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During the ceremony, the Gold Logie Award for Most Popular Personality on Australian TV went to comedian Hamish Blake, who gave a moving speech as he accepted the coveted statuette for the second time.



Djeffal offers a taste of what airports and airlines across Europe are up against as they race to hire thousands to cope with resurgent demand, dubbed "revenge travel" as people seek to make up for vacations lost during the pandemic.

By 7pm, three delivery service partners said an Amazon app used to communicate with delivery drivers is down, leaving vans that were supposed to deliver packages sitting idle with no communication from the company, according to Bloomberg.

website Seven Reuters reporters also obtained their Amazon files. Amazon customers can obtain their data by filling out a form on Amazon.com. The data reveals the company´s ability to amass strikingly intimate portraits of individual consumers.

At times, law-enforcement agencies seek data on customers from technology companies. Amazon discloses that it complies with search warrants and other lawful court orders seeking data the company keeps on an account, while objecting to "overbroad or otherwise inappropriate requests."

The only way for customers to delete much of this personal data is to close their account, Amazon said.
The company said it retains some information, such as purchase history, after account closure to comply with legal obligations.

report to make it global, and "streamlined" the information from each country on law enforcement inquiries. Amazon stopped disclosing how often it complies with such requests last year. Asked why, Amazon said it expanded the scope of the U.S.

When the interviewer asked: ‘Can you learn a lot about a person by the books they keep?', Adele replied: ‘Well I would say that, but I don't know many people that have real books in their house any more.

The summer when air travel was supposed to return to normal after a two-year pandemic vacuum is in danger of becoming the summer when the high-volume, low-cost air travel model broke down - at least in Europe's sprawling integrated market.



Such information can reveal a person´s height, weight and health; their ethnicity (via clues contained in voice data) and political leanings; their reading and buying habits; their whereabouts on any given day, and sometimes whom they have met.



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Phillips, 57, a freelance reporter, was doing research for a book on the trip with Brazilian indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, a former head of isolated and recently contacted tribes at federal indigenous affairs agency Funai.

In a statement, Amazon said it has scientists and engineers working to improve the technology and avoid false triggers that prompt recording. The company said it alerts customers that recordings are stored when they set up Alexa accounts.

Analysts say the labour squeeze may raise costs beyond the summer, but it is too early to tell whether the industry must step back from the pre-pandemic model of ever-rising volumes and cost-cutting, which generated new routes and kept fares low.

"It's more comfortable packing a hair dryer or a computer in a box than heaving a 50-pound suitcase crawling into the fuselage of an airplane", said Thomas Richter, chief of the German ground-handling employers' association ABL.

High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale was criticised last week after admitting she bought 400 books to fill her shelves ahead of a photoshoot at her California home. And she wouldn't be the first person to buy books willy-nilly.

And they can disconnect their contacts or calendars from their smart-speaker devices if they don´t want to use Alexa´s calling or scheduling functions. Alexa users, for instance, can stop Amazon from saving their recordings or have them automatically deleted periodically.



Nov 19 (Reuters) - As a Virginia lawmaker, Ibraheem Samirah has studied internet privacy issues and debated how to regulate tech firms´ collection of personal data.
Still, he was stunned to learn the full details of the information Amazon.com Inc has collected on him.

A customer can opt out of having their Alexa recordings examined, but they must navigate a series of menus and two warnings that say: "If you turn this off, voice recognition and new features may not work well for you." Asked about the warnings, Amazon said consumers who limit data collection may not be able to personalize some features, such as music playback.

Be fully prepared, Alexa advised the kids, to refute common parent arguments such as "too violent," "too expensive" and "you´re not doing well enough in school." The information came from a third-party program used by Alexa called "wikiHow" that provides how-to advice from more than 180,000 articles, Classic Novels according to Amazon´s website.