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Tech giant, google has been slapped with a $5 billion proposed class-action based on accusation of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by tracking their internet use even when they browsed in “incognito” mode. The complaint, filed Tuesday in federal court in San Jose, California, alleges that Google learned the “most intimate and potentially embarrassing things” about users’ searches by...
Barely one month after Google CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged to employees that hiring and investments would slow due to the coronavirus pandemic, Google has rescinded offers for more than 2,000 people who had agreed to work as contractors or temporary employees. In an email seen by the The New York Times on Friday, Google told contracting agencies that it has been “slowing our...
Sex doll sales have surged since quarantine began, to the extent that some companies are looking to hiring more employees to keep up with demand. A Florida-based Sex Doll Genie reported a 51.6% increase in sales during February and March from single men with a 33.2% year-on-year growth in orders placed by couples in April. “We have lots of products in...
Can this probably cure the sick men? This naughty nurse is going viral. A Russian nurse has been suspended after she arrived at her shift in the all-male coronavirus patient wing with no clothing save for her skivvies under her transparent personal protective equipment. She worked at the hospital in Tula, 100 miles south of Moscow. The unidentified staffer told her...
A pastor and former presidential candidate in Cameroon who claimed he had cured coronavirus by laying hands on his followers, has reportedly died of the infection. Frankline Ndifor died on Saturday at the age of 39, Voice of America reported. The authorities had to use force to enter Ndifor’s residence because his followers, who believed he was a prophet, had blocked entry as...
U.S President, Donald Trump revealed to reporters on Monday that he’s been taking the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in an effort to prevent getting coronavirus. "I'm taking it – hydroxychloroquine," the president told reporters during a roundtable with restaurant leaders in the White House’s State Dining Room. He added: "I think it's good. I've heard a lot of good stories. And, if it's not good,...
Japan's economy slipped into recession for the first time in more than 4 years, GDP data showed on Monday, putting the nation on course for its worst slump as the coronavirus continues to sweep through the country. Gross domestic product shrank an annualized 3.4% in the three months through March from the previous quarter as exports slid and social distancing...
Ecommerce giant Amazon recorded sales of $75.4 billion in the first quarter of 2020 as many consumers embrace online purchases due to COVID-19-induced lockdowns. That translates into nearly $10,000 in sales every second, according to calculations from Christopher , portfolio manager of the J. Stern & Co. World Stars Global Equity fund. "The numbers are frankly staggering," Rossbach said in a...
Popular video conferencing company, Zoom Communications is now valued more than the combined market capitalization of seven of the world’s largest airlines As coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across the world, the demand for teleconference has skyrocketed as companies around the world go online to stay connected while practicing social distancing. Zoom's teleconference services are being widely used for education, telehealth and have even spread...
A California Church is suing popular video calling app, Zoom, after one of its bible study classes was allegedly infiltrated by a hacker who bombarded the video call with porn. The Saint Paulus Lutheran Church,  one of the oldest in San Francisco held a bible study class on May 6, but 42 minutes into the class, their computer screens were "hijacked"...

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