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Speaker 1: Texas is suing Facebook parent company meta over the social network's previous use of facial recognition technology. The lawsuit accuses Facebook of violating the state's privacy laws by capturing biometric data on Texans without getting their consent. The state will reportedly seek civil penalties and the hundreds of billions of dollars Facebook said last November, it would shut down its facial recognition system. We have another clue that [00:00:30] new apple products are coming next month. Apple reportedly filed three new matte computers in the ation economic database. And these could be items unveiled to the public at a rumored event in March. There's not much information about the potential products other than reports that they're running Mac OS Monterey. There's still no guarantee. Apple will host an event next month, or that it'll announce the new computers. Anytime soon, the first human space light on SpaceX is Starship could be just around the corner. Billionaire, Jared Isman announced the [00:01:00] launch of the Polaris program, which consists of up to three human space, light missions. The first mission Polaris Dawn aims to achieve the highest earth orbit ever flown as well as go down in history as completing the world's first commercial space walk it's slated for around the fourth quarter of this year.
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