SEOeStore has stepped up efforts to stay atop the business after launching the new version of its SEO campaign, named “SEO Campaigns Pro,” allowing customers to rank their website more effectively.

SEOeStore has created impressive pre-designed SEO campaigns for various budgets, allowing individuals and businesses to submit in just one click.

The main changes in the SEO Campaigns Pro include human-quality content. SEOeStore’s team of experts will publish human-quality content to the best of the top worldwide websites with the most domain authority.

It features Top Quality web 2.0 backlinks, as sites have been carefully chosen from Top Web 2.0

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Amazon customers have one week to opt out of a plan that would turn every Echo speaker and Ring security camera in the US into a shared wireless network, as part of the company’s plan to fix connection problems for its smart home devices.

The proposal, called Amazon Sidewalk, involves the company’s devices being used as a springboard to build city-wide “mesh networks” that help simplify the process of setting up new devices, keep them online even if they’re out of range of home wifi, and extend the range of tracking devices such as those made by Tile.

But Sidewalk

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Several counterfeit versions of popular cryptocurrency trading, stock trading and banking apps have been discovered by Sophos on iOS and Android platforms, designed to steal sensitive information. All those who download these fake apps can be potential victims of data theft. Counterfeit apps are impersonating major financial firms and popular cryptocurrency trading platforms, including Barclays, Gemini, Bitwala, Kraken, Binance, BitcoinHK, Bittrex, BitFlyer, and TDBank. Sophos found these fake apps while looking into a fraudulent mobile trading app that masqueraded as one tied to a well-known Asia-based trading company, Goldenway Group.

Sophos says that schemes to distribute these fake apps are

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Telstra ignored customers rights to transfer their landline number to or from other Telcos. More than 42,000 of its customers, sorry ex-customers, lost their phone number – their digital lifeline.

The ACMA found that Telstra unilaterally cancelled transfer requests and stopped accepting new requests from late March to around October 2020. There was no prior warning to customers or other telcos – just stony silence as Telstra blithely and conveniently ignored desperate pleas to port user’s numbers.

Its pathetic response was that COVID-19-related impacted on its offshore operations. Well, every other Telco, MVNO, CSP or whatever had such issues and

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By Paresh Dave and Jeffrey Dastin

(Reuters) – Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance, more than a dozen banking and technology sources told Reuters.

Previously unreported trials at City National Bank of Florida and JPMorgan Chase & Co as well as earlier rollouts at banks such as Wells Fargo & Co offer a rare view into the potential U.S. financial institutions see in facial recognition and related artificial intelligence systems.

Widespread deployment of such

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