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The letters were signed by full committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR), Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Chairman Gregg Harper (R-MS), and Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee Chairman Bob Latta (R-OH).

The leaders pose to both Mr. Cook and Mr. Page , “Recent reports have also suggested that smartphone devices can, and in some instances, do, collect ‘non-triggered’ audio data from users’ conversations near a smartphone in order to hear a ‘trigger’ phrase, such as ‘okay Google’ or ‘hey Siri.’ It has also been suggested that third party applications have access to and use this ‘non-triggered’ data without disclosure to users.”

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The letter to Mr. Cook reads , “In the wake of the privacy scandals that surfaced earlier this year, you made several comments to the press around Apple’s beliefs about privacy, including ‘[w]e’ve never believed that these detailed profiles of people that have incredibly deep personal information that is patched together from several sources should exist.’ However, users have consistently had access to apps through the App Store that you have highlighted as contradictory to Apple’s values, including Google and Facebook apps. Only a few weeks ago Apple announced changes to its App Store rules that were characterized as attempting to limit how much data third-party app developers can collect from Apple device users. These statements and actions raise questions about how Apple device users’ data is protected and when it is shared and compiled.”

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Figure 2. Neural activation and average parameter estimates during vicarious embarrassment.

A Activations in response to vicarious embarrassing situations within the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) and left anterior insula. The rendered image displays the results of a random-effects analysis contrasting vicarious embarrassing with neutral situations. Positive effects of a conjunction analysis (AA > N ∩ AU > N ∩ IA > N ∩ IU > N) thresholded at p <.05, FWE-corrected (red and pink areas) are superimposed on the regions-of-interests which were generated in the ACC and the anterior insula at a more liberal threshold, p <.001, uncorrected (blue and pink areas). B Average parameter estimates within the ACC and the left anterior insula masks during the processing of vicarious embarrassing (AA, AU, IA, IU) and neutral situations (NEUT).

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Behavioral Data.

The behavioral data of the fMRI study confirmed the findings of Study 1. As expected, participants rated their vicarious embarrassment significantly stronger during AA, AU, IA and IU situations compared to the neutral scenarios, s(31) >12.87, s<.001. Vicarious embarrassment ratings were around the scale mean with  = 2.46,  = 0.64 (IU),  = 2.86,  = 0.71 (IA),  = 3.21;  = 0.79 (AU), and  = 3.50;  = 0.70 (AA). Further, averaged vicarious embarrassment ratings differed significantly across the four modeled situations, (31) >3.2, s<.003.

Compared to the neutral situations ( = 786 ms,  = 158 ms) participants had longer response times for their ratings after vicarious embarrassment situations (ranging from  = 995 ms,  = 332 ms (IU) to  = 1039 ms,  = 312 ms (AA); s(31) >3.89, <.001). Reaction times did not significantly differ among the four types of situations, s(31) <1.71, >.097. Pearson correlations of individual differences in trait empathy with vicarious embarrassment ratings were in a similar range as in Study 1 ranging from  = .17 (IA) to  = .32 (AA). However, at this sample size, trait empathy was only correlated significantly with ratings in AA situations ( = .036), not the other three situations (AU, IA, IU, s>.051).

As predicted, the conjunction analysis revealed BOLD responses in brain areas typically involved in empathic processing to be significantly stronger for vicarious embarrassment situations than for neutral situations, p <.05, corrected (see Figure 2 , Table 3 ). The activation of both the left ACC (−6 20 44) and the left anterior insula (-32 24 0) showed considerable overlap with the affective-motivational part of the ‘pain matrix’ 28712 Womens Open Toe Sandals Marco Tozzi HQj49NJk
, [20] . Furthermore we observed stronger responses in the thalamus, periaqueductal grey (PAG) in the brainstem, and the cerebellum, structures that are frequently associated with the empathic perceptions of others' pain [18] .

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