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Years ago, no one trusted Kaspersky because it was thought that the Russians were spying through it.

Now this.

If we keep giving conspiracy theories ammo...

https://publicintelligence.net/dhs-kaspersky-removal-order/

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Colin Kaepernick’s Seahawks hopes could rest on this draft https://nyp.st/2qQQhzw

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Another Democratic Victory As Six-Term GOP Congressman Is Kicked Off Ballot In Colorado

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On the trade front, #EmmanuelMacron is ready to do battle and #Trump has shown no immediate willingness to give in without some substantial concessions. Already, the French leader has prepared for this issue in which Trump badly needs a strong win - in large part to take the minds of Midwest voters off a big hit to their prime markets for soybeans, grain and pork as a result of the potential trade war with #China.

Last Thursday (Apr 19), to prepare for this visit, #Macron met in Berlin with German Chancellor #AngelaMerkel, who will be following Macron to Washington on Friday, though not in a formal state visit. Both are ready to present a united front to Trump's demands that #Europeanmarkets be more open to American products. While the United States runs a $16bn agricultural trade surplus with the rest of the world, it carries a $12bn trade deficit in farm and food products with the #EuropeanUnion.


#GlobalEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations #USA
What do Trump and Macron want from each other?
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/04/23/opinions/trump-macron-what-do-they-want-andelman-opinion-intl/index.html

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A spokesperson said the 93-year-old Bush is “responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.”

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Listen carefully.
Trust the plan.

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New missile technology has made a naval empire cheap to defeat. Previously, to fight a naval battle, one had to have ships that outmatched those of the enemy in their speed and artillery power. The Spanish Armada was sunk by the British armada. More recently, this meant that only those countries whose industrial might matched that of the United States could ever dream of opposing it militarily.

But this has now changed: #Russia’s new #missiles can be launched from thousands of kilometers away, are unstoppable, and it takes just one to sink a destroyer and just two to sink an aircraft carrier. The American armada can now be sunk without having an armada of one’s own. The relative sizes of American and Russian economies or defense budgets are irrelevant: the Russians can build more hypersonic missiles much more quickly and cheaply than the Americans would be able to build more aircraft carriers.

Equally significant is the development of new Russian air defense capabilities: the #S300 and #S400 systems, which can essentially seal off a country’s airspace. Wherever these systems are deployed, such as in Syria, US forces are now forced to stay out of their range. With its naval and air superiority rapidly evaporating, all that the US can fall back on militarily is the use of large expeditionary forces—an option that is politically unpalatable and has proven to be ineffective in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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On a calm night and when the flow of the river slows down, the Thames becomes clear enough to produce crystal-clear reflections of London's cityscape.

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Aliens on super earth's would be trapped on the surface by gravity.

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These are the chapest Android phones from Nokia to date.

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Americans want tech companies to fix the internet, not the government http://bit.ly/2HVuE9v

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A quick overview of Facebook's new data policy. https://on.wsj.com/2HlRANP

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The campaign finance watchdog Opensecrets.org identified Pompeo as the “#1 all time recipient” of money from Koch Industries during his time in Congress. The Koch conglomerate has interests in exploration and drilling, pipelines, trading, refining, and gas supply. So the billionaire Koch brothers who run the business (and a vast GOP fundraising network) have a natural interest in funding climate disinformation, and they do — lavishly.

With Pompeo, they got their money’s worth.

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📣 Admins: Here's what you need to know about basic mobile device management ↓

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Over the weekend, we spotted a Material Design “refresh” for Chrome on Windows, while we’ve previously managed to enable “Material Design 2” in the Google app and Feed. Today, we’ve been able to access it in Google Play services with revamped “My Account”…

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Samsung patent reveals AR emoji video calls? - A recently uncovered patent filed by Samsung reveals that the company has at least considered utilizing its new AR-emoji tech for a FaceTime-esque video call program. The patent shows a user being able to use the technology recently released on the Galaxy S9 to create an emoji with the caller's likeness and facial expressions, then transmitting that live with audio to another user. It seems to operate under the premise that this would be benefi...
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