Lie Detector App

A UK company has developed a lie-detecting app that could be used interviews or other situations where high levels of honesty in (initially) completing forms is required. Video Combined With Analytics The London based company, called ‘Human’, founded by Yi Xu, a former investment banker and investment news TV presenter, has a team that includes […]

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Amazon Accused In Birkenstock Misspelling Advert Row

German sandal maker Birkenstock has successfully brought an injunction against Amazon to prevent internet shoppers from being directed to the online marketplace with anything other than the correct spelling of the sandal brand name. Why? The reported motivation for the legal move by Birkenstock is to prevent unsuspecting shoppers from buying low-quality counterfeits through Amazon […]

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Justice Too Slow With Data Requests Says ICO

The UK’s Secretary of State for Justice has been hit with an Enforcement notice by the Information Commissioner’s Office over backlogs and poor handling of requests for personal records made under data protection laws. Subject Access Requests In the UK, under the Data Protection Act 1998, anyone can make a request to any organisation (termed […]

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Tech Tip – Battery Saver In Windows 10

If you need to squeeze the most out of the battery charge of your laptop or tablet, try the Battery Saver feature in Windows 10. This feature disables unnecessary background functions such as live tile updates and email and calendar syncing. It can also auto-dim your screen brightness. Here’s how to access it: Go to […]

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