• Mon 11-18 Micro$haft: We're changing all your cloud contracts after privacy complaints
  • Mon 11-18 Iowa wind farm sending many giant blades to landfills
  • MidAmerican’s retired blades, destined for the Butler County Landfill near David City, Nebraska, about 130 miles away, are among hundreds that will land in dumps across Iowa and the nation. Critics of wind energy say the blades’ march to a landfill weakens the industry’s claim that it’s an 'environmentally friendly' source of energy.
  • Sun 11-17 Iran shuts down country’s internet in the wake of fuel protests
  • Sun 11-17 Leaked Russian interference report raises UK vote questions
  • A report from the U.K. Parliament's intelligence committee concludes that "Russian interference may have had an impact on the Brexit referendum," reports the Times of London, adding that "the effect was 'unquantifiable.'"
  • Sun 11-17 UK general election 2019: Labour pledges 'free broadband' for all
  • Sat 11-16 Lessons from the cyberattack on India’s largest nuclear power plant
  • Sat 11-16 China killing prisoners to harvest organs for transplant: New report exposes cover-up
  • Sat 11-16 How Google interferes with its search algorithms and changes your results
  • Sat 11-16 ProBeat: ‘Algorithms are like convex mirrors that refract human biases’
  • Fri 11-15 Most Americans think they’re being constantly tracked — and that there’s nothing they can do
  • It’s not just that Americans (correctly) think companies are collecting their data. They don’t like it. About 69% of Americans are skeptical that companies will use their private information in a way they’re comfortable with, while 79% don’t believe that companies will come clean if they misuse the information.
  • Fri 11-15 Ghost ships, crop circles, and soft gold: A GPS mystery in Shanghai
  • A sophisticated new electronic warfare system is being used at the world’s busiest port. But is it sand thieves or the Chinese state behind it?
  • Thu 11-14 FCC sued by dozens of cities after voting to kill local fees and rules
  • Thu 11-14 The US Patent Office wants to know if artificial intelligence can own the content it creates
  • It wants the public to weigh in.
  • Wed 11-13 TPM-FAIL vulnerabilities impact TPM chips in desktops, laptops, servers
  • TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module. In the early days of computing, TPMs were separate chips added to a motherboard where a CPU would store and manage sensitive information such as cryptographic keys. These attacks can be performed remotely on fast networks by recovering the authentication key of a virtual private network (VPN) server in 5 hours.

      Recent duggery, skul and other
  • Tue 11-12 Intel's Cascade Lake CPUs impacted by new Zombieload v2 attack
  • Tue 11-12 Amazon's $1.5 million political gambit backfires in Seattle City Council election
  • Tue 11-12 Study reveals how two strains of one bacterium combine to cause flesh-eating infection
  • Tue 11-12 Micro$haft vows to ‘honor’ California’s sweeping privacy law across entire US
  • Mon 11-11 OpenText acquires data backup and security platform Carbonite for $1.42 billion
  • Mon 11-11 Twitter proposes flagging deepfakes, but would only remove content that 'threatens harm'
  • Mon 11-11 Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ gathers personal health data on millions of Americans

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