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Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion.6h Updated Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion.
Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.
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Free Speech Puts U.S. on ‘a Collision Course’ With Global Limits on Big Tech7h Free Speech Puts U.S. on ‘a Collision Course’ With Global Limits on Big Tech
Many other countries are adopting or considering stricter moderation of online speech. But they don’t have to work around the First Amendment.
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The Interpreter: Fearing More Violence, Sri Lanka Silences Social Media8h Updated The Interpreter: Fearing More Violence, Sri Lanka Silences Social Media
Sri Lankan officials have a troubled relationship with social media. They have seen firsthand how quickly online hate can turn into deadly violence.
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The Interpreter: After Roar of Bombs, Sri Lanka Silences Social Media9h The Interpreter: After Roar of Bombs, Sri Lanka Silences Social Media
Sri Lankan officials have a troubled relationship with social media. They have seen firsthand how quickly online hate can turn into deadly violence.
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Tesla gets restraining order against alleged short seller12h Tesla gets restraining order against alleged short seller
Electric carmaker claims Fremont man repeatedly harassed its employees Tesla has been granted a temporary restraining order against an alleged short seller, preventing him from approaching the electric carmaker’s California factory following claims of harassment. The electric carmaker claimed in its application for the order that the man had repeatedly harassed its employees. He allegedly controls a critical Twitter account that regularly claims Tesla engages in fraud and which claims to be betting that Tesla shares will fall.
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Cybercrime for dummies: cracking internet passwords is as easy as 12345618h Cybercrime for dummies: cracking internet passwords is as easy as 123456
GCHQ survey finds millions using most obvious passwords – including ‘password’, ‘qwerty’ and superhero namesCybercriminals are using increasingly devious scams to con internet users into revealing precious online information. Yet millions of people have saved fraudsters the bother of deploying trickery and temptation by picking bizarrely simple passwords that feature on a new hotlist of online security howlers. One of them, for example, is “password”.
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People still using weak passwords - these are the most common26h People still using weak passwords - these are the most common
The most common passwords have been revealed, as a survey shows many British internet users do not know the best way to protect themselves from cyber crime.
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Millions using 123456 as password, security study finds26h Millions using 123456 as password, security study finds
A list of all-too-predictable choices for breached accounts includes 123456 and "Liverpool".
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12,000 pieces of official govt advice added to Alexa and Google Home30h 12,000 pieces of official govt advice added to Alexa and Google Home
Information on public services - from renewing a passport to the state pension - can now be accessed through voice-activated smart speakers and virtual assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
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He Stopped a Global Cyberattack. Now He’s Pleading Guilty to Writing Malware.36h He Stopped a Global Cyberattack. Now He’s Pleading Guilty to Writing Malware.
Marcus Hutchins, a British security researcher credited with halting a huge outbreak of ransom software in 2017, accepted United States charges over previous activity.
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