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PAYPAL: THOUSANDS OF ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN _...Read More_
PAYPAL: THOUSANDS OF ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN _...Read More_
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>"Litigation against Google and its parent entity Alphabet now filed in the UK on behalf of thousands of digital publishers is seeking up to £13.6 billion (~$16.3BN) in _...Read More_
>"Litigation against Google and its parent entity Alphabet now filed in the UK on behalf of thousands of digital publishers is seeking up to £13.6 billion (~$16.3BN) in _...Read More_
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"President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday directing federal agencies to protect abortion access and the online privacy of patients seeking reproductive healthcare following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. _...Read More_
"President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday directing federal agencies to protect abortion access and the online privacy of patients seeking reproductive healthcare following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. _...Read More_
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"Video streaming service Twitch, social network Pinterest, holiday rental company Airbnb and United Parcel Service (UPS) were all fined by a Moscow court on Tuesday for allegedly refusing to store Russian citizens' personal data in Russia."
"Video streaming service Twitch, social network Pinterest, holiday rental company Airbnb and United Parcel Service (UPS) were all fined by a Moscow court on Tuesday for allegedly refusing to store Russian citizens' personal data in Russia."
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The main point is that the systems have lots of false positives. Particularly with people of color. Experience also shows police start to believe the system, with more false arrests
The main point is that the systems have lots of false positives. Particularly with people of color. Experience also shows police start to believe the system, with more false arrests
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>"Academics and journalists will be able to see more data about the way political ads are used to target users across Facebook and Instagram."
>"Academics and journalists will be able to see more data about the way political ads are used to target users across Facebook and Instagram."
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>"Nations are accelerating efforts to control data produced within their perimeters, disrupting the flow of what has become a kind of digital currency."
>"Nations are accelerating efforts to control data produced within their perimeters, disrupting the flow of what has become a kind of digital currency."
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"Google released the news on its official blog, classifying the new hack (CVE-2022-1232) as posing a 'High' threat level. It also has a wide impact, with Chrome on Windows, Mac and Linux all affected."
"Google released the news on its official blog, classifying the new hack (CVE-2022-1232) as posing a 'High' threat level. It also has a wide impact, with Chrome on Windows, Mac and Linux all affected."
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"American and European Union leaders said on Friday that they had reached an “agreement in principle” to assure that it is legal to transfer personal data across the Atlantic, after a previous pact was struck down when a court found it did _...Read More_
"American and European Union leaders said on Friday that they had reached an “agreement in principle” to assure that it is legal to transfer personal data across the Atlantic, after a previous pact was struck down when a court found it did _...Read More_
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"[A]ny journalist who transcribes an interview with a confidential source and puts it up on Otter has got to live with the possibility that Otter will wind up giving that transcript to the FBI.”
"[A]ny journalist who transcribes an interview with a confidential source and puts it up on Otter has got to live with the possibility that Otter will wind up giving that transcript to the FBI.”
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>"Google plans to develop new privacy measures that remove the ability to track users across apps on Android devices, potentially rattling digital _...Read More_
>"Google plans to develop new privacy measures that remove the ability to track users across apps on Android devices, potentially rattling digital _...Read More_
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"The state’s attorney general said the company repeatedly captured and commercialized biometric data in photos and videos for more than a decade without users’ permission."
"The state’s attorney general said the company repeatedly captured and commercialized biometric data in photos and videos for more than a decade without users’ permission."
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"Google on Wednesday announced it’s adopting new privacy restrictions that will cut tracking across apps on its Android devices, following a similar move made by Apple last year that upended several firms’ advertising practices."
"Google on Wednesday announced it’s adopting new privacy restrictions that will cut tracking across apps on its Android devices, following a similar move made by Apple last year that upended several firms’ advertising practices."
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"Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) on Monday sued Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms Inc., alleging that the social media giant for years collected Texans’ biometric data without their full consent, in violation of state privacy _...Read More_
"Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) on Monday sued Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms Inc., alleging that the social media giant for years collected Texans’ biometric data without their full consent, in violation of state privacy _...Read More_
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"The internet of things — our things — is coming alive around us, digitally frisking us as we walk by to see if we’re carrying anything of interest."
"The internet of things — our things — is coming alive around us, digitally frisking us as we walk by to see if we’re carrying anything of interest."