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Advertisement "Victorian students deserve high-quality financial literacy, free from commercial interests – that’s why we’re banning financial institutions from delivering school banking programs." "The Victorian curriculum sets our expectations for financial literacy and that must be our focus. It is time to draw a line under this issue." The state government's concerns include complaints from students, teachers and families about the quality of the education and the financial literacy outcomes of the programs. There are also concerns about the tactics some banks have used, including luring children with prizes to build brand loyalty in young children. Another concern is the interest rates offered through the school banking programs are low compared to adult banking products. Consumer group Choice has called upon other state and territory governments to follow the Victorian government’s move to ban the programs. "Programs like the Commonwealth Bank’s Dollarmites are little more than slick marketing programs aimed at primary school aged children," Choice chief executive Alan Kirkland said. "Choice has never been able to find any evidence that programs like the Dollarmites have any impact on long-term savings habits. The only impact they have
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Political commentator Candace Owens challenged a "false" rating from a third-party Facebook fact-checker and she won. Earlier this month, Owens announced that she was taking legal action against the fact-checkers used by social media platforms. Owens brought the case because she became tired of being censored on Twitter and Facebook by third-party fact-checkers, as well as seeing fellow conservatives being silenced on social media. Owens retained a pair of lawyers to represent her in the lawsuit, including attorney Todd McMurtry, who was part of the legal team representing former Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann. Owens is reportedly suing fact-checkers from USA Today and Lead Stories, according to the Daily Wire. "It is time to fact-check the fact-checkers," Owens said. "I'm going to put these suckers through discovery and figure out what the relationship is that they have with Facebook." Guess what?! I am OFFICIALLY suing the “Fact-Checkers” who are really just activists. https://t.co/nvLBLZaQEH https://t.co/UGbJzMrMk0 — Candace Owens (@Candace Owens)1604623964.0 Owens launched a website titled "Fact-Check Zuck," which says, "Our freedoms are being stripped away. The overlords of Big Tech are determining what Americans can and cannot say, share, like, and post." "Support our