Reddit links UK-US trade talk leak to Russian influence campaign

Reddit has linked chronicle activity involving the opening and amplification of sensitive UK-US trade talks on its platform during the ongoing UK election campaign to a suspected Russian political affect operation. Or, to keep it more patently, the social network…

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Only a few 2020 US presidential candidates are using a basic email security feature

Just one-third of the 2020 U.S. presidential candidates are using an email security feature that have been able to thwart a same affect that tottered the Democrat during the 2016 election. Out of the 21 presidential candidates in the race…

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Vayyar nabs $109M for its 4D radar tech, which detects and tracks images while preserving privacy

The future of the connected home, connected automobile and connected everything will have a lot of imaging engineering at the centres of it: sensors to track the movement of people and things will be a critical way for AI mentalities…

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Messaging app Wire confirms $8.2M raise, responds to privacy concerns after moving holding company to the US

Big varies are afoot for Wire, an enterprise-focused end-to-end encrypted messaging app and services which are promotes itself as “the most secure collaboration platform”. In February, Wire calmly grew $8.2 million from Morpheus Ventures and others, we’ve proven — the…

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Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage

Jessica Alter Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter will no longer run political ads because “political themes reach is due to be made , not bought” has been greeted as a astute and statesmanlike differentiate to Mark Zuckerberg’s and Facebook’s greedy…

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Twitters political ads ban is a distraction from the real problem with platforms

Sometimes it feels as if Internet pulpits are turning everything upside down, from politics to publicizing, culture to commerce, and of course swapping truth for lies. This week’s bizarro reversal was the vista of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, a tech…

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Amid security concerns, the European Union puts 5G and Huawei under the microscope

The European Union is putting under the microscope the rollout of new, high-speed mobile networking technologies known as 5G in a move that could affect the technology’s dominant company — Huawei. European risk report flags 5G certificate challenges The brand-new,…

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No one could prevent another WannaCry-style attack, says DHS official

The U.S. government may not be able to prevent another world cyberattack like WannaCry, a elderly cybersecurity official has said. Jeanette Manfra, the auxiliary administrator for cybersecurity for Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency( CISA ), said on stage…

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US sanctions two Russians for cyber-related election interference

The U.S. Treasury has imposed sanctions against two Russian nationals accused of working for a notorious disinformation unit. In a statement, the Treasury said Igor Nesterov, 34, and Denis Kuzmin, 28, worked for the so-called Internet Research Agency, a secretive…

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Tesla V10.0 car software update adds Smart Summon, Netflix/YouTube, Spotify, karaoke and more

Tesla is rolling out a new software update that lends a batch of new peculiarities to its gondolas. These involving the brand-new “Smart Summon” boast, which will allow cars given with the optional $5,000 full-self driving parcel to automatically drive…

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