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Associated Press

Russian missiles kill at least 19 in Ukraine’s Odesa region Abortion, women’s rights grow as priorities: AP-NORC poll Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden’s climate mission Xi defends vision of Hong Kong as 25-year anniversary marked Putin’s week: Facing NATO expansion, West’s unity on Ukraine Trial for US basketball star begins in Moscow-area court Same-sex couples updating legal status after abortion ruling Trump’s vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony After two pandemic years, a summer travel bounce — and chaos Cups, straws, spoons: India starts small on plastic ban 5 players, $1.1 billion: NBA free agency starts with a bang Navy report: Multiple errors poisoned Pearl Harbor water Asian shares mostly lower after pessimistic ‘tankan’ survey Last-minute deal averts casino strike in Atlantic City Wisconsin’s conservative high court hands GOP another weapon EXPLAINER: How will R. Kelly sentence impact other trials?

Hacker News

Driverless robotaxi fleet paralyzed for hours in San Francisco Visualizing Algorithms by Mike Bostock(2014) In Defence of Garlic in a Jar: How Food Snobs Almost Ruined My Love of Cooking Modern city dwellers have lost about half their gut microbes Mozilla and Google Objections Overruled on “Decentralized Identifiers” by W3C What? More 8-Bit Microcontrollers? Steelmanning: Discover the truth by helping your opponent Ask HN: Where and how do you find your early adoptors? Mathematics and Magic: The de Bruijn Card Trick (2015) CEO test-drives Mojo Vision's smart augmented reality contact lens Kaspersky: Poorly detected backdoor targeting governments and NGOs around globe How are the bees? Xcode 14 deprecates bitcode for watchOS and tvOS Minecraft content creator Technoblade has died The Feynman Technique 2.0: How to Take Your Learning to the Next Level Open source body quits GitHub, urges you to do the same Long Live Software Easter Eggs Use of special characters in usernames on YouTube has been limited The Perils of Audience Capture RISC-V is getting MSIs Cycles of History: On Jody Rosen’s “Two Wheels Good” Vim 9.0 Doom Builder What Metric to Use When Benchmarking? It Was a Dark and Stormy Night Meta slashes hiring plans, girds for 'fierce' headwinds Chip of the Day: Soviet 573RF10 – A CMOS 8755A Can a Corporation “Own” a Color? MIT engineers fly first-ever plane with no moving parts (2018) Logitech MX Products are incompatible with AirPods

Ars Technica

How carbon emissions got caught up in a Supreme Court showdown FCC says it closed a loophole that many robocallers used to evade blocking Amazon blocks LGBT products in UAE, says it “must comply with local laws” Until demand drops, Amazon limiting Plan B purchases to 3 per week Supreme Court severely limits the EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions China lured graduate jobseekers into digital espionage TikTok can’t stop users from doxxing the Supreme Court Starlink tells customers that a Dish 5G plan would make Starlink “unusable” Facebook could be sued for addicting children under California bill Meta sparks anger by charging for VR apps Avoiding USB-C on iPhones may get harder for Apple as Brazil considers mandate Couple bought home in Seattle, then learned Comcast Internet would cost $27,000 Facebook removed posts on abortion pills even when they didn’t break any rules Jury holds Charter responsible for death of woman murdered by cable technician On the brink of ruin, Juul files emergency petition to fight FDA ban Spurred by Roe overturn, senators seek FTC probe of iOS and Android tracking In Russia, Western planes are falling apart How hiring the wrong medical “expert” derailed US pandemic response Comcast and Google emerge as top contenders to serve ads on Netflix Broadcom takeover of VMware could be derailed by EU antitrust probe


New Algorithm Can Predict Future Crime a Week In Advance, With 90% Accuracy Cryptocurrency Titan Coinbase Providing 'Geo Tracking Data' To ICE Russians Are Searching For Pirated Microsoft Products and Switching To Linux FCC Commissioner Wants Apple, Google To Remove TikTok From App Stores Kim Dotcom Not Happy, Says 'Mega Mass Piracy Report' Is On the Way UK Decides AI Still Cannot Patent Inventions Bored Apes Creator Sues Conceptual Artist For Copying Its NFTs Biotech Wizard Left a Trail of Fraud -- Prosecutors Allege It Ended in Murder India Delays VPN Rules To Log Customers Data by 3 Months Celebrity-Endorsed Crypto Scams Soaring in UK, Santander Says IBM Settles Age Discrimination Case That Sought Top Execs' Emails T-Mobile Has Started Selling Your App Data To Advertisers Supreme Court Rejects Apple's Bid To Continue Fighting Over Two Qualcomm Patents What Happened After Amazon's $71M Tax Break in Central New York? Facebook Agrees To Massive Settlement For Data Privacy Class Action Lawsuit

Bleeping Computer

Toll fraud malware disables your WiFi to force premium subscriptions Macmillan shuts down systems after likely ransomware attack Microsoft Exchange servers worldwide backdoored with new malware Ukraine targeted by almost 800 cyberattacks since the war started Russian hacktivists take down Norway govt sites in DDoS attacks XFiles info-stealing malware adds support for Follina delivery Google blocked dozens of domains used by hack-for-hire groups AstraLocker 2.0 infects users directly from Word attachments OpenSea discloses data breach, warns users of phishing attacks Walmart denies being hit by Yanluowang ransomware attack Avaya sysadmin indicted for illegally generating, selling VoIP licenses New YTStealer malware steals accounts from YouTube Creators


Should You Really Delete Your Period Tracking App? EFF to File Amicus Brief in First U.S. Case Challenging Dragnet Keyword Warrant Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 34.4 Keeping Your Smart Home Secure & Private The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act Will Produce Neither Competition Nor Preservation EFF to European Court: Keep Encryption Alive EFF's Statement on Dobbs Abortion Ruling The Bipartisan Digital Advertising Act Would Break Up Big Trackers Security and Privacy Tips for People Seeking An Abortion Westlaw Must Face Antitrust Claims in a Case That Could Boost Competitive Compatibility Victory! Court Rules That DMCA Does Not Override First Amendment’s Anonymous Speech Protections When “Jawboning” Creates Private Liability Pass the "My Body, My Data" Act Daycare Apps Are Dangerously Insecure EFF Warns Another Court About the Dangers of Broad Site-Blocking Orders


Let's talk about mental health as it pertains to communities. Flair is now required for posts || Gatekeeping on the sub “10% error rate is okay“ - Leaked EU Commission document regarding Chat Control, the law that requires the mass surveillance of messages and photos intercepted call - can someone please explain? What is the most private and safe way to send a file to someone? Samsung finder is reading my images. Instagram and Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills. How do you use SIM Cards? Your provider knows your IMEI which can identify you maybe much more Is it advisable to activate "Enhanced Safe Browsing for your account" of the Google account in terms of privacy? China’s Expanding Surveillance State: Four Takeaways From a Times Investigation Into China’s Expanding Surveillance State California DOJ data breach exposes personal information of all concealed carry permit holders across state Yammer? A Dream Come True: Running Coreboot On A Modern, Retail Desktop Motherboard Extremely unique name. News article with arrest, advice? Next Dns is it privacy oriented?

Edward Snowden

Everything Going Great Cultural Revolutions Your Money AND Your Life 9/12 Covid, Climate, And The New Denialism The All-Seeing "i": Apple Just Declared War on Your Privacy A Hell Of Our Own Making Apophenia [Q&A #02] Bombs vs. Bugs The Insecurity Industry Answering Readers' Questions A Conversation with Daniel Ellsberg Conspiracy: Theory and Practice The Most Dangerous Censorship Lifting the mask

Bruce Schneier

ZuoRAT Malware Is Targeting Routers Ecuador’s Attempt to Resettle Edward Snowden When Security Locks You Out of Everything 2022 Workshop on Economics and Information Security (WEIS) Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Cubes On the Dangers of Cryptocurrencies and the Uselessness of Blockchain On the Subversion of NIST by the NSA Symbiote Backdoor in Linux Hidden Anti-Cryptography Provisions in Internet Anti-Trust Bills Hertzbleed: A New Side-Channel Attack