Ex-Facebook security boss slams FBI and media in defense of his handling of Russian interference

The former chief security officer at Facebook, Alex Stamos, has written a Washington Post op-ed to defend his handling of the 2016 election. In the piece, he confirms the New York Times bombshell report about Facebook’s chief operating officer...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, FBI

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Google Search is adding user comments, starting with live sports

Back in October, Google announced that it was killing Google+ for consumers following a privacy bug. While serving as an admission that the company’s take on social failed, it has become clear in recent months that the company is still very...
Topics: Google

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Why the U.S. Military Is In Serious Trouble

Thomas Spoehr Security, "The report notes that the United States now faces five rising challenges—China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and transnational terrorism—yet has fewer military forces than at any time since the end of World War II." The...
Topics: Military, China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Terrorism

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Saudi Women mount ‘inside-out’ Veil Protest

Riyadh (AFP) – Saudi women have mounted a rare protest against the abaya, posting pictures on social media wearing the obligatory body-shrouding robe inside out. The conservative petro-state has some of the world’s toughest restrictions...
Topics: Protests, Social Media

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China Cuts US Bond Investments by Almost $14 Bln Amid Trade Row – Report

The developments come amid the US-Chinese trade row which broke out after President Donald Trump slapped tariffs on some Chinese imports in order to fix the $500 billion bilateral trade deficit. Since then, the two sides have exchanged few rounds of...
Topics: China, Donald Trump

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Russian Set To Take Over Interpol In Latest "Kremlin Victory"

Russian official Alexander Prokopchuk is set to become the next head of Interpol, in what The Times calls a "significant victory for the Kremlin" in spite of concerns that Moscow has been using the international policing agency to target political...
Topics: Kremlin, Russia, Moscow

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The 9 best cars you can buy for under $20,000

The market research company JD Power on November 7 released its rankings of the best vehicles from model year 2018 that cost less than $65,000. The company produced four lists ranking the top vehicles in four different price segments:...

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Jamal Khashoggi Was Already Married At The Time Of His Death, Egyptian ‘Wife’ Claims

Jamal Khashoggi may have already been married when he was murdered in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last month. The Washington Post reports that an Egyptian woman has come forward claiming to be the slain journalist’s wife. As many media...
Topics: Turkey, Istanbul

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Sarah Sanders: ‘If Certain Reporters Like Jim Acosta Can’t Be Adults,’ Then CNN Should Send...

Sarah Huckabee Sanders took another shot at CNN’s Jim Acosta tonight in an interview on Hannity with… Mike Huckabee. The White House Press Secretary’s father began the interview by asking her about the protocol for decorum being...
Topics: CNN, Mike Huckabee, White House

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Police Found No Evidence That Antifa Protesters Cracked Tucker Carlson’s Door, As He Claimed

Last week protesters surrounded Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s Washington, D.C.-area home while he was at work scaring his wife and four children. The host reported that the left-wing mob cracked his oak door, and many headlines repeated that...
Topics: Police, Protests

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GOP strategist slams Republicans for playing along with Trump’s voter fraud lies: ‘Nobody’s...

Republicans were lectured on national TV for failing to call out President Donald Trump’s “ridiculous” claims of voter fraud — by a former GOP congressional candidate. “The president spoke with The Daily Caller about...
Topics: Donald Trump

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U.S. Household Debt Hit Record High $13.5 Trillion Last Quarter

While the American economy is posting strong growth indicators and the lowest unemployment rates since the late 1960s, those improvements have yet to be felt among the nation’s working class, which is shouldering the highest debt load in...
Topics: Unemployment

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Here's How Intel Will Profit From 5G

There's a lot of buzz about the imminent industrywide transition to 5G wireless networks, and chip giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is one of the many companies that's been quite vocal about the opportunity that this transition could represent. Intel...
Topics: Intel, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Blockade Chaos: French Protest Rising Fuel Prices in Paris

One of the reasons for the increase in fuel prices is the introduction of an environmental tax on greenhouse gas emissions announced by the authorities. As a result, starting from January 2019, the cost of petrol will increase by another 3 eurocents...
Topics: Protests, France, Paris, Taxes

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New emails reveal Trump strategist may have illegally participated in Brexit campaign: report

Newly revealed emails show that Donald Trump’s chief campaign strategist, Steve Bannon, may have illegally participated in the Brexit campaign, the New Yorker reported on Saturday. Like the United States, the United Kingdom has a law which...
Topics: Donald Trump, United Kingdom

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Instagram bug inadvertently exposed some user's passwords

According to The Information, Instagram has suffered a serious security leak of its own that could've exposed user's passwords. While Facebook recently had a much more serious problem linked to its "View As" tool that was being...
Topics: Instagram, Facebook, Social Media

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Geek Trivia: What Was The First Electronic Programmable Computer?

What Was The First Electronic Programmable Computer? Manchester ENIAC Zuse ColossusThink you know the answer?

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Jake Tapper Calls Out Ahmadinejad on Human Rights and ‘Deranged Conspiracy Theories’ on Twitter

In case you haven’t heard, former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is on Twitter now, and a recent tweet of his about the World Series has culminated in a Twitter back-and-forth with CNN’s Jake Tapper over human rights. Earlier this...
Topics: Jake Tapper, Human Rights, Conspiracy Theories, Social Media, CNN

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Sprint reveals CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE for students and business

Sprint has teamed with CTL to launch the new CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with support for the carrier’s mobile network. The new model works with Google’s G Suite for Education, offering on-the-go Internet access even in the absence of a WiFi...
Topics: Chromebook, Google

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Could a Partnership Save GoPro?

GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) is in a tough position both financially and strategically today, and that can lead a company to take desperate measures. For years, rumors have swirled about a possible sale, and CEO Nick Woodman suggested an alternative...
Topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Arkansas cops smear black mayoral candidate for hanging out with ‘felon’ — who he was praying...

The Little Rock Fraternal Order of Police (LRFOP) wrote a social media post claiming a black mayoral candidate “aligns with fleeing felons,” and refused to apologize for it, reported KATV News.  The post showed mayoral candidate Frank...
Topics: Police, Social Media

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JPL Employee Complains When People Believe A Website They Developed

Bizarre. @doug_ellison complains about #Mars Opportunity false alarm because people went to a @NASA_JPL website he helped develop that showed Opportunity sending a signal to Earth. So Doug, maybe we shouldn't trust what @NASA JPL websites like...
Topics: Mars, Space, NASA

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One Mix 2S Yoga mini laptop benchmarks (Core M3-8100Y processor)

The One Mix 2S Yoga is a tiny laptop with a 7 inch touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge that lets you use the computer like a tablet, support for an optional digital pen, and a keyboard that’s a little small and cramped for touch typing...
Topics: Laptops, Tablets

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Overflowing crater lakes carved canyons across Mars

Today, most of the water on Mars is locked away in frozen ice caps. But billions of years ago it flowed freely across the surface, forming rushing rivers that emptied into craters, forming lakes and seas. New research has found evidence that...
Topics: Mars, Space

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Cambodia: Beijing-backed Project Won't Include Chinese Base

The Cambodian military and government officials have denied a report claiming that a Beijing-backed development project would pave the way for a Chinese naval base in the country. The online newspaper Asia Times reported earlier this week that...
Topics: Cambodia, China, Beijing, Military

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Analog Clock Goes Digital, or Vice Versa

Designing a good clock takes a lot of considerations. It’s not just hands, faces, and numbers anymore; there are also word clocks, electronic clocks, marble clocks, or water clocks, and just about anything else imaginable can be used to tell...

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Can Patient-Generated Data Help Regulate Medical Devices?

An FDA panel discussed ways the agency can use patient-driven platforms -- including social media, digital health technology, and patient registry data -- to assist with regulatory evaluation of medical devices. Medscape Medical News
Topics: Food And Drug Administration, Social Media

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Fed-up moms respond to 'Can I cook a turkey in the microwave?'

The "How do you microwave a turkey?" prank is breaking our mothers' hearts. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, young people are pranking their poor mothers by asking them for advice on one of the greatest sins against the holiday season:...
Topics: Turkey, Thanksgiving

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YouTube quietly offers free, ad-supported movies

YouTube is borrowing a page from Vudu's playbook, in a manner of speaking. AdAge has confirmed that the Google video service quietly started adding free, ad-supported movies to its "Movies & Shows" section in October. The...
Topics: Google, Entertainment Videos

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