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Sunday May 26, 2019. 12:34 AM
This week a Republican senator 'unveiled a 'Do Not Track' bill with tough penalties for companies who break its protections,' reports The Hill. Trailrunner7 shares more information from the security news site Decipher: Senator Hawley's bill makes the Federal Trade Commission ...
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Saturday May 25, 2019. 11:34 PM
'Tesla's updated Navigate on Autopilot software now lets some drivers choose whether the car can automatically change lanes without his or her input,' writes Consumer Reports -- before complaining that the feature 'doesn't work very well and could create safety risks for...
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'The Air Force is investigating the Navy for a cyber intrusion into its network, according to a memo obtained by Military Times.' Zorro (Slashdot reader #15,797) shares their report: The bizarre turn of events stems from a decision by a Navy prosecutor to embed hidden...
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PC Magazine interviewed Neal Stephenson about his new upcoming book Fall; Or, Dodge in Hell, as well as 'the digital afterlife, and why social media is a doomsday machine.' [Possible spoilers ahead]: The hybrid sci-fi/fantasy novel begins in the present day with Richard...
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This week Phoronix marked a very special anniversary: Five years ago today was the story on Phoronix how the systemd source tree was approaching 550k lines so curiosity got the best of me to see how large is the systemd Git repository today. Well, now it's over 1.2 million...
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Students from wealthy high schools are more than twice as likely to qualify for extra time to finish their SAT or ACT college entrance tests than students from poor schools -- and in some cases, they're getting 50% more time. An anonymous reader quotes CBS News: About 4.2...
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Robert Sweeney spent 10 years working as a software engineer at Microsoft and Netflix, before becoming founder and CEO of the software development agency Facet. This week he blogged about how he cheated on his 2004 interview for a job at Microsoft. It was his first job...
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'Online marketplace eBay has revealed how it boosted performance of a demanding web app by 50x using WebAssembly,' reports TechRepublic: The 'astonishing' speed-up after switching from a JavaScript-based to a largely WebAssembly-based web app was detailed by the eBay...
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'NASA has chosen its first commercial partner for a proposed space station, known as the Lunar Gateway, to be built near the Moon,' reports Ars Technica: On Thursday, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said Maxar Technologies would build the first component of the Gateway -- ...
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schwit1 shares an excerpt from a report via Bloomberg: In a quiet neighborhood near Google's headquarters last month, rusty, oleaginous sewage was seeping from a parked RV onto the otherwise pristine street. Sergeant Wahed Magee, of the Mountain View Police Department, was...
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Both the SD Association and Wi-Fi Alliance have cut ties with Huawei following President Trump's executive order barring companies from doing business with the Chinese company. PhoneDog reports: First up, Huawei has been removed the from the SD Association, a non-profit...
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pgmrdlm shares a report from The Guardian: An 'astonishing and unparalleled' 2,300-year-old shield made of tree bark has been discovered in Leicestershire, the only example of its kind ever found in Europe. The shield was discovered in 2015 by archaeologists from the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Daily Dot: Various YouTube summer camps have begun launching across the nation, designed to turn regular elementary and middle-school-aged children into bonfire internet sensations. Per a recent report from the Wall Street...
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China has unveiled a new floating bullet train capable of hitting speeds of about 372 mph (600 km/h). CNN reports: On Thursday, the body prototype for the country's latest high-speed magnetic-levitation (maglev) train project rolled off the assembly line in the eastern...
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The Baltimore city government is recovering from a devastating ransomware attack that has locked up its systems, but officials in the city faced a new problem today. As first reported by The Baltimore Sun, Google blocked city departments from using Gmail accounts created as...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Forty-seven Democratic members of Congress are calling for a net neutrality compromise with Republicans, who have refused to support a full restoration of the net neutrality rules repealed by the Ajit Pai-led Federal...
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Microsoft's redesigned SharePoint platform is proof that Microsoft is serious about making their software more stylish. 'It's colorful, pretty, and makes SharePoint seem sexy instead of the boring corporate intranet website that most people associate it with,' writes The...
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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly met with Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss to discuss the company's plans to launch its own cryptocurrency. 'The Financial Times reported Thursday that Zuckerberg met with the Winklevoss twins and executives with Coinbase, a...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Krebs on Security: The Web site for Fortune 500 real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp. leaked hundreds of millions of documents related to mortgage deals going back to 2003, until notified this week by...
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Friday May 24, 2019. 11:20 PM
Hackers breached a company that provides license plate reader technology for the US government, including at the border with Mexico. From a report: The hackers posted what appears to be the internal data of the company, called Perceptics, on a dark web website on Thursday. A ...
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