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Alien Exists And Government Hiding It

A “doughnut UFO” has been seen in the sky of Switzerland. Green lights disappearing into the sky over Canada. A saucer-shaped glob unexpectedly tumbling into the sea. Aliens Exists and The Government Knows Truth-seekers and alien hunters have enough to think about in the year 2021. But it also provided answers, ranging from a long-awaited Pentagon study on military UFO encounters to fresh information on habitable exoplanets and the truth about a rumored “alien signal” from the sun’s closest neighboring star. In 2021, we learnt nine facts about aliens (and where to seek for them). UFOs exist (and the government

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Tesla Full Self-Driving Gets criticism from regulators

Early Saturday, Tesla began letting owners request its “Full Self-Driving” software, suggesting that thousands of drivers will soon be on the road with the unregulated and mostly untested capabilities. It’s the first time the firm has allowed ordinary customers to update to self-driving software, despite the fact that the phrase is an exaggeration by industry and legal standards. Tesla CEO Elon Musk had previously stated that owners will be able to request the updated suite of sophisticated driver-assistance technologies Owners must agree to allow Tesla to track their driving habits using the company’s insurance calculation. Tesla published a thorough handbook

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Covid 19 Vaccination Drive from USA and Around the World

Regulators in the United States are expected to approve a third dosage of Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine for adults aged 65 and over. According to Anthony Fauci, mRNA vaccinations will be given in a three-dose schedule. In the face of increasing infections, Singapore recorded 1,457 Covid-19 cases and limited hospital visits to save capacity. Myanmar has extended vaccination eligibility to adults over the age of 55. President Joe Biden of the United States has called on other countries to help substantially increase production of vaccines and treatments in order to help stop the epidemic. He stated that the United States will

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Apple child-abuse scanner has major weakness, experts warn

Scientists have discovered a vulnerability in iOS’s built-in hash function, raising worries about the system’s integrity. The vulnerability affects Apple’s NeuralHash hashing technology, which enables it to search for precise matches of known child abuse photos without really owning or seeing the images. What is wrong with Apple Child-abuse Scanner An iOS developer named Asuhariet Ygvar released code for a Python version of NeuralHash on GitHub on Tuesday. How to extract NeuralMatch files from a current macOS or iOS build is also documented on GitHub. According to early testing, it can withstand picture scaling and compression but not cropping or

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Man hunts down stolen scooter using Apple AirTags

Dan Guido refused to give up when his electric scooter was stolen on the night of Aug. 2. Two Apple AirTags had been hidden inside the black car by the Brooklyn cybersecurity CEO, who had covered them with black duct tape. He went out the following day with the assistance of the little Bluetooth trackers to find the scooter. He was successful, which is a spoiler. How Did Apple AirTags Work? Guido works for Trail of Bits, a cybersecurity research and consulting company headquartered in New York City that serves customers in the military, technology, finance, and blockchain sectors. In

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