High-Profile Instagram Accounts Hacked For Ransom In A Campaign

Instagrammers, particularly those who have influential profiles, should get ready to tackle any troublesome situation. Hackers now target high-profile Instagram High-Profile Instagram Accounts Hacked For Ransom In A Recent Campaign on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE High-Profile Instagram Accounts Hacked For Ransom In…

Remove the Drone Shoot-Down and Biometric Surveillance Sections From the FAA Act

Congress should not broadly authorize federal agencies to destroy and wiretap private drones, or give its implied endorsement to biometric screening of domestic travelers and U.S. citizens. Congress definitely should not sneak these invasive provisions into a last-minute, must-pass, thousand-page bill. Yet Congress is poised…

Selection of Cisco ISR

Routers with higher performance and expandability should be selected for traffic-intensive data centers than the bases. Cisco ISR not only allows selection of bundle models according to the services required at the data centers or bases, but also respond flexibility to changes in the business…

Google Cloud Status Dashboard

The issue with Google App Engine increased latency and 5XX errors should be mitigated for the majority of projects as of Wednesday 2018-09-12 07:15. Our Engineering Team is working to prevent a recurrence and we expect a full resolution in the near future. We will…

Google Cloud Status Dashboard

The issue with Google Container Registry API latency should be resolved for the majority of requests Remaining high latency is believed to be affecting less than 1% of requests. Mitigation for full resolution is ongoing. We will provide another status update by Tuesday, 2018-09-04 16:30…

The Supreme Court Should Say No to Patents That Take Old Ideas Away from the Public

There is room to debate what makes an invention patentable, but one thing should be uncontroversial: patentable inventions should actually be new. That’s what EFF and the R Street Institute told the Supreme Court this week in an amicus brief urging it to grant certiorari and…

Telling the Truth About Defects in Technology Should Never, Ever, Ever Be Illegal. EVER.

Congress has never made a law saying, “Corporations should get to decide who gets to publish truthful information about defects in their products,”— and the First Amendment wouldn’t allow such a law — but that hasn’t stopped corporations from conjuring one out of thin air,…

How Militaries Should Plan for AI

Today we are publishing a new EFF white paper, The Cautious Path to Strategic Advantage: How Militaries Should Plan for AI. This paper analyzes the risks and implications of military AI projects in the wake of Google’s decision to discontinue AI assistance to the US…