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2022 – Facebook introduces a new message privacy test after it faced backlash for delivering chats to the Nebraska Police Department from a girl accused of performing an illegal abortion

Download here Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Photo by Liu Jie/Xinhua via Getty Facebook announced Thursday that it will be testing end-to-end encryption as a default in Messenger. It comes after Facebook faced backlash for handing over talks to Nebraska police officers investigating suspected illegal abortion. End-to-end encryption is a way to communicate securely so that Facebook can’t see people’s messages. ...

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2022 – Best Motorola Phones – Updated August 2022

Although Motorola is not a market leader like Samsung or even Xiaomi has been in the global smartphone market for quite some time. It is understood that the company has gained experience in offering the best possible phones to meet the increasing demands of the users. under When it comes to Motorola cell phones, you’ll find plenty of great options ...

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2022 – What is the windfall tax and will it be extended to UK utilities? | energy industry

Interest in imposing an unexpected tax for power generation companies resurfaced after industry managers met with Chancellor Nazim Zahawi and Business Minister Kwasi Quarting on Thursday. Former consultant Rishi Sunak introduced an unexpected tax to oil and gas operators in the North Sea in May. Here we examine the case. What is the sudden income tax? A windfall tax is ...

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2022 – The truth about full body scans

Drive in certain neighborhoods in Los Angeles and you may see many signs advertising body scans where there are burger joints. Or maybe you saw the ad on TV or the Internet: “Protect your health! Can a whole-body CT scan do it — and what are the risks? And are DEXA scans a good way to check your body composition? ...

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2022 – Voices of youth have a crucial role in building a more just society. It’s time for our leaders to listen | Sam Ibrahim

WWhen you hear the word “Youth Parliament,” what comes to your mind now? You might imagine some sort of miniature UNO stacked with Payton Hobarts, Tracy Flicks, or the (fictional) Paris Gellers of the world. You might think of LARPing (live role playing) students as politicians, when they should master beer-pong style instead. After all, why would young people want ...

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