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World's first face-to-face lawsuit warns police of privacy violations

"The algorithms of the law must keep up with new and emerging technologies." This was the appeal of two judges from the Supreme Court who presided over the world's first legal challenge against face recognition technology. They rejected allegations by Cardiff resident Ed Bridges that police violated his human rights and data protection laws by scanning him for protest and …

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Let me tell you how badly Obama has screwed up the ISIS situation

Democratic lawmakers and their allies are receiving more in the press than they bargained for this week with the release of the memoir of former Secretary of Defense James Matisse, The Chaos of Invitation . White House critics for weeks over the possibility of a retired naval general's book being made public by the White House overflowing with delicious gossip …

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Dorian is still powerful, the weather is getting worse tonight

A storm surge at this height could cause significant flooding on the shores of the flood-prone areas of Garden City, Cherry Grove, Paulis Island and Murals Inlet. High waves can cause significant erosion of the beach, breaking dunes and overflowing the ocean in some areas. If Dorian is stronger or passes closer to shore, a more significant storm tide would …

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Mike Pence faces heat over Doonbeg boondoggle

Pence's journey was intended to show his origins and support a key US ally. Now – with one stop on the left – diplomacy is overshadowed by ethics and this ally, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is facing its own political crisis. Vice President's problems begin in the village of Doonbeg, Ireland, with a population of less than 1,000, where …

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Marian Williamson proposes that we use the "power of mind" to change the course of Hurricane Dorian

Marian Williamson, presidential candidate in 2020, spoke during an event in Clear Lake, Iowa, last month. (Daniel Acker / Bloomberg) Felicia Sonmez National Reporter for The Washington Post's Destructive Political News Team September 4 at 12:52 PM Democratic presidential candidate Marian Williamson proposed a non-presidential election on Wednesday suggestion to deal with Hurricane Dorian: using "power of mind" to feed …

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I'm a CNN meteorologist. I was a skeptic about climate change

As a skeptic, I did not deny the existence of climate change. I questioned the data behind the science. A large number eventually changed my mind. That was on April 23, 2013. After that day, I started attending climate conferences and continued to consume more and more data coming from climate change. I like to say that I did not …

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LIVE: Sajid David announces billions in funding for cost review

The Chancellor of the Exchequer discloses his budget for spending in the House of Commons. Subscribe to the latest developments in politics: https: //www.telegraph.co.uk/politics / … the best selling daily newspaper providing news and analysis of events in the UK and the world, business, sports , lifestyle and culture. Source link

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Last update on Hurricane Dorian: Category 2 storm threatens millions in US after pumping to Bahamas – latest forecast, route, route, models

Neighborhoods were flattened, homes were shattered in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian Hurricane Dorian Rapid Facts Hurricane Dorian, a Category 2 storm, was moving parallel to northeast Florida coast, according to the National Center. The hurricane cobbled the Bahamas for 48 hours. Thousands of homes are estimated to be damaged or destroyed, and tens of thousands lack drinking water. Efforts …

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