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Judge Rules Google Must Give FBI Email Archived Abroad

A U.S. judge ruled Friday that Google has to comply with an FBI search warrant seeking emails from customers stored on a foreign server, according to Reuters. This runs counter to last year’s ruling in which a federal appeals court said that Microsoft did not have to deliver the data stored on its servers in… Keep Reading

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Remains of Lost Continent Found Under Indian Ocean Island

Deep down in the Indian Ocean, a research team led by the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa says they have found parts of an ancient continent. The lava-covered remains of the continent, dubbed “Mauritia”, were found beneath Mauritius. According to the report published this week in Nature Communications, the remnants of crust are a… Keep Reading

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Amazon Continues Fight Against Fake Review Services

This past Friday, Amazon filed lawsuits against five websites for allegedly selling false book and product reviews and ratings on Amazon’s platform – the newest step in its year long campaign to crack down on these services. Amazon has filed three separate lawsuits since April 2016 that targeted over 1,000 alleged false employees. A number… Keep Reading

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Secret Location Pioneers Virtual Reality Content Distribution

VUSR Enables Publishers to Future Proof VR Content; First Application is NYT VR App for Daydream Toronto, Canada — Continuing its commitment to advancing virtual reality (VR) content production and distribution, Secret Location, a pioneering VR and technology studio, today unveiled VUSR, a content management platform that enables creators to easily publish, distribute and monetize… Keep Reading

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$8 Million Grant Announced for Mesothelioma Light-Based Therapy

The National Cancer InstituteĀ is awarding scientists at the University of Pennsylvania $8 million dollars towards a clinical trial on light-based therapy for mesothelioma surgical patients. University of Pennsylvania researchers report that they will use this grant to enroll 102 pleural mesothelioma study participants over the next four years. Those patients will be given a photosensitizing… Keep Reading

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