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Qwest reportedly balked at NSA records sweep (2006)
Coalition of big investors pushes banks to defund carbon emitters
All the Numbers are US: Large-scale Abuse of Contact Discovery in Mobile Messengers
Facebook Wants to ‘Normalize‘ the Mass Scraping of Personal Data
Life after Merkel: Germany’s ties with China head into the unknown
China’s digital yuan displaces the dollar
Eye in the Sky: Private Satellites and Government Macro Data
Capitalism needs a new Martin Luther to call out the “woke indulgence sellers”
Bill to reveal names of California recall signers won’t move ahead
The Florida House has resoundingly approved a consumer privacy bill that gives the public an opportunity to regain ownership of the personal data collected by companies.
How a Chinese Surveillance Broker Became Oracle’s “Partner of the Year”
They are now speaking out about the horrors they witnessed, when around them, an estimated million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities were forcibly taken to internment camps for “re-education.”
In reality the hearing’s climate alarmist statements and claims represented nothing but conjecture and speculation driven by the political ambitions of politicians and scientists seeking fame and additional government funding. The hearing failed to address scientifically proven and verifiable climate evidence.
Moneyball With Money: How Billy Beane and Brian Cashman Became Friends, Won Games, and Influenced People
It’s one thing when activists lie in furtherance of their goals. But when the media is deliberately misleading their audience for the sake of a narrative, it’s an enormous, malignant problem.
With the low-cost, reusable Falcon 9 rocket, SpaceX has already badly damaged the commercial launch industries in Europe, Russia, and Japan. For the Artemis Program, Europe is contributing the Service Module for the Orion spacecraft. How would these officials react if NASA now says, “non merci” to that contribution because of SpaceX?
The risk of being exposed to Covid-19 indoors is as great at 60 feet as it is at 6 feet — even when wearing a mask, according to a new study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers who challenge social distancing guidelines adopted across the world.
Diess infamously complained to reporters that these workers’ bargaining power meant that a one-litre pot of coffee for a meeting at the plant costs the company roughly €60.
Navalny Has a Lesson for the World. The Russian opposition leader is showing what courage means.
Lockdown proponents can’t escape the blame for the biggest public health fiasco in history
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