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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 10:21 PM
The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol basically just admitted openly that it has all the supplies needed to take care of the children separated from their families at the border—-toothpaste, soap, beds to sleep on-- CBP just won't give any of the stuff to the detained kids....
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SEV code cracked to leak secret keys Updated Microchip slinger AMD has issued a firmware patch to fix the encryption in its Secure Encrypted Virtualization technology (SEV), used to defend the memory of Linux KVM virtual machines running on its Epyc processors.…
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Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore isn't doing well in opinion polls, where he remains stuck in the teens. And that's just with Republicans! The poll from Cygnal shows Moore polling at 13 percent, placing him a distant third behind former Auburn football coach Tommy...
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Security through obscurity is out, security through tomfoolery is in. From a report: That's the basic philosophy sold by Track THIS, 'a new kind of incognito' browsing project, which opens up 100 tabs crafted to fit a specific character -- a hypebeast, a filthy rich person,...
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Over the past couple of months, things have been moving fairly swiftly toward the establishment of a separate entity to govern the openSUSE project. The idea is mainly meant to set up an organization that can receive and disburse funds on behalf of the project, rather than...
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Kama3, Hawaii’s popular surfing pig, was reportedly killed over the weekend while sleeping in a pen at a Hauula-based ranch. On Saturday, three or four men who were most likely pig hunters, reportedly […] The post Kama3, Hawaii’s Famous Surfing Pig, Reportedly Killed By...
    Geek - Jun 26, 09:58 PM
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When federal prosecutors drag corporations into court for business practices that hurt or even kill people, it's routine for corporate counsel to ask to have the evidence in the case sealed, and for prosecutors to agree, and for judges to rubberstamp the deal, meaning that...
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A man poured acid on his own face in court in May after he was found guilty of fraud, finally dying yesterday of his injuries. Marshall, who was on bail, was carrying a metal water bottle - although CCTV footage is believed to have shown that he had sipped from it as he...
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Enlarge / Inland Empire Energy Center outside of Riverside, California. (credit: Oohlongjohnson) Late last week, General Electric told a California regulator that it would close down a 10-year-old Southern California natural gas plant because it's no longer economically...
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YouTube said it will let users override automated recommendations after criticism over how the online video service suggests and filters toxic clips. From a report: 'Although we try our best to suggest videos you'll enjoy, we don't always get it right, so we are giving you...
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The long-running kids' publication 'Highlights for Children' condemned the Trump administration's policy of separating children from families at the US-Mexico border in a statement published on social media. At Highlights, our core belief is that children are the world's...
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Blizzard and Snowflake, an albino alligator couple, are proud parents to the world’s first batch of albino alligator eggs, according to Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park. The park, which is located in […] The post Florida Gators Are Proud Parents to World’s First Batch of...
    Geek - Jun 26, 08:50 PM
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Facebook said it has agreed to give the names of French users who are suspected of using hate speech on its platform to the local courts when requested. The deal is believed to be the first of its kind in the world. From a report: The decision by the world's biggest social...
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Enlarge / Artist's rendering of a NOAA weather satellite. (credit: NOAA/NASA) Meteorologists and other experts are urging the Federal Communications Commission to drop a spectrum-sharing plan that they say could interfere with transmissions of weather-satellite imagery. The ...
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Ex-chief exec enters witness box, points finger at beancounters Autonomy Trial Mike Lynch, former CEO of Autonomy, today told a court, “I was not involved in the vast majority of transactions,” that HP claims added up to a $5bn fraud it uncovered after buying the company ...
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While U.S. broadcasters are still mired in 1080p, foreign markets are already looking at 8K video—and that’s exactly what the new generation of DisplayPort technology, DisplayPort 2.0, is designed to address.In late 2020, the first products incorporating the new DP 2.0...
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r/The_Donald still exists at Reddit, but it's been pushed into the site's 'quarantined' basement after a series of threats against police were posted there. “Recent behaviors including threats against the police and public figures is content that is prohibited by our...
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Google today began rolling out location history deletion tools to Android and iOS, giving users a relatively simple way to limit the scope of Google's location tracking. Users can only choose between deleting data after three or 18 months. In a blog post, Google wrote:...
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Why is gold ($41,149/kg) more expensive than other metals that are as rare or rarer, such as ruthenium ($9,000/kg)? This video explains why. Image: YouTube
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Workers are protesting the ecommerce company's business with a government contractor that manages children's detention camps at the southern border.
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