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Ankle monitors predate the virus, and it’s unclear how their heightened use will be reassessed when the virus is no longer a threat.
COVID-19 HAS LED TO A WORRISOME UPTICK IN THE USE OF ELECTRONIC ANKLE MONITORSAMY NORDRUMOCTOBER 8, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Now, the Nest Audio has clearly reassessed the “audio” part of its name in a way that makes much more sense for typical use cases.
GOOGLE’S NEST AUDIO SOUNDS REMARKABLY GOOD FOR A $99 SMART SPEAKERSTAN HORACZEKOCTOBER 6, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
That drew outrage from state and local officials, triggered investigations and prompted PG&E to reassess the scope of future shutoffs.
CALIFORNIA FACES WIDESPREAD POWER CUTS AFTER WEEKS OF DESTRUCTIVE WILDFIRESKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
This is significant because post-election narratives are one way a losing party can reassess its strategy.
HOW CLINTON’S LOSS PAVED THE WAY FOR BIDENSETH MASKETAUGUST 20, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The best strategies are continually reassessed and refined overtime to meet unique organizational objectives.
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I have proposed the reconvening of the Conference next year to review progress; reassess priorities; and set new goals.
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