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Australian regulator accuses Google of data privacy deceit

The Australian competition regular has accused Google of failing to get adequate permission from consumers to use personal data for targeted advertising, an affair the regulator plans to fine the search company millions of dollars over. Announced on Monday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched Federal ...

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How to add Python to Path (Windows)

One of the great things about having Python installed on your Windows machine, is that you can access it from anywhere. Simply pull up a command prompt and you can start entering commands, installing new modules via pip, and feeling like a badass hacker! In order for this to work ...

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Russia Tested a Space Weapon Last Week

This week, WIRED broke the news of a Russian military intelligence hacking campaign that dates all the way back to December 2018. The targets included government organizations and energy utilities, as Russia’s Fancy Bear hackers used a variety of techniques to break into targeted email accounts. While the intrusions don’t ...

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Garmin Says Outage Continues but User Data ‘Not Affected’

Garmin said Saturday that client data from the company’s smartwatch and GPS services — offline since Thursday — has not been compromised, despite fears of a ransomware attack. “Garmin has no indication that this outage has affected your data, including activity, payment or other personal information,” the company said on ...

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US House Panel Reschedules Big Tech CEO Hearing for Wednesday

A congressional hearing on digital marketplace competition featuring the chief executives of four of the largest American tech companies has been rescheduled for Wednesday, a House subcommittee said on Saturday. The CEOs of Facebook, Amazon.com, Alphabet’s Google and Apple were to have testified on Monday before the House Antitrust Subcommittee. ...

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