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The Supreme Court will hear its first big CFAA case

The Supreme Court will hear its first big CFAA case The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday in a case that could lead to sweeping changes to America’s controversial computer hacking laws — and affecting how millions use their computers and access online services. The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act was […]

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Atlanta’-based Speedscale now has $2.2 million more to grow its API test automation business

Atlanta’-based Speedscale now has .2 million more to grow its API test automation business It only took a few weeks after its Y Combinator demo day debut for the Atlanta-based API test automation company Speedscale to raise its first $2.2 million. Founded by longtime developers and Georgia Institute of Technology alumni, Ken […]

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Startups joining SK Telecom’s accelerator include AI-driven mapping and vision for delivery robots

Startups joining SK Telecom’s accelerator include AI-driven mapping and vision for delivery robots We don’t often cover telecom technology startups, but it’s periodically worth checking in to see what’s happening in that space. We can get a good indication from the latest cohort to emerge from an accelerator associated with South Korea’s […]

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Hangar raises $15 million for its venture studio for government technology startups

Hangar raises million for its venture studio for government technology startups Josh Mendelsohn, the former Bloomberg digital campaign advisor and venture studio founder, thinks that cash constrained government agencies from the local to the federal level aren’t using technology effectively enough to meet the challenges they face. That’s why the founder of […]

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Four views: is edtech changing how we learn?

Four views: is edtech changing how we learn? In the future, students might dismiss stories about weather-related school closures as folklore. The COVID-19 pandemic compelled us to experiment with edtech, but it’s still unclear whether attending school virtually with a laptop at the kitchen table offers the same benefits as being in […]

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How Have I Been Pwned became the keeper of the internet’s biggest data breaches

How Have I Been Pwned became the keeper of the internet’s biggest data breaches When Troy Hunt launched Have I Been Pwned in late 2013, he wanted it to answer a simple question: Have you fallen victim to a data breach? Seven years later, the data-breach notification service processes thousands of requests […]

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IBM Cloud suffers prolonged outage

IBM Cloud suffers prolonged outage The IBM Cloud is currently suffering a major outage, and with that, multiple services that are hosted on the platform are also down, including everybody’s favorite tech news aggregator, Techmeme. It looks like the problems started around 2:30pm PT and spread from there. Best we can tell, […]

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Tesla resurrects long-range RWD Model 3 for the Chinese market

Tesla resurrects long-range RWD Model 3 for the Chinese market Tesla is now producing and selling the long-range rear-wheel drive version of its Model 3 electric vehicle at its Shanghai factory, a month after receiving approval from the Chinese government. The move might not be a milestone, but it’s notable because Tesla […]

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Cloudflare is giving away its security tools to US political campaigns

Cloudflare is giving away its security tools to US political campaigns Network security giant Cloudflare said it will provide its free security tools and services to U.S. political campaigns, as part of its efforts to secure upcoming elections against cyberattacks and election interference. The company said its new Cloudflare for Campaigns offering […]

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A bug in Microsoft’s login system put users at risk of account hijacks

A bug in Microsoft’s login system put users at risk of account hijacks Microsoft has fixed a vulnerability in its login system, which security researchers say could have been used to trick unsuspecting victims into giving over complete access to their online accounts. The bug allowed attackers to quietly steal account tokens, […]

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