The United States ran a merchandise trade deficit of $5,243,300,000 with Mexico in September, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
That completes 22 straight years in which the United States has run monthly merchandise trade deficits with Mexico.
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Time For Truth: (CNS News) – U.S. Completes 22 Straight Years of Merchandise Trade Deficits With Mexico
European privacy watchdogs warned WhatsApp on Friday over sharing user information with parent company Facebook, and cautioned Yahoo over a 2014 data breach and scanning of customer emails for U.S. intelligence purposes.
Could millions of connected cameras, thermostats and kids’ toys bring the internet to its knees? It’s beginning to look that way.
On Friday, epic cyberattacks crippled a major internet firm, repeatedly disrupting the availability of popular websites across the United States. The hacker group claiming responsibility says that the day’s antics were just a dry run and that it has its sights set on a much bigger target. And the attackers now have a secret weapon in the increasing array of internet-enabled household devices they can subvert and use to wreak havoc.
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Time For Truth: (Associated Press) – Attacks on the internet keep getting bigger and nastier
Moments ago, Wikileaks just released its third data dump from the hacked email account of Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Chair, John Podesta, which is becoming a true headache for Hillary Clinton and her supporter base.
There are as many as 1,190 new emails in the latest release, adding to the more than 4,000 emails from Podesta already released by the whistleblowing website, and bringing the total to 5,336. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has claimed he is sitting on as much as 50,000 messages.
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Time For Truth: (Zero Hedge) – Wikileaks Releases Another 1,100 Emails From John Podesta In Third Data Dump
A palm-sized robot that can hold conversations will go on sale in Japan next year, developer Toyota has announced.
Kirobo Mini, who was 10cm (4in) high, had been designed to provide companionship, the company said.
And it could tailor conversations to include comments about journeys based on data from its owner’s vehicle.
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Time For Truth: (BBC News) – Toyota launches 'baby' robot for companionship