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e38 (1995-2001 BMW 7 series)

Apr 08, 2021
My first real nice car was a 2000 740iL. It was a nice car, but way too big. I thought we needed all that room, but most of the time it was just me driving the car alone. I'm waiting for BMW to only make EVs soon.
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Thinking of publishing a newsletter?

Sep 17, 2021
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Services that email newsletters to your subscribers and collect payment for them are convenient, but they are only addressing the easiest part of the business. And just because a handful of well-known writers can make a good living publishing an email newsletter doesn't mean the distribution method is key to their success.
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DIMAURO: Workplace facial screening is a bad idea

Sep 21, 2020
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"Artificial intelligence has been on the rise in workplaces for at least the past decade. From consumer algorithms to quantum computing, AI’s uses have grown in type and scope," writes Anthony DiMauro. "One of the more recent advances in AI technologies is the ability to read emotions through facial and behavioral analysis. While the emotional AI technology has largely been implemented in marketing campaigns and health care, a growing number of high-profile companies are using it in hiring decisions. Companies should stop this immediately."
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OSC finds public utility providers lack adequate oversight by state commission

Mar 08, 2020
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The state Public Service Commission is falling short in monitoring Charter Communications Inc. and other utilities across New York, according to an audit released by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. Auditors found regulators lacked the equipment to measure internet speeds, used inaccurate data to track service reliability and imposed only four penalties in four years.
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Why nearly every news publisher should have a podcast strategy

Jul 18, 2019
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HEALEY: What a world it would be if Facebook stopped running political ads

Jul 14, 2020
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"Facebook may finally stop lending its enormously powerful microphone and amplifier to deceitful politicians and manipulative campaigns. And in doing so, it would also block truthful candidates who are just trying to correct the record, outline their policies or encourage people to get out and vote," writes Jon Healey. "It’s a fair trade as far as I’m concerned."
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HILTZIK: Why can’t social media hold back torrent of right-wing conspiracies?

Jul 31, 2020
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"By conventional standards, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube showed themselves to be paragons of public service Monday when they took down a video promoting a long-debunked 'cure for COVID' and agitating against mask-wearing," writes Michael Hiltzik. "The conservative broadcast chain Sinclair also has been praised in some quarters for canceling a segment on one of its television shows promoting an especially unhinged assertion that Dr. Anthony Fauci played a role in manufacturing coronaviruses and sending them to China. By real-world standards, however, the social media giants and Sinclair failed miserably."

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Mar 01, 2019
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Editorial: Facebook discovers privacy

Mar 12, 2019
While Facebook isn't changing anything about its flagship social network, it's new efforts to increase user privacy are focused on integration and encryption of it's Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger services, says the L.A. Times Editorial Board, which hopes the step will inspire other internet companies to take steps to reduce data-mining of customers.