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Security News This Week: North Korea’s Lazarus Group Was Behind $540 Million Ronin Theft

Early this week, the Ukrainian Computer Emergency Response Team and Slovakian cybersecurity firm ESET warned that Russia's notorious GRU Sandworm hackers had targeted...

Security News This Week: TSA’s Terrorist Watch List Comes for Amtrak Passengers

As Russia's war continues in Ukraine, the Biden White House has been scrambling to use every tool at its disposal in countering, or...

Security News This Week: Fake Cops Scammed Apple and Meta to Get User Data

“Ipsa scientia potestas est,” 16th-century philosopher and statesman Sir Frances Bacon famously wrote in his 1597 work, Meditationes Sacrae. Knowledge itself is power....

Russia Blocks Facebook and Twitter in a Propaganda Standoff

Russia’s government announced on Friday that it has blocked Facebook, raising the stakes in a standoff between Big Tech and the Kremlin that...

Australia’s Standoff Against Google and Facebook Worked—Sort Of

Over Zoom, Australia’s communications minister, Paul Fletcher, has the air of a man in the middle of a victory speech. He credits his...

How should NASA break the news if it discovers alien life in 2022?

The recent launch of the James Webb space telescope has the science world abuzz with dreams of cosmic breakthroughs in our understanding of...

Max Q: Rocket Lab unveils Neutron, plus more private space station news – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Max Q! There was a TON of space news this week so I won’t ramble too much, other...

Sorry, AI isn’t going to stop the spread of fake news

Disinformation has been used in warfare and military strategy over time. But it is undeniably being intensified by the use of smart technologies...

Is Nubank’s lower IPO pricing bad news for Brazilian startups? – TechCrunch

Brazil’s Nu Holdings, the parent company of the popular Latin American neobank Nubank, announced a reduction to the expected price of its public...
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