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YouTube's newest team will battle video takedown blunders

Unfortunately, YouTube's automation will often take down videos that they believe are in violation of copyrighted content, which has led to the taking down of many videos which shouldn't be taken down. He also says monetization claims transparency is also being improved. YouTube knows how bad it would be for their reputation if they keep on pulling down legitimate videos and devoid creators of their revenue.

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Police Procession For Slain Officer Lights Up Virginia Night Sky

Once police searched Hamilton's home they found his wife, Crystal Hamilton, 29, dead as the result of a gunshot wound. The viewing and funeral service are both scheduled to take place on Tuesday.

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Geneva Motor Show 2016: 2017 Honda Civic revealed

Honda will launch the eventual production version, which is expected to look pretty much like this prototype, early next year. Honda says the new hatch has grown in dimensions slightly, standing 30mm wider, 20mm lower and 130mm longer than the current model.

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NY judge scolds US in its fight with Apple over iPhone data

A senior Apple executive said company policy has been to give the government information when there's a lawful order to do so, but that in NY the judge never issued an order and instead asked attorneys about the constitutionality of the government's use of the All Writs Act.

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Crazy Leap Year Facts That Will Blow Your Mind!

Years that are divisible by 100, but not by 400, do not contain a leap day. Farming folk say beans and peas planted in a leap year "grow the wrong way". That's pretty good when you are only 20 years old. Since an extra 24 hours accumulates every four years, an extra calendar day, February the 29th , was added every four years by Roman General Julius Caesar over 2,000 years ago to keep the calendar balanced with the sun's position, according to timeanddate.com.

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Total solar eclipse to take place March 9

This eclipse will take place on March 9th (Wednesday), or late Tuesday night (8th) for the Americas. The astronomical phenomenon will begin at 8:05 am and end at 9:57 am Hong Kong Time, with the maximum eclipse scheduled to happen around 8:58 am.