March 12, 2017

Tech Stuff

Wyden Calls for New Compact for Privacy and Security in the Digital Age

FBI shares tool for hacking iPhones with local law enforcement

Tay, the neo-Nazi millennial chatbot, gets autopsied

Ted Cruz Supporter Cheats On Drudge Polls? ‘Cruzbot’ Hacks Polls To Boost Cruz’s Numbers Over Trump

WATCH: Computer Programmer Testifies Under Oath He Coded Computers to Rig Elections

Virtual reality roller coasters coming to Six Flags theme parks

Phone Fight with the Government Shows How Apple Misled the Public

Fisher-Price smart bear allowed hacking of children’s biographical data

Microsoft on the hot seat in Iowa

Say goodbye to your ATM card: Chase to introduce new machines that only need an app to withdraw cash

Yet another bill seeks to weaken encryption-by-default on smartphones

Apple asked widow for court order when she sought late husband’s password

Microsoft Warns Windows 7 Has Serious Problems…Yeah, Right!

FAA Creates Drone Registry; Database Containing Names, Addresses Open to Public