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Saturday is the deadline for Illinois residents to submit a claim in the lawsuit involving Google and its photo privacy. The $100 million class-action was filed earlier this year and accuses Google's face grouping tool of violating Illinois's Biometric ...
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Illinois residents who appeared in a photograph on Google Photos within the last seven years may be eligible to receive a portion of a $100 million settlement.
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Duplantis sets new pole vault world record to claim Sweden's first gold while Amusan takes 100m hurdles title.
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The key to protecting your phone's local storage is to stop Google Photos' ability to modify your local files. After all, Google Photos merely acts as a way to display your photos in a neat and ti.
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Today is the last day to submit tax returns. However, as today is Sunday, banks will be closed, while heavy load is expected on the IT department's e-filing portal.
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A guide on how to claim free 5000 V-bucks in Fortnite due to the Zanca V. Epic lawsuit settlement, and free 1000 Rocket League Credits.
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EUGENE, Oregon — Despite all three women not being completely satisfied with their performances in the first round of the 100m hurdles on Saturday's penultimate day of the 18th World Athletics Cha...
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Under voter reforms passed in 2021, Georgia's runoffs are now set for four weeks after primary election Day. Early voting for the June 21 runoff began June 13; the last day to submit an absentee ballot for the runoff was June 10.
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The Dodge Challenger and Charger have had a lasting impact on the landscape of modern muscle cars. From the rebirth of both namesakes to the outrageous wheelie-prone, 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the duo leaves little to be desired for ...
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It seems obvious that Dodge was always going to have a problem selling the idea of electric vehicles to its core group of enthusiasts. Case in point? TikTok.
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