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WhatsApp, which was set to enforce its new data-sharing policy on May 15 — following a delay in response to a user outcry — revealed on its website that it would not immediately cut off users who don’t accept the new terms, although it would send reminders to those who don’t opt in. The update […]

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What types of data are companies collecting, and when does it stop serving us? Value exchange: The ultimate differentiator First, let’s start by assessing the process of giving away data. It’s assumed that in 2020, every person produced approximately 1.7MB of data every second. Without a doubt, a portion of this data is created – […]

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Cryptocurrency scams seem to be gaining momentum by the day. Hard on the heels of scammers tricking Discord users by offering nonexistent coins on fake exchanges, inventing stories about lucky winners on fake news sites, and simulating helicopter money, a new scheme is exploiting Lightshot’s screen-sharing tool to get money from overly curious cryptoinvestors. Convenient […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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