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The U.S. Senate has just voted that the FBI can access your browsing history without guarantee

In a major blow to citizens’ privacy, the US Senate voted today to use law enforcement agencies such as law enforcement agencies as FBI and CIA, the authority to look into your browsing history without guarantee. Thanks, Mitch McConnell. Senators Ron Wyden from Oregan and Senator Steve Daines from Montana cited the charge of including data protection provisions in the …

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Beats Powerbeats Review: Apple’s Cheaper Bluetooth Fitness Earphones | Apple

A The reworked Powerbeats Bluetooth workout earphones from pple take over the advantages of the company’s real wireless earphones and offer a cable, a longer battery life and a cheaper price. The new Powerbeats for € 129.95 replace the older, more expensive Powerbeats 3 with redesigned ear hooks, cable routing and Apple’s H1 chip, which simplifies Bluetooth connectivity and offers …

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Addison Lee and Uber Install Partition Screens in Cabins | technology

Addison Lee and Uber are set to install partitions in vehicles to protect employees and passengers from coronavirus infection, after new data earlier this week revealed that male taxi drivers and chauffeurs are among the highest risk of dying from the disease . Addison Lee, London’s largest private rental car operator, claims to be the first in the industry to …

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Trump extends the Huawei ban to 2021

If you were hoping that Donald Trump’s government would soon loosen restrictions on Huawei, I have bad news for you. According to Reuters, the President today extended the May 2019 ordinance that excludes the United States from using Huawei telecommunications devices. The extension will last until May 2021. Although the renewed order does not specifically mention Huawei, it is clearly …

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With Google Chrome, you can group and label tabs from next week

“There are two types of people in the world: Tab minimalists who only have a few tabs open at the same time Tab collectors they have … significantly more. “This opens Google’s blog post listing the new tab grouping feature for Chrome. I’m definitely one of the latter, so this feature was designed for me. Google is far from the …

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Using “personalized AI” to end the corona virus lock is a stupid, cruel idea

A trio of AI and business experts from INSEAD, a renowned business school, recently wrote an in-depth article in the Harvard Business Review that highlights the benefits of “personalized AI” prediction models for ending coronavirus blocking. Politicians, scientists and experts refer to this type of play when discussing how technology can help fight the pandemic in the world. It is …

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