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How companies like McDonald’s and Facebook use podcasts, such as Gizmodo-produced The Sauce, as subtle brand-building efforts meant to entertain and persuade (David Yaffe-Bellany/New York Times)

David Yaffe-Bellany / New York Times: How companies like McDonald’s and Facebook use podcasts, such as Gizmodo-produced The Sauce, as subtle brand-building efforts meant to entertain and persuade  —  With podcasts rising in popularity, it’s no surprise that companies are producing their own.  What’s more surprising is that [Read More...]

Adult website Luscious left data of 1M+ users exposed, including user email addresses, location data, the content they uploaded, liked, and shared (Zack Whittaker/TechCrunch)

Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch: Adult website Luscious left data of 1M+ users exposed, including user email addresses, location data, the content they uploaded, liked, and shared  —  A popular hentai porn site that promises anonymity to its 1.1 million users left a user database exposed without a password, allowing anyone to identify users by [Read More...]

RubyGems team found a backdoor in 11 Ruby libraries, including rest-client, that could leak data and issue commands remotely, say it was abused for cryptomining (Catalin Cimpanu/ZDNet)

Catalin Cimpanu / ZDNet: RubyGems team found a backdoor in 11 Ruby libraries, including rest-client, that could leak data and issue commands remotely, say it was abused for cryptomining  —  RubyGems staff have removed 18 malicious Ruby library versions that have been downloaded 3,584 times since July [Read More...]

Uganda partners with Huawei to debut a facial recognition, AI-powered surveillance system, as part of Huawei’s Safe City program, now in 200+ cities (Financial Times)

Financial Times: Uganda partners with Huawei to debut a facial recognition, AI-powered surveillance system, as part of Huawei’s Safe City program, now in 200+ cities  —  Ugandan police have confirmed that Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is rolling out a massive surveillance system that uses facial recognition [Read More...]

IBM open sources the Power Instruction Set Architecture, which is used for its Power Series chips, and moves its OpenPower Foundation to The Linux Foundation (Ron Miller/TechCrunch)

Ron Miller / TechCrunch: IBM open sources the Power Instruction Set Architecture, which is used for its Power Series chips, and moves its OpenPower Foundation to The Linux Foundation  —  IBM makes the Power Series chips, and as part of that has open sourced some of the underlying technologies to encourage wider use of these [Read More...]
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