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Friday May 10, 2019. 09:28 AM
You mean you didn't read the 2,566-word privacy policy? Millions of images stored by Ever, a photo album app, are being used to sneakily train facial recognition systems – and the only way you'll find out is if you read through the 2,566-word privacy policy.…
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5-minute job? We've heard that old chestnut before On Call Have you got that Friday feeling? El Reg does, mainly because we're bringing you the latest instalment of On Call.…
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Existing censorship-resistant S3 paths get a stay of execution Last week, Amazon Web Services (AWS) said it intends to change the way its S3 storage service can be referenced in API and web requests. But by doing so, the cloud giant would have eliminated a means of...
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Fujie accused of killing them softly with his scripts The US Department of Justice has announced indictments against two members of a China-based hacking crew it says was behind one of the biggest hacks in American history.…
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Fujie charged with killing them softly with his scripts. And by them, we mean, the health insurance giant's computers US prosecutors today formally accused two people of being part of a Chinese hacking crew responsible for one of the biggest cyber-heists in American...
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I feel the need, the need for a general adversarial network DARPA, the US military research arm, has launched a program to train fighter jets to engage in aerial battle autonomously with the help of AI algorithms.…
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Thursday May 9, 2019. 11:59 PM
David Redl and Mike Platt quit NTIA. Trump Administration craziness to blame The head of the US government department that oversees the internet and telecommunications spectrum unexpectedly resigned on Thursday, along with his Congressional go-between.…
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Former salesperson sees termination as part of a deliberate effort to dump elders A former Oracle salesperson has sued the database giant in the US, claiming the company discriminated against him because of his age and a medical disability.…
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Soldier's pilfered docs provided basis for robo-aircraft news reports, say US prosecutors A former US Air Force intelligence analyst who fed documents to the press detailing the American military's classified drone programs has been indicted on five criminal charges.…
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Meanwhile, Facebook's co-founder goes public with call for end to social media monopoly One thing you can't accuse people of in Washington DC is lacking an appetite for power. But not, it seems, if that power comes with responsibility.…
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New reference architecture rolls together containers and VMs Virtualization kingpins Red Hat and VMware have linked arms on a reference architecture that combines their software.…
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Secure boot, local CA for your network o' widgets, and more Certificate authority (CA) Sectigo, the artist formerly known as Comodo CA, has bought out security biz Icon Labs.…
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Oh and fiscal '19 crappy, fiscal '20 forecasts gloomy too It's been an eventful morning for BT's new CEO: he upped targets to roll out fibre broadband to more Brit homes, talked up cost savings and clipped sales and profit forecasts for the next year.…
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Mike Pompeo reaches beyond grave to read Iron Lady's mind in ongoing security spat Margaret Thatcher would not let Huawei build Britain's 5G networks, US foreign secretary Mike Pompeo claimed yesterday as British ministers suggested the rollout may be delayed for security...
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Congratulations, Liverpool and Spurs fans! Wait... never mind Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are off to Madrid for the Champions League final after emphatic wins against Barcelona and Ajax – so of course devotees were ecstatic to find they had won all-expenses-paid VIP...
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When the agenda goes up, so do the tickets... Events If terms like FaaS, Serverless and event-based computing are creeping on to your to-do list, here’s something else to add: grabbing a blind bird ticket for our Serverless Computing Conference while you still can.…
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Supernova of allegations turns into black hole for HPE Autonomy Trial Autonomy's former US head of sales made a series of startling admissions in court yesterday which contradicted his witness statement, throwing a curveball into Britain's biggest fraud trial.…
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Something something unicorn Silicon Valley-based log management and analytics specialist Sumo Logic – popular among the DevOps crowd – has bagged $110m in its biggest funding round to date, led by Battery Ventures.…
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New appliance runs your backup engine of choice.NEXT Nutanix has made a flashy bid for hybrid cloud relevance by enabling its environment to run in AWS and added a Mine appliance to bring backup data into its fold.…
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Platform admits failover cluster fell over but they're really sorry and, here, have a credit note Biz automation platform ConnectWise has issued a credit note to disgruntled customers caught up in last week's day-long outage that the firm blamed on a wobble in its 'highly...
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