Direct MFs mean, investors buy directly from mutual fund companies through their respective portals, which offer such direct mutual funds online. Whereas regular mutual funds mean investors buy through middlemen (online or offline) like mutual fund advisers or brokers. … [Read more...] about Will SEBI’s move to make mutual funds directly responsible, create issues for MF trade platforms?
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The report says that two years ago, Apple was gearing up to protect users’ iCloud backups with end-to-end encryption, meaning no one—not even Apple—could access the backed-up data, even if requested to by law enforcement. But plans reportedly changed after complaints from the FBI. As Reuters reports: … [Read more...] about Apple reportedly killed plans for end-to-end encrypted iCloud backups after FBI complained
Delegating that low-level work to a machine provides more time for the things that matter. “Machines will elevate the manager’s experience,” says Emily Ho, senior vice president of Human Capital Management at Oracle. “People see the difference between artificial intelligence and human intelligence, and they want from their managers things that machines can’t provide—things like empathy, personalized coaching, and career advice.” … [Read more...] about More people would trust a robot than their manager, according to study
Still, Moran’s job keeps getting more difficult. Five years ago, only 52% of the smartphones that the District Attorney’s office obtained were locked. Today, that figure is 82%. Vance says the cybercrime lab is able to successfully crack about half of the phones in his possession, but whenever Apple or Google update their software, they have to adapt. “Every time there’s a new operating system that comes in, that’s another more complicated layer to crack,” he says. “The problem with that, particularly from a law enforcement perspective, is, first of all, time matters to us. If we seize a phone that is iOS 10 but can’t open the phone, maybe never, but, say, not for another two years, well, that’s not the timeframe in which cases move, particularly cases when they’re in court.” … [Read more...] about Inside the $10 million cyber lab trying to break Apple’s iPhone
Whether the Centre should have fired Forstater over her tweets or perhaps offered sensitivity training instead is not the issue here, and neither is whether extenuating circumstances might remain unknown to the public as yet. The important question is why would someone so world famous, with such an ardent following among young people, decide that a woman fired for trans-exclusionist remarks needs defending on an enormous global platform? … [Read more...] about J.K. Rowling started 2019 with wizard poop. She’s ending the year by stepping in it