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Apple’s Latest Transparency Report Shows Spike in U.S. Government Data Requests

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Apple last night released its latest transparency report [PDF] outlining government data requests from July 1 to December 31, 2016. According to the data, which features several new request categories, Apple is making an effort to be as clear as possible about the types of information governments around the world have asked for. Apple’s report is the most detailed report the company has produced yet. Worldwide, Apple received 30,184 device requests, covering 151,105 devices. Apple provided data for 21,737 device requests, which equates to a 72 percent response rate. In…

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Chewed out by nurse

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HooliganSnail said: ↑ You should do nothing about. Stop with this will I get in trouble crap don’t be a pansy. No one is going to get you in trouble for being a good medical student and doing a correct and effective physical exam. That nurse works in a teaching facility, that means that there are going to be medical students and residents around, she needs to get over it. Keep doing what you are supposed to do. Also, she is probably always like that. You will find that when…

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10 people seated on jury in Bill Cosby’s sex assault trial

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May 23, 2017 – People – Tagged: Crime , Police , Sexual assault – no comments By JOE MANDAK and MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press Bill Cosby, center, arrives with one of his attorneys Angela Agrusa, right, for the second day of jury selection in his sexual assault case at the Allegheny County Courthouse, Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Pittsburgh. The case is set for trial June 5 in suburban Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) PITTSBURGH (AP) — The jury that will hear Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case was filling up…

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What’s for dinner? Spin the wheel on a new app to find out!

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34PM NEW YORK (WABC) — If you find that you’re debating about where to eat dinner, there’s some new technology there that helps you decide.A new app is making dining out fun and more affordable.Indian, Mexican, Chinese, if New York’s dining options overwhelm you and your dining companions, there’s a free app that can make decisions for you with the spin of a roulette wheel.Cherian Thomas launched Spotluck in Washington, DC. The app gamifies the dining experience and taps into people’s indecisiveness.”You get one spin per day. So instead of…

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Rachel makes connections on ‘The Bachelorette’

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35PM NEW YORK — New season, new engagement, same old “Bachelor” mansion. “The Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay is the first African-American to ever take on the role, but don’t think that will change much about the show, if anything! If this first night is any indication, there will be plenty of drama to go around. Rachel promises to be herself and that’s a good thing. This 31-year-old beautiful woman is smart and sassy. She’s a high-powered attorney and it’s awesome to see the side eye she gives people when she objects…

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AMBER ALERT NY – McKenzie Wilson, 12, Lyndon, 23 May 2017

McKenzie R. Wilson, a white female, about 5-foot-6 and weighs about 100 pounds, was abducted this morning in Lyndon in Cattaraugus County. She has straight blonde hair and blue eyes. The first suspect was identified as Joshua R. Monette, 18. He is described as a white male, about 6-foot-2 and 140 pounds. He has short, black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a camouflage jacket, blue jeans, boots, a black shirt and carrying a black duffel bag. The second suspect was identified as John Harvey, 16. He…

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unable to flash msp432 launchpad using keil.

In reply to jatin jain20 : Hello Jatin, I’m not 100% sure, but I do not think that we’ve tested that debugger with the MSP432. This is the list of the debuggers that are currently supported: www.ti.com/…/msp432-debuggers Let me loop in the tools team so they can comment about this. Regards, David

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Universities Roll Out New Data Science Programs

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Universities Roll Out New Data Science Programs Alex Woodie (Syda Productions/Shutterstock) College grads looking to take the next step in their data science careers will have several new graduate-level data science programs to enroll in this fall, including a new Master’s of Applied Data Science at Syracuse University, a new Doctorate of Data Science at the University of Tennessee, and a new Demand from students for graduate-level data science degrees, as well as demand from companies for more skilled data scientists to crunch big data, led Syracuse University leaders to…

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Season Review: Men’s volleyball

Season Review: Men’s volleyball By – May 23, 2017 Despite coming up two points shy of the final four, the Pierce men’s volleyball team sees the past season as a positive. “I got coach of the year, our setter got MVP and all of our starters made first or second place in the team conference,” head coach Lance Walker said. “We missed the final four by only one play, but overall, I think we had a great season and a huge success.” The Brahmas’ 5-1 conference record secured the Western…

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Another Way That Teachers Matter For Latino Kids

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*Science tells us that ethnic and racial minority kids do better in more diverse schools. The question before us is if the educational leadership in the White House believes in this kind of science. VL By Ana Valdez and Prof. Gustavo Carlo, Medium (3.5 minute read) We are writing this post because we have become strong advocates of the need for Latino teachers at schools with Latino students. Our conviction comes from our personal experiences and from plenty of fact-based data. The idea that children are more likely to succeed…

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The Running Thread – 2017 286

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ATTQOTD: I’ve got no experience with ultras, although my husband ran his first 50K last year. He basically just found a training plan somewhere on line and followed that, so it didn’t seem that different than marathon training, just more miles. He didn’t really handle his fueling any differently, but spectating at one of the aid stations, I did notice that many runners seemed to take much longer breaks and ate more real food then I’ve seen at marathons. This particular race also had a 50-miler, 100K and 100-miler. Time…

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Trump Budget Deals ‘Devastating Blow’ To Low-Income Americans, Advocates Say

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By Pam Fessler • 13 hours ago Bill Ricker, 74, of Hartford, Maine relies on food stamps and food donations from a local food pantry. Robert F. Bukaty / AP President Trump’s proposed budget, released Tuesday, calls for a major reworking of the nation’s social safety net for low-income Americans. It would impose more stringent work requirements and limits on those receiving aid, including disability and food stamps, now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. It would also give states more control of, and responsibility for, such…

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WATCH: Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers reacts to Roger Moore’s death

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Transcript for Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers reacts to Roger Moore’s death This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate. Now Playing: April 8, 1983: Roger Moore on the difference between American and English film industries Now Playing: Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers reacts to Roger Moore’s death Now Playing: Terry Crews on how being hungry helped him become a successful actor Now Playing: Terry Crews does an epic rendition of ‘A Thousand Miles’ Now Playing: Have we all been saying Billy Crudup’s name…

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Bebops saw this and thought of you!

Bebops saw this and thought of you! Bebops saw this and thought of you! Bebops saw this and thought of you! This placemat features Gray Catbirds perched on a branch, singing to the world as they copy the sounds of other bird species and strings them together to make their own song. Thy also meow like cats! Gray Catbirds Sing Their Song Placemat Artwork designed by Bebop’s Place . Made by On Demand Technologies in Overland Park, KS. Sold by Zazzle . view product Recommended Just For You Animal Rescue…

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DeVos said rejecting choice plan would be a ‘terrible mistake.’ New York education advocates have a different take

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Search trumped up DeVos said rejecting choice plan would be a ‘terrible mistake.’ New York education advocates have a different take Email At a speech in Indianapolis Monday night, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos promised an “ambitious” expansion of school choice — and said it would be a “terrible mistake” if states refuse to participate. Yet, at a discussion of school choice in New York City Tuesday morning, panelists invited by the Women’s City Club of New York, seemed unfazed by the secretary’s comments. “None of us here at the…

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hedged vs unhedged returns

Ive been working on question 11 of the 2008 cfa past am paper and cannot figure out how they did this or do it in a timely manner. I’m debating just working on other things and giving this up but maybe I can get some help here. the question is part b: Makoto Satou manages the Tanaka Global Fund, a Japan-based investment fund, which has USD 900 million invested in the U.S. and EUR 700 million invested in Europe. Tanaka Global Fund’s home currency is the Japanese yen (JPY). On…

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reflective tape vs spray

Quote: : I am looking for less invasive reflective material too. Here in Ontario is is the law. A very unclear and poorly written law but I am pretty sure I need some despite never seeing another bike with it. I heard black tape that is basically invisible in the day but its ability to reflect is very limited. Are there any good almost invisible options? 3M 680 black tape has a Retroreflection Coefficient of 30. The white color tape is coefficient of 100. http://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/2…series-680.pdf The black will look black…

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Nueva película de Extell describe los jardines privados más grandes de la Ciudad de Nueva York, situados en One Manhattan Square

Nueva película de Extell describe los jardines privados más grandes de la Ciudad de Nueva York, situados en One Manhattan Square El cofundador de West 8 contextualiza los 45.000 pies cuadrados de comodidades al aire libre en la nueva torre de lujo, que actualmente se encuentra en construcción en el Lower East Side NUEVA YORK , Extell Development Company dio a conocer hoy una película en la que Adriaan Geuze , cofundador y arquitecto principal de West 8 Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, presenta detalladamente los jardines privados al aire…

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Samsung launches Galaxy Wide 2 with octa-core CPU, Android Nougat

Samsung has launched a new smartphone. Dubbed Galaxy Wide 2, it’s the successor to the Galaxy Wide that the company released last year. The new phone is powered by an octa-core 1.6 GHz processor, and sports a 5.5-inch HD display. RAM is 2GB, while internal storage is 16GB. The handset features a 13MP main camera and a 5MP selfie shooter. Measuring 151.5×76.4×8.6mm and weighing in at 170g, the device runs Android 7.0 Nougat. A 3,300mAh battery is there to keep the lights on. The Samsung Galaxy Wide 2 is currently…

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A memorial brought together by `family’ | Cranston Herald

A memorial brought together by `family’ Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017 1:04 pm It’s taken more than 14 years to complete a lasting memorial to the 100 who lost their lives in The Station nightclub fire on Feb. 20, 2003 in the worst tragedy in Rhode Island history and the fourth deadliest fire in the country. Some would say that’s too long. Indeed, it has not been easy. While sincere, early fundraising efforts sputtered with the immediate concerns of broken families; the healing of survivors and the consoling of those…

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