Disney Plus details galore, NASA investigating space crime
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The House of Mouse is working hard for your streaming dollars.
Disney unveiled a ton of information about Disney plus the streaming service set to rival Netflix.
We already knew it was coming on November 12.
But now we know what will be getting the $7 a month subscription will include four simultaneous streams.
[UNKNOWN] 4K Ultra high definition and high dynamic range picture quality.
You'll also get access to seven different user profiles all at no extra cost and it'll launching with a ton of original content including Star Wars live action series, The Mandalorian Boy Facebook in Cambridge analytica his relationship is back in the spotlight.
Internal emails released Friday show Facebook was concerned that Cambridge Analytica was possibly misusing data from the social network his earliest September 15.
That's three months prior to the company being found to have improperly acquired us a data one employee cold Cambridge Analytica, a sketchy data modeling company.
Just months before the Guardian reported it had been supporting Ted Cruz's presidential bid.
And finally is this the first crime in space.
NASA astronaut and McClain has been accused of identity theft and improperly accessing financial records of her estranged spouse.
While aboard the International Space Station, McClain's lawyer confirmed that McClain did access the bank from space, but that she had done the same throughout the relationship.
McClain took to Twitter on Saturday to state There's unequivocally no truth to these claims.
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