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mmorelfmc's sentences in English (total 85)

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In Canada, when hackers steal customers’ money, online banks disclaim liability.
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Amnesty International claims that Facebook and Google abuse human rights because of overly aggressive collection of user data.
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You are wasting our time.
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If you want to keep Russian spooks guessing, don't use WhatsApp.
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I have a secret, but if I were to tell you, it would be lost.
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Songs from my country make me homesick.
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Facebook knows your innermost secrets whether you like it or not.
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I didn't use to care about my online privacy but lately an identity thief impersonated me and emptied my bank account.
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I should trust my doctor more than my priest.
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When I don't want to be followed by a web service provider, I turn off my cellphone.
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I suspect that this online store is going to sell my personal data to others without my permission.
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I am afraid that everyone can see where I am traveling when I have my cellphone with me.
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Creativity is ubiquitous.
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Could we aspire to a more peaceful world if everyone had their whole lives mandatorily recorded by the government? Would it deter criminals and eliminate crime? Would we at last be able to walk at night anywhere without fear?
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The study subjects’ personal data is always anonymized in the results of a clinical trial before publishing in medical journals.
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The photocopier's hard drive contains copies of everything we printed in the past 12 months.
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Darn it, it cost me two hundred bucks to get my car fixed.
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Tom, how could you lie to me, right to my face, like that?
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Apple, the computer giant, announced today that Safari’s latest version will no longer track user browsing.
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China is leading the world in the deployment of face recognition technology.
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She is a brave girl.
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It is on a tree branch that a bird builds its nest.
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Why does nobody love me?
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The "Privacy Paradox" is the contradiction between how important consumers claim their privacy is and how freely they disclose their personal information online.
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“We all agree that consumers don’t read privacy policies,” remarks the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
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Recording technologies are ubiquitous whether they are Facebook, countless security cameras, or smartphones with GPS. As a society, the time has come to make a decision: Do we allow this or not?
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In a world where everyone’s life is recorded, no one would ever lose their car key… If you forgot where you dropped it, just play the recording and “voilà”!
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I constantly dissuade children from reading novels.
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While I was borrowing it, I am afraid I accidently downloaded a virus into your brand new laptop.
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Never change the default size of your browser when using an anonymizer like Tor while on the dark web.
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Don’t be afraid to ask your pharmacist about over-the-counter drugs.
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Are political parties allowed to use the private information from voters lists to promote their platform in Canada?
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When that medical clinic discloses our health information to third parties, I wonder if those third parties actually follow the privacy rules.
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This website collects and uses our personal information, among other things, for account creation, internal management, marketing, to send us advertising information and to analyze data.
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When is it right to disclose personal data about a person without that person's consent?
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Today automobiles track the behavior of drivers: they collect personal data such as speed, route, and driving style, then they upload that information to the car manufacturers or insurance companies.
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I need help to upgrade my device’s operating system to protect myself from the latest cyber-threats.
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This app’s privacy policy is over thirty pages long!
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This program protects our online privacy by uncovering trackers while we browse the Web.
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This tablet is low weight but high price.
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Here is the tablet.
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The black hole pulls the hapless star into its maw.
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The squirrel gets into the tree to hide from the hungry owl.
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Kitty the cat gets in the car to go for a ride.
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Tom doesn't care about protecting his personal information online.
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This online store's privacy policy is hard to understand.
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Here is the laptop.
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My keyboard is full of dirt.
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Oh jah, my keyboard is misbehaving!
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My keyboard does not work well.
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My memory card reader displays an error message.
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The privacy settings on your smartphone allow this application to track your whereabouts.
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The files that you are downloading from this website may contain malware.
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Sensational pictures! Do you create these photomontages yourself?
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Mary cooked shish kebab for her nephews.
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She sure is trying to be right.
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She must be right.
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He is now 40 years old.
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Why did she become angry?
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Can you fix the latch on my front door?
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Love your children with your heart but raise them with your hand!
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I like to watch soccer on TV.
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When will you finally understand your mistakes?
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She likes oranges, right?
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In our culture marriage is between one man and one woman.
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Tom’s French was understandable when he visited Paris.
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A honeymoon in Canada is expensive.
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Nancy studied until it hurt.
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She woke from her nap.
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The high percentage of oxygen makes people full of vim and vigor.
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Hydrangea grows in their garden.
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Hydrangea grows in her garden.
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Marie is choosing the flowers.
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Here is why this sentence puzzles me.
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Tom is washing the lettuce.
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Peoples in revolt write history.
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I fear the problem won't slide or slip.
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I just woke up while they were still sleeping.
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She was feeling exhausted.
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What do dream women dream about?
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If I tell about it, they will look at me with big eyes.
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We all do good.
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The Eurasian blackcap's songs can be heard from two to two-thirty p.m.
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We bought our Christmas tree at our local tree farm.
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I am at the car wash.