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The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) measured roughly 1,000 data points on the property. The results showed radiation levels below naturally occurring radiation levels, which are typically between five and eight microroentgen per hour (Ur/hr), the agency said. Agencies inspect the site of a shoreline collapse into the Detroit River that was suspected of being contaminated, Friday, December 6, 2019..
Facebook (Image: Getty)Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThe idea that Facebook is ‘listening in’ on users is a popular conspiracy theory, with many people discovering adverts in their newsfeed having spoken about something relatively obscure.But a new study indicates that there’s no evidence that your smartphone or apps including Facebook and Instagram are listening to your conversations.Researchers from Wandera put two phones to the test a Samsung Android and an Apple iPhone.In the study, the team put the smartphones in an ‘audio room’ for 30 minutes, in which the sound of cat and dog adverts where played on loop.Facebook users are convinced it to conversations but the truth is just as creepyAs a control, the team also put two identical smartphones in a silent room.Several popular apps, including Faecbook, Instagram, Google Chrome, Snapchat, YouTube and Amazon were kept open during the experiment.At the end of the 30 minutes, the researchers looked at the ads related to pet food on each app and webpage, and also looked at the data consumption and battery usage of the smartphones.The results revealed that the activity and adverts on the smartphones was almost identical in the audio room and the silent room.Speaking to the BBC , James Mack, systems engineer at Wandera, said: “We observed that the data from our tests is much lower than the virtual assistant data over the 30 minute time period, which suggests that the constant recording of conversations and uploading to the cloud is not happening on any of these tested apps.”If it was, we expect data usage to be as high as the virtual assistants data consumption.”The findings will come as music to Facebook’s ears, as the tech giant has always strongly denied that that it listens in on its users.A Facebook statement reads: “Facebook does not use your phone microphone to inform ads or to change what you see in News Feed.”Some recent articles have suggested that we must be listening to people conversations in order to show them relevant ads. This is not true.”We show ads based on people’s interests and other profile information not what you’re talking out loud about.”We only access your microphone if you have given our app permission and if you are actively using a specific feature that requires audio.”This might include recording a video or using an optional feature we introduced two years ago to include music or other audio in your status updates.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterallMost ReadMost RecentSexual healthWeirdest sex questions Brits Googled in 2019 with some hilarious resultsBed SOS has revealed the most bizarre sex questions that Brits asked Google in 2019, in the hopes of encouraging people to be more open with their loved onesVideo GamesJourney To The Savage Planet preview Blast off into the unknown in this planet exploration role playing gameJourney To The Savage Planet is a planet exploration game that takes inspiration from early 70’s sci fi.