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CIA-Connected Amazon Turns Over A Record Amount Of Data To U.S. Law Enforcement

By Aaron Kesel Amazon’s fifth clarity report has suggested that the company supposing some-more patron information to U.S. law coercion in the first half of last year than in its story with a shocking 1,936 opposite requests between Jan and Jun 2017, ZDNet reported. Of those 1,936 requests, Amazon complied and …

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Most Don’t Question “Sensitivity” To Air Pollution But Still Question “Sensitivity” To Electrical Pollution

January 17, 2018 By B.N. Frank As many as 1/3 are affected.  Symptoms from bearing to Electrosmog vary. We already know that some people and animals are some-more adversely influenced by air wickedness than others.  Many of them are diagnosed with conditions like allergies, asthma, COPD, etc. Some people and …

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Why Is There More “Flu” This Season: An Uncommon Investigation

January 17, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich Even with all the admonitions to accept annual influenza vaccines, which really don’t strengthen people [1] but actually destabilize human defence systems, along with daily media reports of flourishing numbers of ostensible influenza (flu) outbreaks, we got to wondering given that was happening …

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YouTube raises subscriber, perspective threshold for Partner Program monetization

reader comments 91 After a scattered 2017, YouTube is making nonetheless another change to its discipline surrounding channel monetization and advertiser approval. In posts to its Advertiser and Creator blogs, YouTube sum how it’s changing the threshold for monetization by its YouTube Partner Program (YPP), from 10,000 lifetime views to …

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The unpretentious Slack fight room where ‘Net companies combine to fight Spectre-Meltdown

reader comments 58 Meltdown and Spectre combined something of a meltdown in the cloud computing world. And by translation, the flaws found in the processors at the heart of much of the world’s computing infrastructure have had a approach or surreptitious outcome on the companion services pushing today’s Internet. That …

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The 2019 Audi A7 is a sleek-looking sportback with some flattering cold tech

reader comments 20 DETROIT—It’s satisfactory to contend that this year’s North American International Auto Show has been a little lackluster. But one of the standouts was the North American entrance of the new Audi A7. The prior indication was—to my eyes—Audi’s best-looking model, and we was worried that its inheritor …

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Is the Tech Industry to Digital Addiction What the Pharmaceutical Industry Has Been to Opioid Addiction?

By Hope S. Good Apple Investors, Former Tech Employees Make Accusations, Demand Change. Opioid obsession has turn so widespread in the U.S. that last Aug President Trump announced it to be a inhabitant emergency. “Digital Addiction” may not be as critical as opioid obsession YET; however, the cheer and accusations …

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