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PoliticsTwitter Admits There Were More Than 50,000 Russian Bots Trying to Confuse American Voters Before the Election (slate.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by Quiglius
PoliticsTwitter begins emailing the 677,775 Americans who took Russian election bait [Updated] (arstechnica.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by ShadowboxingLegend
PoliticsNSA deleted surveillance data it pledged to preserve (politico.com)
submitted 21 hours ago by Content_Policy_New
SoftwareTwitter and Facebook have very different ideas about “fake news.” One of them is terribly wrong. Hint: It’s Facebook. (theoutline.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by MichaelRahmani
SecurityOnePlus got pwned, exposed up to 40,000 users to credit card fraud. A malicious script injected into OnePlus' payment page went undiscovered for two months. (arstechnica.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by Philo1927
Net NeutralityThe U.K. and France Are Thumbing Their Noses at the U.S. Over Net Neutrality Repeal - ‘the U.K. and France said Friday: “... we wish to restate our commitment and support for the principle of net neutrality, which promotes a free and open internet.”’ (fortune.com)
submitted 1 day ago by mvea
BusinessAjit Pai's FCC Can't Admit Broadband Competition is a Problem (dslreports.com)
Net NeutralityDemocrats to propose net neutrality rules at state level (host.madison.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by mvea
TransportAudi launches “Smart Energy Network” to compete with Tesla (electrek.co)
submitted 10 hours ago by Portis403
NetworkingVancouver Canada now have free wifi "everywhere" (dailyhive.com)
submitted 20 hours ago by McKayha
TransportThe Magnetohydrodynamic Drive Is Real—and You Can Build One (wired.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by AlfalfaSucks
PoliticsWelcome to new era of global digital censorship (politico.eu)
submitted 6 hours ago by hamzaminhas52
PoliticsTrump signs surveillance extension into law. (politico.com)
submitted 1 day ago by AdamCannon
NetworkingFCC blocks two cheapskate tactics Internet service providers wanted to use (9to5mac.com)
submitted 1 day ago by smartfon
SoftwareA blind Facebook engineer is solving one of the biggest problems on the internet: figuring out what's in images and videos (cnbc.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by mvea
BusinessYears after predicted “death,” game consoles are doing better than ever (arstechnica.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by PUBGisokay
EnergyWind with batteries? Build it quickly and it could cost $21/MWh in Colorado (arstechnica.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by Litrally_A_Shill
BiotechResearchers demonstrate nanoparticle gel can make cost-efficient holography and LIDAR (nextbigfuture.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by Portis403
Net NeutralityDIY net neutrality: Can municipal broadband help protect internet freedom? - “across North America, communities are opting out of "big telecom" and building their own broadband networks — on their own terms.” (cbc.ca)
submitted 15 hours ago by mvea
PoliticsTwitter finds over 1,000 new Russian-linked accounts (thehill.com)
submitted 23 hours ago by TheManTheyCallGeorge
BusinessThe Amazon worker: paid £18,000 a year to shift 250 items an hour (theguardian.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by KareIIen
SecurityFederal Law Now Requires States to GPS Track Disabled People Using Attendants (themighty.com)
submitted 21 hours ago by moooooky
SecurityWhy This Intercontinental Quantum-Encrypted Video Hangout Is a Big Deal (wired.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by HansGruvy
Net NeutralityApple has a change of heart and approves an app that finds net neutrality violations (phonearena.com)
submitted 2 days ago by Techie_world
BusinessGoogle CEO Sundar Pichai says he does not regret firing James Damore (theverge.com)
submitted 1 day ago by MichaelRahmani
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