Each year, tobacco kills over 7 million people. Millions more live with serious illnesses caused by tobacco. The problems may be getting better for adults, but worse for teens.
Published in May 2018
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A family in Portland, Oregon was surprised to learn that their digital assistant had recorded them talking, and sent the recording to someone they knew.
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