Apple is making it harder for police to collect evidence from iPhones of suspected criminals

  1. Apple is making it harder for police to collect evidence from iPhones of suspected criminals  Chicago Tribune
  2. Comment: No, Apple isn’t trying to thwart law enforcement with iOS 12 USB restrictions  9to5Mac
  3. Apple to tighten iPhone data security by closing gap used by police to crack devices  USA TODAY
  4. Apple 2019 iPhone likely to support USB-C  Digitimes
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Chemical Weapons Inspectors Collect Samples in Syria in Wake of Gas Attack

  1. Chemical Weapons Inspectors Collect Samples in Syria in Wake of Gas Attack  TIME
  2. Inspectors Enter Syrian Town to Investigate Suspected Chemical Attack  Wall Street Journal
  3. International inspectors enter Douma, site of alleged Syrian chemical attack  Washington Post
  4. Let’s allow chemical weapons inspectors from the OPCW to do their jobs in Syria  The Independent
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Chemical weapons inspectors collect samples from Syria site

  1. Chemical weapons inspectors collect samples from Syria site  ABC News
  2. Syria ‘chemical’ attack: Douma’s warren of war tunnels revealed  BBC News
  3. Russia: Chemical weapons experts head to Syrian city  UPI.com
  4. Executive Council – OPCW  OPCW
  5. Syria forces enter Douma, last holdout in rebel bastion – state media  Rappler
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Supreme Court split on whether online sellers must collect sales taxes across US

  1. Supreme Court split on whether online sellers must collect sales taxes across US  Los Angeles Times
  2. Justices Divided on Sales Taxes for Online Purchases  New York Times
  3. Supreme Court leans against allowing internet sales tax  NBCNews.com
  4. Supreme Court closely divided on changing rules for online sales tax collection  USA TODAY
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Facebook explains how it can collect info about you even if you never post on Facebook

  1. Facebook explains how it can collect info about you even if you never post on Facebook  CNBC
  2. Facebook is complicated, but Congress should figure out regulations  SFGate
  3. Bumble will allow users to log in without Facebook  The Verge
  4. Opinion: This one number proves Facebook’s data scandal is already history  MarketWatch
  5. Facebook’s real fake-news problem: It’s the memes, stupid  CNET
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How Facebook was able to collect Android phone and text logs

  1. How Facebook was able to collect Android phone and text logs  CBS News
  2. After Facebook’s Algorithm Change Devastated Organic Reach, How Are Publishers Coping?  Adweek
  3. Facebook’s data scandal should be a wake-up call about our online footprint  CNBC
  4. Facebook scraped call, text message data for years from Android phones [Updated]  Ars Technica
  5. Facebook: We Never Log Call And SMS History Without Permission  ValueWalk
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People are freaking out that Facebook's Android apps collect call and text data — but Facebook says it got permission

  1. People are freaking out that Facebook’s Android apps collect call and text data — but Facebook says it got permission  Business Insider
  2. Facebook denies logging users’ calls, texts without permission  CNET
  3. Facebook saves extensive call, text data made by Android users: Ars Technica  CNBC
  4. Jelly Bean | Android Developers  Android Developers
  5. Facebook has been collecting call history and SMS data from Android devices  The Verge
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MoviePass CEO says app doesn't collect customer data while inactive

  1. MoviePass CEO says app doesn’t collect customer data while inactive  Phone Arena
  2. Now MoviePass’ CEO says the app never tracked customers  Engadget
  3. MoviePass removes ‘unused’ location-tracking features from iOS app  SC Magazine
  4. MoviePass CEO backpedals on location tracking and talks strategy to break even by 2019  TechCrunch
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Trump administration backs states' bid to collect online sales taxes

Trump administration backs states' bid to collect online sales taxesBy Andrew Chung WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Monday said states should be able to require online retailers to collect sales taxes, backing an appeal by South Dakota at the U.S. Supreme Court that could mean billions of dollars in revenue for state coffers. South Dakota is asking the justices to overturn a 1992 Supreme Court ruling that companies with no physical presence in a state are not required to collect a state sales tax on purchases. A lower court decision favored Internet retailers Wayfair Inc, Overstock.com Inc and Newegg Inc in the dispute.


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