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Debt Collectors Can Now Send Direct Messages on Borrowers’ Social Media Accounts on Facebook, Instagram

Debt Collectors Can Now Send Direct Messages on Borrowers' Social Media Accounts on Facebook, Instagram

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new ruling took effect on Tuesday, allowing debt collectors from collection agencies to text borrowers and send a direct message on their social media to seek repayment for unpaid debts.
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Expodefensa 2021 Takes Off: Latin America's Largest Defense And Security Hub

Expodefensa, a fair organized by the Colombian Ministry of Defense, COGES, CODALTEC, and Corferias, becomes the epicenter of knowledge and technological innovations in security and defense.
Samsung's Billion-Dollar Texas Chip Factory Could Arrive! Creating More Jobs and Solving SoC Scarcity

Samsung's Billion-Dollar Texas Chip Factory Might Arrive Soon!

The upcoming SoC manufacturing facility is expected to solve chip shortages and create more jobs.
Apple Sues Israel-Based Spyware Firm NSO Group for Sales of Tool to Hack iPhones

Apple Sues Israel-Based Spyware Firm NSO Group for Sales of Tool to Hack iPhones

Tech giant Apple announced that it is suing Israel-based spyware firm NSO group after it claimed that the Israeli firm broke U.S. law through the sale of tools to hack into iPhones.
Samsung Picks Taylor, Texas for Company's New $17 Billion Chip-Making Plant

Samsung Picks Taylor, Texas for Company's New $17 Billion Chip-Making Plant

Samsung Electronics Co. has reportedly been eyeing to build a $17 billion chip-making plant in Taylor, Texas.
Is blockchain helping brands promote sustainability?

Is Blockchain Helping Brands Promote Sustainability?

Could blockchain help leading brands get customers' trust? More than any other, the issue of sustainability has slowly become the primary concern of humanity, and there seems to be no headway just yet.
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El Salvador’s President Shares Building Plan of His ‘Bitcoin City’ Dream Powered by Geothermal Energy From a Volcano

Months after becoming the first country to recognize bitcoin as their national currency, El Salvador's president, Nayib Bukele once again bet on bitcoin to move the country to greater heights.
Elon Musk Son Makes Rare Appearance During SpaceX Founders' Zoom Presentation

Elon Musk Son Makes Rare Appearance During SpaceX Founders' Zoom Presentation

The little son of SpaceX founder Elon Musk made a rare appearance at one of his father's business Zoom presentations and said hello to the audience.
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Elizabeth Holmes Trial: Prosecution Rests Its Case on the Theranos Founder's Fraud Trial

Prosecutors rested their case on Elizabeth Holmes' trial as the Theranos founder took the stand on Friday.
Tesla, ACC Unveil START Manufacturing Training Facilities

Tesla, ACC Unveil START Manufacturing Training Facilities

Tesla and Austin Community College has officially launched a new Tesla START Manufacturing training facility at ACC's Riverside campus, with Austin Mayor Steve Adler present in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Alaska's First Electric School Bus Works in Extreme Low Temperature | EVs to Have Tax Credits, Thanks to New Bill

Alaska's First Electric School Bus Works in Extreme Low Temperature

Can the new "Build Back Better" bill help create more advanced EVs?
Rare Tesla Lawsuit Claims Elon Musk's Fremont Factory of Rampant Sexual Harassments

Rare Tesla Lawsuit Claims Elon Musk's Fremont Factory of Rampant Sexual Harassments

One of the female employees shared all her negative experiences.
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Crypto.com Pays More Than $700 Million for 20-Year Naming Rights of Staples Center; Arena’s New Logo Debut Set on LA Lakers-Brooklyn Nets Christmas Game

The Staples Center would be getting a new name for Christmas after the Singapore cryptocurrency exchange, Crypto,.com paid more than $700 million for the naming rights, both parties announced Tuesday.
Facebook Allegedly Still Harvesting Teen Users Data for Ads Targeting Despite Company’s Claims It Stopped the Practice

Facebook Allegedly Still Harvesting Teen Users Data for Ads Targeting Despite Company's Claims It Stopped the Practice

A recent report noted that Facebook continues to harvest teen users' data for the purpose of ad targeting. The company claimed that it was already stopping the practice.
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California Electrician to Pay $481 Million for Role in $1 Billion Ponzi Scheme

After a California electrician was sentenced to three years in prison, he was now slammed with an order to pay $481.3 million in restitution on Tuesday for his role in a $1 billion Ponzi scheme.
Facebook Takes Down New Mexico Civil Guard Account, but Prosecutors Want Social Media Giant to Hand Over Militia Group's Info

Facebook Takes Down New Mexico Civil Guard Account, but Prosecutors Want Social Media Giant to Hand Over Militia Group's Info

The militia group, New Mexico Civil Guard, has reportedly lost its Facebook account after the social media company took it down.
Elizabeth Holmes Theranos Trial Continues In California

Elizabeth Holmes Fraud Trial: Defense Attorney Lashes Out at Key Witness After Allegedly Breaking No-Contact Order

The alleged violation of court rules prompted a defense attorney for Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes in lashing out at a key government witness, claiming that the 24th witness in the case contacted prosecutors regarding his testimony.
Latest Car Tech That Can Reduce Road Accidents

Latest Car Tech That Can Reduce Road Accidents

Increased road safety awareness and technological breakthroughs have brought down the number of accidents drastically. Today we are going to walk through these tech inventions which have made the roads safer for both drivers and passers-by:
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Astronauts Forced to Wear Diapers After SpaceX Capsule’s Toilet Damaged

The SpaceX astronauts, who were on a trip back to Earth, were forced to wear diapers after a toilet on the Dragon capsule of the company broke in advance of their journey from the International Space Station.
Facebook Accuses Nicaragua Government of Running Internet Troll Farm, Removes Over 1,000 'Fake' Accounts

Facebook Accuses Nicaragua Government of Running Internet Troll Farm, Removes Over 1,000 'Fake' Accounts

Facebook has accused the government of Nicaragua of running an internet troll farm ahead of the presidential elections this weekend.
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