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TikTok and 53 other iOS apps continue to monitor your confidential data on the clipboard

In March, researchers discovered that more than four dozen iOS apps, including TikTok, the Chinese social media and video sharing phenomenon that has taken the Internet by storm, have had privacy issues. Despite TikTok’s promise to curb the practice, some of Apple’s most confidential data continues to be accessed, including passwords, cryptocurrency wallet addresses, account reset links, and personal messages. …

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The future is slipping as coronavirus cases continue to rise

The “Fearless Girl” statue will be on Friday June 12, 2020 in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, USA. Jeenah Moon | Bloomberg | Getty Images US equity futures fell on Sunday night after a solid weekly performance on Wall Street given continued concerns about the Corona virus outbreak. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell …

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Protests against “worldwide” racism continue

ROME / LONDON (Reuters) – Protesters in Rome held their fists in the air and sang “No justice! No peace! “On Sunday, while people in London who opposed official warnings did not gather, they lay down in front of the US Embassy as part of a rolling global anti-racism movement. In Belgium, the police fired tear gas and dispersed around …

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Protests in cities across the country continue Saturday: NPR

Protesters and activists walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Saturday. The cities saw some of their largest gatherings in the past two weeks on Saturday. Craig Ruttle / AP Hide label Switch label Craig Ruttle / AP Protesters and activists walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Saturday. The cities saw some of their largest …

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Some Saints players accept the apology from Drew Brees and are ready to continue

After New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees apologized for controversial statements regarding the NFL players’ decision to kneel during the national anthem, some Saints players accepted his apology. On Wednesday morning, Brees attended an interview with Daniel Roberts and was asked about players who might kneel again during the national anthem at the start of the 2020 NFL season. “I …

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New charges against former Minneapolis police officers as protests continue

A private autopsy performed by doctors hired by Mr. Floyd’s family revealed that Mr. Floyd died not only from the knee at the back of his neck, but also from the pressure other officials exerted on his back. The cause of death was listed as mechanical asphyxia, a murder that the autopsy found. The Hennepin County coroner also found the …

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George Floyd’s protests continue nationwide, but remain largely peaceful

30m ago The linebacker of the state of Oklahoma has a corona virus after participating in the Floyd rally Oklahoma State Linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga says he tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a protest in Tulsa. Ogbongbemiga made the announcement in a Twitter post. The 21-year-old Ogbongbemiga says he protected himself during the protest. “Please, if you want to protest, …

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Photos of Day 3 George Floyd’s death protests continue in the Bay Area and are ransacked in shopping centers during the day

CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing photos on a mobile device. The clashes between demonstrators and police continued for a third day and night in the Bay Area on Sunday, with police fighting protesters in numerous communities. There was more looting and violence, and San Jose and Walnut Creek, along with San Francisco, imposed curfews on Sunday to keep …

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High unemployment rates will continue to lead budget-conscious consumers to Dollar General, Dollar Tree & Family Dollar

With unemployment rising and consumer budgets shrinking, analysts predict higher sales in dollar stores such as Dollar General Corp., Dollar Tree Inc. and Family Dollar. Weekly unemployment claims in the US rose more than 2.1 million on Thursday. Around 48 million Americans have been applying for unemployment benefits since mid-March, when the country started bans to stem the spread of …

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