Reuters

Amazon workers at German warehouse to strike again - ReutersMore than half of German retailers pessimistic about Christmas: HDE - Reuters UKBritain expects "very significant" week for Brexit talks as clock ticks down - ReutersDarth Vader actor David Prowse dies aged 85 - Reuters UKEthiopia launches manhunt for Tigray leaders, saying military operation is over - ReutersTrump senior aide Kushner and team heading to Saudi Arabia, Qatar - ReutersColombia must restart aerial fumigation to fight drug trafficking, defense minister says - ReutersTrump questions whether Supreme Court would hear election challenge as options dwindle - ReutersCORRECTED-UAE cabinet approves new cybersecurity body, climate change envoy - ReutersThai protesters march to barracks against king's military power - ReutersPope installs new cardinals, including first African-American - ReutersAfghanistan car bombing kills at least 30 security force personnel - ReutersChina halts operation at Korean chip plant after worker tests positive for coronavirus - ReutersSouth Korea bans year-end parties, some music lessons, as virus spikes again - ReutersSevere fire danger for Australia as temperatures smash records - Reuters

Hacker News

Quake's 3-D Engine: The Big Picture by Michael Abrash (2000)Show HN: I Rebuilt MySpace from 2007Running a job board in Japan can land you in prisonAn Introduction to Geometric Algebra (2012)DwarFS: A fast high compression read-only file systemGallery-dl – download images from several image hosting sitesWatercooling a Canon R5 to enable unlimited 8K recordingSleep duration is associated with brain structure and cognitive performanceMaking Playstation 1 ModchipsWhy everything you know about wolf packs is wrongShow HN: I made a relaxing Mahjong browser gameRepl.it (YC W18) Is Hiring a Site Reliability EngineerGPG and Me (2015)Simple Password Management with GPGLittle Things That Made Amiga GreatHow to Run a Ponzi Scheme for Tech PeopleStupid Light SoftwareWould you be willing to fund a Linux port to Apple Silicon?Students create device to capture car tyre microplastic debris3D engine implemented in DNA codeOCaml User Survey 2020 ResultsStandalone Nashorn 15.0 is outOnly distributed fact-checking can keep up with democratized distributionAdvent of Code 2020When Rubber Hits the Road, and Washes AwayCompound found in the hallucinogenic tea ayahuasca can grow new brain cellsSoftware and Hardware for General RobotsASCII – OriginsRemote control truck with remote control gun, self destructed after attackAsk HN: Top Coursera Courses?

Ars Technica

WarGames for real: How one 1983 exercise nearly triggered WWIIIFacebook’s libra currency to launch next year in limited formatAmazon to pay employee bonus amid threat of Black Friday strikesComcast raising TV and Internet prices, including a big hike to hidden feesApple security chief maintains innocence after bribery chargesUK government buys chunk of bankrupt Starlink competitor, OneWebApple moving forward with plan to limit “creepy” user trackingFacebook AI catches 95% of hate speech; company still wants mods back in officeMassive, China-state-funded hack hits companies around the world, report saysApple settles with states for $113M over iPhone battery throttlingFCC takes spectrum from auto industry in plan to “supersize” Wi-FiBitcoin price soars above $18,000, the highest level since 2017US regulator clears Boeing’s 737 Max to fly again“Krebs has been terminated”: Trump fires cybersecurity chief on TwitterGitHub agrees RIAA claim is bunk, restores popular YouTube download toolAfter Trump tweets Defcon hacking video, voting security experts call BSTrump adviser tells Michigan to “rise up” against COVID restrictionsUS gov’s CISO takes leave to help Trump search for election fraudThe iOS COVID-19 app ecosystem has become a privacy minefieldHackers sponsored by Russia and North Korea are targeting COVID-19 researchers

Slashdot

How Lion Air's Boeing 737 Max Experienced a Near-Crash The Day Before 2018's Fatal CrashMicrosoft Also Patented Tech to Score Meetings Using Filmed Body Language, Facial ExpressionsWill Tesla Update Bring Remote Access To Car Cameras?What Happened After Silicon Valley Tried to Make Telecommuting PermanentAmerica's Top Court Strikes Down Covid-19 Restriction On Religious GroupsChinese Police Have Seized $4.2 Billion Cryptos from PlusToken Ponzi CrackdownA Hacker is Selling Access To the Email Accounts of Hundreds of C-Level ExecutivesMicrosoft Productivity Score Feature Criticised as Workplace SurveillanceCambridge University Says Darwin's Iconic Notebooks Were StolenhCaptcha Runs On 15% Of the InternetStruggling Electric Jet Startup Zunum Sues Boeing For Fraud and Misuse of Trade SecretsIRS Could Search Warrantless Location Database Over 10,000 Times2FA Bypass Discovered In Web Hosting Software cPanelNintendo Sues More Hack Sellers, 'a Worsening International Problem'Google Ordered To Hand Over Emails in $600 Million Divorce Battle

EFF

Visa Wants to Buy Plaid, and With It, Transaction Data for Millions of PeopleLet’s Stand Up for Home Hacking and RepairVictory! Court Protects Anonymity of Security Researchers Who Reported Apparent Communications Between Russian Bank and Trump OrganizationPodcast Episode: Control Over Users, Competitors, and CriticsThe FCC’s Independence and Mission Are at Stake with Trump NomineeICANN Can Stand Against Censorship (And Avoid Another .ORG Debacle) by Keeping Content Regulation and Other Dangerous Policies Out of Its Registry ContractsOnce Again, Facebook Is Using Privacy As A Sword To Kill Independent InnovationVideo Analytics User Manuals Are a Guide to Dystopia Introducing Cover Your Tracks!Find Out How Ad Trackers Follow You On the Web With EFF’s “Cover Your Tracks” Tool macOS Leaks Application Usage, Forces Apple to Make Hard DecisionsPodcast Episode: Fixing a Digital Loophole in the Fourth AmendmentGitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCAComputer Security Experts Urge White House to Keep Politics Out of Election SecurityElections Are Partisan Affairs. Election Security Isn't.

r/Privacy

The r/Privacy Black Friday Mega-Post. Add any great deals available from privacy-respecting companies, non-profits and activist groups here!I'm Aaron MacSween, project lead for CryptPad: the open-source encrypted collaboration suite. I'm a privacy researcher, software developer, applied cryptographer, p2p afficionado, and free-software advocate. AMA!Amazon faces a privacy backlash for its Sidewalk feature, which turns Alexa devices into neighborhood WiFi networks that owners have to opt out ofGiving out cell numberVery Little Stands Between the U.S. and a Technological PanopticonYSK: Amazon will be enabling a feature called sidewalk that will share your WiFi and bandwidth with anyone with an Amazon device automatically. Stripping away your privacy and security of your home network!The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Online AnonymityMany Suicide Hotlines Bill Themselves as Confidential -- Even as they Trace Your CallAnother City Is Using Crime Control as an Excuse for Facial Recognition Surveillance: "Varanasi in India is installing 3,000 CCTV cameras with automated facial recognition tech at the city's crossings."If I have a browser open and I'm playing the video in another tab, does youtube know whether I'm looking at the tab?IMSI CatcherEncrypted e-mail across servicesMySudo Spam Texts/Calls (UK)How to secure Xfinity modem and network from potential onsite hacking?Is there an easier way to use PGP keys on Linux to send encrypted communication to a small address book of contacts?

Bruce Schneier

Friday Squid Blogging: Diplomoceras MaximumUndermining DemocracyCyber Public HealthOn That Dusseldorf Hospital Ransomware Attack and the Resultant DeathMore on the Security of the 2020 US ElectionIndistinguishability ObfuscationFriday Squid Blogging: Ram’s Horn Squid VideoSymantec Reports on Cicada APT Attacks against JapanThe US Military Buys Commercial Location DataMichael Ellis as NSA General Counsel

Bleeping Computer

Pennsylvania county pays 500K ransom to DoppelPaymer ransomwareHow to extend the time to rollback a buggy Windows 10 feature updateMalwarebytes Premium is 50% off for Black Friday, Cyber MondayImprove your Windows 10 PC with these Microsoft Store appsCustomize your Windows 10 appearance with these toolsMicrosoft is working on an Android subsystem for Windows 10IIoT chip maker Advantech hit by ransomware, $12.5 million ransomThe Week in Ransomware - November 27th 2020 - Attacks continue

N-O-D-E

TURNING THE RASPBERRY PI 4 INTO A MINI SERVERCYBER DUMP 74 / HOLOGRAPHIC WORKOUTS, CARDBOARD ROBOT, VR TREADMILL, EDGE OF TOMORROW EXOSKELETONTRYING TO BUILD THE ULTIMATE RASPBERRY PI COMPUTER (ZERO TERMINAL V3)CYBER DUMP 73 / SAND 3D PRINTER, ULTRA VIOLET ROBOTS, NEW HAPTIC FEEDBACK METHODCYBER DUMP 72 / NEW VR HAND TRACKING, DEXTEROUS ROBOTS, SILENT BIONIC LEGS, OPEN SOURCE FACTORY

Scott Galloway

AirbnBaller Tulips to Tesla Unleash the Mouse PalanThiel: The Uncola Not If But When Shadows Microsoft + TikTok = nfw The Great Distancing Dawg on the Wall Fire & Fawning USS University Let’s Get Ready to Rundle Higher Ed: Enough Already iAddiction Four Weddings & A Funeral