Consolidation of Health and Human Services departments is good public policy,” said Secretary Estelle Richman, Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc.. “It supports better client services, assures that policy and operations are in sync, and focuses attention on gaps in policy and services, thus enhancing outcomes and assuring dollars are allocated and spent effectively and efficiently.”Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates(PPA) works in partnership with the three Planned Parenthood affiliates in Pennsylvania, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates, the state public affairs office in Harrisburg, works to achieve maximum public, governmental and media support for reproductive health care – including family planning – by developing, implementing and facilitating a statewide strategy.“Since his first day in office, Gov. Wolf has promised to create a ‘government that works’ by promoting collaboration, streamlining the delivery of services to save limited state resources, and preserving access to the programs that Pennsylvanians need to get healthy and stay healthy,” Sari Stevens, Executive Director of Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates. “This consolidation fulfills that promise. The governor long has been a champion for family planning and other health and wellness programs that benefit women. Those issues remain a priority here. We’re confident in the governor’s approach and look forward to working with the administration to realize their commitments.”SEIU Healthcare PennsylvaniaThe state’s largest and fastest growing union of nurses and healthcare workers, uniting nearly 45,000 nurses, professional and technical employees, direct care workers, and service employees in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home and community-based services, and State facilities across the Commonwealth. SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania members are committed to improving the lives of healthcare workers and ensuring quality care and healthy communities for all Pennsylvanians.“Since day one, Governor Wolf has prioritized responsible, efficient use of our public tax dollars to the benefit of all Pennsylvanians. His newly created Department of Health and Human Services will further streamline the delivery of services to our state’s most vulnerable citizens while reducing unnecessary spending,” said Matt Yarnell, President of SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania. “We are confident the creation of the new Department of Health and Human Services will not result in any program cuts for Pennsylvanians, but will dramatically improve the ability of providers and consumers to deliver and receive services that will improve lives.”Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania(MHAPA) is a nonprofit organization that reflects the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Commonwealth, works on behalf of the mental health of its citizens, instilling principles that facilitate recovery and resiliency of individuals and their families, through advocacy, education, and public policy.“In a difficult funding environment, it is far better to try something like this than to cut services,” said Sue Walther, executive director of the Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania.” [Post-Gazette, 1/30/17]Pennsylvania Partnerships for ChildrenA strong, effective and trusted voice to improve the health, education and well-being of children and youth in the Commonwealth.“Joan Benso, president and CEO of Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, said any move that makes government operate more efficiently and hopefully makes it easier for families to access the services they need for kids is something her group is going to support. “We also will create efficiencies that make it easier for private sector providers to participate in our programs. In the long run, we think there’s a likelihood of economies of scale that help you save public resources and move them from [the operation of a department] to the delivery of services which is the goal.” [PennLive, 1/30/17]Arc of PennsylvaniaPromotes the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.“Maureen Cronin, executive director of The Arc of Pennsylvania, sees advantages gained by having a single state agency look at individuals and their family needs as a whole when it comes to addressing their service needs…. “…I just hope people have an open mind that there is really some amazing opportunities when you are all at the same table to look at people as a whole,’ Cronin said.” [PennLive, 1/30/17]center_img February 01, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter SHARE TWEETlast_img read more

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Barbados health ministry considering banning sugary drinks

first_imgsugary drinks like these may be banned in Barbadian schools The Ministry of Health in Barbados wants to stem a rise in childhood obesity by banning the sale of sugary drinks in schools.Health Minister John Boyce, made the suggesting while addressing the Caribbean Subregional Workshop on Alcohol, Tobacco and Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Taxation at the Accra Beach Hotel.“The WHO (World Health Organization) Global School Health Survey (GSHS) 2012 in Barbados indicated the prevalence of overweight and obesity to be 31.5 per cent and 14.4 per cent respectively. Girls were at a slightly higher rate of overweight and obesity when compared to boys. The survey also indicated that levels of physical activity and exercise and consumption of healthy diets were consistently low,” Boyce said.In light of the WHO survey Boyce said his Ministry is currently preparing a set of policy options to address the marketing of unhealthy foods to children while they are at school.“Consideration would be given to a ban on the sale and/or promotion of sugar-sweetened beverages on the premises of schools. These measures are to be considered by the Inter-Ministerial Committee on NCDs and subsequently, the full Cabinet of Barbados,” he said.last_img read more

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Science explains why you wrongly think that ball is yours

first_imgClick here if you are unable to view this gallery on a  mobile device.Nearly simultaneously, two players grab for a ball.Who got it first?Whether on the playground or sports arena, we think it’s ours, and scientists now know why: We mentally register our own sensations before whatever else is around us. “We have identified what may be a principal cause of arguments in ballgames, and it is about time,” conclude psychologists Ty Tang and Michael McBeath of Arizona State University. …last_img read more

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World Cup ticket sales simplified

first_imgA Ghanaian journalist walks past theFifa Ticketing Centre in Maponya Mall, Soweto.(Image: Bongani Nkosi)  South African football fans will soon be able to buy tickets for 2010 Fifa World Cup matches over the counter, and collect them immediately.Fifa and its partner, the Local Organising Committee (LOC), launched the Fifa Ticketing Centres at Maponya Mall in Pimville, Soweto, on 9 April. The official ticket design was also unveiled at the event.Organisers have set up 11 venues in the nine host cities where fans can buy tickets from 15 April. Johannesburg and Durban have two centres each.Maponya Mall, Soweto’s first upmarket shopping centre, is home to one of the centres, while Johannesburg’s other centre is at Laico Isle in Sandton.“We have always said that it is important that we make this World Cup more accessible to the people and with the over-the-counter sales, we believe this measure is consistent with the needs of the fans,” said Danny Jordaan, LOC CEO.“We are excited about these new initiatives, which make the process much easier for everyone,” he added.The centres will also serve as collection points for tickets that have already been bought through First National Bank (FNB) branches and other Fifa channels.The new centres will be of great help to fans who aren’t too familiar with bank transactions and who do not have access to internet, Pimville resident Benjamin Mashiloane pointed out.He plans to buy tickets for the opening match on 11 June, when South Africa takes on Mexico, but until now has found the ticket application process quite daunting.“If I give money and I get a ticket on the same day it will be much easier,” said Mashiloane, who stays close to the mall. “Some of the football supporters here in the township are not clued up about the process of money transactions. [The centre] will be convenient for them.”To get tickets, all that Mashiloane and fellow fans need now is to show their identity documents, proof of residence and the cash or credit card to buy them. The centres are open seven days a week from 9am 6pm.About 600 FNB branches across the country, operating five days a week during normal banking hours, will also sell tickets from 15 April. The public can order tickets there and collect them at the 11 Fifa Ticketing Centres or Shoprite and Checkers sales points, of which there are 18 countrywide. “The process is new,” said Fifa.From 15 April, tickets can also be bought through the World Cup hotline, which operates seven days a week from 8am to 10pm. Fans within South Africa can call 083 123 2010, while international buyers should dial 0041445832010.“We have made a big effort to assist football fans by introducing various additional means to purchase a ticket,” said Fifa secretary general Jérôme Valcke. “We are committed to facilitating the process for all fans and are giving them this last chance to attend the matches and experience the excitement of this first World Cup in Africa.”‘Buy tickets on time’With the last sales phase opening on 15 April, Jordaan reinforced the call to South Africans to buy their tickets in time, and not wait for six days until kick-off. All South Africans qualify for the exclusively reserved category-four tickets, which are priced the lowest to enable as many local fans as possible to see matches live.He said having more South Africans at the matches was part of showing hospitality to the visitors. “The final thing is that South Africans must respond. We must be good hosts, and if we’re good hosts it means we must be there [at stadiums].”South Africans snap up ticketsJudging by ticket sales so far, stadiums will indeed be packed with South African football fanatics in their colourful self-styled attire and booming vuvuzela trumpets. Out of the 2.2-million tickets that have already been sold, 925 437 have been snapped up from within South Africa.The US is leading ticket sales overseas, accounting for 118 945 purchases so far. Some 64 654 tickets have been bought in the UK, 32 269 in Germany, 29 657 in Australia and 16 001 in Canada.Only 500 000 tickets are left, although the final, to be played on 11 July at Soccer City in Johannesburg, is already sold out.last_img read more

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Infidelity and Military Couples: Risks & Effects

first_img[4] Nemeth, J.M., Bonomi, A.E., Lee, M.A., Ludwin, J.M. (2012). Journal of Women’s Health, 21(9), 942-949. This post was written by Kacy Mixon, M.S., LMFT, Social Media Specialist.  She is a member of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn. [5] Allen, E.S., Rhoades, G.K., Stanley, S.M., Loew, B., & Markman, H.J. (2012). The effects of marriage education for army couples with a history of infidelity. Journal of Family Psychology, 26(1), 26-35. References[1] Baucom, D., Snyder, D. K., & Gordon, K. (2009). Helping Couples Get Past the Affair. New York, NY: The Guilford Press. By Kacy Mixon, M.S., LMFT[Flickr, The First Couple- Moments of Togetherness by U.S. Embassy New Delhi, CC BY-ND 2.0] Retrieved on September 17, 2015Infidelity is a common problem faced by many couples and is one of the leading causes of divorce [1]. Research shows: “…21% of men and 11% of women will engage in sexual infidelity during their lifetime” [1].  Contexts surrounding  infidelity can vary greatly.  However, consequences to the relationship once infidelity is disclosed tends to be devastating and disruptive.Are Military Couples At-risk?Military couples can be particularly vulnerable to infidelity because of the types of stressors experienced in these relationships [2].  For instance, prolonged separation due to deployment, high incidences of stress-related mental health problems, and a high prevalence of couples who marry young are a few of the reasons that military couples are particularly at-risk for infidelity.How Can Infidelity Impact Your Well-being?[Flickr, Broken air by Angelo Amboldi, CC BY-ND 2.0] Retrieved on September 17, 2015Infidelity is known to connect to a broad range of adverse emotional and behavioral issues [3]. People who have learned that their partner is having an affair are at increased risk for having depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Especially in times of marital separation and divorce, people who have taken part in an affair are at great risk for depression, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety. Domestic violence is also a problem that co-occurs with infidelity and can be exacerbated upon disclosure or discovery of the affair(s) [4].What Are Treatment Options for Couples? Military couples can utilize therapy to assist with navigating their way through problems associated with infidelity. Issues surrounding trust, trauma, and forgiveness can assist in repairing the damage that infidelity often causes to a relationship. Furthermore, it can be helpful for couples to consider family therapy when children are involved because they may absorb and react to some of the negative effects infidelity can bring to family life. Marriage education programs offered for military couples can be beneficial by increasing communication skills in couples with a history of infidelity. However, research indicates these programs may not effectively address marital satisfaction [5]. Stay tuned for our upcoming post exploring an evidence-based couples’ treatment approach specifically tailored to military couples struggling with infidelity. [3] Gordon, K.C., Baucom, D.H., & Snyder, D.K. (2004). An integrative intervention for promoting recovery from extramarital affairs. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 30(2), 213-231. [2] Snyder, D.K., Gasbarrini, M.F., Doss, B.D., & Scheider, D.M. (2011). Intervening with military couples struggling with issues of sexual infidelity. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 41, 201-208.last_img read more

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Uber Lyft drivers protesting for better pay benefits

first_imgUber, Lyft drivers protesting for better pay, benefits Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsLOS ANGELES (KUSI) – Hailing a Lyft or Uber ride could be difficult today, with drivers being encouraged to take part in a 24-hour strike as they push for higher hourly wages.The work stoppage is being planned ahead of Uber’s initial public offering, which is scheduled for Thursday. The strike is expected to affect service in major cities including Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Boston.In Los Angeles, drivers plan to picket throughout the day at LAX, with a rally expected at noon.“Uber estimates that 15 percent of their revenues come from airport pickups,” Lyft driver Karim Bayumi said in a statement issued by Rideshare Drivers United-Los Angeles, the group organizing the work stoppage. “We provide an essential service, but Uber and Lyft investors are (the) only ones reaping the benefits.”The drivers are demanding that Uber reverse a recently announced cut in per-mile compensation from 80 cents to 60 cents, and that both companies guarantee drivers a $28-an-hour minimum pay rate.It was unclear exactly how many drivers plan to honor the work stoppage.Lyft issued a statement saying its drivers’ hourly earnings “have increased over the last two years, and they have earned more than $10 billion on the Lyft platform.”“Over 75 percent (of drivers) drive less than 10 hours a week to supplement their existing jobs,” according to Lyft. “On average, Lyft drivers earn over $20 per hour. We know that access to flexible, extra income makes a big difference for millions of people, and we’re constantly working to improve how we can best serve our driver community.”Uber issued a statement earlier praising the work of its drivers, noting that “thousands of people come into work at Uber every day focused on how to make (drivers’) experience better, on and off the road. Whether it’s more consistent earnings, stronger insurance protections or fully funded four-year degrees for drivers or their families, we’ll continue working to improve the experience for and with drivers.” Updated: 6:18 PMcenter_img KUSI Newsroom, May 8, 2019 Posted: May 8, 2019last_img read more

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