Avast reportedly selling user data, DeLorean's comeback?
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And here the stories that matter right now, Avast which makes free antivirus software that's used by millions of people around the world is reportedly selling highly sensitive web browsing data via a subsidiary company called Jumpshot.
The software appears to track users clicks and movements across the web.
And collects data on things like searches on Google and Google maps, as well as visits the specific LinkedIn pages, YouTube videos and porn websites according to an investigation published Monday by Motherboard and PC Net.
The EFCC has authorized the full commercialization of OnGo services using the 3.5 Ghz CBRS band An update that will likely improve data speeds in many parts of the country.
While the boost will affect 4G connectivity from the start, 5G will likely benefit down the road as well.
Many current and new mobile devices support the ongoing band including the latest iPhones and Samsung Finally, almost four years ago, DeLorean Motor Company made a splash and said it plan to build new DMC 12 models from new and old stock.
Well, that was four years ago and nothing's happened.
But we may finally have seen some movement.
DeLorean may soon be able to kick off production, because it wasn't that the company didn't want to build cars or have the means It was simply still against the law.
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