• Thu 02-13 The US is charging Huawei with racketeering
  • Thu 02-13 An old Android virus is reinstalling itself even after factory resets
  • Wed 02-12 People born blind are mysteriously protected from schizophrenia
  • Wed 02-12 Man who refused to decrypt hard drives is free after four years in jail
  • Court holds that jail time to force decryption can't last more than 18 months.
  • Wed 02-12 This App Automatically Cancels and Sues Robocallers
  • Tue 02-11 [Warning: WaPo] The CIA secretly bought a company that sold encryption devices across the world. Then, its spies read everything.
  • Mon 02-10 [nYT]Amazon admits to censorship of books
  • Amazon seems to operate under vague or nonexistent rules.
  • Mon 02-10 FBI is investigating more than 1,000 cases of Chinese theft of US technology
  • Sat 02-08 Clearview AI wants to sell its facial recognition software to authoritarian regimes around the world
  • Sat 02-08 Capture carbon in concrete made with CO2
  • Researchers vying for a $7.5 million Carbon XPrize will demonstrate their system in Wyoming
  • Fri 02-07 U.S. appeals court will not reconsider [phony] net neutrality repeal ruling

  •  Earlier …
  • Fri 01-31 Study of YouTube comments finds evidence of radicalization effect
  • Fri 01-31 Charges dropped against pentesters paid to break into Iowa courthouse
  • Fri 01-31 Delivery apps keep adding restaurants without their consent
  • Fri 01-31 CalTech wins $1.1 billion jury verdict in patent case against Apple, Broadcom
  • Thu 01-30 The 'spine' of San Francisco is now car-free
  • Thu 01-30 Avast closes subsidiary Jumpshot over data privacy backlash, but transparency is the real issue
  • Wed 01-29 Lab-grown heart muscles have been transplanted into a human for the first time
  • Wed 01-29 [Nbc] Facebook reaches $550 million settlement in facial recognition lawsuit
  • Wed 01-29 Astronomers capture the highest-resolution photo of the Sun ever taken


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