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  2. Google - Wikipedia

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    In May 2017, Google enabled a new "Personal" tab in Google Search, letting users search for content in their Google accounts' various services, including email messages from Gmail and photos from Google Photos. Google launched its Google News service in 2002, an automated service which summarizes news articles from various websites.

  3. List of datasets for machine-learning research - Wikipedia

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    Enron Email Dataset Emails from employees at Enron organized into folders. Attachments removed, invalid email addresses converted to user@enron.com or no_address@enron.com. ~ 500,000 Text Network analysis, sentiment analysis 2004 (2015) Klimt, B. and Y. Yang Ling-Spam Dataset Corpus containing both legitimate and spam emails.

  4. Privacy - Wikipedia

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    Susan B. Barnes gave a case in her article: in a television interview about Facebook, a student addressed her concerns about disclosing personal information online. However, when the reporter asked to see her Facebook page, she put her home address, phone numbers, and pictures of her young son on the page.

  5. Illinois - Wikipedia

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    Illinois has an extensive passenger and freight rail transportation network. Chicago is a national Amtrak hub and in-state passengers are served by Amtrak's Illinois Service, featuring the Chicago to Carbondale Illini and Saluki, the Chicago to Quincy Carl Sandburg and Illinois Zephyr, and the Chicago to St. Louis Lincoln Service. Currently ...

  6. PayPal - Wikipedia

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    PayPal Holdings, Inc. is an American multinational financial technology company operating an online payments system in the majority of countries that support online money transfers, and serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods such as checks and money orders.

  7. Intel - Wikipedia

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    The first generation core products carry a 3 digit name, such as i5 750, and the second generation products carry a 4 digit name, such as the i5 2500, and from 10th generation onwards, Intel processors will have a 5 digit name, such as i9 10900K for desktop.