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  • Search Engine Findx Shuts Down
  • Predatory Lending is Crushing Small Businesses
  • BFR Renamed; Elon Musk's Use of Cannabis to Blame for NASA Safety Review at SpaceX and Boeing
  • Saudi Crown Prince Faces Opposition at Home, but Support From the White House
  • NASA has Chosen the Landing Site for its Life-Hunting 2020 Mars Rover
  • New York City Subway and Bus Services Have Entered 'Death Spiral', Experts Say
  • Widely Used Reference for the Human Genome is Missing 300 Million Bits of DNA
  • Health Care Providers – Not Hackers – Leak More of Your Data
  • China Diverted and Spied on Australia's Internet Traffic
  • Sparrow-sized Raptors Left the Smallest Dinosaur Footprints Ever Found
  • BigRep Rolls out 3D-Printed Electric Motorcycle Prototype
  • Do You Even Bake, Bro?
  • New Technology Paves the Way for Quicker Road Repairs
  • Amazon HQ Expansion Means Tough Fight for Talent
  • Oil Extraction Likely Triggered Mid-Century Earthquakes in L.A.
  • Scientists Explain How Wombats Drop Cubed Poop
  • Doomed Star in Milky Way Threatens Rare Gamma-Ray Burst
  • New Finding of Particle Physics May Help to Explain the Absence of Antimatter
  • Georgian Company Invents New, Greener Tire Recycling Process
  • Hitman 2’s Denuvo Protection Cracked Three Days Before Launch
  • SuperCooKey – A SuperCookie Built Into TLS 1.2 and 1.3 [Updated]
  • Facebook Increasingly Reliant on A.I. To Predict Suicide Risk
  • Quebec Literary Prize Cancelled due to Amazon Protest
  • NASA to Pay Private Space Companies for Moon Rides
  • Cryptogold Costs
  • New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows ‘Lifesaving’ Potential
  • Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe
  • Hemimastigotes: A New Kingdom of Eukaryotic Microbes
  • No Evidence to Support Link Between Violent Video Games and Behaviour
  • More on Royole's Foldable Smartphone, the FlexPai
  • Make-A-Wish Website Crammed with Coin-Mining Malware
  • Star Citizen Hits $200 Million in Crowdfunding
  • China's Lab-Grown Diamonds Look Good
  • Dynamic Audiovisuals Increase Spectator Attention, but Inhibits Conscious Processing
  • Spectre, Meltdown Researchers Unveil 7 More Speculative Execution Attacks
  • We Need an FDA For Algorithms
  • What the Boston School Bus Schedule Can Teach Us About AI
  • Drinking Coffee May Reduce Your Chances of Developing Alzheimer's, Parkinson's
  • When Space Science Becomes a Political Liability
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  • Cygnus Spacecraft Delivers 3D Printer with Recycling Capability to the ISS
  • China Unveils Design for $5 Billion Particle Smasher
  • ASUS Comments on Intel Shortages, U.S.-China Trade War
  • Fuel Protests in France
  • First Major Rain in Centuries Triggers Wave of Death in Earth's Driest Desert
  • Walk, Don’t Run, on Martian Moon Phobos
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  • 1,700 lucky Brit kids to visit Apple Stores for 'Year of Engineering'
  • Holograms to Match of the Day: Huawei shindig shows 5G is still playing all things to all people
  • Facebook to appeal against ICO fine – says it's a matter of principle not to pay 18 mins' profit
  • TalkTalk's 1.5bn 3-million home fibre broadband hopes on ice for now
  • Sage CEO: 60m says we can convert more folk to Business Cloud
  • 3 is the magic number (of bits): Flip 'em at once and your ECC protection has been Rowhammer'd
  • Is Google's Pixel getting better, or just more expensive?
  • Microsoft: You looking at me funny? Oh, you just want to sign in
  • Technical foul: Amazon suffers data snafu days before Black Friday, emails world+dog
  • Fancy Bear hacker crew Putin dirty RATs in Word documents emailed to govt orgs – report
  • Merry Christmas, you filthy directors: ICO granted powers to fine bosses for spam calls
  • New era for Japan, familiar problems: Microsoft withdraws crash-tastic patches
  • Big data at sea: How the Royal Navy charts the world's oceans
  • When selling security awareness training by email, probably a good shout not to hit 'reply all'
  • Well that's just spliffing: UK Amazon merchants peddling Mary Jane
  • Real talk: You're gonna have to get real about real-time analytics if you wanna make IoT work
  • Talk about a cache flow problem: This JavaScript can snoop on other browser tabs to work out what you're visiting
  • If you're using Dell EMC Avamar, even in VMware's vSphere, you need to grab and install these security updates
  • Infosec's Thanksgiving turkey triumvirate: Tesla, Tumblr, Trump (as in Ivanka)... and tons more
  • Australia's 'snoop minister' wants crypto-busting law probe wound up, proposals back into parliament
  • Let's have a look-see, Pure. Sales, up. Staff, growing. Forecasts, beat. Projections, rising. Profit... oh look at the time, gotta run, cya...
  • What the #!/%* is that rogue Raspberry Pi doing plugged into my company's server room, sysadmin despairs
  • LastPass? More like lost pass. Or where the fsck has it gone pass. Five-hour outage drives netizens bonkers
  • Oracle sued by app sales rep: I made tens of millions for Larry, then fired for being neither young nor male – claim
  • Did you hear? There's a critical security hole that lets web pages hijack computers. Of course it's Adobe Flash's fault
  • Microsoft's edgy Open Enclave SDK goes cross platform
  • Joe Public wants NHS to spend its cash on cancer, mental health, not digital services
  • Can you trust an AI data trust not to slurp your data?
  • Big Falcon Namechange for Musk's rocket: BFR becomes Starship
  • Capita, Serco, Sopra Steria to write cheat-sheets for UK.gov in case they collapse
  • Microsoft snaps up FSLogix to paint go-faster stripes on virtualized Office
  • SAP claims French robo minnow Contextor slurp will slash clicks needed in its ERP software
  • Germany pushes router security rules, OpenWRT and CCC push back
  • A 5G day may come when the courage of cable and DSL fails ... but it is not this day
  • Busy week for ISS as Russia resumes flights and vies for parking spaces with NASA
  • UK's national Airwave terminal procurement framework awarded to Motorola and Sepura
  • Windows 10 goes into the Light and Cortana MIA as Microsoft buys chatbot bods XOXCO
  • Pure Storage: You thought we were just good for hot flash? Feel our cooling hybrid cloud
  • TalkTalk hackhack duoduo thrownthrown in the coolercooler: 'Talented' pair sentenced for ransacking ISP
  • From directory traversal to direct travesty: Crash, hijack, siphon off this TP-Link VPN box via classic exploitable bugs
  • As losses narrow, nbn™ says business will drive growth in ARPU (that'll be how much it extracts from each punter)
  • Linux kernel Spectre V2 defense fingered for massively slowing down unlucky apps on Intel Hyper-Thread CPUs
  • Microsoft confirms: We fixed Azure by turning it off and on again. PS: Office 362 is still borked
  • Behold, the world's most popular programming language – and it is...wait, er, YAML?!?
  • Symantec execs cooked the books to protect their fat bonuses, investor lawsuit alleges
  • Using a free VPN? Why not skip the middleman and just send your data to President Xi?
  • Health secretary Matt Hancock assembles brains trust: OK, guys. Let's cure NHS IT
  • China examines antitrust probe thrust into Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron: Claims to see 'massive evidence'
  • Britain may not be able to fend off a determined cyber-attack, MPs warn
  • Hortonworks faces sueball over Cloudera merger

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  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
  • FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • FSF takes international day of action for a Day Without DRM on September 18th
  • Eleventh annual LibrePlanet conference set for March 23-24, 2019
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  • LibrePlanet free software conference celebrates 10th anniversary, this weekend at MIT, March 24-25
  • Free Software Foundation releases FY2016 Annual Report
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million donation from Pineapple Fund
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  • Italian cops destroy ‘mafia’ homes, residents claim persecution ‘like Jews under Mussolini’ (VIDEOS)
  • What do we know about 'Sascha'? - Get to know ATP finals champion Alexander Zverev (VIDEO)
  • ‘Make it hurt’: Police raid underground BDSM club in Russia (VIDEO)
  • Liberal journalists rejoice as controversial British blogger Graham Phillips banned from Twitter
  • ‘Great Gatsby’ Bollywood star spends $500k to relieve 1,400 farmers of debt
  • A Russian not becoming head of Interpol is bigger news than the person who did
  • Welcome to dictatorship? What lies behind France's controversial 'fake news' law
  • Finger lickin' good?: Former Manchester United defender Evra fondles raw turkey in bizarre video
  • White House authorizes border troops to use lethal force – report
  • Senators propose change of doctrine so Russia could respond with nukes to any ‘strategic strike’
  • Khabib 'could fight Floyd' when UFC contract expires but Mayweather needs 'life insurance' - manager
  • Google goes dark? Mysterious error brings down internet search giant in parts of US & Europe
  • Playing as black: Norwegian chess sensation Carlsen bruises eye ahead of crunch match
  • $383.5mn wiped off Manchester Utd value after disastrous day in the markets
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa ‘getting straighter by year,’ experts warn
  • Rage against the machine: RTD explores how black Americans are fighting the system through music
  • Some kind of magic: Moscow legislator proposes to blacklist ‘phony wizards’
  • Two weeks in Nigerian red tape limbo: RT documentary crew finally returns home
  • A rabbi walks into a football stadium... and studies religious text, sparking jokes online
  • Russian football fans witness racist abuse less often than in UK, says extensive new study
  • Vote down my deal and ‘risk no Brexit at all’: Theresa May warns MPs
  • Pizza and chopsticks: D&G catwalk show in China cancelled after ‘racist ad’ outcry
  • California is burning: Black Hawk aerial footage reveals charred landscape (VIDEO)
  • Russian legislators seek to tighten youth gun laws following Kerch massacre
  • Trump praises Saudi Arabia for lowering oil prices, urges cheaper crude
  • Goliath v Goliath: ‘Scariest man on the planet’ set to take on ‘Iranian Hulk’ in MMA match
  • ‘Gap too wide’? Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian peace plan ‘a waste of time,’ says justice minister
  • Duty to warn: US spies pressed to tell if they knew of Saudi plot against journalist Khashoggi
  • American missionary slain by volley of arrows from ‘world’s most dangerous tribe’
  • ‘Warm gesture’: Israeli footballers give mascots their jackets on freezing night in Scotland (VIDEO)
  • ‘Muslim go home’: London thugs convicted of beating up Italian barman after mistaking his religion
  • ‘Limited time’ left on Earth – Israeli minister threatens to kill Hamas leader
  • More British troops will head to Ukraine to ‘defend democracy’ – Williamson set to announce
  • ‘Women dare not walk the streets’: Migrant spat in Bundestag, as AfD leader lashes out at Merkel
  • ‘The dignity of livestock’: Swiss going to the polls over divisive cow-horn debate
  • INFERNO on Brooklyn Bridge as vehicles collide, shutting down traffic (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • BuzzFeed gets free biology lesson after promoting bra for big-boobed...‘PEOPLE’?!
  • Pedophile football referee charged with molesting over 300 boys in Norway's biggest sex abuse case
  • Fed injecting ‘monetary heroin’ into economy created biggest bubble ever – Schiff to RT’s Boom Bust
  • Usain Bolt linked with shock move to Mexican team managed by Maradona
  • Five years on from Euromaidan: Did ordinary Ukrainians benefit from the Western-backed ‘revolution’?
  • Father of invention: Chinese creator wins over millions with incredibly useless devices (VIDEO)
  • Flag fury: Chinese runner accused of ‘lack of patriotism’ during controversial end to marathon
  • ‘I’m going to come back!’ F3 racer Floersch vows track return after horror crash
  • Contrary to Trump's bashing, ‘Pakistan is more a victim of Afghan war than its creator’
  • Walking on #MeToo eggshells? British star Taron Egerton says he now avoids being alone with women
  • Brussels rejects Italy budget, paves way for sanctions
  • British student jailed for life for ‘spying’ on UAE, UK warns of ‘repercussions’
  • Sanctions? Russian economy jumps 2.5% in October thanks to robust agricultural & industrial results
  • ‘God of chaos’: Milky Way star on the brink of massive gamma-ray supernova explosion
  • Near-naked blonde shows off by jumping into frozen lake, but... ouch (VIRAL VIDEO)
  • Husband of UFC fighter Rachael Ostovich ‘arrested for attempted murder’ after alleged attack on wife
  • ‘No-deal Brexit would be voted down’ – Rudd undermines May with embarrassing admission
  • Market mayhem: Dow down 550 points, tech wrecked, losing over $1tn in value
  • Tennis ace Venus Williams settles 'wrongful death' lawsuit over pensioner death car smash
  • Saudis can get away with anything 'as long as they bribe Washington'
  • Saudi-led war in Yemen has left 85,000 children dead – report
  • UN environment head resigns after spending almost $500,000 on air travel in less than 2 years
  • Japan, South Korea to resume Iranian oil shipments in January
  • Plane RIPS MAN APART on runway while taking off at Moscow airport
  • South Korea’s Kim Jong Yang chosen as Interpol chief after US outcry against Russian candidate
  • Alien bacteria & a drowning Italian: 5 craziest things from first 20 years on the ISS
  • Walmart wants a refund from Republican senator after 'public hanging' joke
  • Trump says he ‘does not know anything’ about Assange, gets called out on hypocrisy
  • Leeds students too delicate to deal with CAPS or direct instructions from teachers
  • Female genital mutilation can’t be banned at federal level, judge says
  • McDonalds employee filmed screaming at black teens to get out with gunman outside (VIDEO)
  • Senators ask Trump to investigate if MBS was responsible for Khashoggi's death
  • Used & repackaged condom racket busted in China
  • A dish best served hot: Woman minces ex's body & cooks it with rice
  • ‘Put down the lettuce. Please move away from the lettuce.’ E.coli scare casts pall over Thanksgiving
  • ‘Disgrace to Jews’: Israeli consulate goes after RT America reporter over Gaza tweets
  • NASA might buck Elon Musk over weed smoking video
  • Trump hands over written responses to Mueller's Russia probe questions
  • Obama blames climate change on 'mommy issues' without naming Trump
  • 'Who else but me?' Trump on next TIME person of the year
  • Forcing the OPCW to assign blame for chemical weapons incidents will damage the organization– Russia
  • Russia miss out on UEFA Nations League promotion after defeat in Sweden
  • Fired Chipotle manager offered job back after being wrongfully accused of racism
  • Turkey could seek formal UN probe into Khashoggi murder if Saudi Arabia fails to cooperate – FM
  • Trump mocked for exclamation point frenzy in statement on Saudi Arabia & Khashoggi murder
  • Weather Channel reporter mocked for gender-neutral ‘snowperson’
  • Policeman knocking at PM’s door to let the cat in could be the most British moment caught on live TV
  • ‘French can’t have everything’: Da Vinci takes center stage in escalating spat between Rome & Paris
  • ‘Are we also to blame for not raking Cali forests?’ Iran FM blasts Trump’s statement backing Saudis
  • Borders & barriers: Could Spain derail Brexit because of Gibraltar?
  • Democrats and Republicans are both starting to get sick of social media – study
  • Federal judge blocking asylum restrictions ‘absurd’ & will be appealed – DOJ
  • Stunning ‘erotic’ fresco unearthed in Pompeii bedroom (PHOTOS)
  • MBS ‘could very well’ have known of Khashoggi killing, but Saudi Arabia still a ‘great ally’ – Trump
  • Conor McGregor's 59-year-old dad 'to have a boxing match in December'
  • Zlat'll do nicely! Ibrahimovic close to stunning Italy return after ‘agreeing deal with AC Milan’
  • Freedom from the press? Ruptly video agency denied access to Browder’s and Khodorkovsky’s conference
  • ‘Most brilliant leader’: Philippines ex-dictator Marcos breaks fake world record thanks to Facebook
  • ‘Obvious threat’: Russian officials warn Poland not to proceed with permanent US military base
  • US promises to ‘disrupt’ oil shipments to Syria, sanctions Russian & Iranian companies
  • This death cult is Uncle Sam’s choice of ‘good guys’ to replace Iran’s clerics
  • Knocking their socks off: Russian player’s kit item becomes first World Cup exhibit for FIFA museum
  • Twitter CEO Dorsey unleashes ‘hate speech’ storm with sign denouncing India’s caste system
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  • Trump pardons 2 turkeys in annual Thanksgiving tradition
  • Trump affirms U.S. ties with Saudi Arabia amid Khashoggi investigation
  • White House restores CNN reporter Acosta's press pass, outlines rules to journalists
  • Multiple people reported shot near hospital in Chicago
  • Many Americans anxious about economic futures despite robust growth: poll
  • Nissan chairman Ghosn arrested for allegedly violating financial law in Japan
  • Trump fully briefed on Khashoggi tape, cites need to maintain Saudi ally
  • U.S. State Department denies reaching final conclusion on Khashoggi's death
  • Traditional Chinese medicine promoted as efficient alternative therapy in U.S.
  • U.S., Ukraine say to boost strategic cooperation against Russia
  • British PM busy seeking support for her Brexit deal
  • Stunning aerial view of APEC host city
  • Over 1,000 people missing in wildfire in California: authorities
  • Merkel clarifies her refugee policy in German city of Chemnitz
  • DPRK's top leader Kim Jong Un supervises newly developed tactical weapon test: KCNA
  • In pics: world's leading diamond miner -- Alrosa
  • British PM vows to move on with her Brexit plan
  • Water villages of Brunei still making waves, drawing more Chinese visitors
  • Critical 24-hours for UK PM as her Brexit deal faces stormy reception
  • Papua New Guinea students receive Chinese donation of school utensils
  • China donates school utensils to Papua New Guinean primary school
  • France commemorates victims amid persistent high terror risk
  • Teenager shot dead near Houston school, suspects at large
  • SCO to take further action against drug crimes: SCO Secretary General
  • Gaza, Israel exchange massive deadly attacks amid high tensions
  • Bus service between Pakistan and China launched
  • Ukraine ready to counter possible Russia's "aggressive actions" in Black Sea: defense chief
  • Russia, U.S. may discuss reconciliation in Afghanistan: Russian senior diplomat
  • Upon centenary of WWI armistice, Macron warns rising risk of nationalism to world peace
  • Stephen Hawking's thesis and wheelchair sell for $1 million
  • Over 100 Syrian refugees return home from Lebanon
  • U.S. Marine veteran kills 12 in California bar shooting rampage
  • U.S. imposes new sanctions against Russia
  • U.S. president Trump shows willingness to cooperate with Democrats
  • Mass shooting reported at bar in Southern California: local media
  • China provides education support and free medical services in Sierra Leone
  • Jeff Sessions steps down as U.S. attorney general at Trump's request
  • Chinese "Brightness Trip in to Sierra Leone" Launched
  • U.S. Democratic Party wins House majority in midterm elections
  • U.S. Republican Party maintains Senate majority in midterm elections
  • News Analysis: "Pink Wave" in U.S. midterm elections
  • Facebook removes 115 more suspicious accounts ahead of U.S. midterm elections
  • The future of China-Brazil relations in a Bolsonaro administration
  • U.S. to hold midterm elections on Tuesday
  • Hamas vows to continue anti-Israel rallies until "goals achieved"
  • Russia's fighter jet intercepts U.S. aircraft over Black Sea
  • As vote race tightens, Trump defends focus on immigration
  • WFP chief to promote Chinese experience in poverty, hunger reduction
  • U.S. announces snapback of sanctions on Iran with 8 nations getting waivers
  • Indonesian agency to reveal content of crashed plane's blackbox next month
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  • Lebanon marks 75th birthday as it waits for 75th Cabinet
  • Lebanon waits for 75th govt on its 75th birthday
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  • Brussels rejects Italy budget, paves way for sanctions
  • Brussels rejects Italy budget
  • Brussels officially rejected Italy’s big-spending budget Wednesday, clearing the path for unprecedented sanctions and deepening a bitter row with Rome’s populist government.
  • CEOs of German automakers invited for White House talks
  • German car CEOs invited for White House talks
  • The Trump administration has invited the CEOs of three German automakers for talks at the White House as European and U.S. government officials try to negotiate a new trade agreement, according to people familiar with the matter.
  • Where is capitalism working? Maybe the U.S.
  • Where is capitalism working? Maybe the U.S.
  • The founder of modern capitalism, Adam Smith, published “The Wealth of Nations” in 1776, the same year 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain.
  • Peacekeepers left more than 6,000 children in Liberia
  • Peacekeepers left thousands of kids in Liberia
  • The only memento Moses Z. Kaine has from his father is a T-shirt, left more than two decades ago when the peacekeeper’s tour of duty finished and he returned home, leaving his pregnant girlfriend behind.
  • South Korean named Interpol president in blow to Russia
  • South Korean named Interpol president
  • Interpol elected a South Korean as the organization’s president Wednesday, edging out a veteran of Russia’s security services, strongly opposed by the United States, Britain and other European nations.
  • U.K., EU heads meet as Brexit deadline looms
  • U.K., EU heads meet as Brexit deadline looms
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  • Google and Facebook Ended Mandatory Arbitration for Sexual Harassment Claims. Will Workers Outside the Tech Industry Benefit?
  • Trump’s Amoral Saudi Statement Is a Pure Expression of Decades-Old “U.S. Values” and Foreign Policy Orthodoxies
  • House Progressives Are Facing an Unexpected Problem in the Quest for Committee Power
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  • The Saudi Crown Prince’s PR Campaign Has Totally Failed. Only Donald Trump Still Buys It.
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