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Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread
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House Democrats Join Everyone Else in Letting Equifax Off Easy for Catastrophic Hack
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Ajit Pai’s Plan Will Take Broadband Away From Poor People
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Toyota Develops New Magnet for Electric Motors, Aiming for 50 per cent Reduction in use of Critical Rare-earth Elements
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More Than Half Of U.S. States Now Pushing Their Own Net Neutrality Rules
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The aftermath of the Parkland mass shooting exemplifies the ugly side of social media - Bots. Conspiracy theories. Bullying. We’re seeing it all.
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Billionaire Richard Branson: A.I. is going to eliminate jobs and free cash handouts will be necessary
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Broadband speeds in the US are slower than in almost every other country
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Samsung unveils world’s largest SSD with whopping 30TB of storage. It’s the most memory ever crammed into a 2.5-inch form factor — enough to store 5,700 full HD movies
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The FCC’s repeal of net neutrality will officially enter the Federal Register this week. There’s a massive online protest planned on Feb 27 to overturn it.
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The ESA says preserving old online games isn't 'necessary'
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The “Black Mirror” scenarios that are leading some experts to call for more secrecy on AI - Artificial intelligence could sway elections, help Big Brother, and make hackers way more dangerous, suggests a new report.
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Cambridge University researchers release an online game to help teach media literacy and "vaccinate" against fake news
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Facebook Is Losing Younger Users at an Even Faster Than Expected Rate
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Mercedes diesel probe in U.S. finds possible 'defeat' software, paper says
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10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018
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Turkey announces plans to develop unmanned tanks
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Intel plans $5 billion investment in Israel by 2020: minister
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Spotify job listing hints the company’s ‘first physical products’ are coming
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How Much Is Too Much When It Comes to Self-Disclosure? A condition called privacy fatigue may lead you to let down your filters
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Italy’s Communications Regulator AgCom Says 2017 Was The Year Of Fake News Globally
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S.A. Labor shoots for 75% renewables, 25% storage target : RenewEconomy
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AI ripe for exploitation, experts warn
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FCC Concludes Satellite Internet Is Good Enough for Rural Broadband
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Microsoft just put another nail in the coffin for Windows phones
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26 global experts sound the alarm over the malicious use of AI in new 100-page report
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U.S. cable giant Charter tries to wiggle out of 'crap ISP' legal battle now that net neutrality is dead.
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AT&T names Atlanta, Dallas and Waco first of 12 US cities to get 5G wireless
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Careful with the 'virtual hugs' says new FreeBSD Code of Conduct
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The Geeks Who Put a Stop to Pennsylvania's Partisan Gerrymandering
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Collecting user data while protecting user privacy (or, lying can be good)
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Alt-right leaders can no longer spread disinformation on Medium
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Young Brits 'lack cyber-security awareness' - More than 52% of Britons aged 18-25 are using the same password for lots of online services, suggests a survey. By doing so they make it easy for hackers to hijack accounts, warned the UK government's Cyber Aware campaign.
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This Tiny Egg-Shaped House Makes It Easy To Live Sustainably Off The Grid
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This Solar-Powered RV Runs Without Fuel Or Charging Stations
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All The UK Tech Conferences and Events for 2018
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Door-opening dog bot beats meddling human
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Money Laundering Via Author Impersonation on Amazon?
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Man sues Microsoft seeking new copy of Windows 7 after forced Windows 10 upgrade
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Trump Can’t Save Coal: More Capacity Closed Already in 2018 Than in Obama’s Entire First Term - “Beautiful, clean coal” is not seeing a resurgence, despite what the president claims.
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New type of sensor measures battery temperature so they are recharged five times faster
15 smartfon According to this California legislation: 1. ISP can continue to collect your private data and share it with others by inserting a line in their TOS that says you consent to it. I haven't seen anything that would prevent them from doing that. Correct me if I'm wrong, please. 2. ISP won't be allowed to offer you a $30/mo more expensive plan that doesn't collect your data. Keep in mind, they can still insert the consent line in TOS and have you sign it. This means the California legislation is most likely doing *more harm than good, if we look at it realistically*. If they didn't ban ISP's right to offer privacy for $30/mo per month, at least some people would be able to preserve their privacy in practice. Now, ISP will just shove it down their throats with TOS. The media will sell this as a glorious attempt to save our privacy, but I won't be buying it.