Snap Inc., the maker of popular messaging app Snapchat, could be using data it collects on users’ facial expressions to infer their emotions. Mozilla is demanding transparency about this potential use of sensitive personal data. Will you join the call asking Snap for better disclosure?

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If you’re one of more than 200 million daily Snapchat users — or even if you only use the app occasionally — you know how entertaining it can be to put on a funny face filter and send your friends video or pictures. The trouble is, it’s not clear if the company is capturing or using facial data from people like you to infer your emotions.


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SAS expands easy-to-access analytics across UK public sector

Marlow, UK – 7 November 2019SAS, the leader in analytics, has enhanced its Software-as-a-Service offerings to help the UK public sector deliver a smarter, more citizen-centric range of services. A range of solutions can be deployed rapidly to deliver fast results, whether it is driving proactive policymaking or delivering better social care for individuals.

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Triumph Motorcycles launch four exciting new models at EICMA

NEW 2020

Celebrating a genuine motorcycle legend

In 2020, Triumph will launch two very special editions of the iconic Bonneville T120 and T100 that celebrate the iconic name and legend of Bud Ekins. A 1960s motorcycle icon, Bud was a professional Hollywood stuntman, top motocross and desert racer, and the rider who made arguably the most famous motorcycle film jump in history in the WWII film The Great Escape on behalf of his movie star friend and ISDT partner Steve McQueen. These two new beautiful special editions feature a one-off Californian inspired Bud Ekins paint scheme and a range of dedicated special details and touches.

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GODAN Executive Director underlines Importance of Transparency and Data Sharing at the African Commission on Agricultural Statistics, Gabon

05 November 2019, Libreville: Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN), a UK, US, United Nations and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) supported initiative that promotes the proactive sharing of open data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable to deal with the urgent challenge of ensuring world food security, are participating the African Commission on Agricultural Statistics (AFCAS) taking place 4 – 8 November in Libreville, Gabon. Andre Laperrière, the Executive Director of GODAN will speak at the summit, underlining the importance of data sharing and agricultural statistics.

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