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September 2018

India Has Been Collecting Eye Scans and Fingerprint Records From Every Citizen. Here’s What to Know — TIME

Wednesday marked a significant milestone for the world’s largest biometric ID system, India’s Aadhaar program. When the program launched in 2009, India set out to achieve a world-first: giving every citizen a unique, biometrically-verifiable identification number. Those biometrics (iris scans and fingerprint records) would be linked to a person’s Aadhaar number, which would in turn…

via India Has Been Collecting Eye Scans and Fingerprint Records From Every Citizen. Here’s What to Know — TIME

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James Grant Group sells majority stake to Trilantic in $100m+ deal, rebrands as YM&U — Music Business Worldwide

As reported by MBW earlier this month, private equity firm swoops for talent management co The post James Grant Group sells majority stake to Trilantic in $100m+ deal, rebrands as YM&U appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

via James Grant Group sells majority stake to Trilantic in $100m+ deal, rebrands as YM&U — Music Business Worldwide

Listen to Actress’s mini-album with A.I. sprite Young Paint — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

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A new collaboration between The Vinyl Factory and Actress. Darren J. Cunningham, AKA Actress, has dropped his new mini-album, Young Paint via his new imprint Werk_Ltd. The follow-up to last year’s AZD is a collaboration between Actress and Young Paint, a “learning program” that, according to the artist, wrote the album alongside him. “The EP is about gradients of learning,…

via Listen to Actress’s mini-album with A.I. sprite Young Paint — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

7 must-hear mixes from September 2018: Redlining rave, hardcore energy and bleep history — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

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It’s almost impossible to keep on top of everything that SoundCloud, Mixcloud and online radio has to offer. In our monthly column, FACT guides you through the must-hear mixes of the last 30 days, whether you want a club session to warm you up for the weekend, ambient soothers or a set of vinyl-only obscurities.…

via 7 must-hear mixes from September 2018: Redlining rave, hardcore energy and bleep history — FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

Dramatically Dark Paintings by Piotr Jabłoński — ILLUSTRATION AGE

via Dramatically Dark Paintings by Piotr Jabłoński — ILLUSTRATION AGE

Why Should Users Trust Facebook? It’s a Hard Question for Mark Zuckerberg to Answer — TIME

On Friday morning, Facebook executives faced yet another painful news cycle. Three days earlier, the engineering team discovered a security issue affecting roughly 50 million user accounts. Out of an abundance of caution, the company said on Friday as it revealed the hack, Facebook took action to shore up security not only for those accounts…

via Why Should Users Trust Facebook? It’s a Hard Question for Mark Zuckerberg to Answer — TIME

What Instagram users need to know about Facebook’s security breach — TechCrunch

Even if you never log into Facebook itself these days, the other apps and services you use might be impacted by Facebook’s latest big, bad news. In a follow-up call on Friday’s revelation that Facebook has suffered a security breach affecting at least 50 million accounts, the company clarified that Instagram users were not out…

via What Instagram users need to know about Facebook’s security breach — TechCrunch

Vevo hires Bryon Schafer as SVP of Research — Music Business Worldwide

Bryon Schafer joins Vevo as SVP of Research after three years at Otter Media The post Vevo hires Bryon Schafer as SVP of Research appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

via Vevo hires Bryon Schafer as SVP of Research — Music Business Worldwide

NASA Has Been Visiting Strange, New Worlds for 60 Years. See the Places It’s Gone — TIME

For a species that was handed what might be the best of all possible planets, humans have been oddly anxious to leave it. Our itch to venture into space has been with us ever since we first realized that the points of light in the sky are actually places in the sky. Recognizing a place,…

via NASA Has Been Visiting Strange, New Worlds for 60 Years. See the Places It’s Gone — TIME

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