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The top United States, Mexican and Canadian trade negotiators met on Wednesday in an effort to put the final touches on a regional free trade agreement that can pass muster in the US Congress.
In 2018, almost a quarter of consumers experienced attempts at fraud over the Black Friday weekend, as fraudsters capitalize on seasonal spikes in transaction volume to try and evade fraud detection processes. Mark Crichton provides some tips.
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party would win a comfortable majority in Britain's parliament if the upcoming election were held this week, according to a poll by respected research firm YouGov.
It really is becoming a "virtual" world when farmers outfit their dairy herd with virtual reality headsets, hoping to reduce anxiety and increase milk production - at least that's what a regional agricultural administration in Russia is claiming.
In October 2019 SYKES surveyed working adults across the U.S. to uncover their perceptions of and beliefs about the future of work. The poll included views on automation, and this found that many firms do not have an automation strategy in place.
The Chinese billionaire behind teen phenomenon TikTok is a 36-year-old tech guru whose eye for youth trends and pioneering use of AI has blasted the app to global success -- while working hand-in-glove with censors to control content within China.
While it is possible for an organization to lack formal data classification and still have an understanding of what it needs to protect, yet most organizations hold sensitive data that cybercriminals can monetize or leverage for other purposes.
Chinese-owned app TikTok has admitted it briefly removed a viral video that condemned Beijing's crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang and apologised to the US teen who posted the clip.In a post that has now been seen 1.

At a time when Donald Trump is facing the sharpest scrutiny of his presidency, he would like the world to behold that "gorgeous chest" he described at a Florida rally on Tuesday.
Black Friday has become established as the most popular time of the year for online sales, moving beyond its U.S. origins to other parts of the world. Big online sales, however, bring with them cyber risks.
Some sellers suspended from Amazon are now struggling with reinstatement due to a glitch that forced them to stay offline.
Can music be universal? A new study suggests so. The research examines the concept that music from any country shares important commonalities, whatever the apparent differences in sound and rhythm.
A study shows how old newspaper can be used as a low-cost and green solution for the large-scale production of single walled carbon nanotubes. The nanotubes can be used in electronics and optics technology.

Transporting NASA's Orion space capsule from one place to another can be a daunting task, especially when it has a mass of about 8.5 metric tons (19,000 pounds). But NASA also has a very big plane that can do the job.
Is out mental sharpness connected with inflammation in the body, in that inflammation causes mental sluggishness? New research suggests there is a connection between the physiological state of the body and brain function.
Rescuers were struggling Sunday to save 14,600 sheep loaded on a cargo ship that capsized in the Black Sea off the coast of Romania, they said.
News that a loved one was in custody would be unwelcome in most circumstances -- but when the police called Sumeyye Yilmaz, she felt her prayers had been answered.Her husband Mustafa Yilmaz had been missing for eight months.
Iraqi security forces cracked down on anti-government protesters in the strife-torn south Thursday, leaving 13 people dead in a bloody escalation hours after the torching of an Iranian consulate.
Iran has arrested eight people accused of links to the CIA and gathering information to send abroad during deadly street violence that erupted after a fuel price hike triggered demonstrations.
Collective Entertainment talent manager Emily White chatted with Digital Journal about her background in music and sports, the DC Trident in the International Swimming League (ISL), and serving as an adjust instructor at NYU's Tisch School for the Arts.
Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel has a major reason to celebrate. She was crowned "Female Athlete of the Year" at the 2019 Golden Goggle Awards.
Olympic swimmer Joao de Lucca chatted with Digital Journal about competing for the New York Breakers in the inaugural International Swimming League (ISL).
Four-time Olympic medalist South African swimmer Chad Le Clos was named MVP at the International Swimming League (ISL) competition in London.
Australian vocal group Human Nature has finally gotten their duet. They were inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame.
"Ball Drop" by Colin Tanner was released in the fall of 2019 via Lulu Publishing Services. Colin Tanner is a pen name for an alumnus of the hit reality television show "The Bachelorette."
Emmy winner Kevin Spirtas will be appearing on the new "Days of Our Lives" digital drama series, which premieres on November 29.
Folk music icon Judy Collins has covered Joni Mitchell's classic song "River" on her forthcoming studio album "Winter Stories," and the result is magical.

Argentina's leftist president-elect Alberto Fernandez said Tuesday he would renounce the remaining $11 billion tranche of the country's International Monetary Fund loan as soon as he takes office next month.
An iconic US company with a storied history, the jeweler Tiffany agreed Monday to be acquired by French luxury giant LVMH for $16.2 billion.
The Mexican economy, Latin America's second-largest after Brazil's, tumbled into recession in the first half of this year and has since remained stagnant, according to revised official data released Monday.
UL, the global safety science company, is now offering an IoT Security Rating to help manufacturers demonstrate cybersecurity posture in preparation for upcoming regulations.
Measles infections continued to climb steeply in Samoa Thursday as a mass vaccination programme fails to reach the infants most vulnerable to the deadly epidemic.
Measles has killed more than 5,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo since January -- more than double the toll in the country's Ebola epidemic -- the World Health Organization said Wednesday.
Phoenix, a leading nuclear technology company, and SHINE Medical, a medical isotope production company, are turning nuclear bombs into medicine, used for medical imaging for Cancer and Heart Screenings.
Measles outbreaks worldwide showed a substantial jump in the number of cases, increasing 300 percent over the previous year. In the first three months of the year, over 110,000 cases were reported globally.
China on Thursday summoned the US ambassador and threatened retaliation after US President Donald Trump signed legislation supporting Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters, just as the world's top two economies edge towards a trade truce.
Saudi Arabia's crackdown on perceived dissent since Prince Mohammed bin Salman became Crown Prince has been on-again off-again but according to human rights groups the crackdown has been increasing over the past week.
US, Mexican and Canadian trade negotiators met on Wednesday in an effort to put the final touches on a regional free trade agreement that can pass muster in the American Congress.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Wednesday raised the possibility of triggering a mechanism in the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that could lead to the reimposition of UN sanctions.
Canadian researchers working with hunters from the Inuvialuit community of Tuktoyaktuk, in the Northwest Territories in Canada, were surprised to find microplastics in the digestive systems of beluga whales hunted for food.
In the tiny part of Antarctica where the snow melts in springtime, mosses, lichens and grasses grow alongside flies, mites and colonies of micro-organisms that have fed and reproduced for millions of years.
Slovakia banned single-use plastics as of 2021 on Wednesday, joining the European Union fight to reduce marine pollution.
Research from a leading international expert on the health of the Great Lakes suggests that the growing intensity and scale of pollution from plastics poses serious risks to human health and will continue to have profound consequences on the ecosystem.
Home to one of Spain's most important private art collections that includes paintings by Goya, Velazquez and Rubens, the Liria Palace was for decades Madrid's best kept cultural secret.
Measles infections continued to climb steeply in Samoa Thursday as a mass vaccination programme fails to reach the infants most vulnerable to the deadly epidemic.
Measles has killed more than 5,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo since January -- more than double the toll in the country's Ebola epidemic -- the World Health Organization said Wednesday.
A pair of storms packing heavy snow and hurricane-force winds left tens of thousands without power in the United States on Wednesday and wreaked havoc for Americans traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday.