The Morning Hype: Xerox/Fujifilm Deal Falls Apart, Nividia Warns of Declining Chip Sales, and an Email Encryption Bug is Exposed

The Morning Hype: Xerox/Fujifilm Deal Falls Apart, Nividia Warns of Declining Chip Sales, and an Email Encryption Bug is Exposed

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This 'Will They Won't They' with Xerox is Tiring, Now Fujifilm Deal is Dead (via Reuters)

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Nividia Says Crypto-Mining Surge is Over, Chip Sales Should Decline (via Quartz)

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One response to “The Morning Hype: Xerox/Fujifilm Deal Falls Apart, Nividia Warns of Declining Chip Sales, and an Email Encryption Bug is Exposed”

  1. Alicia says:

    There's no harm, I guess, about Fujifilm. Deals often can fall apart.

    But as for email encryption bug… it can be very bad for users. Recently I wrote a research at <a href="https://uk.edubirdie.com/research-papers-writing” target=”_blank”>https://uk.edubirdie.com/research-papers-writing about GDPR…

    As a freelance writer, I am often asked by my various employers to send copies of my passport, completed visa forms and other sensitive data in the form of email attachments. And it can be very dangerous for personal information nowadays.

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