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eBay Urges Customers To Oppose Washington Internet Tax

An anonymous reader quotes a report from KNKX: If you live in Washington state, you might have gotten the email from eBay. It begins: “The Washington State Legislature is threatening to impose new Internet sales tax burdens on you.” It goes on to urge the recipient to send a form letter to Washington lawmakers opposing “harmful tax laws.” So what’s ... Read More »

Dubai Airport Will Use Biometric Scanning By 2020 To Replace Entry With Passport

dryriver quotes a report from Gulf News: For visitors or residents coming in to Dubai, a new face-recognition software in the offing at the Dubai International Airport will enable them to walk straight to the baggage claim area after deplaning without having to stop at passport control. British start-up ObjectTech announced that they will work with the Dubai government to ... Read More »

Japan Passes Controversial ‘Anti-Conspiracy’ Bill

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Virtual Privacy Network Blog, News: Earlier today, after an intentionally rushed consideration process, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe passed a new mass surveillance law conveniently called the “anti-conspiracy bill.” With the vague wording of the bill, anyone suspected of planning any of [the 277 acts listed in the bill] could be put under ... Read More »

Vivaldi 1.10 Released

Reader x_t0ken_407 writes: Vivaldi, the successor to Opera 12.16 (Presto) in spirit, admittedly has a long way to go but continues to steadily mature with the release of version 1.10: Releasing Vivaldi 1.10, we give you the power for making the Start Page more personal than ever before. You’re the one who gets to decide how your Start Page looks, ... Read More »