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You can use device based speech recognition without sending your voice data to Microsoft. However, the Microsoft cloud based speech recognition technologies providemore accurate recognition than the device based speech recognition. When the Online speech recognition setting is turned off, speech services that don’t rely on the cloud and only use device based recognition like the Narrator app or the Windows Speech Recognition app will still work, and Microsoft won’t collect any voice data..
Also Wednesday, the Board of Park Commissioners reviews a proposal to rescind Emergency Order 2 which created a city policy to allow temporary permissible encampments (TPEs) in parks and greenways to which City ordinances that prohibit camping would not apply. This order was intended to align with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, which recommended that municipalities refrain from breaking up TPEs, and instead encourage sanitation and social distancing at TPEs. This resolution would rescind this order, meaning TPEs would no longer be permitted.
OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA legal challenge could see potentially explosive documents relating to the Alex Salmond Inquiry published.MSPs on the Holyrood committee yesterday voted by 5 4 not to include a damning submission from the former First Minister in its public record, despite the contents having already been widely reported in the media.As a result, Salmond is unlikely to appear in front of MSPs and is instead expected to stage a press conference.The Spectator magazine is reportedly seeking a ruling from the High Court in Edinburgh on Thursday that would put the legality of publication beyond doubt.A special Holyrood committee is investigating the Scottish Government’s botched handling of sexual misconduct complaints against the former first minister.Salmond took the government to court in 2018 and it was accepted the internal probe had been unlawful.Read MoreJoanna Cherry says some SNP colleagues behaving like witch trials The fiasco ended the friendship between Sturgeon and Salmond, whose allies believe he was targeted by Government and SNP figures.A key area for the committee inquiry centres on the meetings Salmond and Sturgeon held during the misconduct probe in 2018.In a submission to Holyrood, described by the Tories as a “bombshell” , Salmond accused his predecessor of misleading parliament and breaching the ministerial code of conduct. Sturgeon denied the claims.However, the Parliament recently decided against publishing the Salmond submission despite it being widely reported in the media.