Taiwan’s ‘electronic fence’ monitor for those quarantined raises privacy concerns

TAIPEI – Taiwan, which has won global praise for its effective action against the coronavirus, is rolling out a mobile phone-based “electronic fence” that uses location-tracking to ensure people who are quarantined stay in their homes. Governments around the world … Read more…

Taiwan’s ‘electronic fence’ monitor for those quarantined raises privacy concerns

TAIPEI – Taiwan, which has won global praise for its effective action against the coronavirus, is rolling out a mobile phone-based “electronic fence” that uses location-tracking to ensure people who are quarantined stay in their homes. Governments around the world … Read more…

Taiwan’s ‘electronic fence’ monitor for those quarantined raises privacy concerns

TAIPEI – Taiwan, which has won global praise for its effective action against the coronavirus, is rolling out a mobile phone-based “electronic fence” that uses location-tracking to ensure people who are quarantined stay in their homes. Governments around the world … Read more…

Taiwan’s ‘electronic fence’ monitor for those quarantined raises privacy concerns

TAIPEI – Taiwan, which has won global praise for its effective action against the coronavirus, is rolling out a mobile phone-based “electronic fence” that uses location-tracking to ensure people who are quarantined stay in their homes. Governments around the world … Read more…

10 ways to help those affected by the coronavirus, from donating money to checking on neighbors

10 ways to help those affected by the coronavirus, from donating money to checking on neighbors As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe, our attention has been drawn to making safety a priority. From urging self-quarantining and social distancing … Read more…

10 ways to help those affected by the coronavirus, from donating money to checking on neighbors

10 ways to help those affected by the coronavirus, from donating money to checking on neighbors As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe, our attention has been drawn to making safety a priority. From urging self-quarantining and social distancing … Read more…

Neil deGrasse Tyson Doesn’t Want to Talk About Those Allegations: ‘You’re Not the Investigator’

Lars Niki/Getty Images for IMAX For decades, Neil deGrasse Tyson has cultivated an image of himself as a lovable, culturally-fluent dork—Bill Nye the Science Guy-meets-Sinbad for Gen Y. Following his tenure in the George W. Bush administration, the astrophysicist penned … Read more…

Neil deGrasse Tyson Doesn’t Want to Talk About Those Allegations: ‘You’re Not the Investigator’

Lars Niki/Getty Images for IMAX For decades, Neil deGrasse Tyson has cultivated an image of himself as a lovable, culturally-fluent dork—Bill Nye the Science Guy-meets-Sinbad for Gen Y. Following his tenure in the George W. Bush administration, the astrophysicist penned … Read more…

Neil deGrasse Tyson Doesn’t Want to Talk About Those Allegations: ‘You’re Not the Investigator’

Lars Niki/Getty Images for IMAX For decades, Neil deGrasse Tyson has cultivated an image of himself as a lovable, culturally-fluent dork—Bill Nye the Science Guy-meets-Sinbad for Gen Y. Following his tenure in the George W. Bush administration, the astrophysicist penned … Read more…

Cabinet reshuffle: McVey, Leadsom, Villiers, Cox and Smith among those sacked – live news

Boris Johnson has begun a much-anticipated post election reshuffle to his cabinet Boris Johnson’s reshuffle: who’s in, who’s out, at a glance Full report: Julian Smith sacked as Boris Johnson reshuffles cabinet Tory donor denies funding Boris Johnson’s Caribbean holiday … Read more…

Cabinet reshuffle: McVey, Leadsom, Villiers, Cox and Smith among those sacked – live news

Boris Johnson has begun a much-anticipated post election reshuffle to his cabinet Boris Johnson’s reshuffle: who’s in, who’s out, at a glance Full report: Julian Smith sacked as Boris Johnson reshuffles cabinet Tory donor denies funding Boris Johnson’s Caribbean holiday … Read more…

Teenage Basketball Players and Coaches Among Those Who Died in Helicopter Crash That Killed Kobe Bryant

A helicopter crash outside Los Angeles on Sunday killed the basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven other people who were flying to a basketball tournament. All nine people aboard the helicopter died when it crashed “in … Read more…

‘Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker’ Force Grips 3rd Best December Opening With $193M+; Drat Those ‘Cats’ $7.4M, ‘Bombshell’ $5.9M – Saturday AM Early Update

4th Update, Saturday AM: Refresh for chart and more analysis Some may say ‘Oh, it’s threequel-itis’ but make no mistake: Who doesn’t want a $ 193M opening in December? That’s what Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is bound to … Read more…

Memories Can Drive The Desire To Drink But They Can Also Be Tweaked To Help Curb Those Urges With Ketamine’s Help

Memories and environmental cues can trigger a relapse in someone struggling with alcoholism. Researchers have started playing with the idea of tinkering those memories and cues to prevent that very thing from happening. In other public health news: Eastern equine … Read more…

State Highlights: FEMA’s Recovery Efforts On U.S. Islands Lag Behind Those On Mainland, Report Says; Citing Opioid Epidemic Challenges, Maryland’s Chief Medical Examiner Announces Resignation

Media outlets report on news from Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Maryland, New Hampshire, Minnesota, District of Columbia, Florida, Wisconsin, Georgia, Ohio and California. Kaiser Health News BEST DEAL UPDATE:

Trump on polls showing Biden ahead: ‘I don’t believe those polls’: Part 1

ABC News SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release … Read more…

‘Doing science,’ rather than ‘being scientists,’ more encouraging to those underrepresented in the field

Over the course of a school year, elementary school children lose confidence that they can ‘be scientists,’ but remain more confident that they can ‘do science.’ Child Development News — ScienceDaily SPECIAL DISCOUNT DEAL UPDATE: