Internet Giants Threaten to End Service in Hong Kong over Proposed Data Protection Law
"Facebook, Twitter, and Google have reportedly warned the Hong Kong government that they may stop offering their services in the city if Hong Kong authorities proceed with implementing data-protection laws seeking to combat doxing."
Amazon Echo Dots Store a Wealth of Data—Even After a Reset
"Thinking about selling your smart speaker? Be aware that you can't completely delete personal content from the device."
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Facebook blocks #Revolution hashtag on July 4th weekend
Audacity Is Now A Possible Spyware, Remove It ASAP
"The famous open source audio manipulation program was acquired by a company named Muse Group two months ago. The same company owns other projects in its"
Canada's Orwellian “pre-crime” Hate Speech Bill - And Other Weekly News from the Global Dystopia - Activist Post
"The proposed law is full of language that is nice and vague, just the way they like it."
New "non-bias" social app GETTR hits top 20 in App Store charts ahead of official July 4 launch
"The pro-free speech app has hit the ground running."
US Businesses Targeted in Massive Ransomware Attack
"US businesses will have a busy Fourth of July holiday weekend as a ransomware attack has hit them. Investigations are still ongoing.
Another 0-Day Looms for Many Western Digital Users – Krebs on Security
YouTube censors video of Nobel Prize winner Dr. Satoshi Ōmura discussing ivermectin
"He won the prize for his work that led to the development of ivermectin."
Cops play copyrighted music to prevent videos appearing on YouTube
"An attempt to prevent videos going viral."