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Designing Your Workspace
If you work on computers for a living, your workspace is likely second only to the bedroom in terms of the amount of time spent somewhere. And if you make a ...
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10 days ago by philiphagen
Police forces halt trials of facial recognition systems | World news | The Guardian
Freedom of Information responses, seen by the Observer, reveal both forces are in fact fiercely resistant to piloting facial recognition and deny they agreed to help the Home Office trial the technology.
policing  surveillance  privacy  machinelearning  facerecognition  homeoffice  snakeoil 
13 days ago by yorksranter
I think this standing desk I ordered might be one of the bad ships from TRON
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14 days ago by oliver.turner
The best office chair
Comparatif de mobilier de bureau.
Je confirme que le choix principal (steelcase gesure) est un très bon choix
comparatif  mobilier  bureau  office  chair  HomeOffice 
19 days ago by gmatuszewski
Designing Your Workspace
If you work on computers for a living, your workspace is likely second only to the bedroom in terms of the amount of time spent somewhere. And if you make a ...
workspace  diy  home  homeoffice 
5 weeks ago by adamvig
UK launched passport photo checker it knew would fail with dark skin
documents released by the Home Office this week show it was aware of problems with its website’s passport photo checking service, but decided to use it regardless.

“User research was carried out with a wide range of ethnic groups and did identify that people with very light or very dark skin found it difficult to provide an acceptable passport photograph,” the department wrote in a document released in response to a freedom of information (FOI) request. “However; the overall performance was judged sufficient to deploy.”
by:AdamVaughan  from:NewScientist  race  HomeOffice  geo:UnitedKingdom  FacialRecognition 
5 weeks ago by owenblacker
Pro tip if you’re printing labels in your that are going to wrap around a cable - figure out how many u…
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6 weeks ago by gautam
EU citizens lose court challenge over access to Home Office data | Politics | The Guardian
Campaigners have lost a high court challenge over new laws that prevent EU citizens living in Britain from finding out what data the Home Office holds on them.
immigration  DPA2018  GDPR  courtdecision  legalcase  government  dataprotection  law  homeoffice 
6 weeks ago by corrickwales

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