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How to Stop Location Data Tracking The main question being debated is whether a Supreme Court decision in 2017 that said police must have a warrant to search cell phone data applies to government agencies like DHS. The majority of the new information details an extensive contract DHS made with Venntel, a data broker that says it sells mobile location data to solve "the world's most challenging problems." The ACLU still describes the practice as "shadowy," saying that DHS agencies still owed them more documents that would further show how they are "sidestepping" the "Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable government searches and seizures by buying access to, and using, huge volumes of people's cell phone location information quietly extracted from smartphone apps."This week, the American Civil Liberties Union released thousands of heavily redacted pages of documents that provide a "glimpse" of how DHS agencies came to leverage "a shocking amount" of location data, apparently purchasing data without following proper protocols to ensure they had the authority to do so.The collection of emails, contracts, spreadsheets, and presentation slides provide evidence that "the Trump administration's immigration enforcers used mobile location data to track people's movements on a larger scale than previously known," and the practice has continued under Biden due to a contract that didn't expire until 2021.It seems that the privacy and legal teams, however, came to an agreement on use terms, because the location data-buying practice has since resumed, with Immigration and Customs Enforcement signing a new Venntel contract last winter that goes through June 2023.In 2021, the Defense Intelligence Agency also purchased location data without a warrant, bypassing the 2017 Supreme Court decision because the Department of Defense has its own "Attorney General-approved data handling requirements."It's a gray area because, the Congressional Research Service says, "the Supreme Court has long recognized that the government may conduct routine inspections and searches of individuals entering at the US border without a warrant" and that "some federal courts have applied the 'border search exception' to allow relatively limited, manual searches at the border of electronic devices such as computers and cell phones.Then Politico got access and released a report confirming that DHS contracted with two surveillance companies, Babel Street and Venntel, to scour hundreds of millions of cell phones from 2017 to 2019 and access "more than 336,000 location data points across North America."Even if that bill is passed, though, the new law would still provide some exceptions that would allow government agencies to continue tracking mobile location data. It's still unclear whether the practice was legal, but a DHS privacy officer was worried enough about privacy and legal concerns that DHS was ordered to "stop all projects involving Venntel data" in June 2019.
Advertisement The majority of the new information details an extensive contract DHS made with Venntel, a data broker that says it sells mobile location data to solve "the world's most challenging problems." It's still unclear whether the practice was legal, but a DHS privacy officer was worried enough about privacy and legal concerns that DHS was ordered to "stop all projects involving Venntel data" in June 2019.It seems that the privacy and legal teams, however, came to an agreement on use terms, because the location data-buying practice has since resumed, with Immigration and Customs Enforcement signing a new Venntel contract last winter that goes through June 2023.This week, the American Civil Liberties Union released thousands of heavily redacted pages of documents that provide a "glimpse" of how DHS agencies came to leverage "a shocking amount" of location data, apparently purchasing data without following proper protocols to ensure they had the authority to do so. The ACLU still describes the practice as "shadowy," saying that DHS agencies still owed them more documents that would further show how they are "sidestepping" the "Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable government searches and seizures by buying access to, and using, huge volumes of people's cell phone location information quietly extracted from smartphone apps."The collection of emails, contracts, spreadsheets, and presentation slides provide evidence that "the Trump administration's immigration enforcers used mobile location data to track people's movements on a larger scale than previously known," and the practice has continued under Biden due to a contract that didn't expire until 2021. The second item that Sarfati disputed is regarding the claim that "DHS’ acting privacy officer ordered the agency to 'stop all projects involving Venntel data' in June 2019."Rather, the June 2023 date on that contract was a "potential end date" that "marks the end of this contract's potential period of performance or when the recipient will finish its work if all remaining contract extension options are exercised."Even if that bill is passed, though, the new law would still provide some exceptions that would allow government agencies to continue tracking mobile location data.Then Politico got access and released a report confirming that DHS contracted with two surveillance companies, Babel Street and Venntel, to scour hundreds of millions of cell phones from 2017 to 2019 and access "more than 336,000 location data points across North America." Original story: For years, people have wondered not if, but how much, the Department of Homeland Security accesses mobile location data to monitor US citizens. Wessler also commented on exceptions for government agencies made in the Fourth Amendment Is Not for Sale Act, saying that if the bill is passed, it's likely that "there will continue to be some kinds of digital records the government will be able to get without a warrant" but would still need a subpoena. The ACLU says that no laws currently prevent data sales to the government, but that could change soon.These meetings also incorporated direct privacy-by-design feedback from DHS, the features of which were incorporated into our data over the course of the contract.In documents, US Customs and Border Patrol said Venntel's location data helped them improve immigration enforcement and investigations into human trafficking and narcotics.The Department of Homeland Security’s privacy and legal offices repeatedly reviewed and approved of the agency’s use of Venntel’s data.DHS privacy and legal offices authorized the continued use of Venntel’s data following this meeting." Advertisement The ACLU also responded to confirm how many documents it has received since the lawsuit ordered DHS to comply.
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Following are the software versions for the first Pixel 6a update: Global (Unlocked) Pixel 6a: SD2A.220601.003 AT&T, T-Mobile Pixel 6a: SD2A.220601.002 Verizon Pixel 6a: SD2A.220601.004 It’s unclear if the latest Pixel 6a update fixes the previously reported fingerprint unlocking bug. The rollout for the Pixel 6a update has already started, and Google notes it’ll continue over the next few weeks in phases.Google hasn’t addressed the issue, but some people who have the Pixel 6a claim that the fingerprint sensor unlocks for any person who uses it.The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are currently on the July patch but should get the latest security update soon enough.
I've somehow gone from being a person who basically doesn't care about cars at all … to being one of those insufferable electric car people who won't shut up about them. Yes, yes, electric cars are clean, but it's a revelation how clean everything is in an electric. Electric cars aren't just electric, they're utterly digital to their very core. Electric cars are mechanically much simpler than gasoline cars, which means they are inherently more reliable and cheaper to maintain.And I'm here to tell you that right now, today, I'd buy any modern electric car over a gasoline powered car.When exactly did electric cars go from "expensive, experimental thing for crazy people" to "By God, I'll never buy another old fashioned gasoline based car if I can help it"? This chronicles the creation of three very influential early electric cars — the Nissan Leaf, the Chevy Volt, and of course the Tesla Roadster from 2005 - 2008. I was vaguely aware of the early electric cars.I guess technically in 2019 electric cars require artificial soundmakers at low speed for safety, and this car has one. This electric car is such a great experience. If you too are intrigued by the idea of owning an electric car, you should be. It's been 5 years, but from time to time I'd see some electric vehicle on the road and I'd think about that Intergalactic SpaceBoat of Light and Wonder.You take for granted how dirty and noisy gas based cars are in daily operation – the engine noise, the exhaust fumes, the brake dust on the rims, the oily residues and thin black film that descends on everything, the way you have to wash your hands every time you use the gas station pumps.None of this is necessary on an electric vehicle, whose electric motor is basically one moving part with simple 100% direct drive from the motor to the wheels. I then watched the sequel, Revenge of the Electric Car.Maybe it's time for our family to jump on the electric car trend, too, and just late enough that we can avoid the bleeding edge and end up merely on the … leading edge? Electric cars are (almost) completely silent.Gas cars always felt like the classic 1950s Pixar Cars world of grease monkeys and machine shop guys, maybe with a few digital bobbins added here and there as an afterthought.With any modern electric car, provided you drive less than 200 miles a day round trip (who even drives this much?), it's very unlikely you'll ever need to "fill the tank" anywhere but at home. As for me, I have seen the future, and it is absolutely, inexorably, and unavoidably … electric. That's why we're now the proud owners of a fully electric 2019 Kia Niro.The last new car I bought (and in fact, now that I think about it, the first new car I ever bought) was the quirky 1998 Ford Contour SVT.This electric car, on the other hand, is squarely in the post-iPhone world of everyday digital gadgets.It's so much better than our gas powered station wagon that I swear, if there was a fully electric minivan (there isn't) I was expecting another car, like the three we bought before. I was expecting "yet another car", but what I got instead was a new, radical worldview. Gas cars seem, for lack of a better word, obsolete.Electric cars feel like spacecraft because they move so effortlessly.I figure if you're going to flirt with partially electric cars, why not put aside these half measures and go all the way?The precise moment that Lithium-Ion batteries were in play – that's when electric cars started to become viable.I needed to do the research to understand the history, and I started with the often recommended documentary Who Killed the Electric Car?This one is essential, because it covers the dawn of the modern electric car we have today.None of them were perfect electric vehicles by any means: the Roadster was $100k, the Leaf had limited range, and the Volt was still technically a hybrid, albeit only using the gasoline engine to charge the battery.But in an world of more and more viable electric vehicles this status quo increasingly starts to feel … deeply unnatural.Every one of these three electric cars was well conceived and made it to market in volume, though not without significant challenges, both internal and external.And electric cars are part of my world, rather than the other way around.The electric car is that much better. The station wagon made sense for a family of three, but became something of a disappointment because it was purchased before — surprise! I'm here to tell you that a station wagon doesn't quite cut it as a permanent riot abatement tool. After 7 years, the station wagon had to go. Ten years later, Tesla has the model 3 at $38,000 and we bought our Kia Niro for about the same price.Electric is so much better of an overall experience that you begin to wonder: why did we ever do it that way?Bring your skepticism, as always; I highly recommend the above Matt Ferrell explainer video on electric vehicle myths. Being able to charge at home overnight is perhaps the most radical transformation of all.The battery tech was nowhere near ready, and per the Wikipedia article the estimated actual cost of the car was somewhere between $100,000 and $250,000 though I suspect it was much closer to the latter.With the level 2 charger installed, it literally looks like a gas pump on the side of the house, except this one "pumps" … electrons. It's still early, but the trend lines are clear. How did this transformation happen, from my perspective, so suddenly?I ignored it all because, like I said, I'm not a car guy. This is mostly about the original highly experimental General Motors EV1 from 1996 to 1999. Do you remember that rapturous 2014 Oatmeal comic about the Tesla Model S?As Mark Twain once said: Sufficient unto the day is one baby.
I bought a Tesla on a whim. I love it — but I still take a gas car on road trips so I don't have to charge.
I thought the Tesla would be a fun, unique car to own I liked the idea of never having to go to a smelly gas station again. It's not for road-tripping, but it's a great car to go to and from work in In Michigan, the Tesla rebates were all already taken, so I didn't benefit from the rebate. The battery drains pretty quickly just sitting there I put the 220-volt charger in my garage, which was a major expense, because the outlet box was in the farthest corner of my basement. Courtesy of Liz Eselius-Naporano My favorite feature of the car is that it's very comfortable. The Tesla is super heavy and I feel safe in it, but it definitely has disadvantages I planned a last-minute trip to visit my friend in South Carolina. She says it's a unique and fun car that's great for not using gas money on close-to-home commutes.I've always been the kind of person who sees a car as getting you from A to B safely and with a lot of reliability, but I do love driving this car. I do have a Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, but we needed a second car because I have two kids. This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Liz Eselius-Naporano, who bought a Tesla Model Y in 2021. I'm not a car person. For me, the Tesla is great for saving on gas. I have a long-range Tesla that's supposed to have a little over 300 miles of range. Get the latest tech news & scoops — delivered daily to your inbox. A little over a year ago, I was shopping with my son.I bought it for environmental reasons and not so much to save money at the gas pump, because at the time, gas wasn't really expensive. It's easy to charge around Detroit. I would tell my past self to buy another Tesla.Another feature that I love about the car is the app that shows where my kids are, and the speed they're driving. There's also the anxiety of "Oh my god, I'm at 5% and what if there's no Supercharger or there's a brownout?" I don't really drive much, so it works out.I said, "Screw it, I'll take a gas car."I also love the Toybox, a tech menu that shows all the cool Tesla electronics features such as the Boombox, which can play audio inside and outside the vehicle.So for me, the Tesla is not a good car to do road trips in.I love the white interior, and I got the white exterior too, which I think looks very sharp.I guess it depends on how fast you drive, but I live in a cold state, and the battery does not do well in Michigan.Liz Eselius-Naporano bought a Tesla Model Y in 2021 while out on a shopping trip with her son.
The rebate is only for people who bought a new Bolt this year According to Chevy spokesperson Kevin Kelly, the rebate is “limited to customers who purchased a 2020-2022 Bolt EV/EUV in the 2022 calendar year.”However, as Jalopnik points out, taking the rebate means agreeing to never sue the company for any present or future issues with the car or its battery or join any class action suits related to the Bolt.Chevy has started offering some Bolt owners rebates of up to $6,000 as a “goodwill reimbursement” for anyone who bought one of the battery-powered EVs shortly before the company made them significantly cheaper. Given that Bolt had to be recalled twice following several battery fires (and the fact that the recall was expanded to include pretty much every model of the car), it may be an uncomfortable agreement for some.Kelly also specified that the rebate is only being offered to people who bought “new retail” vehicles at a Chevy dealer.(Not only is the owner not allowed to sue — neither are their “heirs, agents, servants, beneficiaries, legal representatives, assigns, wards, executors, successors, [or] administrators.”)
Hitting the jackpot can open a world of possibilities for lottery winners, who may finally be able to buy a new house, find a new job they are passionate about, or create an organization focused on a cause they care for. An Illinois resident — whose identity has not been revealed — is likely pondering the question right now, after having claimed a winning Mega Millions ticket worth $1.28 billion on Friday. Winning a giant sum of money can open up a world of possibilities, for a new house to a giant charity donation. Here are the first things 14 different lottery winners splashed their cash on. Here's how some of the revealed winners splashed their cash on when they found out they were rich.
Tools Are Bought, Transformations Are Sold If you’re selling a tool, you might be able to put a great website up, explain what your product does, perhaps contrast it to other tools in the market, tell customers the price and provide a way for them to buy it. Tools Sometimes, the product you are selling is in a category that is well understood. Transformations Sometimes, the product you are selling is transformational. So, if you've got a transformational product, you're likely going to need sales people to sell it.Not ones that have aggressive sales tactics and worry about how quickly they can close -- but ones that know that the prospective customer has to be sold on the change first before you can even start to have a conversation about the product. Example: The early “inbound marketing platform” HubSpot was selling in our early years.I’m not saying that these products can’t be sophisticated or differentiated, what I am saying is that customers have a pretty good sense for what the product is going to do for them and why they might need it.One thing that I wish I had learned earlier in my entrepreneurial career is this: Tools are bought, transformations are sold. Tips On Selling A Transformative Product If you’re selling a transformation, a website is not going to be enough.Customers know the category, they know what other products are in that category, and they may previously have used another tool in the category.If you’re asking someone to make a massive change to how they do things, you’re going to likely have to sell.Without making that sale, you’re not going to be able to sell them on your particular product. Examples of tools are a to-do list app, or a time tracking system. Change is hard.
That retailer will “carry the full line of the erotica content,” and customers “can look to them for current and future releases,” according to Right Stuf.“We’ve worked with the Right Stuf team to ensure a smooth transition to another vendor (Ero Anime Store) who can fulfill mature content seamlessly,” a Crunchyroll representative said in a statement. “One company, regardless of how much I like that company, should not be in control of THIS much of one product,” anime critic Kate Sánchez said on Twitter.In a statement published on the Ero Anime Store landing page, the retailer’s president — who signed off as “Wendy C” — acknowledged that the change might feel sudden, but asked customers for patience.As for the origins of this third party, the people behind the Ero Anime Store said in its own FAQ that the storefront’s owners “have worked with Right Stuf’s team for many years.” Under its new ownership, Right Stuf is “phasing out the Erotica genre content and product,” the retailer says in an FAQ on its website.Jacob Grady, the CEO of Fakku, the largest publisher of English hentai in the world, said on Twitter that the deal is a “massive blow” to his company.The deal further consolidates Crunchyroll as a central force in the distribution of anime products, and it already sparked criticism from anime fans, since the acquisition has resulted in the removal of erotic products from Right Stuf’s storefront.In a separate thread later, she added, “Crunchyroll buying RightStuf is like Disney buying your local comic store and then limiting what they can sell.”“It may take us a bit, but we want to make sure it’s done right,” Wendy said.The site’s FAQ says that the store should be up and running “within a couple of weeks.”
Amazon now owns four smart home brands (in addition to its Alexa platform, anchored by its Echo smart speakers and smart displays): home security company Ring, budget camera company Blink, and mesh Wi-Fi pioneers Eero. Knowing your floor plan provides context, and in the smart home, context is king This type of data is digital gold to a company whose primary purpose is to sell you more stuff.With detailed maps of our homes and the ability to communicate directly with more smart home devices once Matter arrives, Amazon’s vision of ambient intelligence in the smart home suddenly becomes a lot more attainable. “We really believe in ambient intelligence — an environment where your devices are woven together by AI so they can offer far more than any device could do on its own,” Marja Koopmans, director of Alexa smart home, told me in an interview last month. With context, the smart home becomes smarter; devices can work better and work together without the homeowner having to program them or prompt them to do so. Astro — Amazon’s “lovable” home bot — was likely an attempt at getting that data. Ring’s Always Home Cam has similar mapping capabilities, allowing the flying camera to safely navigate your home. From a smart home perspective, it seems clear Amazon wants iRobot for the maps it generates to give it that deep understanding of our homes.When I spoke to iRobot’s Colin Angle earlier this summer, he said iRobot OS — the latest software operating system for its robot vacuums and mops — would provide its household bots with a deeper understanding of your home and your habits.And in the smart home that Amazon is making a major play for, context is king.While I’m interested to see how Amazon can leverage iRobot’s tech to improve its smart home ambitions, many are right to be concerned with the privacy implications.Add in iRobot and Amazon has many of the elements needed to create an almost sentient smart home, one that can anticipate what you want it to do and do it without you asking.People want home automation to work better, but they don’t want to give up the intimate details of their lives for more convenience.But if I don’t know where the kitchen is, and I don’t know where the refrigerator is, and I don’t know what a beer looks like, it really doesn’t matter that I understand your words.” Each of iRobot’s connected Roomba vacuums and mops trundles around homes multiple times a week, mapping and remapping the spaces.(Currently, users can opt out of Roomba’s Smart Maps feature, which stores mapping data and shares it between iRobot devices.)Instead, it probably picked up the company (for a relative bargain — iRobot just reported a 30 percent revenue decline in the face of increasing competition) to get a detailed look inside our homes.But for a thousand dollars and with limited capabilities (it couldn’t vacuum your home) and no general release date, Astro isn’t getting that info for Amazon anytime soon.Echo smart speakers and now its thorough knowledge of your floor plan, give it a pretty complete picture of your daily life. This is a conundrum throughout the tech world, but in our homes, it’s far more personal.Amazon will need to do a lot more to prove it’s worthy of this type of unfettered access to your home.Amazon’s history of sharing data with police departments through its subsidiary Ring, combined with its “always listening (for the wake word)”The robot has good mapping capabilities, powered by sensors and cameras that allow it to know everything from where the fridge is to which room you are currently in.On its latest model, the j7, iRobot added a front-facing, AI-powered camera that, according to Angle, has detected more than 43 million objects in people’s homes. All this makes it likely this purchase isn’t about robotics; if that’s what Amazon wanted, it would have bought iRobot years ago.
According to the company, it provides multi-level diffusion for soft light and has a color adjustability between 3200 and 5600K. Lume Cube Engadget The controls are pretty intuitive – simply tap the circular button to switch between brightness and warmth, and then tap the plus and minus signs to adjust the levels to your liking. That’s why I was glad when I saw that Lume Cube, which is known for its portable photo/video lighting rigs, had come out with the Edge Light late last year. Lume Cube Engadget That prompted me to purchase a cheap ring light from Amazon, but I soon realized that was a mistake.It’s tall enough to position behind my webcam when I need it for video calls, and thanks to its five pivot points, I can easily swing it around so that I can use it to illuminate my desk.So when I decided to update my desk lamp, I knew I needed a multi-tasker that wouldn’t take up a lot of real estate.It’s essentially an LED desk lamp that also doubles as a video conferencing light. Prior to purchasing the Edge Light, I relied mostly on a lamp that I bought from CB2 nearly twenty years ago. Perhaps my one complaint is that the light does produce a tiny bit of glare on my glasses when it’s positioned directly in front of me.While it’s serviceable enough as a desk lamp, the light is just too warm and subdued for Zoom sessions.On top of that, the lamp actually comes with two charging ports – one USB-A and one USB-C – which I am always using to charge up all of my various devices and accessories.The lighting is fantastic, too – I can adjust both the brightness and the warmth so that it’s bright but not too harsh.The company suggests getting two Edge Light lamps to reduce this effect, but that’s a little too rich for my blood.I really noticed it when I was a guest on a podcast; watching the video back made me realize how poor the lighting was.Over the past two years, my work-from-home situation morphed from temporary to permanent, and I’ve had to reconfigure my home office as a result.It also doesn’t provide the right lighting environment for video calls.
Tom Brady bought a Bored Ape NFT for $430,000 in April. He's lost at least $194,000 on it since then.
But its value has plummeted in the four months since — 133 ether is now worth $235,436, and the best offer his NFT, #3667, has is 77 ether, or $136,034.31, meaning its worth has dropped by 68%. Brady is one of many crypto-curious, multimillionaire celebrities that have dived into the Web3 space face first in the past year, endorsing exchanges and NFT projects and likening investing in crypto to exploring outer space. And as Insider's Avery Hartmans has reported, it's the average retail investor — not the deep-pocketed celebrity sponsors — who feel the greatest effect from dwindled or lost holdings. Bitcoin was at an all-time high of $68,000 in November and is around $23,000 this month, for example, while ether sat at $4,800 in late 2021 and is now trading at about $1,700. But the crypto winter that began creeping in last November has wiped out much of the market, which in June fell below the $1 trillion mark for the first time since February 2021. The 45-year-old purchased an NFT from the popular Bored Ape Yacht Club collection in April for 133 ether, which amounted to around $430,000 at the time. Though luckily for Brady, he has plenty of cash to spare — the NFL great penned a post-retirement, 10-year, $375 million broadcasting contract with Fox in May. The NFT market specifically has seen daily sales decline from 225,000 in September 2021 to about 19,000 as of early May, the Wall Street Journal reported. He paid 133 ether ($430,000) for it in April, which is $235,436 right now. For example, if you had invested in bitcoin on the same day that actor Matt Damon's now-famous Crypto.com ad aired on October 28, you would have seen over half of that investment wiped out by now.
Of course, a pair of DeWalt’s non-FlexVolt 1.3Ah “20V Max” batteries came with my drill, and I can go buy larger capacity batteries (up to 12Ah) if I need them — but they won’t work on a 60V tool, just as a 60V battery won’t work in my 20V drill.DeWalt makes a variety of power tools that largely work off 20V for light duty stuff like string trimmers, drills, circular saws and routers, and 60V for medium-duty gear like chainsaws, lawnmowers, grinders and impact drivers.It outputs 300W (530 in-lbs torque), the two-speed transmission switches between 0 - 450 and 1,500 RPM while the 16-stop clutch lets me fine tune the amount of torque the drill exerts.If I own a 20V drill and buy a 60V lawn mower, I’d normally be stuck buying separate 20V and 60V batteries, separate 20V andTwo electrical shocks, a blown fuse and several delightful new curse words into my first home improvement project, I was convinced to get with the 21st century and purchase a cordless drill.And even if I stick with just 20V tools, the FlexVolt batteries can reportedly deliver longer runtimes in 20V than the regular 20V Max batteries can.Way too many YouTube tool-review rabbit holes, three trips to my local Ace Hardware and one exhaustive excel spreadsheet after that, I’d found the drill I would buy.Sure I could have opted for the heavy-duty DCD991P2 — probably even eventually convinced myself I had need for a commercial-duty DCH614X2.The electric drill that came with the place, ah, looks like it was used to build the place.The DCD771C2 comes bundled with a pair of 1.3Ah 20V batteries, charging base and storage case for $160 MSRP, though since April when I first started looking, I have yet to not see it on sale for under $100. Now, DIYers have more choice than ever when it comes to battery-powered electric tools.This way, I just need one set of batteries and a single charger.But in reality, I’m mostly installing banisters, building trellises and doing light handiwork, not installing siding or anchoring things into concrete, so a 60V rotary hammer would be overkill. Third, I really like DeWalt’s 20/60 FlexVolt battery system
Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort says he had 'grown comfortable' in jail and was 'the best dressed inmate'