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Why Are So Many Tech & Telecom Companies Bad At Respecting Your Privacy? Despite the proliferation of terms of service and privacy policies, the companies responsible for handling our data are largely doing a poor job of telling us what they do with it. That’s the key takeaway from the Ranking Digital Rights 2017 Corporate ... 03/23/2017 - 5:01 am | View Link
Giant ‘Bad Bank’ Won’t Solve Europe’s Problems ... €1 trillion of bad debts, which leaves investors wary of putting money into banks and hampers the spread of new loans to companies with growth potential. The ECB launched this week new guidelines on bad loans, saying banks need to come up with... 03/23/2017 - 5:00 am | View Link
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The Tesla Model 3 could be the safest car on the road — and that's bad news for every other automaker Safety has been a preoccupation of consumers and carmakers for the past few decades, with some companies — like Volvo — making it their key selling point. Automobiles are already far safer now than ever before, but advances in technology keep raising ... 03/23/2017 - 3:54 am | View Link
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The Narcissist Blames You! The narcissist will blame you for everything that isn’t right in their life, and blame you for what other people do, and blame you for whatever has happened. 03/18/2017 - 8:51 pm | View Website
New documents from WikiLeaks point to an apparent CIA program to hack Apple's iPhones and Mac computers using techniques that users couldn't disable by resetting their devices.
Security experts say the exploits are plausible, but suggest they pose little threat to typical users.
The federal agency overseeing Donald Trump's lease for a luxury hotel in Washington ruled Thursday that his inauguration as president doesn't violate terms of the agreement barring government officials from profiting from the property.
In a letter to the Trump Organization, General Services Administration Contracting Officer Kevin M. Terry says it has determined that the president's business is in "full compliance.
West Virginia lawmakers have begun advancing revisions in coal mining regulation after removing provisions that would have sharply reduced safety inspections of underground mines.
The Senate Committee on Energy, Industry and Mining approved a substitute bill that would have chopped required annual state safety inspections from four to one.
It also would have removed inspectors' authority to order mine closures after documenting "a history of repeated significant and substantial violations of a particular standard caused by unwarrantable failure to comply."
Minnesota lawmakers want to crack down on one of the state's medical marijuana companies whose former executives have been charged with illegally shipping $500,000 of marijuana oils to New York, pushing legislation allowing regulators to revoke the manufacturer's license and levy a huge fine.
County prosecutors last month charged two top executives at Minnesota Medical Solutions with two felonies, alleging that they collaborated in late 2015 to ship more than 5 kilograms of concentrated marijuana oil from Minnesota to New York, where a subsidiary company faced a product shortfall ahead of New York's January 2016 start to legal sales.