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    Apple is no longer just a maker of bright-shiny tech. It’s become a business ecosystem with cloud, music and app subscriptions. Its bundling these services and trying customers into them. It’s a digital wallet via ApplePay. It’s a streaming service. At $54 bln its services business is now larger than its iPhone sales of $40 bln, while “wearables” like watches and buds come in at $31 bln.

    Apple will launch the iPhone 13 series & the Apple Watch Series 7 during its “California Streaming” event.

    In August Apple said it will scan U.S. iPhones for images of child sexual abuse, if the "A.I." detects a suspect image it will be sent for review by a human, which could result in your holiday snaps of your kids or a risky photo of your partner being viewed by someone in a foreign data centre and then shared. A month later Apple said it's delaying its plan to scan U.S. iPhones for images of child sexual abuse, saying it needs more time to refine the system before releasing it.

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    Fortnite streamer RaulZito has been arrested over allegations that he's raped multiple children, ages 10-14.

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    Kid: I want to jump off the roof.
    Mom: NO.
    Kid: I want to play with matches.
    Mom: NO.
    Kid: I want to drive the car.
    Mom: NO.
    Kid: I want to cut off my genitals.
    Mom: No problem honey, that’s your choice to make.

     How messed up is that?

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    U.S. Virgin Islands Congresswoman 'WILL' keep $8,100 donated to her political campaigns by disgraced Jeffrey Epstein despite claims he sexually abused underage girls. Did she facilitate anything for Jeffrey Epstein?

    • Representative Stacey Plaskett is likely to keep Epstein's campaign donations
    • The political financer stands accused of abusing underage girls
    • Plaskett of the Virgin Islands reportedly received three donations of $2,700 
    • A spokesperson said she is 'unlikely' to return the funds which amount to $8,100
    • Bill Clinton, other Democrats and Harvard were also listed as receiving funds
    • Epstein pleaded not guilty to the 2002 - 2005 charges and was held without bail

    Epstein on Monday pleaded not guilty in Manhattan federal court to sex-trafficking charges in a conspiracy that allegedly let him abuse underage girls from 2002 through 2005.

    The crimes allegedly committed over that four-year span happened inside his Manhattan townhouse and an estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

    The indictment alleges employees of Epstein’s helped recruit underage girls, whom Epstein would then sexually abuse.

    Other Democrats have routinely received financial backing from Epstein, including former President Bill Clinton.

    From the late 1990s through 2004, Epstein donated more than $145,000 to Democrats running for office.

    Read the full article on DailyMail.