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Secret Service agent dies after suffering stroke during Trump’s visit to Scotland

“A Secret Service agent died Tuesday morning in Scotland, two days after suffering a stroke during President Trump’s stay at at the Trump Turnberry golf resort” reports washingtonexaminer.com. The agent was traveling in support of Presidential Protection when the medical emergency occurred Sunday, according to the Secret Service.”On July 15, 2018, a US Secret Service special agent suffered a severe cerebrovascular accident in Scotland where he was traveling in support of Presidential Protection,” the Secret Service said in a .The agent had been with the Secret Service for 19 years…

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Ex-Apple employee pleads not guilty in trade secret case

“(Reuters) – A former Apple Inc employee pleaded not guilty on Monday after federal prosecutors filed an indictment accusing him of stealing trade secrets” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California declined to comment beyond the indictment. Source: 95kqds.com Share This:

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Secret Documents Reveal Thatcher Government Tried To Silence British Sikhs

“The top secret government memos were released this week after a four-year freedom of information battle by British Sikh campaigners” writes unknown author for huffingtonpost.com. The papers relate to secret discussions that happened in November 1984, just weeks after Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. Source: huffingtonpost.com Share This:

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9 Awesome Pools to Celebrate National Swimming Pool Day

“Swimming pools come in all shapes and sizes with plenty of different features” writes Sam Coley for parade.com. But whether it’s an infinity pool or a secret backyard grotto, the cooling water is the only place we want to be when temperatures hit an all-time high. In honor of National Swimming Pool Day—and the insane heat—check out these over-the-top pools from coast-to-coast. Source: parade.com Share This:

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Facebook introduced secretive new developer terms to prevent another Cambridge Analytica

“And according to former Facebook employee Sandy Parakilas, Facebook didn’t have the safeguards in place to prevent developers from siphoning off data” writes Shona Ghosh for businessinsider.com. The new terms are designed to help the social network police what data developers are using, and prevent the kind of abuse that led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Ex-Apple worker charged with stealing self-driving car trade secrets

“SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. authorities charged a former Apple Inc (AAPL.O) employee with stealing trade secrets on Monday, accusing him of downloading a blueprint related to a self-driving car to a personal laptop before trying to flee the country for China, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court” writes Stephen Nellis for reuters.com. About 5,000 of Apple’s 135,000 employees were allowed access to information about its self-driving car project, but only 2,700 of them had access to the secret databases that Zhang had access to, according to…

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booked a last-minute flight to China after downloading the plan for a circuit board for the self-driving car

“SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. authorities charged a former Apple Inc (AAPL.O) employee with stealing trade secrets on Monday, accusing him of downloading a blueprint related to a self-driving car to a personal laptop before trying to flee the country for China, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court” writes Stephen Nellis for reuters.com. About 5,000 of Apple’s 135,000 employees were allowed access to information about its self-driving car project, but only 2,700 of them had access to the secret databases that Zhang had access to, according to…

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A fitness app exposed sensitive location details for thousands of users including soldiers and secret agents

“Using the Polar fitness app, investigators were able to find the homes of soldiers and secret agents” writes Isobel Asher Hamilton for businessinsider.com. Shutterstock A joint investigation from De Correspondent and Bellingcat has revealed that Finnish company Polar’s fitness app Polar Flow exposed the geolocation details of its users.According to the investigation, the app’s activity tracking map (named “Explore”) exposed the home addresses of thousands of users, including soldiers and secret agents.”It is important to understand that Polar has not leaked any data, and there has been no breach of…

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