So far, the film has received mixed response from the audience. And it is yet to be seen which film would emerge as the winner at the box office. Having said that, the box office competition would be really tough between Ayushmann and Vicky considering that their films are already available for free download on the very first day of release. … [Read more...] about Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship Full Movie Gets Leaked Online To Download In HD!
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Buying a giant online broker isn’t without risk. For Morgan Stanley’s 15,000-plus financial advisers, it might feel like inviting cannibals in for dinner – after all, E*Trade and its rivals recently cut trading commissions to zero. But at least the price is reasonable. The $400 million of expected cost savings alone are worth just over $3 billion today, taxed and capitalized. That neatly covers the $3 billion premium in the announced deal – and the cost reductions will boost Morgan Stanley’s return on equity, too. … [Read more...] about Breakingviews – Morgan Stanley beats Goldman to E*Trade punch
A chicken meat stall at a local wet market. The prices of live chickens of all types have plunged to new lows - PHOTO: PLO HCMC – Since the end of the Lunar New Year holiday, the prices of live chickens of all types have plunged to record lows, at VND12,000-VND13,000 per kilogram. … [Read more...] about Chicken prices slide to record lows
"G Suite for Education allows schools to control account access and requires that schools obtain parental consent when necessary," a Google spokesman told sister site CNET. "We do not use personal information from users in primary and secondary schools to target ads. School districts can decide how best to use Google for Education in their classrooms and we are committed to partnering with them." … [Read more...] about Google denies claims that free school Chromebooks are illegally collecting student data
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas on Thursday sued Alphabet Inc's Google search engine, alleging that its educational software collects young students' personal information without the required parental consent. Google called the allegations "factually wrong" and did not respond to a request to elaborate. The company sells its Chromebook laptops to schools around the world alongside its free or low-cost G Suite for Education software package, which includes email and writing tools. Brian McMath, an assistant attorney general under Balderas, said recent testing by his team and outside technical experts found that students aged below 13 who are given Chromebooks by their schools have their Web browsing, location, passwords and other personal information transmitted to Google. The lawsuit states that Google failed to gather "verifiable parental consent" before collecting the data, a violation of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. McMath said while there was … [Read more...] about New Mexico AG sues Google for collecting school kids’ personal data