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According to legal documents obtained by The Telegraphthe incident occurred in at a Pegatron-owned repair centre in Sacramento, California. The student had mailed in her device to have an unspecified fault fixed. While it was at the facility, two technicians published a series of photographs showing the complainant unclothed to her Facebookas well as a "sex video. The two men responsible were fired after an investigation. It is not known if the culprits faced criminal charges. Much of the details of the case, as well as the exact size of the settlement, were sealed.
The settlement included non-disclosure provisions that prevented the student from revealing details about the case, or the exact size of the compensation. Counsel for the victim threatened to sue for infliction of emotional distress, as well as invasion of privacy.
The filings show they warned Apple that any lawsuit would result in inevitable negative publicity for the company. In its fight against the right to repair, Apple has argued that allowing independent third-party businesses to service its computers and smartphones would present an unacceptable risk to user privacy and security. This incident, which occurred at the facilities of an authorised contractor, has undercut that argument somewhat. It follows a similar incident in Novemberwhere a Genius Bar employee texted himself an explicit image taken from an iPhone he was repairing.
After the victim complained, the employee was fired. In a minute videoprolific right-to-repair activist Louis Rossmann accused Apple of hypocrisy due to its framing of independent repair as inherently unsafe. He's going to go through your data, hack you," he said. The Register has asked Apple to comment. In a statement to The Telegraphthe iGiant said: "We take the privacy and security of our customers' data extremely seriously and have a of protocols in place to ensure data is protected throughout the repair process.
When we learned of this egregious violation of our policies at one of our vendors inwe took immediate action and have since continued to strengthen our vendor protocols. The Document Foundation has released LibreOffice 7.
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Facebook is abandoning a project to develop a brain-computer interface BCIeven as the researchers it funded have showcased the device helping someone with severe speech loss communicate with nothing more than thought. In a paper nude leaked selfies in The New England Journal of Medicine Facebook-funded researchers showed how a "neuroprosthesis" could be used to restore speech in a subject who had lost the ability more than 16 years ago, following a stroke — simply by picking up the intent to speak and transcribing it into words.
UK government has admitted it is in the dark about how many citizens have downloaded the NHS Test and Trace App or switched off their Bluetooth that renders it obselete. The costly App, which finally came to market last summer after dithering by politicians, is deed to help combat the spread of Covid by registering entry into a venue where close proximity is likely, pinging other users within Bluetooth range, and advising on self-isolation should the users come close to someone testing positive for COVID America's United Airlines and regional carrier Mesa Airlines have together ordered electric aircraft from an aerospace startup for short-distance passenger flights.
Last year, United promised to slash its greenhouse-gas emissions by per cent by To help reach that target, an investment unit dubbed United Airlines Ventures UAV was created to plow millions into technology that will make greener air transport possible. One of the startups that caught United's eye is Heart Aerospace.
As well as that, the airlines have together put in an order for of Heart's ES electric aircraft, each capable of carrying up to 19 passengers, and aled they may purchase more aircraft. NortonLifeLock, the somewhat clunky moniker adopted by the former consumer business arm of the Symantec Corporation, has announced "advanced discussions" with rival Avast over a possible merger.
Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 has probed the methods and tactics of the Mespinoza ransomware group, finding its messaging "cocky" and its tools blessed with "creative names" — but turned up no evidence to suggest the group has shifted to ransomware-as-a-service. Further costs are saved through the use of numerous open-source tools available online for free, or through nude leaked selfies use of built-in tools enabling actors to live off the land, all of which benefits bottom line expenses and profits.
Column A colleague was recently required to spend 10 days in a public-health-mandated quarantine after authorities used credit card receipts to determine he'd visited a location that had also hosted a known coronavirus case.
Had he paid in cash they would never have found him at all because he'd also been slack and not ed into the establishment where he was potentially exposed using the requisite QR code. Fortunately, they found him. Even more fortunately, he hadn't been infected. As he waited out his quarantine, he meditated on how he'd been poked by the pointy end of the continuing argy-bargy between public health and personal privacy — realising that his data trail gave anyone who bothered to look a complete snapshot of his private life.
Feature The National Museum of Nude leaked selfies and Centre for Computing History have finally reopened with the relaxing of coronavirus restrictions so The Register paid both a visit to see what had and had not changed. BT is going to wind down 3G connectivity by as it looks to increase its 4G and 5G coverage across most of the UK by The lack of 3G shouldn't be too much of a pain because by that point, most people will have a 4G or 5G-capable handheld. The telecommunications giant said less than two per cent of data traffic over its EE network used 3G in March, and dropping 3G will free up bandwidth for 4G and 5G.
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