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16 Feb 19
scooptexas

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16 Feb 19
WPMT FOX43

Maryland – A judge has overturned a more than $37 million verdict awarded to the family of a woman killed in an armed standoff with Baltimore County police. Korryn Gaines, 23, was shot and killed in August 2016 after an hours-long standoff with police in Baltimore County. She was trying to livestream the encounter with police, […]

16 Feb 19
Archy news nety

Her son, Kodi, then 5, was also shot twice, said Kenneth Ravenell, a lawyer for the child and his father, Corey Cunningham. In an opinion obtained by CNN, Baltimore County Circuit Court Associate Judge Mickey J. Norman Cpl. Royce Ruby, who, according to court documents, shoots Gaines twice, was entitled to a qualified immunity. This […]

15 Feb 19
🚨 Conservative, Right Wing News

  Two Nigerian immigrants to be charged for Jussie Smollett ‘hate crime’ Article appeared first in americanthinker.com . By Taylor Day . It has been two and a half weeks since Jussie Smollett reported that he was the victim of a hate crime, and in that time, his story has fallen apart completely.  Recent developments in […]

15 Feb 19
South Paw Draw - 100% Authentic Shooting, Hunting, Tactical & Outdoor Gear

Crimson Trace Corporation Lasersaddle, Ambidextrous Activation, Fits Mossberg Shockwave/500/590, Green Laser, Black Ls-250g Model: LasersaddleProduct Type: LaserFinish/Color: BlackFit: Mossberg 500/590

15 Feb 19
Slade Street Tactical

Having the right kind of heat shield when you are using a shotgun is very important. If your gun is not equipped with a heat shield, then its lifetime can lessen up. Especially the gun’s barrel that uses to come across immense heat which is generated during the gun fires can even melt it down. […]

14 Feb 19
MacDailyNews
[cfsp key="getamac.jpg"]"Roughly 17,000 Android apps collect identifying information that creates a permanent record of the activity on [the] device, according to research from the International Computer Science Institute that was shared with CNET," Laura Hautala reports for CNET. "The data collection appears to violate the search giant's policy on collecting data that can be used to target users for advertising in most cases, the researchers said." "The apps can track [Android users] by linking [their] Advertising ID -- a unique but resettable number used to tailor advertising -- with other identifiers on [their] phone that are difficult or impossible to change," Hautala reports. "Those IDs are the device's unique signatures: the MAC address, IMEI and Android ID. Less than a third of the apps that collect identifiers take only the Advertising ID, as recommended by Google's best practices for developers." "'Privacy disappears' when apps collect those persistent identifiers, said Serge Egelman, who led the research," Hautala reports. "Egelman's team, which previously found around 6,000 children's apps improperly collecting data, said Thursday that big-name apps for adults are sending permanent identifiers to advertising services. The apps included included Angry Birds Classic, the popular smartphone game, as well as Audiobooks by Audible and Flipboard. Clean Master, Battery Doctor and Cheetah Keyboard, all utilities developed by Cheetah Mobile, were also found to send permanent info to advertising networks. All of these apps have been installed on at least 100 million devices. Clean Master, a phone utility that includes antivirus and phone optimization services, has been installed on 1 billion devices." "Google said it had investigated Egelman's report and taken action on some apps. It declined to say how many apps it acted on or what action was taken," Hautala reports. "Google also said it can enforce its policies only when Android apps send the identifiers to Google's own ad networks, such as AdMob. If the apps send the data to outside networks, Google says it can't monitor them for violations." Read more in the full article here. MacDailyNews Take: The naiveté of those who settle for Android-based iPhone wannabes knows no bounds. Something to consider: If Google cannot track users, their business model is not viable. SEE ALSO: Is Google purposefully breaking Microsoft, Apple browsers on its websites? - December 19, 2018 Google exposed user data, did not disclose to public fearing repercussions - October 10, 2018 After trying and failing to hide the issue, Alphabet pulls plug on Google+ after bug exposes data from up to 500,000 users - October 8, 2018 Why I’m done with Google’s Chrome browser - September 24, 2018 Researchers find Google harvests more data from Android – and Apple iOS – users than most people think - August 21, 2018 Google hit with lawsuit accusing them of tracking phone users regardless of privacy settings - August 20, 2018 Google tracks users movements even when explicitly told not to – Associated Press - August 13, 2018 New Android malware records ambient audio, fires off premium-rate texts, and harvests files, photos, contacts, and more - March 2, 2018 How Google is secretly recording Android settlers, monitoring millions of conversations every day and storing the creepy audio files - August 22, 2017 Android apps secretly tracking users by listening to inaudible sound hidden in ads - May 8, 2017 Edward Snowden: No matter what, do not use Google’s new Allo messenger app - September 23, 2016 Apple’s iOS 11 will deliver even more privacy to users - June 8, 2017 Google to pay $5.5 million for sneaking around Apple’s privacy settings to collect user data - August 31, 2016 Apple takes a swing at privacy-tampling, personal data-guzzling rivals like Google - September 29, 2015 Apple reinvents the privacy policy - September 29, 2015 Apple: Hey Siri and Live Photos data stays only on your device to ensure privacy - September 12, 2015 Apple issues iPhone manifesto; blasts Android’s lack of updates, lack of privacy, rampant malware - August 10, 2015 Edward Snowden supports Apple’s stance on customer privacy - June 17, 2015 Mossberg: Apple’s latest product is privacy - June 12, 2015 Apple looks to be building an alternative to the Google-branded, hand-over-your-privacy ‘Internet Experience’ - June 11, 2015 Understanding Apple and privacy - June 8, 2015 Edward Snowden: Apple is a privacy pioneer - June 5, 2015 Edward Snowden’s privacy tips: ‘Get rid of Dropbox,” avoid Facebook and Google - October 13, 2014 Apple CEO Tim Cook ups privacy to new level, takes direct swipe at Google - September 18, 2014 Apple slams Google in Safari 7.1 release notes: ‘Adds DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn’t track users’ - September 18, 2014 A message from Tim Cook about Apple’s commitment to your privacy - September 18, 2014 Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for police, even with search warrants - September 18, 2014 Google to pay $17 million to settle U.S. states’ Safari user tracking probe - November 20, 2013 Judge dismisses case against Google over Safari user tracking - October 11, 2013 UK Apple Safari users sue Google for secretly tracking Web browsing - January 28, 2013 Google pays $22.5 million to settle charges of bypassing Apple Safari privacy settings - August 9, 2012 US FTC votes to fine Google $22.5 million for bypassing Safari privacy settings; Settlement allows Google to admit no liability - July 31, 2012 Google’s D.C. lobbyists have outspent Apple nearly 10 to 1 so far this year - July 23, 2012 Google to pay $22.5 million to settle charges over bypassing privacy settings of millions of Apple users - July 10, 2012 Apple’s anti-user tracking policy has mobile advertisers scrambling - May 9, 2012 Google said to be negotiating amount of U.S. FTC fine over Apple Safari breach - May 4, 2012 Cookies and privacy, Google and Safari - February 25, 2012 Obama’s privacy plan puts pinch on Google - February 24, 2012 Obama administration outlines online privacy guidelines - February 23, 2012 Google sued by Apple Safari-user for bypassing browser privacy - February 21, 2012 Google responds to Microsoft over privacy issues, calls IE’s cookie policy ‘widely non-operational’ - February 21, 2012 Google’s tracking of Safari users could prompt FTC investigation - February 18, 2012 WSJ: Google tracked iPhone, iPad users, bypassing Apple’s Safari browser privacy settings; Microsoft denounces - February 17, 2012 [Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers "Fred Mertz" and "TJ" for the heads up.]
14 Feb 19

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14 Feb 19
The Overspill: when there's more that I want to say

Women were some of the earliest programmers – here with a decryption system for the US Army. CC-licensed photo by brewbooks on Flickr. You can sign up to receive each day’s Start Up post by email. You’ll need to click a confirmation link, so no spam. A selection of 12 links for you. Happy Valentine’s […]

13 Feb 19
Grouvy Today

Twitter wants to be the place of the most important public conversations online. He still has some serious work to do. Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, and recoding Co-founder Kara Swisher has agreed to conduct an interview on Twitter on Tuesday, which makes it an excellent read: the CEO of one of the world's most […]

13 Feb 19
ChapterOne Books

In My Secret History, award-winning writer Paul Theroux offers the reader an exciting insight into the double-life of Andre Parent in six compelling snapshots.

‘Written with a rare intensity of both intelligence and feeling. . . a superbly realistic evocation of the journeys (both dark and comical) of the human heart’ Salman Rushdie, Observer

‘Nothing on the shelf has quite prepared the reader of My Secret History. . . Parent saunters into the book aged fifteen, shouldering a .22 Mossberg rifle as earlier, more innocent American heroes used to tote a fishing pole. In his pocket is a paperback translation of Dante’s Inferno. . . he is a creature of naked and unquenchable ego, greedy for sex, money, experience, another life’ Jonathan Raban, Observer

‘Theroux’s best creation, a character who is honest enough to know that he wants it both ways: to be the lover and also the solitary observer who betrays his loves by turning them into stories’ Time 

‘Theroux’s best fiction to date…combines the surfaces of memoir and travelogue with cunning fiction’ Sunday Times 

‘Sharp, exact, very evocative. . . both disturbing and entertaining’ Anthony Burgess, Independent

American travel writer Paul Theroux is known for the rich descriptions of people and places that is often streaked with his distinctive sense of irony; his novels and collected short stories,My Other LifeThe Collected StoriesThe Lower RiverThe Stranger at the Palazzo d’OroA Dead HandMillroy the MagicianThe Elephanta SuiteSaint JackThe Consul’s FileThe Family ArsenalThe Mosquito Coast, and his works of non-fiction, including the iconic The Great Railway Bazaar are available from Penguin.

13 Feb 19
Archy news nety

(Dado Ruvic / Reuters) They were some difficult years for Facebook: Russian relations interference with the 2016 presidential elections; the Cambridge Analytica scandal; Republicans accuse the platform of suppressing conservative content; and the recent revelations that Facebook has exposed the personal photos of users and shared private messages. Relatively speaking, Facebook does not do much […]