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SpaceX starlink launches are becoming increasingly routine but the seventh mission of 2021 to carry a new batch of the company's broadband satellites to orbit also set a new record on Sunday morning.
The Falcon nine booster blasted off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 3:01am.
Pacific Time early Sunday sent 60 more orbiting routers to space and in the process nailed a record ninth launch and landing setting a new standard for rocket recycling.
Google failed to win dismissal of a $5 billion lawsuit alleging Collects uses data on internet activity even when they browse in a browser's private incognito mode.
The lawsuit filed in June alleges Google violates wiretapping and privacy laws by continuing to intercept track and collect communications, even when people use Chrome's incognito mode and other private web browser mode.
Jeremy want to reprieve Friday when a US federal judge temporarily blocked a ban on investment in the company that was originally put in place by the Defense Department of the alleged ties between the phone maker and the Chinese military.
US District Judge Rudolph Contreras wrote in a memorandum accompanying his audit is To suspend the ban that the court is somewhat skeptical that weighty national security interests are actually implicated here.
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