United Airlines cancels 5,000 Boeing 737 Max flights through October

United Airlines has reportedly extended its cancellation of Boeing 737 Max flights until at least November 3rd, the company announced on Friday, which will affect 5,000 flights through September and October. The airline had previously extended cancellations through September 3rd, following the news that the Federal Aviation Administration had discovered a new flaw in the flight […]

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Malware Agent Smith has affected 25 million Android devices

A new malware called Agent Smith has recently affected more than 25 million android devices. This Android malware replaces portions of apps with its own code according to security firm Check Point. The malware doesn’t steal data from a user. Instead, it hacks apps and forces them to display more ads or takes credit for the […]

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Global T20 Partners With Interacting Technology Sport To Create a New Digital World For The Fans

Global T20 Canada is pleased to announce its collaboration with Interacting Technology Sports to provide fans with an exciting and one of its kind of experience of the game in the digital space. In the first season, more than 50 million fans across the world witnessed this mega tournament. Committed to make the league bigger, […]

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ICE and the FBI are reportedly using facial recognition on driver’s license databases in US

Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are using facial recognition tools on state driver’s license databases around the country, according to newly released documents. In documents from multiple states released today, Georgetown Law reveals how officials regularly turn to local DMVs for facial recognition searches. The database searches scan millions of […]

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Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei Thinks Apple As Role Model On Data Privacy

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei has recently said Apple is his role model in a scenario where the Chinese government requests the company to unlock its devices which might go against the users interests. In an interview with the Financial Times, Zhengfei said that his company will not provide users data to the Chinese government […]

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Google stops trends email alerts in New Zealand after breaching court order

Google reportedly stops trends email alerts in New Zealand after its email alert system Trends breached a court order suppressing details of a high-profile murder case reported Reuters and AFP. Google apologized for the error but refused to change how its Trends feature works. An email from the company’s New Zealand government affairs manager Ross Young reported by The […]

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Amazon admitted that keeps Alexa data even if you delete audio files

Amazon has recently admitted that it doesn’t always delete data that it obtains through Alexa and Echo devices even after a user chooses to wipe the audio files from their account. The revelations, outlined explicitly by Amazon in a letter to Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE), which was published today and dated June 28th, sheds even more light on […]

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US border agency suspends all contract with Percepits for data breach

US Customs and Border Protection has suspended all federal contracts with a surveillance contractor suspected of suffering a data breach, according to a report from The Washington Post. Perceptics, which sells license-plate scanners and other border control equipment, is now prohibited from contracting with CBP and all other federal agencies. CBP officials listed the cause of the […]

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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accused Samsung for misleading customers

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has recently accused Samsung for misleading customers over the nature of various phones water resistance. Samsung has been depicting phones in or near to unsuitable environments such as swimming pools and oceans since 2016, the ACCC alleges, when it didn’t have a basis to make this representation. “The […]

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