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Twitter expects high FTC fine for alleged data breaches

Twitter expects the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to pay a fine of between $ 150 million and $ 250 million for alleged data breaches. In a 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the San Francisco-based company said it received a draft complaint from the FTC on July 28, alleging violations of Twitter’s consent ordinance of 2011 The Commission …

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Google’s Pixel 4a heralds a new era of large, cheap phones

The iPhone SE only costs $ 399. The OnePlus Nord is sold outside of the United States at approximately the same price. Now Google is back in shape and has launched the new Pixel 4a for just $ 349. It has never been clearer that we have entered the next great era of amazing cheap phones. An important time has …

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Anita Sarkeesian launches harassment hotline for gamers

Game industry veteran Anita Sarkeesian has set up a harassment hotline for the entire game industry, which is at a turning point in the industry. The game and online harassment hotline is available to players, streamers, developers, competitors, and other members of the gaming community to report harassment and toxic behavior. Sarkeesian, an outspoken advocate of online harassment, announced the …

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How to sign up for a coronavirus vaccine study

With the increasing development of a coronavirus vaccine, clinical trials in the United States are looking for willing participants to help them complete different phases of their research. The tech conglomerates Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Novavax are all in different phases of human experimentation, each requiring hundreds of volunteers. How do I register for a vaccination study? How …

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Grand Theft Auto V sales increase after Epic Store Giveaway

Grand Theft Auto V shows no signs of slowing down. Take-Two Interactive Software announced in its second-quarter profit and loss statement on Monday that its mid-May advertising at the Epic Games Store, where the game was given away free of charge, actually led to a huge increase in sales during the month. half of it followed. GTA V. As of …

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Spider-Man in Marvel’s Avengers becomes exclusive to PlayStation

Spider-Man will swing up Marvel’s Avenger, the upcoming live service game from developer Crystal Dynamics and publisher Square Enix, exclusively on PlayStation. The character will come to the platform in 2021, provided the wall crawler will be available for both PS4 and PS5, especially since the game supports multi-generation multiplayer. Exclusive characters are probably the reason why the game does …

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How to back up an iPad

Backing up your mobile devices regularly is a tedious but necessary task. With an iPad that you don’t use as your primary computing device, it’s easy to forget that it still contains an extensive store of information about your personal life – emails, notes, pictures, messages, health information, device settings, music and music apps with private ones Data that you …

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Is Rocket League cross-platform? | Digital trends

There are only a few games that embody “pure fun” Missile League. It is not a difficult game to understand: you drive a car, you hit a massive ball into the opposing goal and the first team to score the most wins. It is this simplicity that makes Missile League but such an excellent game. Whether you’re an indoctrinated RPG …

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2020 Back-to-School Printer Offerings: Canon and HP

Digital Trends can earn a commission if you buy through links on our website. “Back to School” has a slightly less romantic flair and maybe a little more caution than in previous years, but students and parents still need the best technology. That’s why top retailers are using this season to start their back-to-school sales. We see great deals on …

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Tommy François leaves Ubisoft for sexual harassment

Another Ubisoft manager left the company after several employees charged him with sexual harassment and misconduct. Tommy François, who served as vice president of editorial and creative services at Ubisoft, left the company last week, Business Insider confirmed after receiving an internal email from Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. Although Guillemot did not comment on François’ reasons for leaving, it only …

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