NTIC - ノ―ザン・テクノロジ―ズ・インタ―ナショナル (Northern Technologies International Corporation)

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   Facebook bans hundreds of groups and accounts linked to the far-right amorphous boogaloo movement  2020/07/01 02:19:12 Business Insider
Facebook has banned a network of hundreds of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the loosely organized, far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform. In a statement, Facebook called the network a "violent" and "dangerous organization." It said the specific network of hundreds of groups and accounts it banned on its platform was distinct from the broader amorphous boogaloo movement because it "actively seeks to commit violence." Individuals and accounts associated with the extremist movement have come into the spotlight in recent weeks, particularly in light of nationwide protests against police brutality. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Facebook on Tuesday announced that it was banning a network of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform, calling it a "violent" and "dangerous organization." "Today we are designating a violent US-based anti-government network as a dangerous organization and banning it from our platform," the company said in a statement . "This network uses the term boogaloo but is distinct from the broader and loosely-affiliated boogaloo movement because it actively seeks to commit violence," Facebook continued. "For months, we have removed boogaloo content when there is a clear connection to violence or a credible threat to public safety, and today's designation will mean we remove more content going forward, including Facebook Groups and Pages." As part of the designation, Facebook said that it removed 220 Facebook accounts, 95 Instagram accounts, 28 pages, and 106 groups linked to the boogaloo network it identified from its platform.
   Far-right movement could be targeting Washington D.C, according to report  2020/06/21 05:53:34 New York Post
The Trump Administration has recently alerted local law enforcement that a far-right group known as “boogaloo” may be targeting the nation’s capital Politico reports. Boogaloo, a radical pro-second amendment organization, is a citizen-militia whose members say they are preparing for the Second American Civil War. The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC) reported Monday…
   Northern Technologies (NTIC) Lags Q2 Earnings Estimates  2020/04/07 13:15:03 Zacks Investment Research
Northern Technologies (NTIC) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -80.00% and 1.80%, respectively, for the quarter ended February 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Northern Technologies International Corporation (NTIC) CEO Patrick Lynch on Q2 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  2019/04/05 19:14:09 Seeking Alpha
   Northern Technologies declares $0.12 dividend  2019/01/23 13:14:04 Seeking Alpha
   Facebook bans hundreds of groups and accounts linked to the far-right amorphous boogaloo movement  2020/07/01 02:19:12 Business Insider
Facebook has banned a network of hundreds of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the loosely organized, far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform. In a statement, Facebook called the network a "violent" and "dangerous organization." It said the specific network of hundreds of groups and accounts it banned on its platform was distinct from the broader amorphous boogaloo movement because it "actively seeks to commit violence." Individuals and accounts associated with the extremist movement have come into the spotlight in recent weeks, particularly in light of nationwide protests against police brutality. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Facebook on Tuesday announced that it was banning a network of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform, calling it a "violent" and "dangerous organization." "Today we are designating a violent US-based anti-government network as a dangerous organization and banning it from our platform," the company said in a statement . "This network uses the term boogaloo but is distinct from the broader and loosely-affiliated boogaloo movement because it actively seeks to commit violence," Facebook continued. "For months, we have removed boogaloo content when there is a clear connection to violence or a credible threat to public safety, and today's designation will mean we remove more content going forward, including Facebook Groups and Pages." As part of the designation, Facebook said that it removed 220 Facebook accounts, 95 Instagram accounts, 28 pages, and 106 groups linked to the boogaloo network it identified from its platform.
   Far-right movement could be targeting Washington D.C, according to report  2020/06/21 05:53:34 New York Post
The Trump Administration has recently alerted local law enforcement that a far-right group known as “boogaloo” may be targeting the nation’s capital Politico reports. Boogaloo, a radical pro-second amendment organization, is a citizen-militia whose members say they are preparing for the Second American Civil War. The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC) reported Monday…
   Northern Technologies (NTIC) Lags Q2 Earnings Estimates  2020/04/07 13:15:03 Zacks Investment Research
Northern Technologies (NTIC) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -80.00% and 1.80%, respectively, for the quarter ended February 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Northern Technologies International Corporation (NTIC) CEO Patrick Lynch on Q2 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  2019/04/05 19:14:09 Seeking Alpha
   Northern Technologies declares $0.12 dividend  2019/01/23 13:14:04 Seeking Alpha
   Facebook bans hundreds of groups and accounts linked to the far-right amorphous boogaloo movement  2020/07/01 02:19:12 Business Insider
Facebook has banned a network of hundreds of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the loosely organized, far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform. In a statement, Facebook called the network a "violent" and "dangerous organization." It said the specific network of hundreds of groups and accounts it banned on its platform was distinct from the broader amorphous boogaloo movement because it "actively seeks to commit violence." Individuals and accounts associated with the extremist movement have come into the spotlight in recent weeks, particularly in light of nationwide protests against police brutality. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Facebook on Tuesday announced that it was banning a network of Facebook accounts, groups, and pages associated with the far-right, anti-government "boogaloo" movement from its platform, calling it a "violent" and "dangerous organization." "Today we are designating a violent US-based anti-government network as a dangerous organization and banning it from our platform," the company said in a statement . "This network uses the term boogaloo but is distinct from the broader and loosely-affiliated boogaloo movement because it actively seeks to commit violence," Facebook continued. "For months, we have removed boogaloo content when there is a clear connection to violence or a credible threat to public safety, and today's designation will mean we remove more content going forward, including Facebook Groups and Pages." As part of the designation, Facebook said that it removed 220 Facebook accounts, 95 Instagram accounts, 28 pages, and 106 groups linked to the boogaloo network it identified from its platform.
   Far-right movement could be targeting Washington D.C, according to report  2020/06/21 05:53:34 New York Post
The Trump Administration has recently alerted local law enforcement that a far-right group known as “boogaloo” may be targeting the nation’s capital Politico reports. Boogaloo, a radical pro-second amendment organization, is a citizen-militia whose members say they are preparing for the Second American Civil War. The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium (NTIC) reported Monday…
   Northern Technologies (NTIC) Lags Q2 Earnings Estimates  2020/04/07 13:15:03 Zacks Investment Research
Northern Technologies (NTIC) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -80.00% and 1.80%, respectively, for the quarter ended February 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Northern Technologies International Corporation (NTIC) CEO Patrick Lynch on Q2 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  2019/04/05 19:14:09 Seeking Alpha
   Northern Technologies declares $0.12 dividend  2019/01/23 13:14:04 Seeking Alpha

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