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Wilson and his team of auditors wanted to figure out whether Pymetrics’s anti-bias mechanism does in fact prevent bias and whether it can be fooled.
The second is improving the fit of a single surgical mask by knotting the ear loops and tucking in the sides close to the face to prevent air from leaking out around the edges and to form a closer fit.
Powell noted that nearly 5 million people said the pandemic prevented them from looking for work in January.
His attorney also said that Caldwell has disabilities from his military service that would have prevented him from storming the Capitol.
But, unfortunately, with the benefit of hindsight, there’s so many ways that I’ve thought, Oh, wow, I could have prevented violence.
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Wright, 53, was shot in the 900 block of 12th Street NE, just outside the Trinidad neighborhood in Northeast Washington, where Wynn grew up and would later work to prevent violence.
In some states, political affiliation is already a protected class, and you could get more Republican states passing these kinds of laws to prevent regulation.
While the company has been keeping track of instances when the websites it works with recognize the GPC signals, CafeMedia has not yet taken the next step of actually preventing data sales for opted-out users, said Bannister.
Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has played his safeties deep, preventing Hill from beating the Bucs down the field.
Even if someone has antibodies to the coronavirus — through a natural infection or a vaccine — some mutations can stymie the antibodies’ ability to latch onto the virus and prevent it from infecting cells.

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