Former Apple engineer says the button on iPhones asking apps not to track you is a ‘dud’ that gives users a ‘false sense of privacy’
The iPhone feature allowing users to “ask app not to track” is sometimes “useless” in stopping third parties from collecting your data, a study found.
Biden says he’s ‘sick and tired’ of the wealthiest not paying their fair share in taxes: ‘It’s time for it to change’
The White House found that billionaires pay on average just 8% in income tax – much less than the average American’s tax rate of 14%.
Dogecoin fans storm AMC CEO’s Twitter poll asking if the theater chain should accept the joke cryptocurrency
More than two-thirds voted for the cinema chain to accept dogecoin at all locations, while 23% said AMC shouldn’t bother.
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Mayor Anne Hidalgo opened the streets of Paris to residents and visitors and is working on a plan to reduce car traffic throughout the city.
A rally held in DC in support of the January 6 defendants drew small crowds but plenty of police and media, despite Trump’s support
Two days before the rally, Trump said “our hearts and minds are with the people being persecuted so unfairly relating to the January 6th protest.”
The UN is trusting that world leaders attending the General Assembly are honest about their vaccination status
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro isn’t vaccinated and reiterated Thursday that he doesn’t plan to get the shot anytime soon.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is trying to get ads back on Fox News, but the network keeps turning him down, report says
Lindell has pitched at least four commercials to Fox News recently, but all have been turned down, The Daily Beast reported.
Southwest Airlines told staff that the new vaccine incentives were “unrelated” to President Biden’s vaccine rules for large employers, per CNBC.
Braun started his journey performing magic and selling gnomes as a 14-year-old – he’s been a determined entrepreneur from a young age.
Charles Hoskinson doesn’t believe any blockchain will be dominant in the years to come, even so-called “ethereum killers” like cardano.
“Judicial philosophies are not the same as political parties,” Barrett said during a speech Sunday.
Cobra and One Betta will sniff the masks of each employee at a security checkpoint to detect the virus through their sweat and breath.
“We honor all those who risked and gave their lives in the minutes, hours, months, and years afterward,” Biden said in a recorded video on Friday.
Democrats’ climate investments would create 7.7 million new jobs and add nearly $1 trillion to the economy by 2031, report says
By incentivizing utilities to transition to clean energy, the program could create jobs in retail, manufacturing, and construction across the country.
Will my life insurance provider cover in the event of a suicide? It depends on whether it is within the time period stated in the suicide clause.
Retail investors were net sellers of AMC on Tuesday for the first time since February even as the stock surged 9%
Buying by retail traders has already been slowing since the stock started rallying anew in August, said Vanda Research.
A deputy mayor in New York faces charges after federal authorities found him with dozens of unregistered guns and bogus FBI badges
Brian Downey was charged with possession of unregistered firearms and forged federal badges after authorities executed a search warrant on his home.
Mortgage rates today, September 7, are low across the board. You’ll get a lower rate on a shorter term, but your monthly payments will be higher.
Some companies in Florida and Alabama are still struggling to find staff months after the states cut enhanced COVID-19 unemployment benefits
Business owners have blamed the enhanced COVID-19 jobless benefits for a labor shortage that has forced them to slash opening hours and raise prices.