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Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian 19 Mar 6:48pm Updated Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian
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Tempe police said car was in autonomous mode at the time of the crash and that the vehicle hit a woman who later died at a hospital An autonomous Uber car killed a woman in the street in Arizona, police said, in what appears to be the first reported fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle and a pedestrian in the US. Tempe police
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How to protect your Facebook privacy – or delete yourself completely 19 Mar 12:49pm How to protect your Facebook privacy – or delete yourself completely
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If you found the Cambridge Analytica data breach revelations deeply unsettling, read our guide to the maze of your privacy settings If the revelations that Cambridge Analytica acquired the records of 50 million Facebook users has you wondering how to protect your own personal information, you may already have discovered the maze of privacy settings the social networking site offers. First, the good news: the feature that allowed the most egregious data harvesting used by the company that gave Cambridge Analytica its data is no longer on the site.
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19 Mar 11:14am Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom review – gorgeous visuals, irresistible vibe
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Beautiful, fantastical and feelgood, this Studio Ghibli collaboration is a timely counterpoint to the idea that games are gun-centric, violent and nihilistic Japanese role-playing games tend to be pretty specialist, with anime-style graphics and rather old-fashioned, often turn-based gameplay. But Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, whose gorgeous visual style was created in collaboration with feted animation pioneers
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No 10 very concerned over Facebook data breach by Cambridge Analytica 19 Mar 9:27am No 10 very concerned over Facebook data breach by Cambridge Analytica
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Downing Street backs information commissioner inquiry into data-mining affecting millions of people Downing Street expressed its concern for the Facebook data breach that affected tens of millions of people involving the analytics company that worked with Donald Trump’s campaign team. No 10 weighed in on the row as the social network saw almost $20bn (£14bn) wiped off its market cap in the first few minutes of trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange, where Facebook opened down more than 3%.
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Windows 10: Microsoft is looking to force people to use its Edge browser 19 Mar 8:46am Windows 10: Microsoft is looking to force people to use its Edge browser
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Company looks for feedback on change that will make Windows Mail links open in Edge even if users have Chrome or Firefox set as default
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