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'Not at all pleasant': Fauci emails shed light on early days of COVID-19 crisis, role in public eye
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'Not at all pleasant': Fauci emails shed light on early days of COVID-19 crisis, role in public eye

At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in February 2020, a seemingly frazzled Fauci wrote in an email: "This is White House in full overdrive and I am in the middle of it"

Gmail's right-click feature is going to become a whole lot better, finally!
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Gmail's right-click feature is going to become a whole lot better, finally!

Soon you’ll have practically any feature you could ask for in that little right-click menu.

Gmail's 'confidential mode' feature has now been rolled out to mobile devices
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Gmail's 'confidential mode' feature has now been rolled out to mobile devices

Gmail users can use confidential mode to set an expiration date for their emails or revoke access.

US charges three Ukranians for stealing payment card numbers of US citizens
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US charges three Ukranians for stealing payment card numbers of US citizens

The defendants used a front company named “Combi Security” that claims to have offices in Moscow.

Companies must inform their employees if email accounts are being monitored, says European Court
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Companies must inform their employees if email accounts are being monitored, says European Court

The court concluded that Barbulescu had not been informed in advance of the extent and nature of his employer’s monitoring.

Wikileaks releases about 21,000 emails from French president's campaign
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Wikileaks releases about 21,000 emails from French president's campaign

WikiLeaks said it had confirmed that the 21,075 emails were sent or received by addresses associated with the campaign.

Trump administration after Microsoft to open up email account suspected for drug trafficking
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Trump administration after Microsoft to open up email account suspected for drug trafficking

Companies have been more willing to assert their customers’ and their own privacy interests since former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden’s leak of classified U.S. material about America’s surveillance programs, Kerr said.

Emmanuel Macron, French presidential candidate claims a massive hack as 9 GB emails leaked
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Emmanuel Macron, French presidential candidate claims a massive hack as 9 GB emails leaked

Leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign said on Friday it had been the target of a "massive" computer hack that dumped its campaign emails.

You will lose your Google account if you sell your Google Pixel device
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You will lose your Google account if you sell your Google Pixel device

Some of Google's unwitting users are learning a harsh lesson: If you violate the company's policies, it can abruptly cut you off from your Gmail account, online photos and other vital digital services.

Russia was not the source of Clinton emails, says Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
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Russia was not the source of Clinton emails, says Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has denied that the Russian government was the source of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails that were published this year, a media report said on Thursday.

Anthony Weiner dents Hillary Clinton's lead, does Donald Trump still have a chance?
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Anthony Weiner dents Hillary Clinton's lead, does Donald Trump still have a chance?

Former Congressman Anthony Weiner seems to live up to his name and then some. Not only has he been caught several times sexting women but his estranged wife, Huma Abedin is the Vice chairwoman of the Hillary Clinton campaign.

State debate inheretance of selfies to fill gaps in privacy law
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State debate inheretance of selfies to fill gaps in privacy law

When a loved one dies, laws cover how their houses, cars, and other property are passed on to relatives.

An alleged scanned copy of Michelle Obama's passport has been leaked online
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An alleged scanned copy of Michelle Obama's passport has been leaked online

An image purported to be a scanned copy of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama’s passport was leaked online on Thursday alongside personal emails said to belong to a low-level White House staffer who worked with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

FBI submits Hillary Clinton's email probe report to Congress, defends decision not to criminally charge her
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FBI submits Hillary Clinton's email probe report to Congress, defends decision not to criminally charge her

The FBI has submitted documents to Congress related to its investigation into email scandal of Hillary Clinton when she was the Secretary of State and defended its decision not to criminally charge her.

Russian Intelligence services hacked into DNC computers: Clinton
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Russian Intelligence services hacked into DNC computers: Clinton

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Sunday that Russian intelligence services hacked into Democratic National Committee computers and she questioned Republican rival Donald Trump's overtures to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Democratic Party claims fresh attempts made to hack party official's emails
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Democratic Party claims fresh attempts made to hack party official's emails

This comes after Clinton's campaign blaming Moscow for the initial breach in party emails that revealed how Democrats sought to undermine Sanders.

Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook
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Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook

Social networking giant Facebook has admitted to have blocked links to more than 19,000 leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that Wikileaks released last week, offering a glimpse of the split between the DNC and former presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders, media has reported.

Wikileaks releases nearly 300,000 AKP emails after Turkey's post-coup purge
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Wikileaks releases nearly 300,000 AKP emails after Turkey's post-coup purge

Wikileaks released 294,548 emails from the internal server of Turkey's ruling party AKP in response to the Turkey's purges after the attempted coup.

US government can't force Microsoft to turn over emails stored outside the country
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US government can't force Microsoft to turn over emails stored outside the country

A federal appeals court on Thursday said the U.S. government cannot force Microsoft Corp and other companies to turn over customer emails stored on servers outside the United States.

From Homeland to hair: Hillary Clinton emails give a glimpse into her private life
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From Homeland to hair: Hillary Clinton emails give a glimpse into her private life

Here's a closer look at some of the messages that churned through Clinton's very busy in-box in the batch released Monday.