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Could Sunlight And Heat In Your Car Be A Weapon Against Coronavirus On Packages And Masks?

Could Sunlight And Heat In Your Car Be A Weapon Against...

Every year, we hear unfortunate stories about kids being left in cars. Hot cars are one of the most dangerous places to leave a human being, cellphone or pet. However, could that same car heat that make a car so dangerous be useful in the fight against coronavirus? Here’s an explanation, but before that discussion,…
Could Sunlight And Heat In Your Car Be A Weapon Against Coronavirus?

Could Sunlight And Heat In Your Car Be A Weapon Against...

Every year, we hear unfortunate stories about kids being left in cars. Hot cars are one of the most dangerous places to leave a human being, cellphone or pet. However, could that same car heat that make a car so dangerous be useful in the fight against coronavirus? Here’s an explanation. NORTHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM -…
Hurricane Season Starts June 1st – 4 Lessons From The Coronavirus Pandemic To Apply

Hurricane Season Starts June 1st – 4 Lessons From The Coronavirus...

It comes around like clockwork every year. The start of the Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1st, and many tropical meteorology experts are forecasting above-normal activity. The nation is still reeling from the public health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, which may place preparation for hurricane season into the “I’ll cross…
AI-penned manga Paidon to be published this week

AI-penned manga Paidon to be published this week

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A new manga designed by AI and drawn by a robotic hand will be published in this week’s edition of Japan‘s Morning magazine. The AI developed the characters and plot by studying the works of Osamu Tezuka, known as “the father of manga” and the “Walt Disney of Japan” for creating classics such as Astro Boy…
Russia to pre-install its own apps on all phones, PCs, and Televisions offered in the nation

Russia to pre-install its own apps on all phones, PCs, and...

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Russia has officially passed a law banning the sale of electronic equipment that doesn’t have Russian software pre-installed on it. The law — which is set to go into effect starting July 1, 2020 — will force electronic equipment sold in Russia — such as smartphones, computers, and smart TVs — to ship pre-installed with apps…
265 Indian phony news websites captured pressing anti-Pakistan propaganda

265 Indian phony news websites captured pressing anti-Pakistan propaganda

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Researchers have discovered a network of 265 fake local news sites — named after defunct newspaper and media outlets — across 65 countries that are being used to disseminate anti-Pakistan coverage and serve Indian governmental interests. Uncovered by the EU DisinfoLab, an EU-based NGO focused on researching sophisticated disinformation campaigns, the operations were traced back…
China’s social credit system isn’t about scoring people– it’s a huge API

China’s social credit system isn’t about scoring people– it’s a huge...

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China’s emerging social credit system (SCS): rarely has a topic been more hotly discussed, and more poorly understood. When most people think about the SCS, they imagine it primarily as a scoring mechanism, a way for the central government to rank China’s citizens and companies based on their behavior. But that’s a skewed misconception of what…
Riot’s message to esports pros: We desire no part of Hong Kong debate

Riot’s message to esports pros: We desire no part of Hong...

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Earlier this week the bottom fell out at Blizzard when it banned an esports pro from competing after he spoke out in support of the Hong Kong protests. It seems half the gaming industry (to say nothing of the wider tech industry) has gotten caught up in the ensuing fallout — and now Riot Games is…
Google prohibited a video game about the Hong Kong demonstrations

Google prohibited a video game about the Hong Kong demonstrations

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Tech companies’ involvement with the Hong Kong protests just keeps getting more and more tangled. Now Google has banned a game about the protests, joining Apple and Blizzard in allegedly suppressing anything that might offend the Chinese government. The game is called The Revolution of Our Times and it apparently was a game documenting the life…
India to look for EU’s approval on GDPR compliance for ‘adequacy’ status

India to look for EU’s approval on GDPR compliance for ‘adequacy’...

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The Economic Times reports that India is gearing up to seek ‘adequacy’ status with the European Union‘s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a set of privacy laws adopted by the region in 2016 and enforced from last year. If it goes through, it would mean that the EU recognizes India’s data protections as equivalent to…

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