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  • First-of-Its-Kind US Nuclear Waste Dump Marks 20 Years
  • Which Programming Language Has The Most Security Vulnerabilties?
  • Can We Build Ethics Into Automated Decision-Making?
  • Cities In India Ban 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' Over Fears It Turns Children Into 'Psychopaths'
  • New App Gives Free Movie Tickets To People Who Watch 15 Minutes of Ads
  • Is Social Media Losing Ground To Email Newsletters?
  • 'It Took 10 Seconds For Instagram To Push Me Into an Anti-Vaxx Rabbit Hole'
  • Mueller Report 'Summary' Delivered to US Congress
  • GoFundMe Bans Anti-Vaccine Campaigns
  • Fermi Satellite Clocks Pulsar Going 2.5 Million Miles Per Hour
  • The Washington Post Asks: Should 8chan Be Considered a Terrorist Recuiting Site?
  • Elon Musk Makes Surprise Visit To Flint, Michigan Elementary School
  • 82-Year-Old Pope Francis Is 'First Pope To Write a Line of Code'
  • More Than One Reality Exists (in Quantum Physics)
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  • How to Install OpenLDAP on Ubuntu Server 18.04
  • Managing Changes in Open Source Projects
  • CI/CD Gets Governance and Standardization
  • A Musical Tour of Hints and Tools for Debugging Host Networks
  • Top 10 New Linux SBCs to Watch in 2019
  • Why Unikernels Are Great for DevOps
  • Datapractices.org Joins the Linux Foundation to Advance Best Practices and Offers Open Courseware Across Data Ecosystem
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  • The Register sguniiztrii
    Mart 25, 2019, 6:25 GMT

  • Geiger counters are so last summer. Lasers can detect radioactive material too, y'know
  • Looking for super speed from Optane? It's doable but quite difficult
  • Slack slings crypto-keys at big biz, union gets worked over, VPN owners probed, trolls trouble vets, and more
  • Uncle Sam's disaster agency FEMA creates disaster of its own: 2.3 million survivors' personal records spilled
  • US prosecutors whack another three charges on list against ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch over $11bn HP biz gobble
  • Security storm brewing for Oracle Java-powered smart cards: More than a dirty dozen flaws found, fixes... er, any fixes?
  • Google sparks online outcry after its currency converter goes haywire for third time this year
  • Netflix wants to choose its own adventure where Bandersnatch trademark case magically vanishes
  • Not quite the Bake Off they were expecting: Canadian seniors served weed-infused brownies
  • Facebook's at it again: Internal emails show it knew about Cambridge Analytica abuse 'months' before news broke
  • Falling NAND prices to drive NVMe SSD uptake, say industry watchers
  • Debate around Huawei espionage fears in UK about as clear as those darn Brexit negotiations
  • Campaigners cry foul over NHS Digital plans to grant policy wonks and researchers access to patient-level data
  • Children of Wales to be prepped for the vibrant world of work with free Office 365 ProPlus
  • TV piracy ring walks the plank after Euro cops launch 14 raids and shutter 11 data centres
  • Pre-checked cookie boxes don't count as valid consent, says adviser to top EU court
  • Russian sailors maroon themselves in Bristol Channel after drunken dinghy ride goes awry
  • Oracle spaffed $30bn on buybacks over the past 9 months, but analysts warn it can't last forever
  • Top personnel general joined Capita months after firm won its Army recruiting IT contract
  • O2 brings forth a Friday fail for some unlucky UK customers
  • Terrified of network downtime? Connectivity collapse? Let analytics banish fear of outages
  • Altered carbon: Boffins automate DNA storage with decent density – but lousy latency
  • UK.gov admits it was slow to intervene in Verify's abject failure to meet user targets
  • What's holding up the 5G utopia in Britain? Quite a lot, actually
  • Chap joins elite support team, solves what no one else can. Is he invited back? Is he f**k
  • Our amazing industry-leading AI was too dumb to detect the New Zealand massacre live vid, Facebook shrugs
  • Hey, what's Mandarin for 'WTF is going on?' Nokia phones caught spewing device IDs to China, software blunder blamed
  • We fought through the crowds to try Oculus's new VR goggles so you don't have to bother (and frankly, you shouldn't)
  • LOL EPA OIG NDA WTF: Eco-watchdog's auditors barred from seeing own agency's cloud security report by gagging order
  • Don't have a heart attack but your implanted defibrillator can be hacked over the air (by someone who really wants you dead)
  • 'Sharing of user data is routine, yet far from transparent' is not what you want to hear about medical apps. But 2019 is gonna 2019
  • Autopilot engineer drove off to Chinese rival with our top-secret blueprints in the glovebox, Tesla claims in sueball
  • Super-crook admits he nicked $122m from Facebook, Google by sending staff fake invoices for tech kit
  • Let's spin Facebook's Wheel of Misfortune! Clack-clack-clack... clack... You've won '100s of millions of passwords stored in plaintext'
  • Kaspersky Lab takes bite out of Apple in Russia over borked parental controls app
  • Memory glut crisis almost over, weeps Micron as Q2 results crank shares up 8%
  • Live Regcast: Ex-CISO and coal-face engineer Scott King shares his advice on becoming a pragmatic security leader
  • Brit Police Federation cops to ransomware attack on HQ systems
  • New phisherman's friends and a few old favourites slither out of WatchGuard's Security Report
  • Brekkie TV host Lorraine Kelly wins IR35 ruling against HMRC, adds fuel to freelance techies' ire over tax reforms
  • Overheard at a Brit mobe network: On the count of Three UK, smile and say, er... we lost how many customers?
  • 'It's full of beer!' Miracle fridge reveals itself to pals tuckered out from cleaning flooded cabin
  • Brit Parliament online orifice overwhelmed by Brexit bashers
  • Cloudera sets its sights on $1bn revenues after Hortonworks slurp gave Wall Street the willies
  • New phone who dis? Facial recognition models more farcical despite progress
  • Azure thing at last: Windows Virtual Desktop takes to the cloudy stage
  • Windows Defender ATP is dead. Long live Microsoft Defender ATP
  • Don't become another expensive statistic: Learn how to tackle cyber-criminals, at SANS London next month
  • Who pressured WHO to put gaming on a par with drug addiction to help silence political dissent? Oh hi there, China
  • DRAM, bam, thank you Sam: Like a Flashbolt from the blue, Samsung flaunts its fastest RAM




  • Linux Journal News sguniiztrii
    Mart 25, 2019, 6:37 GMT

  • CodeWeavers Announces CrossOver 18.5.0, RaspEX Kodi Build 190321 Released, Seven Devices from ThinkPenguin Receive the FSF's Respects Your Freedom Certification, GNU Parallel 20190322 Is Out and Facebook Stored Millions of Passwords in Plain Text
  • LibreOffice 6.2.2 Released, New PocketBeagle SBC, Google Enforcing Permissions Rules on Apps, OpenShot 2.4.4 Now Available and DataPractices.org Has Joined The Linux Foundation
  • New Version of PuTTY Fixes Several Vulnerabilities, Google Announces the Stadia Cloud Gaming Service, Save the Internet Day March 23, Google Fined $1.49 Billion and NVIDIA Launches the Jetson Nano
  • Firefox 66 Now Available, the Kodi Foundation Joins the Linux Foundation, Nextcloud Founder Writes Open Letter against the EU Copyright Directive, Tetrate Hosting First Server Mesh Industry Conference and SiFive Announces HiFive 1 Revision B Dev Board
  • Khronos Releases OpenXR 0.90, Solus 4 Fortitude Now Available, Geary 3.32 Released, Linux Kernel 5.1-rc1 Is Out, Opera Announces Opera 60 Beta
  • The JS Foundation and Node.js Foundation Have Merged to Form the Open JS Foundation, GNOME 3.32 Now Available, Qt 5.12.2 Patch Release, Kernel Update for Ubuntu 14.04, Debian GNU/Linux Project Leader Nominations
  • Tetrate Launched, Google Chrome 73 Released, Godot 3.1 Is Now Available, Enroll to Try Android Q Beta, and Pi Day Live Stream Event and Contest
  • Streamlio Launches Streamlio Cloud, Firefox Announces Firefox Send, GraphQL Foundation Collaborating with the Joint Development Foundation, the Fedora Project Is Sponsoring Libravatar and the Linux Foundation Announces Community Bridge
  • The Linux Foundation Announces the CHIPS Alliance, Raspberry Pi-Driven Dream Machine, Purism's Librem 5 Phone to Have Lockdown Mode, Avidemux 2.7.2 Now Available and sway 1.0 Released
  • Audacity's New Version 2.3.1 Restores Linux Support, NVIDIA Is Acquiring Mellanox, Flickr Announces All CC-Licensed Images Will Be Protected, ExTiX 19.3 Released and Two Fedora Test Days




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