• Sat 09-16 DSL Report: There will be 22.6 million cord cutters by 2018
  • Fri 09-15 Mystery of sonic weapon attacks at US embassy in Cuba deepens
  • At least some of the incidents were confined to certain rooms with laser-like specificity, and some victims now have problems recalling specific words
  • Fri 09-15 Mind-altering cat parasite just got linked to a whole lot of neurological disorders
  • Fri 09-15 8,500 rural Verizon customers disconnected because of “substantial” data use
  • Roaming data use makes customers unprofitable, so Verizon will cut them off.
  • Fri 09-15 Equifax CEO hired a music major as the company's chief security officer
  • Thu 09-14 ISPs claim a privacy law would weaken online security and increase pop-ups
  • California to vote on privacy law opposed by AT&T, Comcast, Charter, and Verizon.
  • Thu 09-14 You are already living inside a computer
  • Today, people don't seek out computers in order to get things done; they do the things that let them use computers.
  • Thu 09-14 Silicon Valley bosses are Globalists, not Libertarians
  • They favour free trade, but also economic redistribution by governments.

      Meanwhile …

  • Wed 09-13  [CNN irony] The fake news machine: Inside a town gearing up for 2020
  • Wed 09-13  The iphone is guaranteed to last only one year, Apple argues in court
  • Tue 09-12  DOE invests $50 million to improve critical energy infrastructure security
  • Tue 09-12  Researchers catch Micro$haft zero-day used to install government spyware
  • Wed 09-13  Equifax lobbied for easier regulation before data breach
  • Tue 09-12  Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer
  • Tue 09-12  Equifax [conveniently] blames open-source software for its record-breaking security breach
  • Mon 09-11  Government officials begin investigating Equifax breach
  • Mon 09-11  Amazon brings in the robots, forcing humans to find new roles
  • Sun 09-10  How proprietary software lets companies cheat

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