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Hashtag Trending May 12 – Netflix’s ad-supported subscription; U.S. generates 20 per cent of electricity with renewable energy; How digital abortion footprints could lead...

Netflix could roll out its service with ads by the end of the year, the U.S. generates 20 per cent of its electricity from...

Hashtag Trending May 11 – Apple says goodbye to the iPod Touch; Big tech companies face lawsuits from Russia; Tech companies laying off employees.

Apple will discontinue its iPod Touch, big tech companies face lawsuits for pulling services in Russia, and tech companies are laying off employees due...

Hashtag Trending May 10 – Trump lawsuit dismissed; Apple chip vulnerability; Apple AI director leaves

A San Francisco district judge dismisses Donald Trump's lawsuit against Twitter, a new vulnerability is discovered in Apple’s chips, and Apple’s director of machine...

Cyber Security Today, May 9, 2022 – Breaches of security controls at Ikea Canada and two American healthcare providers

This episode reports on data breaches, a new trick by a hacker and GitHub's determination to get developers to use two-factor authentication

Hashtag Trending May 9 – Remote work doesn’t hamper productivity; Amazon curbs fake reviews; Nvidia fined by SEC

Another research finds that remote work does not reduce productivity, Amazon is taking legal actions against fake reviewers, and Nvidia was fined for hiding...

Hashtag Trending May 6 – Mixed reactions to Netflix’s password sharing charge; head of FDA says misinformation is the leading cause of death; Big...

Survey shows mixed reactions about Netflix’s extra “out-of-home user” charge, the head of the FDA says misinformation is the leading cause of death right...

Hashtag Trending May 5 – Intuit fined for misleading ads; ISPs ordered to block illegal streams; Musk wants to charge corporations for tweets

Intuit fined for misleading tax filers, U.S. internet service providers ordered to block illegal streaming services, and Elon Musk wants to charge corporations to tweet.

Cyber Security Today, May 4, 2022 – Advice to IT managers and individuals for World Password Day

This episode reports on taking advantage of World Password Day, tactics of an updated ransomware strain and warnings to toughen email security

Hashtag Trending May 4 – Google fires AI researcher; Android users switch to iPhone; California runs on 100 per cent renewable energy

Files from Samira Balsara. Google is firing its AI researchers, Android users are switching to Apple, and for the first time ever, California briefly runs...

Hashtag Trending May 3 – HP disables subscription ink; Microsoft Edge VPN; India’s first semiconductor fab

HP disables printer cartridges if you opt out of its subscription program, Microsoft is planning a VPN service in Edge, and India will build...

Cyber Security Today, May 2, 2022 – More on how the Conti ransomware gang works, individuals victimized by ransomware, news on wiperware and more

This episode reports on ransomware, wiperware, the latest attacks by APT29 and a warning to NAS users

Hashtag Trending May 2 – Stop using Internet Explorer; AI tool to detect deep fakes; cryptomining in Texas rivals Hustan energy use

Microsoft urges Windows users to stop using Internet Explorer, one computer scientist creates an exceptional deep fake detection tool, and cryptocurrency mining in Texas...

Hashtag Trending April 29 – Amazon lets warehouse workers keep their phones on the job; Zuckerberg doesn’t mind employee loss; PayPal shuts San Francisco...

Files from Samira Balsara Amazon warehouse workers can keep their cellphones with them while working, Mark Zuckerberg isn’t worried about losing employees, and PayPal closes...

Hashtag Trending April 28 – Twitch cut streamer pay; Apple hides old apps; Tesla stock woes

Amazon’s Twitch streaming platform is considering cutting streamer’s pay to increase profits, Apple wants to hide apps that have not been updated, and Tesla...

Cyber Security Today, April 27, 2022 – Lots of software still has log4j2 vulnerabilities, hackers took only days to exploit a VMware vulnerability and...

This episode reports on Log4Shell vulnerabilities, the speedy work of hackers, a website that catalogs one hacker's efforts to compromise the NPM library and a risky wireless brake light solution

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