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Friday July 21, 2017. 02:05 AM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Patently Apple: Last week Patently Apple posted a report titled 'Australia proposed new Laws Compelling Companies like Facebook & Apple to Provide Access to Encrypted Messages.' Days later, Australia's Prime Minister spoke about the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Patently Apple: Last week Patently Apple posted a report titled 'Australia proposed new Laws Compelling Companies like Facebook & Apple to Provide Access to Encrypted Messages.' Days later, Australia's Prime Minister spoke about the...
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Joseph Cox, reporting for Motherboard: On Thursday, US authorities announced the seizure of the largest dark web marketplace AlphaBay. Europol and Dutch police also claimed seizure of Hansa, another popular market. In their dark web investigations, law enforcement have...
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In an effort to appear more user friendly, Amazon has removed a controversial clause from its AWS customer agreement that may lead to more businesses signing up for its cloud computing services. For quite a few years now, potential customers have been wary of a clause in...
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Enlarge (credit: Candy Lab) A judge on Thursday declared as unconstitutional a local Wisconsin ordinance mandating that the makers of augmented reality games get special use permits if their mobile apps were to be played in county parks. The law—the nation's first of its...
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YouTube will return anti-terrorist playlists when users search for hateful content on the site using certain keywords pertaining to terrorism. Tubefilter.com reports: The new feature, dubbed The Redirect Method, is part of a four-prong strategy announced by Google last month ...
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The Magic of Oz, most likely from the early 1960s, is sometimes referred to as 'the worst cartoon ever.' I think that is hyperbolic but I appreciate the sentiment. Animation historian Jerry Beck had this to say about it: 'The film is a real mystery... and real awful.' (via ...
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Like trying to get blood out of a stone Updated America's broadband watchdog, the FCC, has declined to spare any more details on the cyber-assault that supposedly downed its website shortly after it announced its intent to kill net neutrality.…
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McGruber writes: The Iron Yard, a South Carolina-based coding school with 15 locations, announced that it plans to close all of its campuses. The four-old company posted a message on its website delivering the news: 'In considering the current environment, the board of The...
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Samsung's Galaxy Note line of devices totally changed the smartphone landscape forever. Not only did the company revolutionize the 'phablet' screen size, but with the addition of the wonderful S-Pen, it made handwriting entry relevant again. Even Apple faced the pressure of...
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Fscking nerds, Secretary John Kelly sighs Flying into America? Don't worry about that crackdown on laptops and similar gear in your carry-on luggage. It's no longer happening. No, instead, the US has something else up its sleeve.…
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An anonymous reader writes via Bleeping Computer: Today, in coordinated press releases, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Europol announced the takedown of two Dark Web marketplaces -- AlphaBay and Hansa Market. First to fall was the Hansa Market after Dutch officers...
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Thursday July 20, 2017. 11:57 PM
(credit: Michael Rosenstein) Last August, after being alerted by GitHub's security team that the certificate authority WoSign had errantly issued a certificate for a GitHub domain to someone other than GitHub, Google began an investigation in collaboration with the Mozilla...
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Since 2015 Kentucky Fried Chicken and DC Comics have been teaming up for an annual comics special. First was 2015’s The Colonel of Two Worlds follow up by 2016’s The Colonel Corps. This […] The post Kentucky Fried Comics at SDCC appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Jul 20, 11:29 PM
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Hill: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) declined to reveal analysis proving that it was the victim of a cyberattack in May. The agency claimed at the time that its Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS) did not actually ...
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San Diego Comic Con is revving up as we speak. Attendees are checking in, members of the media are losing sleep, and many drinks are being ordered. But one thing die-hard fans come […] The post All the Star Wars SDCC Merch You Can Shake a Lightsaber At appeared first on...
    Geek - Jul 20, 11:15 PM
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Earlier this week I covered five Primetime Emmy award winner Rob Kutner’s comic series Shrinkage. The president’s brain has been taken over by aliens! It’s time to go inside and save the world […] The post Rob Kutner Talks Late Nights With Conan and Dishes on His Own Co...
    Geek - Jul 20, 11:15 PM
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Microsoft finally broke its silence on the status of devices built on the Intel Clover Trail CPU family. Owners of those devices who had taken advantage of the free Windows 10 upgrade offer discovered recently that those PCs were unable to upgrade to the Windows 10 Creators...
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John Gruber, writing for DaringFireball: The single biggest misconception about iOS is that it's good digital hygiene to force quit apps that you aren't using. The idea is that apps in the background are locking up unnecessary RAM and consuming unnecessary CPU cycles, thus...
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Enlarge / Sam Clovis, then newly appointed national co-chairman of the Trump campaign, speaks during a news conference with Donald Trump. (credit: Bloomberg / Getty Images) Yesterday, the Trump administration formally named its candidate for the Department of Agriculture's...
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