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According to Microsoft, Fancy Bear, which is linked to Russia, has targeted European research groups and think tanks working on issues such as electoral security and nuclear policy.

SEATTLE – A group of hackers associated with Russian intelligence has targeted civil society groups in Europe ahead of the May elections, Microsoft said Tuesday. The attacks, leaked by Microsoft in a blog post, show the continuation of a massive… Continue Reading →

MPs immerse themselves in virtual reality issues

Copyright of the image Getty Images Legend Virtual reality is being integrated into a range of industries but remains unregulated, MPs have been heard Experts called for more regulation of immersive technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality… Continue Reading →

Automatic license plate readers, formerly reserved for law enforcement, are now being used by private citizens, raising fears of abuse and new legal and ethical issues.

The state of supervision is no longer limited to the state. For years, police services have been monitoring people's cars with the help of cameras that record the license plate number of each passing vehicle. Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San… Continue Reading →

EU orders reminder of children's smart watch due to serious confidentiality issues

Image: European Commission For the first time, EU authorities have announced their intention to recall a product from the European market due to a data privacy issue. The product is Safe-KID-One, a children's smartwatch produced by the German electronics supplier… Continue Reading →

Microsoft affected by global cloud connection issues

Microsoft has encountered a global cloud service problem, including Office 365, Azure Portal, Dynamics 365, and LinkedIn, preventing many users from connecting to cloud services. The problem started this morning at 7:15 am Sydney time and would have impacted many… Continue Reading →

Internal sources and documents describe how Facebook makes moderators aware of political issues and possible "public relations fires" in different elections.

This article is part of a series of motherboards on moderation strategies of Facebook content. You can read the rest of the cover here. In anticipation of elections, Facebook becomes a battleground. Russian troll farms have flooded the platform with… 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 →

AMD Comments on Threadripper 2990WX Planning Issues

This site may generate affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Since AMD launched its Threadripper 2990WX, we've been wondering about its effectiveness in adapting to multithreaded workloads. Initially, the performance declines and slowdowns of some… Continue Reading →

USB-C headsets were virtually absent at CES 2019, failing due to persistent compatibility issues and lack of quality hardware.

In a sea of ​​truly 3D wireless audio products and headphones, USB Type-C earphones were nowhere in sight at CES 2019. This absence, however, is not an accident. It is rather the deafening silence of an abandoned category of products…. Continue Reading →

Microsoft has avoided the scrutiny of privacy issues that have caught rivals by collaborating with regulators and advocating its own solutions.

Quietly but with confidence, Microsoft is back. For the first time in almost a decade, this is the most valuable company in the world, while his rival Apple stumbles. He has been praised for his intelligent focus in AI and… Continue Reading →

Apple issues earnings warning for the first time since 2007

Apple has reduced its sales forecast for its last quarter. Chief Executive Tim Cook blamed the slowdown in iPhone sales in China, whose economy has been slowed by uncertainties over trade relations between the two countries. The news rocked Apple's… Continue Reading →

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