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Google、アプリで位置情報をオフにしても位置情報を保存していたとの報道を受けてヘルプを修正

タレコミ by Anonymous Coward
あるAnonymous Coward 曰く、
先日、AndroidおよびiOS向けの各種Googleアプリが、位置情報を保存しないよう設定した場合でも位置情報を収集してサーバーに送信していたということが報じられたが、これを受けてGoogleがGoogleアカウントのヘルプページを更新し、「ロケーション履歴」設定をオフにした場合でも位置情報が収集されるとの内容に変更している。

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shibuyaのコメント: Re:タイムマシン自体 (スコア 1) 3

by shibuya (#3463238) ネタ元: たいむましんにおねがい

ビッグバンをエポックにして、それでもなぜか古典物理学の考え方に固執して
すべて計算で算出できる、という開き直った作風の世界観のものはないだろうか?

// そんな世界観もとい宇宙論でタイムマシンが成立可能かどうかはさておき。

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Slashdot: US Bosses Now Earn 312 Times the Average Worker's Wage, Figures Show

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: The chief executives of America's top 350 companies earned 312 times more than their workers on average last year, according to a new report published Thursday by the Economic Policy Institute. The rise came after the bosses of America's largest companies got an average pay rise of 17.6% in 2017, taking home an average of $18.9m in compensation while their employees' wages stalled, rising just 0.3% over the year. The pay gap has risen dramatically, with some fluctuations, since the 1990s. In 1965 the ratio of CEO to worker pay was 20 to one; that figure had risen to 58 to one by in 1989 and peaked in 2000 when CEOs earned 344 times the wage of their average worker. CEO pay dipped in the early 2000s and during the last recession, but has been rising rapidly since 2009. Chief executives are even leaving the 0.1% in the dust. The bosses of large firms now earn 5.5 times as much as the average earner in the top 0.1%.

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Slashdot: Amazon In Running To Acquire Landmark Movie Chain

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According to Bloomberg, Amazon is in the running to acquire Landmark Theaters, a chain focused on independent and foreign films with more than 50 theaters in 27 markets, including high-profile locations in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. From the report: Landmark's theaters are known for art-house fare, and some high-end locations include coffee bars or lounges, setting them apart from the typical movie experience. "This is probably a move to get broader distribution of film content," said Leo Kulp, an analyst with RBC Capital Markets LLC. "Netflix had been discussed as a potential buyer of Landmark for a similar reason." The possible move was viewed positively by investors, who saw it as a sign that Amazon wasn't looking to disrupt moviegoing and was supportive of the theatrical experience, Kulp said.

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13683325 submission
犯罪

米ペンシルベニア州で神父300人による数千人規模の性的虐待が明らかに

タレコミ by Anonymous Coward
あるAnonymous Coward 曰く、
朝日新聞の記事によると、世界各地のカトリック教会で神父による性的虐待が表面化し、大きなスキャンダルになっている中、米ペンシルベニア州最高裁判所が、同州のカトリック教会の神父による少年少女への性的虐待の大陪審調査報告書を公表したそうだ。

同州内の8教区を対象に約2年の教会内部文書調査や関係者への聞き取りした結果、過去70年以上で神父400人以上の関与が明らかになり、証拠が揃った300人以上の実名を公表した。被害者は文書では約1千人だが、実際には数千人に上ると見られるらしい。被害者の多くは少年だが、少女も含まれている。

教会は、告発を受けても警察への通報をせず、いい加減な内部調査で済ませたり、加害者を別の任地に移したりといった隠蔽を行なっていた。

大陪審は時効前の神父2人を起訴したが、他はほとんどが時効になっているようだ。

バチカンは、「恥であり悲しい」とする報道官声明を発表したそうだ。
13683305 submission
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すかいらーくホールディングス、国内外全店でプラスチック製ストロー廃止へ

タレコミ by Anonymous Coward
あるAnonymous Coward 曰く、
朝日新聞の記事によると、ガストやバーミヤンを展開している「すかいらーくホールディングス」は、プラスチック製ストローの提供を2020年までに国内外の全店でやめるそうだ。

プラスチック製品が環境汚染を引き起こしている事への対策で、現在は年1億500万本消費しているのを段階的に全廃する。幼児等のストローが必要な客には、プラスチックを使わない代替品を提供する検討をしている。

プラスチック製ストローは、既に米スターバックスが2020年までに世界全店で提供をやめる事を発表している。
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Slashdot: The Man Who Jailbreaks Teslas

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harrymcc writes: Normally, a totaled Tesla is worth so little that they sell for peanuts at salvage auctions. But Berkeley, California engineer Phil Sadow buys trashed Tesla cars and gets them up and running again -- a feat which has required him to figure out how to root their software so he can run diagnostics normally unavailable to a tinkerer such as himself. Over at Fast Company, Daniel Terdiman tells the story of Sadow's work, which Tesla is apparently nonplussed about but has not tried to prevent. Slashdot reader Ingineerix also submitted the story, sharing an excerpt from the report: In a cramped warehouse in an industrial neighborhood in Berkeley, California, a Tesla Model 3 is ready to go. It's powered up, its display screen is on, and it's pumping out data. But there are some strange error messages. For one, the passenger door window is uncalibrated. For another, the autopilot electronic control unit is missing. These would be troubling signals for most Tesla owners. For Phil Sadow, though, they make perfect sense. After all, his Model 3 is lacking some very important components: its windows, its wheels, and the entire body frame. For the last three years, Sadow, a 49-year-old electrical engineer who also goes by the moniker Ingineer, has been rebuilding and selling salvaged Teslas. He's also taught a global community of fellow enthusiasts to do the same, charging an hourly rate as a consultant on other tinkerers' repair projects. All told, he says, he's rebuilt -- or helped other people rebuild -- almost 400 vehicles over the last three years.

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Slashdot: Nintendo's Switch Has Been Hiding a Buried 'VR Mode' For Over a Year

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Hackers have uncovered and tested a screen-splitting "VR Mode" that has been buried in the Switch's system-level firmware for over a year. The discovery suggests that Nintendo at least toyed with the idea that the tablet system could serve as a stereoscopic display for a virtual reality headset. Switch hackers first discovered and documented references to a "VrMode" in the Switch OS' Applet Manager services back in December when analyzing the June 2017 release of version 3.0.0 of the system's firmware. But the community doesn't seem to have done much testing of the internal functions "IsVrModeEnabled" and "SetVrModeEnabled" at the time. That changed shortly after Switch modder OatmealDome publicly noted one of the VR functions earlier this month, rhetorically asking, "has anyone actually tried calling it?" Fellow hacker random0666 responded with a short Twitter video (and an even shorter followup) showing the results of an extremely simple homebrew testing app that activates the system's VrMode functions. As you can see in those video links, using those functions to enable the Switch's VR mode splits the screen vertically into two identical half-sized images, in much the way other VR displays split an LCD screen to create a stereoscopic 3D effect. System-level UI elements appear on both sides of the screen when the mode is enabled, and the French text shown in the test can be roughly translated to "Please move the console away from your face and click the close button." The location of the functions in the Switch firmware suggest they're part of Nintendo's own Switch code and not generic functions included in other Nvidia Tegra-based hardware.

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吾輩はリファレンスである。名前はまだ無い -- perlの中の人

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