A Florida man stole a yacht worth nearly $1 million dollars, and then quickly abandoned it after crashing into some pilings, according to deputies.

Donovan Russell Jester, 28-year-old, stole the 46-foot 2019 Jeanneau Leader with a value of $899,179 from a dock in St. Petersburg, Florida, then left it after accidentally ramming into channel-marker pilings, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said. According to an arrest report, Jester evaded police for three months before being arrested last week.

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While we may think private browsing is a safe haven from watchful eyes, computer security researchers have long raised concerns that Google and other search engines might augment user profiles by tracking people’s identities across different browsing modes, collecting data from private and ordinary internet surfing.

A $5 billion class-action lawsuit filed in a San Jose, California federal court alleges that Google illegally invades the privacy of millions of users’ by ‘tracking their internet use through incognito mode’.

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COVID-19 cuts number of Florida traffic crashes in half.

Florida traffic accidents have been cut in half due to coronavirus quarantine.

Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles officials and the county’s transportation planning agency announced that the number of traffic crashes in Florida dropped by 50% in April compared to the same time last year.

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Porsche-designed super-yacht goes on sale.

The futuristic-looking Porsche 135-foot yacht, nicknamed ‘spaceship on the water’, just hit the market.

Studio F. A. Porsche has launched a lavish yacht, Royal Falcon One, a 135-foot catamaran, developed by Singapore-based Royal Falcon Fleet and built by the shipbuilder Kockums AB in Swedish town Nynäshamn. Details of the project were held in secrecy for several years.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Rocket Lab to postpone its next mission.

The California-based company announced earlier this week that it would be suspending its next launch, a mission nicknamed ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ that was scheduled to take-off from Rocket Lab’s Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia peninsula on March 30.

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SpaceX employees are reportedly making face shields and hand sanitizer to donate as a part of an effort to combat the coronavirus pandemic

 The Space Exploration Company, better known as SpaceX, told employees in an internal memo that it made 75 face shields earlier this week and delivered them to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center near its headquarters in Los Angeles. It seems SpaceX is making their own hand sanitizer and face shields that will be donated to help organizations fighting COVID-19. The company also donated 100 suits to the healthcare workers dealing with the coronavirus cases at the hospital.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on our daily lives. As we all continue through these unprecedented challenges, we want you to know that InterPlex is here for you during the Covid-19 outbreak. Steps we are taking:

1. Staying up to date with local rules and regulations about lock-downs and curfews.

2. Monitoring our Chauffeurs’ health conditions and screening them on a daily bases.

3. Deep cleaning and Disinfecting vehicles.

4. Providing on-board sanitizers, gloves, and other protective gear.

5. Networking with other small businesses, restaurants, and stores to assist with deliveries.

6. Offering service / donating to health institutions and their patients.

 Thank you for being an InterPlex customer and for the trust you place in us every day. We are here to help!

State of Ohio approves man’s application for the ‘COV1D19’ license plate.

This Ohio man started taking coronavirus seriously. Brandon C. decided to get a custom plate for his 1986 Ford Mustang over two years ago, but couldn’t come up with an idea for what it should say.

Brandon and his friend were drinking at a local bar, which is, no doubt, the best place ever for brainstorming while discussing the coronavirus and he came up with the idea to check whether “COV1D19” was available from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating German automaker BMW. The news was confirmed by a company spokesperson a few days ago. The investigation is regarding BMW’s sales practices, specifically whether the company is “punching” its sales.

The German automaker confirmed it has been contacted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, however, declined to provide further comment on the ongoing investigation.

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An airport in Lithuania is getting in the holiday spirit with a Christmas tree made of banned items that passengers had to leave behind during screening at the airport in Vilnius, Lithuania. The confiscated items surely landed some passengers on Santa’s naughty list this year.

The festive display of knives, toy guns, and corkscrews – all taken from passengers’ carry-on luggage during security screenings at the airport over the year is a friendly reminder on the importance of aviation security, said the officials from the airport. 

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