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How to Opt Out of Verizon’s Plan To Share Identifiable Details About Users With Advertisers
Defendants Should Have the Right to Inspect the Software Code Used to Convict Them
The Real Science Behind The Martian
California Governor Bravely Vetoes Bill to Ban Drones From Interfering With Firefighters
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A Short History of the Gitmo Undersea Cable No One Is Talking About
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Netizen Report: Will Brazil Give Up on Defending Digital Rights?
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Join Future Tense for an Exploration of Martian Survival, Terrestrial Cybersecurity, and the Importance of Opting Out
Court Strikes Down Data-Transfer Pact That Lets Tech Companies Move European User Data
Cybersecurity: The Lame GameThe U.K. uses a game to try to identify cyber talent—but it’s perplexingly boring and buggy.
Twitter’s New “Moments” Feature Tries to Help You Make Sense of Twitter
Butt Dials Make Up 20 Percent of San Francisco's 911 Calls
Wily Attack on Microsoft Outlook Is Especially Worrying Because Everyone Uses Outlook
Internet.org Will Use a Satellite to Beam Its Version of the Web to Sub-Saharan Africa
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In Iran, Even Bloggers Who Stay Away From Politics Can Be Arrested
Why Don’t Companies Want to Hear About Their Security Problems?
A Drone Linked to a VR Headset Lets You Explore the Sky, Almost for Real
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App Stores Need a Clearer Definition of “Educational”
Harry Potter–Style Moving Images Come to Facebook Profile Pictures
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