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Facebook takes a step to follow Europe's strict privacy policy

Facebook follows its first formal steps this week to comply with the EU's new data protection rules, known as the GDPR, which will come into force on 25 May. As part of the new rules, tech companies like Facebook will need to add more privacy controls and better explain how and why it collects user data. This is one of …

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Dick's Sporting to Destroy Firearms after Parkland's shooting

Dick's sports articles have announced how it will end with firearms that it ceased to sell. It will destroy them. In February, after mass shooting at high school in Parkland, Florida, company CEO Edward Stack announced his company would no longer sell weapons to customers younger than 21 years. Stack also said they would stop selling rifles and high-capacity magazines …

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An incorrect guide to Facebook's new GDPR privacy changes – TechCrunch

Facebook is about to start pushing European users to speed up by giving their consent to its new GDPR confidentiality agreement changes. They ask users about how Facebook uses data on the web to target ads, sensitive profile information they share and face recognition. But with a design, you quickly encourage meeting the "Agree" button, a lack of granular controls, …

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IBM's aftermarket sales suggest investors run out of patience

Compared with some of the previous IBM (IBM) performance reports that have given the sale, the numbers in the Big Blue latest edition were not very hard. Although they (as usual) do not look as solid as they may at first glance go through the fine print. IBM's shares have fallen over 5% after hours in response to the numbers …

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Starbucks will close all of its American anti-racial bias stores

Starbucks will shut up more than 8,000 stores and corporate offices in the US in the afternoon of May 29 to hold anti-racial bias education, as the company is struggling to cope with the disposal of two black men arrested in Philadelphia. Heavy setback against the coffee chain followed after a video of the two men arrested on April 12, …

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San Francisco passes a team to share in common electric scooters

The line to speaks the covers around half of the house, which constantly fills up, a tiny microcosm of a limited, complicated city. There were technicians who started technicians, disabled defense champions in motorized wheelchairs, a martial arts instructor made extra money through the recession and lots of worried citizens. "I think these scooters run crazy is really a plot …

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Reports: Liquidators win auction for bankruptcy Bon-Ton assets, will discontinue business

Bankruptcy Supply Chain Bon-Ton Stores Inc. is reported to be liquidated, which would cease to run a 120-year business that employs hundreds of Lehigh Valley in several places. Reuters and New York Solid Reorg Research reported Tuesday evening, referring to sources, that a group involving the Great American Group and Tiger Capital Group liquidators won an authorized auction of Bon-Ton …

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US lane risks leaving China's rising tech star "Half Dead & # 39;

ZTE Corp. may have just been a serious challenger in next-generation networking world to – quite possibly – a mobile industry packing. China's 2nd telecommunications equipment was preparing to lead the country's accusation in an era of fast-paced fast-paced fifth-generation wireless technology, alongside the local rivalry Huawei Technologies Co. Instead, ZTE ran avoul for Washington for the second time in …

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Netflix shoots full time after strong Q1 results – variation

Netflix juggernaut continues to violate: The company's shares popped into a new full-time high Tuesday one day after Netflix reported better than forecasted first quarter subscription extensions. The stocks' shares jumped 9.2% on Tuesday, closing to $ 336.06 per share. Netflix reported 7.4 million network-flowing subscriber extensions in Q1, to be 125 million worldwide. With a current market space of …

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IRS gives taxpayers a one-day extension to filing taxes after crashing

A spokesperson on Intuit's commercial tax preparation TurboTax said that IRS's technical difficulties affect all tax preparations and tax returns. "Taxpayers should continue and continue to prepare and send their taxes as usual with TurboTax," said the spokesman. "TurboTax has uninterrupted service and is available and accepts e-filed returns," she said. "We will keep returns until IRS is ready to …

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