• Wed 07-17 Going quiet: More states are hiding 911 recordings from families, lawyers and the general public
  • Tue 07-16 Social media, but not video games, are linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study
  • Tue 07-16 Colleges graduate 10,000 this year with masters in data science degrees
  • Tue 07-16 Scotland just produced enough wind energy to power all its homes twice over
  • Tue 07-16 To break Google’s monopoly on search, make its index public
  • Tue 07-16 The new 2019 MacBook Air features a slower SSD than 2018 model
  • Tue 07-16 Facebook’s $5 billion FTC fine is an embarrassing joke
  • Facebook gets away with it again
  • Mon 07-15 U.S. tech giants are helping to build China’s surveillance state
  • Mon 07-15 Craigslist's Craig Newmark: 'Outrage is profitable. Most online outrage is faked for profit'
  • Mon 07-15 Road-tripping with the Amazon nomads
  • To stock Amazon’s shelves, merchants travel the backroads of America in search of rare soap and coveted toys
  • Mon 07-15 Chess grandmaster Igors Rausis caught cheating with cellphone found in toilet
  • Sun 07-14 Florida's DMV made $77 million — by selling off personal information
  • Sun 07-14 The 'vast majority' of America's voting machines use Windoze 7 or older systems
  • Sat 07-13 US mayors resolve not to pay hackers over ransomware attacks
  • Sat 07-13 Surveillance cameras debunk the 'bystander effect'
  • Sat 07-13 Monroe College hit with ransomware, $2 million Demanded
  • Sat 07-13 Bitpoint cryptocurrency exchange hacked for $32 million
  • $23 million of the stolen funds belonged to Bitpoint's customers; the rest belonged to the exchange itself.
  • Sat 07-13 Scientists use camera with human-like vision to capture 5,400 fps video
  • Scientists Use Camera with Human-Like Vision to Capture 5,400 fps Video

      Meanwhile …
  • Wed 07-10 Americans shouldn’t have to drive, but the law insists on it
  • The automobile took over because the legal system helped squeeze out the alternatives. Congress and legislatures applied legal force to a mind-set -- let's call it automobile supremacy -- that kills 40,000 Americans a year and seriously injures more than 4 million more.
  • Wed 07-10 Hong Kong’s protesters put AirDrop to ingenious use to breach China’s firewall
  • Wed 07-10 The psychedelics evangelist: A German financier wants to turn magic mushrooms into modern medicine
  • Wed 07-10 It’s time to ban all government use of face recognition says digital rights group
  • Wed 07-10 Existing customers will have to wait.
  • Wed 07-10 Wed 07-10 More than 1,000 Android apps harvest data even after you deny permissions
  • Wed 07-10 Tue 07-09 FBI, ICE find state driver’s license photos are a gold mine for facial-recognition searches
  • Wed 07-10 Many digital payments can be tracked, potentially assisting an authoritarian crackdown.

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