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“A lot of the teenagers become attached to their fake babies.”
Then the moment of truth: The home WiFi was switched off …
“Of course, this is just the start.”
The filter placed slanted eyes on a user’s face.
The clip reveals how multiple parts work together to set a bullet into motion a lightning speed.
“… we had to get into that phone.”
“You may not know what you do on a regular basis, but I know.”
“That might not be a precedent we want to set.”
“Twitter gave no explanation.”
“.@Facebook is blocking #DNCLeak email links.”
“Both juveniles were so captivated by their Pokémon GO games that they lost track of where they were.”
“Let’s take a moment to think about what we can do to help.”
“Facebook today sabotages … the work of the Israeli police.”
“It feels like I’m holding a bolt of lightning in my hands.”
“Everyone wants to hire the best and smartest people they can find. We add additional criteria.”
The car’s cameras failed to distinguish the white side of a turning tractor-trailer from a brightly lit sky.
“We are just testing your security.”
“We think a lot about diversity at Facebook.”
“Covering the camera is a very common security measure.”
“What appears evident is that the Russian groups…are intent on attempting to influence the outcome of this election.”
“The madder they get, the happier I get.”
When the completed ship is unveiled, it’s easy to see why the bill was so big.
“This material support has been instrumental to the rise of ISIS.”
“We’re not going to win with gaffes.”
“That might not be a crazy thing to think about.”
“Systems get much better the more they know about the user.”
Smartphone users, beware.
Here’s what we found.
“The end result is a gummy candy made using “100% natural products” and is dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free.”
“I am concerned for my two-year-old.”
“Hey, we are just testing your security, please dm us for contact.”
“That is a lot of beer, more than you can drink in a lifetime.”
Knocked out the BDS website for several hours at a time.
“Arguably, we should hope that that’s true.”
“It’s probably hard to overstate how big of an impact it’s going to have on society over the next 20 years.”
“There’s no place for hate speech on Facebook.”
“It’s going to happen whether you like it or not. And the more you push this it’s going to happen faster.”
“It’s a pretty smart, rational thing to fund other legal cases.”
“While our investigation revealed no systematic political bias…”
“I found the meeting deeply disturbing — but not for the reasons you might think.”
“This week, there was a report suggesting…”
“…the guidelines do not permit reviewers to add or suppress political perspectives.”
“We are teetering on an edge.”
“The mere acknowledgement of whether or not the FBI has any such records in and of itself would disclose techniques.”
“The video I am doing right now is not made to create buzz, but rather to make people react, to open minds, and that’s it.”
“We now live in a dictatorship of real-time.”
“I was really surprised … when I realized that the most brilliant stars of the constellations matched the largest Maya cities.”
“Facebook is a platform for people and perspectives from across the political spectrum.”
“May need to increase size of rocket storage hangar.”
With these links, you can view the lists compiling all of the web pages you have ever searched and clicked on, and if you choose, delete them.
“Keys are dumb.”
The once-colorblind artist has learned the musical notes that correspond with each color name.
How do we protect America from the threat of cyber war? That is the question that policymakers, military analysts, national security experts and various other government officials are continuously asking.
“I crossed the bridge. I am officially in America.”
“…the government no longer needs Apple’s assistance to unlock the iPhone, and withdraws its application.’’
The star is “45 times more massive than our sun.”
“They could use those details to commit fraud…”
“We’re talking about a technology that’s rapidly changing and questions about deeply held principles related to both national security and privacy.”
“As the dangers were obvious, it was very important that we worked with trained professionals.”
“We as a company are neutral…”
Once more, technology is forcing legislators and policy wonks to reexamine what exactly is protected in the First Amendment.
Facebook offers functions ranging from fun games to play with one’s friends via Facebook Messenger to ways in which one can discreetly “unfriend” annoying contacts.
“The president announced a broader new initiative through an executive order.”
“It’s easy to diagnose the problem.”
“Oh my God, Bill. I couldn’t do it.”
“We were very disconcerted when we added up the large number of secrecy orders we’ve been receiving.”
“Don’t deny me the memories of my son.”
“inadvertently caused more headaches than laughs”
“I want to drive fast, and I want to drive fast myself and not let a computer do it for me.”
Sandeep guides viewers on a tour through the Google Data Center in Dalles, Oregon.
“Repeat after me, Hitler …”
The is believed to have been distributed to IS supporters via an anonymous messaging app called Telegram.
“Person most responsible for the amazing growth in the power … of microchips.”
“It’s a great experience to impact someone’s life and help her feel accepted.”
“She has cameras in her eyes…she can make eye contact with you.”
Nike claims the shoe will provide “precise, consistent, personalized lockdown…”
The mark he left on the business and technology worlds is unmistakable, as were his predictions.
“We’re going to take time to get this right and listen to your feedback along the way.”
Not everyone is connected as a growing number of dissenters are trading in their passport to the digital world for dumb phones that do only what phones used to do: take and make calls.
“It’s not just a defense weapon, it’s actually fun to shoot.”
These types of crashes will not be that uncommon as self-driving technology continues to advance and car manufacturers continue to test their technology out on the open road.
Thankfully, it’s not a virus.
“Is there anything the president can do to…”
“Google requests confidential treatment of the following.”
“It is important to protect the privacy of minors and their images on social networking sites.”
“The government’s motion is denied.”
“No court has ever authorized what the government now seeks.”
Apple’s line in the sand, with their decision to impede the FBI’s effort to exploit the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone, has effectively branded themselves as the protector of terrorist’s privacy rights.
“Only a few months ago, that kind of resiliency was almost unheard of.”