Skip Navigation Donald Trump says his fraud ruling is the same treatment as Alexei Navalny

During a Fox News town hall, Trump said that the ruling in his fraud case is the same treatment faced by Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny.

19 High court rejects legal challenge over UK arms sales to Israel

Campaigners to appeal after court declines to block export licences despite concerns about human rights breaches in Gaza war

1 Vietnam to collect biometrics - even DNA - for new ID cards

Iris scan, voice samples and blood type to be included in database

5 Firefox 123 is out with broken site reporting tool - gHacks Tech News

Mozilla Firefox 123 introduces a new web compatibility reporting tool that all users of the web browser may use to inform Mozilla about compatibility issues.

15 Niacin supplements linked to greater risk of heart attacks and strokes

People with higher levels of niacin in their blood may be more at risk of a heart attack or stroke, possibly because too much of the vitamin inflames blood vessels

11 Russia arrests woman with dual US-Russian citizenship for 'treason'

Russia's FSB security services said on Tuesday it had arrested a US-Russian woman suspected of treason for raising funds for the Ukrainian army.

22 Chinese fishing vessels are going scorched earth and pumping cyanide into contested waters, Philippine fishing authority says

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources on Saturday accused Chinese fishermen of trying to "intentionally destroy" Scarborough Shoal.

26 Britain’s Social Security has banned its staff from using ChatGPT—but it’s okay with Microsoft Copilot

The department that looks after 20 million Brits told its employees to stop using public AI tools, name-dropping ChatGPT.

29 College students struggling with food insecurity turn to campus food pantries

There are close to 800 food pantries on college campuses across the U.S., up from only 80 a decade ago.

14 Canada sending more than 800 drones to Ukraine to support its fight against Russia

The Canadian government will dispatch more than 800 drones to Ukraine starting as early as this spring

0 Scientists shocked to discover new species of green anaconda, the world’s biggest snake

Green anacondas are the world’s heaviest snakes, and among the longest. it’s remarkable this hidden species has slipped under the radar until now.

1 Birds have been adapting to human activity for millennia, research suggests

Roughly 14,500 to 10,500 years ago, in the transition from the last glacial period, Epipaleolithic and Neolithic peoples harvesting vegetation from the wetlands of eastern Jordan created a habitat for birds that would otherwise have migrated, a new study published in the Journal of Archaeological Me

0 French mayors face violence and intimidation from xenophobic far-right groups

While other European countries including Germany, Sweden, Italy and Spain have seen protests over similar issues, the backlash against mayors is especially jarring in France.

4 NASA looking for 4 volunteers to spend a year living and working inside a Mars simulator

Ever wonder what it's like to live on Mars? Now, you can apply to try out life on the Red Planet. Here's how to qualify.

7 Indian port workers refuse to handle Israel weapon shipments

Union to boycott weapon shipments for Israel to express solidarity with Palestinians

8 Xinjiang freezes in -52.3°C temperature, harshest cold spell in over six decades

BEIJING: Temperatures broke a 64-year-old record in China's far western region of Xinjiang, plunging to a bone-chilling minus 52.3 degrees Celsius amid a cold spell and traffic disruptions following the Chinese New Year holiday. Several parts of China are battling another deep freeze as people retur

7 Why it’s so hard to find an apartment you can afford | CNN Business

Finding a new apartment to rent can be a slog. And with over half of US renters already paying more than 30% of their income — the standard threshold — it is clear there’s an affordability crisis.

32 The EU opens a wide-ranging probe into TikTok

TikTok is in the EU's crosshairs over potential Digital Services Act violations around the safety of minors and other matters.

Biden campaign decision to join TikTok raises national security concerns
  • This was on AP News the day before

    Both the FBI and the Federal Communications Commission have warned that TikTok owner ByteDance could share user data — such as browsing history, location and biometric identifiers — with China’s authoritarian government. Biden in 2022 banned the use of TikTok by the federal government’s nearly 4 million employees on devices owned by its agencies, with limited exceptions for law enforcement, national security and security research purposes. The secretive and powerful Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has been reviewing the app for years.

    Biden’s campaign joins TikTok, even as administration warns of national security concerns with app

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    Atmospheric river storms are getting stronger, and deadlier. The race to understand them is on
  • British scientists disagree and say that the outcome had been "forced" and unrealistic

    Prof Jonathan Bamber, director of the Bristol Glaciology Centre at Bristol University, said: “They did this by imposing a huge freshwater forcing to the North Atlantic that is entirely unrealistic for even the most extreme warming scenario over the next century.

    I can't say whether AMOC will collapse this year, but we can expect La Nina to come in August. We'll see what happens in the next hurricane season

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    Denmark orders schools to stop sending student data to Google
  • You may use Nextcloud for personal use, I've been using it for 2 years now.

    try this url link to sign-up

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    Aotearoa Daily Kōrero 9/2/2024
  • Something I never understood since it never happened where I lived, why would anyone steal post box? 🤔

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    Cannabis cravings: Why smoking weed makes you hungry
  • why would the cannabis plant want you to eat more?

    I've never tried it, In some regions cannabis is being used as seasoning, and makes you eat more.

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    Third of Dutch burned more wood for heat due to high gas price; Dangerous, GGD's warn
  • Burning wood for heat in a fireplace or oven is dangerous? Jesus these clickbait articles get worse everyday.

    GGDG is a municipal health service, sounds like clickbait?

    Only last week, the GGD health services warned that wood smoke can be very dangerous to your health.

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    Security researcher charged with defrauding Apple out of more than $2.5 million, company thanks him two weeks later
  • The timing is probably just coincidence. He probably submitted a bug bounty weeks or months earlier and it just now got included in release notes

    The fraudulent orders happened a few years ago, which was alleged recently

    The indictment states that the pair attempted to fraudulently obtain over $3 million from Apple through more than two dozen fraudulent orders. For orders that did complete, they obtained around $2.5 million in electronic gift cards and more than $100,000 in "products and services." The scheme started in December 2018 and continued until at least March 2019.

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    Ancient 15,000-Year-Old Viruses Seen in Melting Tibetan Glaciers
  • Most websites today have ads, it's hard to avoid them. I think you should use browser with adblocker like

    • DuckDuckGo
    • Mull / Fennec (available on f-droid)
    • Cromite (available on f-droid)
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    BitLocker encryption broken in less than 43 seconds with sub-$10 Raspberry Pi Pico — key can be sniffed when using an external TPM
  • You are not really wrong, TPM was designed by Trusted Computing Group consisting of big tech companies like M$, IBM, AMD, Intel, Cisco and HP.

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    BitLocker encryption broken in less than 43 seconds with sub-$10 Raspberry Pi Pico — key can be sniffed when using an external TPM
  • fTPM has a bug, don't know if it's fixed

    Veracrypt also doesn't recommend using encryption that relies on TPMs

    Some encryption programs use TPM to prevent attacks. Will VeraCrypt use it too? No. Those programs use TPM to protect against attacks that require the attacker to have administrator privileges, or physical access to the computer, and the attacker needs you to use the computer after such an access. However, if any of these conditions is met, it is actually impossible to secure the computer (see below) and, therefore, you must stop using it (instead of relying on TPM).

    If the attacker has administrator privileges, he can, for example, reset the TPM, capture the content of RAM (containing master keys) or content of files stored on mounted VeraCrypt volumes (decrypted on the fly), which can then be sent to the attacker over the Internet or saved to an unencrypted local drive (from which the attacker might be able to read it later, when he gains physical access to the computer).

    Let's assume the attackers were law enforcers

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    Aotearoa Daily Kōrero 5/2/2024
  • Sadly there are no c/manhua and c/manhwa communities

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    Aotearoa Daily Kōrero 5/2/2024
  • Another weeb as I am 👀

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    Why you shouldn't use a SIM card and use an hotspot as an alternative
  • In the beginning of the video she explains this isn't for everyone. Throughout the video she discusses tradeoffs. Seems pretty clear she understands the difficulty of this.

    Yup, unless you have a problem with authority, or investigative journalists

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    Aotearoa Daily Kōrero 26/1/2024
  • Feel like newlyweds

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    Israel financed Hamas to weaken the Palestinian Authority, Josep Borrell claims
  • Nope Hamas is an extremist organization, in 2007 Hamas took control of Gaza from the Palestinian Authority

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    Half of recent US inflation due to high corporate profits, report finds
  • I guess we need another anime_tities on

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    Adblock DNS +
  • I can open just fine here

    I think adguard-dns is blocking the domain where the script is hosted