Google unveils another step in its much-needed privacy boost

Google has announced that its Privacy Sandbox proposal is one step closer to becoming reality as the company is preparing its next stage of trials which will focus on ads relevance and measurement. For those unfamiliar, the search giant first unveiled its Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) plan to replace third-party browser cookies before announcing … Read more

WWF report says online wildlife trade on rise in Myanmar

A report by the World Wildlife Fund shows illegal trading in wildlife online is growing in Myanmar in a threat both to public health and to endangered species By ELAINE KURTENBACH AP Business Writer March 31, 2022, 5:01 PM • 4 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article BANGKOK — A report by … Read more

Stanford and UConn renew intense rivalry at Final Four

MINNEAPOLIS — Stanford and UConn have met on the biggest stage in women’s basketball many times over the past 27 years. The rivalry between the two storied programs led by Hall of Fame coaches Geno Auriemma and Tara VanDerveer will resume Friday night in the Final Four, five years after their previous meeting. The winner … Read more

Chris Pine Is, Frankly, Freaking It

Fast forward a few months and we’ve got a prime example of what is commonly referred to as “the Equinox look,” which Pine’s spruced up with some weirdo clogs. Inspired! Chris Pine attends Amazon Studios’ All The Old Knives Los Angeles Special Screening at The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills on March 09, 2022 … Read more

How The Bachelor’s Cassie Randolph Grew After the Show

Cassie Randolph isn’t your stereotypical member of Bachelor Nation. After breaking up with The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood in 2020, the California native wasn’t one to attend countless red carpet event or document every piece of her life on Instagram. Instead, Cassie took time during the coronavirus pandemic to focus on herself. “I feel like it was during a weird … Read more

Finns on why Finland is the happiest country in the world

The thing about the Finns, in my experience, is they’re one of the most reserved people on the planet. Blatant signs of glee are not in their playbook. I remember silent breakfasts with my first host father, watching him stare out the window, barely acknowledging my presence. He wasn’t being rude. He was being Finnish. … Read more