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A large privacy group wants Google to sell Nest

Following the revelations that Google did not inform consumers about a microphone in its Nest security devices, a long-standing privacy advocacy group is calling on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take action. On Wednesday, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) sent a letter to the FTC warning the Commission of the potential consumer risk and urging Google to act …

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How Machado behaves affects large free agents

Manny Machado is expected to become the richest free agent in the history of American team sports by agreeing with the Padres on Tuesday to sign a ten-year, $ 300 million contract . How long will this record last? :: Manny Machado's deal with Padres :: The Machado News had barely been digested when all eyes immediately turned to Bryce …

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Asteroid Tracker: Asteroids large enough to overcome BLOCK OUT STARS pass through TOMORROW | Science | news

Asteroid Jurgenstock will fly past Earth on Tuesday, February 19, briefly erasing the brightest star in the sky. From Earth's point of view, the asteroid seems to roll right in front of the double star system of Sirius A. According to the International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA), the star will temporarily disappear from view. The time of so-called occultation is …

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Experts say that large meteor strips ruled the Florida sky

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Experts say a fireball fluttering over Central Florida this week over the night sky was a big meteor. The Spalding Allsky Camera Network leader, Dwayne Free, says the meteor is up to a meter wide and explodes the Atlantic with a force of 100 tons of TNT. Florida Today reports that the fireball was seen from Titusville …

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Asteroid Crash ATTENTION: Watch the large asteroid DESTROY Earth – Crash – Simulation | Science | news

Asteroids and meteors hit the earth daily, throwing hundreds of tons of space debris into the planet's atmosphere. About every 2,000 years, an asteroid the size of a football field strikes and causes widespread destruction. According to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), at least 771 significant meteorite impacts were recorded worldwide between April 15, 1988 and February 1, 2019. Civilization-threatening …

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US Border Patrol overwhelmed by large groups of migrant families

(Reuters) – The US Border Guard said Friday its resources had become very thin due to ever-larger groups of Central American families left behind by smugglers in remote locations along the US-Mexico border. So far, in the 2019 financial year, which began last October, the Border Patrol has arrested 60 groups of 100 or more migrants, compared with 13 in …

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Iran can release a large number of prisoners

Iran notoriously brutal Evin Prison in northern Tehran (Behrouz Javid Tehrani / IHRDC) Iran claims it will pardon "a large number" of prisoners on the occasion of the upcoming 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, although the number of people trapped may remain open, according to Sky News , Iranian state television has not confirmed the exact figure, but some …

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Explosion in San Francisco: The explosion of a large gas pipeline in San Francisco causes Inferno

A gas pipeline explosion caused an inferno on Wednesday in a neighborhood in San Francisco, the city's fire department said. San Francisco Fire Department spokesman John Baxter said there had been an unknown number of rescue operations. The incident occurred at the corner of Geary Blvd. and Parker Ave. at 13.00 CBS San Francisco reported Wednesday in the district of …

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The future of space astronomy may depend on two large ground telescopes

This article was originally published in the January 21, 2019 issue of the SpaceNews magazine. At the largest conference of astronomers in the United States, the largest astronomy mission under development was virtually a non-appearance. The partial government shutdown, which began on December 22, prevented NASA officials from attending the January 2010 American Astronomical Society (AAS) winter convention in Seattle. …

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