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Discussion/SecurityWe Are Running Out of Time | Congress Has Already Started on the Second Phase of Banning Your Digital Privacy | Speak to Your Senators (self.technology)
submitted 9 days ago * by y-oro232& 2 more - announcement
TechSupportGot a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread (self.technology)
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Social MediaNeo-Nazis Are Running Out of Places to Hide Online| Telegram booting far-right groups from their hub proves that platforms can, in fact, help curb terrorist recruitment in the internet age. (wired.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by Majnum
BusinessAmazon orders employees to remove TikTok from phones ‘due to security risks’ (theverge.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by HugeDetective0
Our accessories are designed, engineered, and built for Mac, iPad, and iPhone – and we’re obsessed with creating devices that don’t just complement the Apple experience, but elevate it. (logitech.com)
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Transportation69% of Autos Sold in Norway in 2020 Have a Plug (cleantechnica.com)
submitted 15 hours ago by farfulla
BusinessFoxconn to invest $1 billion in India to move iPhone production from China (imore.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by spsheridan
Social MediaFacebook Said to Consider Banning Political Ads (nytimes.com)
submitted 5 hours ago by Balls_of_Adamanthium
PoliticsLast year, internet shutdowns took place in 33 countries and cost the global economy more than $8 billion (blog.xeovo.com)
submitted 14 hours ago by RegisterdToGiveAdvic
BusinessExclusive: Apple supplier Foxconn to invest $1 billion in India, sources say – The move is part of a quiet and gradual production shift by Apple away from China (reuters.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by gulabjamunyaar
PrivacyApple Makes a Major Privacy Move by Allowing Users to Disable Ad Tracking and Have Greater Insight Into App Permissions (cpomagazine.com)
submitted 1 day ago by stereomatch2
SoftwareTikTok, Spotify, Tinder, and many other iOS apps are crashing again due to a Facebook issue (theverge.com)
submitted 13 hours ago by cferrios
SecurityThe Trump Administration Is Attacking Critical Internet Privacy Tools (vice.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by lunetick
PoliticsWyden Plans Law to Stop Cops From Buying Data That Would Need a Warrant (vice.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by hildebrand_rarity
SecurityAmazon Makes Employees Delete TikTok From Phones, Citing Security Risk (nytimes.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by khayrirrw
PoliticsThe U.S. Army Twitch Channel Is Banning People for Asking About War Crimes (vice.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by mobile_website_25323
BiotechnologyElon Musk to Reveal More About Neuralink on August 28 (ibtimes.sg)
submitted 3 hours ago by xodus7000
BusinessGoogle bans ads for products and services that secretly track or monitor people (cnbc.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by mostaksaif
Spoon and Zorch until it is done, Reddit. Thanks for a great AMA! Check it out here. (reddit.com)
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BusinessCharter’s hidden “Broadcast TV” fee now adds $197 a year to cable bills (arstechnica.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by ohnoh18
HardwareWhy Repair Techs Are Hacking Ventilators With DIY Dongles From Poland - As COVID-19 surges, hospitals and independent biomedical technicians have turned to a global grey-market for hardware and software to circumvent manufacturer repair locks and keep life-saving ventilators running. (vice.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by speckz
BusinessAmazon Says Delete TikTok Email to Employees Was an Error (bloomberg.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by gulabjamunyaar
SecuritySignal’s New PIN Feature Worries Cybersecurity Experts (vice.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by wewewawa
BusinessThe Supreme Court will hear Facebook's bid to stop a class-action lawsuit that could cost the company billions (businessinsider.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by mostaksaif
BusinessReal-time data is showing that the coronavirus is causing ‘widespread’ economic damage (cnbc.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by TheGamerDanYT
BusinessApple makes $1.8 billion in UK, but pays just $8m in tax (appleinsider.com)
submitted 1 day ago by arrthur1
SoftwareTikTok disappears from Hong Kong app stores after new national security law comes into effect (cnbc.com)
submitted 18 hours ago by TheGamerDanYT
Networking/TelecomRep. Doyle: ISPs Keep Claiming Service Where It Isn't - Said it is mind-boggling that broadband mapping hasn't been fixed (multichannel.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by speckz
SoftwareThis Ubuntu-Based Linux OS Looks Shockingly Similar To Windows 10 (forbes.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by Philo1927
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