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Australian Prime Minister said parliament and the country's three largest political parties were hacked by a "sophisticated state actor" ahead of federal elections

Morrison told parliament Monday that in his investigation of parliamentary piracy, the authorities in charge of cybersecurity "also learned that the networks of some political parties, liberals, workers and nationals, also had been affected ". Security agencies "have acted decisively… Continue Reading →

A decree to boost AI in federal agencies runs out of details

Topics today include President Trump's signature of an order to strengthen artificial intelligence in federal agencies, and the partnership between Ericsson and Intel on a 5G platform. On February 11, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to strengthen the… Continue Reading →

POTUS signs an order to strengthen AI in federal agencies

On February 11, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to strengthen the role of the US government in the development of artificial intelligence. The order, described in a fact sheet provided by the Office of Science and Technology Policy… Continue Reading →

Amazon made $ 11.2 billion in profits in 2018, but will not pay any federal income tax and will receive a $ 129 million rebate due to unspecified tax credits

Amazon, the ubiquitous provider of two-day delivery of almost everything, has nearly doubled its profits, from $ 5.6 billion the year before to $ 11.2 billion in 2018 and has again not paid a single cent of the federal income… Continue Reading →

Amazon earned a profit of $ 11.2 billion in 2018 – and the federal tax code is $ 0

Amazon has had a bad week, but there is some consolation for tech titan – it will not pay a single cent of income tax for the $ 11.2 billion gain it made last year. The online stores and tech… Continue Reading →

Sources: Two teams of federal officials gathered to secure electoral infrastructure and fight foreign influence are significantly reduced

Two teams of federal officials meeting to fight foreign interference in the elections are being drastically reduced, according to three current and former officials of the Department of Homeland Security. And now, these sources fear that the ministry is not… Continue Reading →

Trump will sign a decree of the American AI Initiative that will prioritize federal funding for AI, create resources for AI researchers, set standards, and so on.

Artificial intelligence may have been invented in the United States, but other countries, including China, Canada, and France, have taken greater steps to safeguard and leverage technology in recent years. President Donald Trump will seek to change this today by… Continue Reading →

Federal prosecutors and the US court in Seattle agree to publish information on warrantless surveillance applications, disclose the number of cases and the crime being investigated

The public will learn how often federal investigators in Seattle get confidential information about your communications, such as the people you have called and when, as a result of a request for release of documents brought by an EFF customer…. Continue Reading →

DHS issues a rare "emergency" directive directing federal agencies to secure DNS record identification information; sources: six agencies have seen malicious DNS activity

Written by Sean Lyngaas January 22, 2019 | CYBERSCOOP The Department of Homeland Security has issued a rare "emergency" directive directing federal civilian agencies to secure login credentials for their Internet domain registrations. DHS issued the order on Tuesday afternoon,… Continue Reading →

These are all HTTPS federal websites that will soon expire due to the closure of the US government.

At TechCrunch, we like to think of ourselves as nerds, which is why we present them to you. When shutting down the government, security experts found that several federal websites were returning browser errors because the TLS certificate, which illuminates… Continue Reading →

Trump signs the OPEN Government Data Act, urging federal agencies to make public data by default, where possible, and publish it in machine-readable format

The federal government produces a huge amount of data, but despite discouraging considerations of usability, it is unlikely that this data will be available in a way that is useful to anyone. That could change for the better with the… Continue Reading →

Federal authorities relax rules on drone flights over people and at night

Federal officials intend to ease the restrictions imposed on small UAV flights over crowds and at night, which would boost the commercial use of unmanned aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration presented Monday draft rules allowing drone operators to perform these… Continue Reading →

The arrest of the government of President Trump breaks federal websites

Dozens of federal government websites are not functioning properly due to the government's ongoing closure, reported BuzzFeed News on Friday, including those of the US Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and some NASA Web pages. from the Ministry of Justice…. Continue Reading →

You may be paying too much for smartphones, according to the Federal Trade Commission

Smartphones have become ultra expensive in recent years. The Federal Trade Commission thinks it's the fault of Qualcomm, mainly for charging companies far too much for its patented technologies. (Tero Vesalainen | Pixabay) The price of a flagship smartphone has… Continue Reading →

A federal court of appeal said, in a 3-0 decision, that a Virginia politician had violated the Constitution by temporarily blocking a critique of his Facebook page

(Reuters) – A federal appeals court said Monday that a Virginia politician violated the constitution by temporarily blocking a criticism of his Facebook page, a move that could affect President Donald Trump's appeal against a similar decision. New York. A… Continue Reading →

Hundreds of federal scientists miss conferences at the stop

The largest airborne observatory in the world was to park in Seattle this week. Thousands of scientists participating in the "Super Bowl of Astronomy" could contemplate this wonder: a Boeing 747 equipped with a massive telescope used to study the… Continue Reading →

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