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"Windows 10 zero-day details published on GitHub" ZDNet 6/7
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"Microsoft deletes massive face recognition database" BBC 6/7
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"IBM Layoffs 2019: 12 Things to Know About the Job Cuts" InvestorPlace 6/7
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