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Space cookies, mighty mice hitch ride to Earth aboard SpaceX's capsule, from the ISS
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Space cookies, mighty mice hitch ride to Earth aboard SpaceX's capsule, from the ISS

“We’re anxious to welcome the mice home!" said Dr Se-Jin Lee in charge of the mice experiment.

ISS astronauts will soon start working on a new experiment — baking cookies in space
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ISS astronauts will soon start working on a new experiment — baking cookies in space

Baking in space works very differently from the way it does on Earth. In space, hot air doesn't rise.

Ever wondered what's in the Koffee With Karan hamper? Johar reveals goodies in last episode of the season
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Ever wondered what's in the Koffee With Karan hamper? Johar reveals goodies in last episode of the season

In Koffee With Karan's last episode, he revealed that the hamper has cookies, brownies and much more.

Yahoo data breach: About 32 million accounts accessed using 'forged cookies'
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Yahoo data breach: About 32 million accounts accessed using 'forged cookies'

Yahoo disclosed that about 32 million user accounts were accessed by intruders in the last two years using forged cookies.

Yahoo took more than 18 months to start investigation after first evidence of the hack
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Yahoo took more than 18 months to start investigation after first evidence of the hack

Yahoo detected evidence that a hacker had broken into its computer network at least 18 months before launching an investigation that discovered personal information had been stolen from about 500 million user accounts.

Unnoticed change in Google’s Privacy Policy enables more invasive online ad tracking
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Unnoticed change in Google’s Privacy Policy enables more invasive online ad tracking

A small change to Google’s Privacy Policy in June this year removed the clause which kept Double Click data and user’s personal information separate

Microsoft asked to stop collecting excessive user data by French Government
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Microsoft asked to stop collecting excessive user data by French Government

The French data protection authority on Wednesday ordered Microsoft Corp to stop collecting excessive data on users of its Windows 10 operating system and serving them personalised ads without their consent.

Former Mozilla CEO launches Brave, a web browser that blocks all ads
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Former Mozilla CEO launches Brave, a web browser that blocks all ads

Former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has unveiled a solution to block those annoying ads that mar the Web browsing experience.

How an Englishman inspired an Iyengar to bake bread: Bangalore Bakery's Srinivas explains 117-year legacy
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How an Englishman inspired an Iyengar to bake bread: Bangalore Bakery's Srinivas explains 117-year legacy

I also bake when I am in the mood for it. If you ask me, I would like to bake everything at the bakery on my own.

MoU on German teaching violated 3-language formula: Smriti Irani
India

MoU on German teaching violated 3-language formula: Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani said that German was being taught as a foreign language. Government could not have signed an MoU that violates the three-language formula.

After FB and Google, you will now be tracked by Twitter
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After FB and Google, you will now be tracked by Twitter

Twitter's new advertising feature allows marketers to use cookies - small files planted in Web surfers' computers that contain bits of information about which sites they have visited or where they are logging in from - to display highly targeted Twitter ads.

After FB and Google, you will now be tracked by Twitter
Tech

After FB and Google, you will now be tracked by Twitter

Twitter's new advertising feature allows marketers to use cookies - small files planted in Web surfers' computers that contain bits of information about which sites they have visited or where they are logging in from - to display highly targeted Twitter ads.

Google to pay $17 mn to settle states' Safari probe
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Google to pay $17 mn to settle states' Safari probe

Google Inc will pay $17 million to settle allegations by 37 states and the District of Colombia that it secretly tracked Web users by placing special digital files on the Web browsers of their smartphones.

Google to pay $17 mn to settle states' Safari probe
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Google to pay $17 mn to settle states' Safari probe

Google Inc will pay $17 million to settle allegations by 37 states and the District of Colombia that it secretly tracked Web users by placing special digital files on the Web browsers of their smartphones.

Facebook tests 'View Tags' cookie ad-tracking feature
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Facebook tests 'View Tags' cookie ad-tracking feature

Facebook is using a new feature called 'View Tags' that drops cookies to help advertisers track who saw what ad.

Google pays $22.5 mn to settle Apple Safari charges
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Google pays $22.5 mn to settle Apple Safari charges

Google Inc will pay $22.5 million to settle charges that it bypassed the privacy settings of customers using Apple Inc's Safari browser, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission...

Google to pay $22.5 mn to settle Apple privacy claim
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Google to pay $22.5 mn to settle Apple privacy claim

Google is reportedly close to paying $22.5 million to settle charges that it bypassed the privacy settings of customers using Apple's Safari browser.

Google to pay $22.5 mn to settle Apple privacy claim
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Google to pay $22.5 mn to settle Apple privacy claim

Google is reportedly close to paying $22.5 million to settle charges that it bypassed the privacy settings of customers using Apple's Safari browser.

Google to support the do-not-track button
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Google to support the do-not-track button

After being accused of allegedly tracking Safari and Internet Explorer browsers, Google has now announced ...

After tracking Safari, Google is now accused of violating IE privacy
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After tracking Safari, Google is now accused of violating IE privacy

While Google is dealing with the accusation of violating privacy by tracking Safari, Microsoft comes forward ...