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[ad_1] By Madeline Wells, SFGATE Published10:30 am PDT, Friday, September 25, 2020 Have you still been dating during the pandemic? We want to hear your stories. Have you still been dating during the pandemic? We want to hear your stories. Photo: Filadendron/Getty Images Photo: Filadendron/Getty Images Have you still been dating during the pandemic? We want […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Hackers are able to command Siri, Alexa in a frequency too high for you to hear

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Researchers have discovered that it is possible to “speak” to voice assistants like Siri and Alexa in a frequency too high for the human ear to hear, Fast Company reports. This so-called “DolphinAttack” could potentially allow hackers to send commands to iPhones or Amazon Echos, asking the devices to call…

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Close Your Eyes To Hear Ellen DeGeneres And Tom Hanks Have A Pixar-Off

Tom Hanks, the voice of Woody from “Toy Story,” and Ellen DeGeneres, the voice of Dory in “Finding Nemo” (and “Finding Dory”), gave the audience a treat on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Friday.

Hanks often faces a certain problem: meeting kids who don’t know their favorite characters are voiced by actors who, confusingly, look nothing like their cartoon counterparts. On DeGeneres’ show, he let her in on his solution ― asking people to close their eyes and picture the character as he provides the voice.

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Can You Hear Me Now, Verizon?

Why I’m On Strike At Verizon

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is baffled. Recently, he walked up to a picket line and told striking workers, “This makes no sense to anybody. To be honest, I’m not sure why you’re out here.”

Well, it makes sense to me. Let me explain why I’ve joined nearly 40,000 workers on strike from Massachusetts to Virginia.

For the past 16.5 years, I’ve worked as a Customer Service Representative at Verizon’s Customer Sales and Service office in Bloomsburg, PA. I take calls from customers and handle everything from setting up payment to transferring telephone service.

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City to hear appeal of fired Dallas firefighter cleared of child abuse charge

Just before he was fired, Dallas firefighter Lewis Zak said if he hurt his infant son, he didn’t do so intentionally.

“The charges that have been brought upon me are devastating, and to think that I would recklessly harm my child is absurd,” Zak, 37, said in an internal affairs statement.

A grand jury took Zak’s side last month and cleared him of the injury to a child charge.

Now, Zak, the son of retired Dallas Fire-Rescue Deputy Chief Mike Zak, and his attorney will try to persuade Assistant City Manager Eric Campbell on Thursday to give him his job back. Zak believes he was seen as guilty until proven innocent.

Chief Louie Bright III fired Zak, a six-year veteran of the department, in July after Dallas Fire-Rescue investigators sustained two allegations of “unprofessional conduct.

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Federal court to hear arguments on NSA data collection

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A federal court is set to hear oral arguments on the National Security Agency’s blanket collection of telephone data next…

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Nobody wants to hear….

this, but sometimes the person you want most, is the person you’re best without. Read More….

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U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Ohio child abuse case

parentsecurityonline.com – WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether Ohio prosecutors acted constitutionally when they relied on what a child-abuse victim told his teachers to win conviction of a Cleveland man …

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High Court Won’t Hear Appeal Of Internet Taxation

  The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to take up a case challenging a New York state law requiring online companies to collect state sales taxes, just like brick and mortar stores do. The Illinois Supreme Court recently rejected a similar tax law in the state.   Back in October, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled against a […] View full post on Gregory d. evans