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16 Facebook apps caught sharing user data to third party websites.
16 Facebook apps caught sharing user data to third party websites.
2020-07-03
Unique "honeytoken" emails used by academic study to install Facebook apps and see which inboxes received emails from unrecognized senders.
Japan evacuates thousands of people as rains hurl south Kyushu
Japan evacuates thousands of people as rains hurl south Kyushu
2020-07-05
After unprecedented torrential rains in which fifteen people are feared to have been dead and 9 people are lost, Japan asked thousands of people to evacuate their homes on its southern Kyushu island.
Former top official Kattner banned by FIFA for 10 years
Former top official Kattner banned by FIFA for 10 years
2020-07-03
FIFA, the world governing body of soccer, has banned Markus Kattner, a former senior official in the Zurich organization, for 10 years and fined him one million Swiss francs ($1.06 million) after a bonus payment probe.
Google introduces its SmartReply AI feature in YouTube
Google introduces its SmartReply AI feature in YouTube
2020-07-03
Google's four-year - old SmartReply, A.I.-based technology that helps suggest responses to messages in Gmail, Android's Messages, the Play Developer Console, and elsewhere, is now being made available to YouTube Creators. Google today announced the launch of an updated version of SmartReply built for YouTube that will enable creators to interact with their audiences more easily and quickly
The stock of Tesla was over $1,200. This is how $2,000 could be hit.
The stock of Tesla was over $1,200. This is how $2,000 could be hit.
2020-07-06
During this week, Tesla's reserve rose 26 percent to about $1,000, $1,100, and $1,200 during the holiday shortened period. In the S&P 500, Tesla is valued more than most blue chip companies.
Hamilton supports protesters who destroy the statue of the slave dealer
Hamilton supports protesters who destroy the statue of the slave dealer
2020-06-09
Lewis Hamilton, world champion six-times of Formula One, supported the protestors in the English port city of Broistol who toppled the statue of a slave trader of the 17th-century, calling on governments all over the world to do likewise.