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PC vendors hasten as Intel announces disadvantage in firmware

reader comments 91 Intel has released a confidence warning that government firmware on a series of new PC, server, and Internet-of-Things processor platforms is exposed to remote attack. Using the vulnerabilities, the many serious of which was unclosed by Mark Ermolov and Maxim Goryachy of Positive Technologies Research, remote enemy …

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Police are Using DNA Mugshots to Arrest Innocent People

By MassPrivateI A new Washington Times article, boasts that Texas law coercion used predictive DNA imaging or ‘Phenotyping’ to theory what a suspect’s earthy characteristics competence be. This is not a joke, this is actually happening in police departments opposite the country. Parabon Nanolabs, claims their new research service can accurately …

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Ominous Video Shows Swarm of A.I. Drones Carry Out Mass Murder Without Human Orders

By Matt Agorist Imagine a universe in which people who hold a certain domestic beliefs could be sought out and summarily executed with surgical pointing using unconstrained microdrones and with no material damage. While this may seem like a good way to eliminate militant organizations like ISIS or Al-Qaeda, it …

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Google’s Eric Schmidt Says Americans Too Dumb To Detect Fake News, Plans to “Derank” Russian News

By Derrick Broze Eric Schmidt has done news with his latest proclamation that Google is operative on ways to “derank” Russian media in the hunt engine’s results. At this weekend’s Halifax International Security Forum in Canada, Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google and stream executive Chairman of Alphabet Inc., discussed …

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RIP net neutrality: FCC chair releases devise to deregulate ISPs

reader comments 270 The Federal Communications Commission currently announced its devise to deregulate the broadband attention and eliminate net neutrality rules, environment up a Dec 14 opinion to finalize the repeal. As expected, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is proposing to retreat the commission’s sequence of home and mobile ISPs as …

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FCC will also sequence states to throw plans for their own net neutrality laws

reader comments 50 In further to ditching its own net neutrality rules, the Federal Communications Commission also plans to tell state and internal governments that they can't levy internal laws controlling broadband service. This fact was suggested by comparison FCC officials in a phone lecture with reporters today, and it …

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Aston Martin reveals its all-new Vantage, a 503hp V8 sports car

reader comments 58 On Tuesday morning, the second automobile in Aston Martin’s new “Second Century” devise was suggested to the world. The new Vantage sports automobile is a complicated deputy for the company’s best-selling indication of all time. Powered by a 503hp 4.0L twin-turbo V8, it’s a lighter, more-focused automobile …

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Skype is the latest messaging app to disappear from Chinese app stores

reader comments 67 Yet another renouned communications app has left from app stores in China. According to a report from The New York Times, Microsoft’s messaging service Skype is no longer accessible from app stores, including Apple’s App Store. Google’s Play Store doesn’t work in China, but Skype hasn’t seemed on …

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