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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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Congress is holding hearings today on SESTA, a bill that poses a major threat to sites like reddit that host user-generated content
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For weeks, Equifax customer service has been directing victims to a fake phishing site
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Apple cuts cookies – but there is more to come in the online advertising arms race: Apple’s latest software update has enraged companies who have been using cookies to track users across the web
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Equifax has been directing victims to a fake phishing site for weeks.
318
Google to buy part of HTC's smartphone operations for around $1 billion
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Equifax Has Been Sending Consumers to a Fake Phishing Site for Almost Two Weeks
738
Turning Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11's Control Center Doesn't Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
50
Equifax Confirms Another 'Security Incident'
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Distrustful U.S. allies force NSA to drop weak encryption from ISO proposal
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Ebay is banning watermarks on ALL products
139
Tesla is working with AMD to develop its own A.I. chip for self-driving cars, says source.
47
Genetically Modified Immune Cells Have Killed a Patient, Halting Two Cutting-Edge Trials
86
Turning Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11's Control Center Doesn’t Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
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Ford is using Microsoft’s HoloLens to design cars in augmented reality
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CCleaner Malware second payload discovered
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Internet Giants Face New Political Resistance in Washington - "After years of largely avoiding regulation, businesses like Facebook, Google and Amazon are a focus of lawmakers, some of whom are criticizing the expanding power of big tech companies and their role in the 2016 election."
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SpaceX seeks to trademark the name ‘Starlink’ for satellite broadband network - "a constellation of thousands of satellites that would be launched into low Earth orbit."
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Massive Equifax hack reportedly started 4 months before it was detected
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WhatsApp reportedly refused to build a backdoor for the UK government
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How to Hack a Turned-Off Computer, or Running Unsigned Code in Intel Management Engine | Black Hat Europe 2017
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The CCleaner Malware Fiasco Targeted at Least 20 Specific Tech Firms
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Distrustful U.S. allies force spy agency to back down in encryption row
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Why didn’t Equifax protect your data? Because corporations have all the power. The hack revealed how little control consumers have these days.
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HTC is halting trade of its shares in anticipation of expected takeover
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Tesla is reportedly developing its own chip with AMD for self-driving cars
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Busting the myth that net neutrality hampers investment
4
5 Most Expensive Tech Blunders: how simple mistakes led to massive losses
3
Apple iOS 11 Has 25 Great Secret Features
6
Equifax tweets fake phishing site to concerned customers
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Why the United States was wide open to a disaster like Equifax - The over-reliance on Social Security numbers for authentication has made hacking systems such as Equifax's appealing, placing consumers at the losing end
30
JPMorgan helps clients buy Bitcoin despite CEO calling Bitcoin 'a fraud'
2
Pi startup makes a working wireless charger that can charge 4 devices at once from up to a foot away.
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With the World Wide Web Consortium captured by the copyright industry, who will step up to lead web development next?
22
All-electric Hummer unveiled by Kreisel and Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Tear down the tracking wall: We are forced to be digitally undressed, analysed and influenced by an opaque industry
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Google/HTC deal is official, Google to acquire part of HTC’s smartphone team
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Twitter Will Meet With Senate Intelligence Committee on Russia
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Saudi Arabia lifts ban on Skype, WhatsApp, and other messaging apps
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Comcast, AT&T Are Paying Minority Groups To Support Killing Net Neutrality
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Altice USA Broadens Reach of Low-Cost Broadband Option. Now offers 30 Mbps, $14.99/month service in its Optimum and Suddenlink footprints
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T-Mobile Confirms It Will Now Slow You Down After 50 GB
14 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.