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Baby firm fined over data sale to Labour

Political parties commonly buy personal information to target their campaigns, but they must obtain appropriate consent from the providers. A spokesman for Labour said: “We have neither bought nor used Emma’s Diary data since the 2017 General Election and we are in the process of reviewing our approach to acquiring data from third parties.” ‘Complex relationship’ “The relationship between data brokers, political parties and campaigns is complex,” said Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner. “Even though this company was not directly involved in political campaigning, the democratic process must be transparent.”…

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The PGA just got hit with ransomware

This club was built for mining.Image: Sam Greenwood/getty Raise that single gloved-hand to your mouth in shock: The hackers have gone after golf. America’s last bastion of proud visor-wearers is scrambling this week, after unknown criminals took over the PGA of America’s servers on Tuesday — locking the golf association out of its files just days before the official Aug. 9 start of the PGA Championship in Missouri. And you better believe those hackers want bitcoin.  SEE ALSO: Ransomware has been around for almost 30 years, so why does it…

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Listen To This: Pressures Of A New Place

twenty one pilots are back and… they are such a welcome breath of fresh air! Hip hop is dominating now and the band is an alternative to that – literally. The duo is still doing their alternative rock thing while also expanding their sonic palette. Their new song, Jumpsuit, feels very them with elements of Bowie! Check it out above! Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from twenty one pilots! Related Stories Listen To This: She Better Werk!!! Listen To This: Love To Share! Listen To This: Good…

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Tommy Fleetwoods Open winnings paid to namesake Florida teacher

Tommy Fleetwoods prize money from the Open, $154,480, has paid been to another Fleetwood, Thomas, a teaching pro based in Florida Red faces were the order of the day at the European Tour before the final major of the year the US PGA Championship after it emerged winnings due to Tommy Fleetwood for a 12th-placed finish at The Open were paid to another individual. Thomas Fleetwood, a teaching professional based in Florida, was astonished to see $154,480 deposited in his bank account this week. Despite the R&A running the Open,…

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18 Animal Memes & Comics That’ll Cure What Ails You

Animals make everything better, right? 1 Pin It Via izuna1313 2 Pin It Via izuna1313 3 Pin It Via izuna1313 4 Pin It Via izuna1313 5 Pin It Via izuna1313 6 Pin It Via izuna1313 7 Pin It Via izuna1313 8 Pin It Via izuna1313 9 Pin It Via izuna1313 10 Pin It Via izuna1313 11 Pin It Via izuna1313 12 Pin It Via izuna1313 13 Pin It Via izuna1313 14 Pin It Via izuna1313 15 Pin It Via izuna1313 16 Pin It Via izuna1313 17 Pin It Via izuna1313…

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Telemedicine Could Help Fill the Gaps in America’s Abortion Care

Imagine a woman in Lubbock, Texas, who just found out that she's pregnant. She wants an abortion, but Lubbock is one of 27 abortion deserts in the US: The nearest clinic is 308 miles away in Fort Worth, forcing her to take time off from work, pay for travel, and likely arrange childcare to get there. She’s less than 10 weeks along, so she’s a candidate for medication abortion—which could, theoretically, be completed in the privacy of her home. But Texas requires that the FDA protocol for medication abortion be…

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Asia Stocks Mixed on Trade Volleys; Kiwi Slumps: Markets Wrap

Asian stocks traded mixed as China hit back against the Trump administration’s latest tariffs and tensions ratcheted up between the U.S. and Russia. The yen edged higher, while oil held on to its losses. Shares fell in Japan and South Korea, fluctuated in Hong Kong, and pushed higher in China and Australia. Treasuries added to gains made as investors scooped up a record $26 billion 10-year auction. The kiwi tumbled to a two-year low after the New Zealand central bank pushed out its forecast for a rate increase by a…

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Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Ooze Sophistication On Day 2 Of Their Ireland Trip!

The tour continues! Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are on day 2 of their Ireland duties, and they cut quite the fashionable looks on Wednesday. In the morning, Duchess Meghan met Ireland President Michael Higgins in a taupe green Roland Mouret number, with her hair slicked back in a bun. Harry looked equally as handsome in a blue suit tailored to perfection. Related: Meghan Was So Chic At Louis’ Christening! Later in the day at Croke Park, Meghan rocked a black Givenchy suit with Sarah Flint pumps. This is totally…

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Fitness Gear That Will Make You Want To Go To The Gym Betches

I’m the first to admit it, I f*cking despise working out. Every time I leave for the gym I think, “hmmm or I could just accept my fate of morbid obesity and go to Krispy Kreme and eat an entire dozen in my bed.” It’s super tempting. But aside from vanity, working out helps your heart, your posture, and regulates your hormones. Whatever. I work in animation and the sight of the obese, permanently hunched-over men from spending their lives drawing and eating donuts (why are there always donuts in…

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