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Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, announced during yesterday’s Financial Conference Call that “Tomorrow is International Privacy Day, and we’re continuing to set new standards to protect users’ right to privacy, not only for our own goods, but to help the entire industry move forward.
It’s perplexing why Mr. Zuckerberg thinks it’s acceptable to secretly monitor customers’ every step in order to assist marketers. He is only concerned about losing advertising revenue and is unconcerned about preserving customer privacy.
As a result, Apple issued a press release this morning announcing that “Data Protection Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of safeguarding people’s personal data online. “A Day in the Life of Your Data,” an easy-to-understand report explaining how businesses monitor user data through websites and apps, is being published by Apple to mark Data Privacy Day. The report also discusses how Apple’s privacy features offer users greater access and control, equipping them with the resources and knowledge they need to protect their personal information.
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Dental Practice in Ashby
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Our mission is to continue to win and retain our patients’ trust and loyalty. By providing the highest quality dental services, preventative care, compassion for our patients, open and truthful advice, and all of this in a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere.
Dental Surgeon / Owner Oliver Godfrey, B.D.S (GDC No 252352) In 2014, I graduated from Sheffield University and began working at Ashby Dental Practice in 2015. I’m currently assisting at an Orthodontic Clinic and assisting at “out-of-hours clinics” to gain more experience in this area. I enjoy traveling, cooking, going to the gym, and reading when I’m not at work.
BDSDental Surgeon / OwnerGDC 64829 Dr Helen House BDSDental Surgeon / OwnerGDC 64829
Since graduating from Sheffield University in 1989, I’ve enjoyed working as a General Practitioner.
I joined Ashby Dental Practice in April 2018 and expect to contribute to the team’s continued high-quality dental treatment and a positive patient experience.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, shopping, skiing, and reading, as well as helping them in their sports.
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asked if the 11 soldiers who were discharged from the Army during the week ending September 19th, 1909, at Colchester, due to bad teeth, were discharged entirely from the Army, or only from the colors to the first-class Army Reserve?
Thirteen men from the 8th Hussars, who have been ordered to serve in India, have been medically unfit due to dental problems. Dental care for men with damaged teeth is funded at £1 per head, but since the cost of such treatment was estimated to be higher for these men, they were given the choice of paying the additional cost to make their teeth sound or being discharged as medically unfit for further service. Three men chose the first choice, while ten chose the second.
I understand that these men had completed the initial stages of their training, and wouldn’t it have been easier for the government to pay the required expenses to maintain their services because these men were effective soldiers?
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“Mr Wormwood was a little ratty-looking man with a thin ratty moustache and protruding front teeth. He preferred to wear brightly colored checkered jackets and ties that were typically yellow or light green.” Mr Wormwood, the father of Michael and Matilda and the husband of Mrs Wormwood, is a used car dealer who enjoys defrauding his customers. “One of the great secrets of my performance is sawdust,” he tells his family. He’s also a conceited, vain man who is uninterested in his daughter, despite the fact that she’s reading Dickens and doing amounts in her head that baffle him by the age of four. He doesn’t get her passion for reading. When Matilda inquires, he demands, “What do you want a flaming book for?” Matilda, on the other hand, gets her revenge. Her ruses on her parents are brilliant, and they teach Mr Wormwood to be more cautious about where he leaves his cap… In 1996, Matilda was adapted for the screen, with Danny DeVito portraying Harry Wormwood. Mr Wormwood performs a solo piece about his main love: television, in the RSC’s 2010 Matilda The Musical, which features words and music by Tim Minchin and a book by Dennis Kelly.