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    Amazon's Kindles are some of the most popular e-readers on the market,…

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    It's less cool when big tech companies potentially spy on your kids while they're playing with the Alexa connected toys or Amazon talking with Grandma over Facebook's Portal or even wearing a fitness tracker for kids, because we don't always know the intentions of the people behind that spying.

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    Indeed, a survey published this week finds that almost half of us have at some time or other tried to impress our friends — or at least avoid shaming ourselves in their presence — by pretending to have read a classic we've never so much as opened.



    You're in for a ton of giggles coming from your loved ones if you do.   If you're not a prude, buy this book. In contrast, Heather007, a verified user, was one of few who gave the book a positive review, sharing: 'I didn't have high expectations for this book and simply purchased it to see what it was like.

    Those that did included the £59.99 Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition smart speaker, and two versions of the Amazon Fire HD Kids tablet, for those aged three to seven and six to 12, priced at £139.99 and £199 respectively.

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    A team of Brazilian police divers recovered the speedboat that was used by British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian indigenous expert Bruno Pereira to travel Brazil's Amazon before they were killed.



    Mozilla said Amazon ‘proudly states' that it is not in the business of selling customers' data on to others - but questioned why it would need to do so given their ‘own advertising and retail juggernaut' could simply use the information for its own purposes.







    Amarildo ‘Pelado' Oliveira, 41, who had been under arrest on a firearm ammunition possession charge since June 7 and was held in temporary custody as part of the investigation, confessed to shooting Phillips and Pereria last Wednesday.

    Shock at their fate has echoed across Brazil and around the world, highlighting the overhaul of indigenous agency Funai under President Jair Bolsonaro, along with a rising tide of violence and criminal incursions on native lands.

    Phillips, a 57-year-old freelance reporter, was doing research for a Book Review on the trip with the 41-year-old Pereira, a former head of isolated and recently contacted tribes at federal indigenous affairs agency Funai.

    Authorities have said a main line of the police investigation into the disappearances has pointed to an international network that pays poor fishermen to fish illegally in the Javari Valley reserve, which is Brazil's second-largest indigenous territory.

    The Civil Police said the suspects placed sink sandbags before sinking the speedboat 65 feet deep under and 98 feet to the right of the Itacoai River shore in the Amazon rainforest near the northern town of Cachoeira.