Facebook is a hub of sex trafficking recruitment in the US, report says“The Internet has become the dominant tool traffickers use to recruit victims.'

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Some people can’t get FCC subsidy because “Street” isn’t the same as “St.”ISPs' data must exactly match FCC's or application is rejected. A fix is on the way.

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U.S. senator slams Apple, Amazon, Nike, for enabling forced labor in ChinaA U.S. senator on Thursday slammed American companies, including Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Nike Inc (NKE.N), for turning a blind eye to allegations of forced labor in China, arguing they were making American consumers complicit in Beijing's repressive policies.

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Hackers steal 780gb of data from major game publisher Electronic ArtsMajor video game publisher Electronic Arts said Thursday that hackers stole vital data including source code and other internal tools.

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New York Senate Passes Electronics Right-to-Repair LegislationThe legislation still has to pass the Assembly, but the Senate became the first legislative body in the US to pass a bill that would make it easier to fix your things.

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Google ends its attack on the URL bar, resumes showing full address in ChromeGoogle has tried multiple times for years to dumb down the internet by simplifying Chrome's 'scary' address bar. It first tried to erode the URL entirely

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Democrats circulate draft antitrust bills that could reshape Apple, Amazon, Facebook and GoogleThe draft bills come after a more than year-long probe into Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google by a House panel.

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Yellowstone unveils electric, automated shuttles for summer testingIn 149 years, Yellowstone National Park has moved from horse-based transportation for visitors to the first testing of an electric shuttle capable of operating without a driver.

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Cops Are Using Facebook to Target Line 3 Pipeline Protest Leaders, New Documents RevealDocuments from a Minnesota sheriff's office show police used social media posts to charge leaders of the peaceful Line 3 protest movement.

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Scientists find underlying mechanism behind why space travel weakens our immune systemResearchers found that the weakening of the immune system during space travel due in part to abnormal activation of T regulator cells.

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Scientists Used CRISPR to Engineer a New Bacteria That’s Invincible to All VirusesThe team used CRISPR to replace over 18,000 codons with synthetic amino acids that don’t exist anywhere in the natural world.

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Expect an Orwellian future if AI isn't kept in check, Microsoft exec says - AI is already being used for widespread surveillance in ChinaAI is already being used for widespread surveillance in China.

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Over half of online recruitment in active sex trafficking cases last year occurred on Facebook, report saysData from the last two decades included in the report showed that 30% of all victims identified in federal sex trafficking​ cases since 2000 were recruited online.

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IRS chief asks Congress for more authority to regulate the crypto industry'By design, most crypto virtual currencies are designed to stay off the radar screen,' the head of the IRS told the Senate's finance committee.

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Lumen Vs RTX: The Beginning of The End? Epic Games Unreal Engine 5 introduces Lumen a new way to provide global lighting and shading to your game without the need for expensive RT cores.

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Why Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk Paid Little to No Taxes In YearsAn extensive and detailed report by ProPublica unveils the exact amount of income tax 25 of the richest Americans like Elon Musk pay, and it's not a lot.

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Ford builds an affordable, efficient small truck: The new Maverick - This small hybrid truck gets 40 mpg in the city and starts at $19,995This small hybrid truck gets 40 mpg in the city and starts at $19,995.

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Bitcoin slides 7% after U.S. seizes most of Colonial Pipeline ransomBitcoin's price plunged again Tuesday.

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$1 billion piracy ruling could force ISPs to disconnect more Internet usersIncreased account terminations would punish 'innocent' users, groups tell court.

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Apple’s new encrypted browsing feature won’t be available in China, Saudi Arabia and moreApple announced a handful of privacy-focused updates at its annual software developer conference on Monday. One called Private Relay particularly piques the interest of Chinese users living under the country’s censorship system, for it encrypts all browsing history so nobody can track or inte…

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