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An elderly woman from South Australia has died after being pecked at by her “aggressive” rooster while collecting eggs from the chicken coop at her backyard. The rooster reportedly pecked her lower left leg, causing her to haemorrhage and collapse. Autopsy revealed that the rooster punctured a varicose vein with its beak, causing it to bleed profusely. The incident has prompted...
Sorry we’ve been listening to your sex conversations and all your confidential talks - Apple.Apple apologized to its users on Wednesday for allowing third-party contractors to listen to Siri recordings. They pledged not to listen to your Siri conversations by default anymore.The program in which Apple had third-party contractors listened to recordings for quality test of Siri’s performance received...
An Oklahoma judge on Monday August 26, ordered drug manufacturing giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in a landmark opioid trial likely to reverberate in lawsuits across the nation. The case was closely followed across the nation as there are currently more than 2,000 lawsuits filed by city, county and tribal governments in the United States against...
Amazon-owned app, Audible is being sued by some of the big names in the publishing industry, alleging that the audiobook company’s new speech-to-text feature violates copyright laws.The publishers - Harper Collins, Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Scholastic and others are asking the court to stop Amazon from offering the captions function for its recorded works, set to launch...
Australian government announced Sunday it will block access to websites that publish terrorist material during crisis events, Reuters reported. Australia further said it will consider legislation to force digital platforms to improve the safety of their services.Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who is currently in France to join the G7 leaders’ forum, said the government intended to prevent extremists...
Instagram’s parent company, Facebook said it messed up again and stored “millions” of unencrypted Instagram passwords on internal servers.“We discovered additional logs of Instagram passwords being stored in a readable format. We now estimate that this issue impacted millions of Instagram users,” Facebook said in a blog post.“We will be notifying these users as we did the others. Our...
This is a sad incident.Horrifying video emerged showing the moment a 30-year-old man pictured above, was crushed to death by a malfunctioning elevator at a Manhattan luxury high-rise rental building.The incident occurred Thursday morning at Manhattan Promenade - a 23-story building at 344 Third Ave. near East 26th Street in Kips Bay.As seen in the video, one person safely...
Alberta Health Services -  the largest single health authority in Canada, is contacting about 7,000 patients to notify them the security of their personal health information may have been compromised, Calgaryherald reported.According to the report, a physician working at Calgary’s Richmond Road Diagnostic and Treatment Centre said that his personal Gmail account, which he used to transmit health information, has...
Senator Elizabeth Warren is demanding immediate explanation from Wells Fargo about a report that accounts closed by customers had been keep active and as result continued to generate overdraft fees.The former business school bankruptcy law professor Warren, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination, wrote in a letter on Monday to acting Wells CEO Allen Parker stating that...
Baidu shares Tuesday rose over 8% after the Chinese online-search engine posted impressive earnings for the second quarter 2019. Some analysts think the shares can go up further.At least four analysts increased their target price after the company announced their earnings while two decreased their target. The average target price for the next 12 months is about $143, according...

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