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Monday March 11, 2019. 08:43 PM
Dystopian forced pregnancy scenarios likely a figment of Western media biases An unprotected MongoDB database of 1.8 million women in China has been taken offline after drawing media attention for the inclusion of a data field designating whether the women are...
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Software may have played a grim role in both fatal accidents China has grounded all Boeing 737 Max 8s on its civil aircraft register after one of the US-made airliners crashed yesterday near Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Operators in other countries, including South Africa and...
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Inspectors not happy with stagnant security practices NASA's Office of the Inspector General has once again concluded the American space agency's tech security practices are 'not consistently implemented'.…
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Infosec skills are useful. But so are locked doors Journalists were able to bimble into a UK cable landing station almost completely unchallenged after security gates were left open and unlocked.…
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We also have Brexit to be utterly unprepared for, yo A half of VAT-registered small biz don't have the software needed to comply with the British government's digital tax reforms - due for launch next month - with each facing bills of almost £600 to bring it in.…
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Consolidation in the chip industry as the geepie giant eyes new markets GPU giant Nvidia is to cough $6.9bn for chipmaker Mellanox, known for its data centre networking kit and InfiniBand interconnect tech widely used in HPC.…
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He was landing. Marsupials have not yet developed flight As if we needed another reminder that everything in Australia wants to kill you, the ongoing turf war between kangaroos and people has claimed another victim.…
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Start by snapping up a CLL19 early bird ticket today There’s just a few days left to grab your early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle, and join us in May for three days of serverless, containers, CI/CD and DevOps.…
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Moxa boxes caught using plain text passwords and insecure web apps Bug hunters have discovered yet another set of flaws in industrial control systems used by electric utilities, oil and gas companies, and shipping and transportation providers.…
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Oh, compute, not commute. Got it. Version 1.0 of spec ratified, available shortly Big-name tech companies will together unveil yet another interconnect, this one dubbed Compute Express Link or CXL, which is aimed at plugging data-center CPUs into accelerator chips.…
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Put away the glue and duct tape, and luxuriate in virtualised goodness A funny thing has happened on the way to 19H1: an Azure OS kernel engineer tweaked Windows 10 to make the operating system considerably more KVM-friendly.…
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All fine now, insists telco after Total Inability ToTalkTalk to Server Upsets Pipex peeps* TalkTalk is back in the spotlight over its email services after ageing Pipex mail addresses stopped working abruptly on Saturday.…
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DCMS wants to quintuple in-house IT staffers... that'll take it to 10 The Ministry of Fun is creating a position for a deputy director of IT to expand the department’s internal tech team and wean itself off the Cabinet Office’s shared services programme.…
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GPU powerhouse reportedly throws down $7bn for networker Ethernet and InfiniBand networker Mellanox has reportedly received a $7bn acquisition bid from GPU powerhouse Nvidia.…
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Industry and free software folk alike condemn proposals EU plans to ban the sale of user-moddable radio frequency devices – like phones and routers – have provoked widespread condemnation from across the political bloc.…
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Businesses slow to detect, report data leaks pre-GDPR Businesses waited an average of three weeks after discovering a data breach to report it to Britain's privacy watchdog before GDPR came into force – with many waiting until the end of week to 'fess up.…
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Techie's 'oops' moment goes unnoticed due to massive bills Who, Me? Our warmest of wishes to you all on this fine Monday. Let us provide you with some of El Reg’s finest word sustenance, with this week’s Who, Me?…
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BS as in 'behavior sequenced', or 'bland speech'... If you were terrified by the news that 'Elon Musk-backed scientists created an AI text generator that was too dangerous to release' then here’s something that may soothe your fears.…
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Boffins find pros-for-hire no better at writing secure code than compsci beginners Freelance developers hired to implement password-based security systems do so about as effectively as computer science students, which is to say not very well at all.…
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Sunday March 10, 2019. 03:32 PM
...and AI worker quits over killer robot plans Roundup Hello, here's a quick recap on all the latest AI-related news beyond what we've already reported this week.…
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