AirTalk for May 13, 2014

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In a landmark decision for online personal privacy, an E.U. court ruled that Google must remove some links to personal information. The decision followed legal complaints, including one from a Spanish doctor who wanted a link related to a malpractice issue removed from Google’s search results.
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'Dining with Dogs' bill heads to California Senate

A bill that would allow pet dogs in restaurants’ outdoor areas is heading to the California Senate.
Government Shutdown Forces Closings In Southern California

Court rules against 'Adventure Pass' park fee

Until a recent ruling in late April, in order to enter the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino national forests, nature lovers had to purchase an Adventure Pass, no matter if they parked in a paved parking lot, or near a trailhead.
Santa Monica Pier Ferris Wheel Up For Sale On Ebay
In early February, Santa Monica City Council, voted 4-3, approving the building of a 765,000 square-foot mixed-use development – the Bergamot Transit Village.
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Female-run startups fight for investment

Women are fighting for money and opportunities in the world of startup entrepreneurship, but the playing field is still far from level.
California Governor Jerry Brown

Governor Brown releases revised state budget proposal

The revised budget proposal, released this morning in Sacramento, comes in at $156.2 billion -- $1.3 billion more than the one unveiled in January. Most of the extra money, $1.2 billion, would go towards the state's Medi-Cal program.
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