Yahoo and AOL want to read your emails, NASA's planet hunt
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It's not just Facebook using personal data to target ads.
Such as posts and photos and share this data with Verizon.
The policy also lets Oath scan emails from banks for ad targeting.
Yahoo's previous policy let it analyze emails but Oath says the new unified policy empowers users with transparency.
NASA's new planet hunting spacecraft is set to blast off onboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Monday.
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, will use four wide-field cameras to detect dips in star brightness that could show signs of orbiting planets.
That data could then be used to help NASA search for signs of life In space.
And finally, Waymo has applied to test fully driverless cars in California.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Waymo will begin testing cars without safety drivers around its Mountain View headquarters near San Francisco before expanding to the greater Bay Area.
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