After arrest of suspected Golden State Killer, DNA technology may help catch Zodiac Killer

  1. After arrest of suspected Golden State Killer, DNA technology may help catch Zodiac Killer  Fox News
  2. You Can’t Opt Out Of Sharing Your Data, Even If You Didn’t Opt In  FiveThirtyEight
  3. Former Auburn PD chief: East Area Rapist suspect ‘blended in’  KCRA Sacramento
  4. Police have used genealogy to make an arrest in a murder case  The Economist
  5. Charges of rape in question in Golden State Killer case  San Francisco Chronicle
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Immigration, gay rights, politics, abortion, taxes, technology: Crunch time at the Supreme Court

It’s crunch time at the Supreme Court. After seven months in which the court heard 63 oral arguments, 39 cases remain unresolved. That includes the toughest issues — immigration, abortion, gay rights, partisan politics, the power of labor unions and the lure of sports betting, to name a few.

     

 

 


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Will India Soon Build F-16s (Armed with F-35 Technology?)

Will India Soon Build F-16s (Armed with F-35 Technology?)F-16 production might be moved to India. Lockheed sees huge potential for the company’s business in India, plans for which dovetail with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Made in India” campaign. American defense contractor Lockheed Martin is sweetening a potential deal with India, offering to fork over the latest fighter jet technologies in a bid for the world’s largest aircraft order.


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Microsoft sued by patent troll over graphics technology

  1. Microsoft sued by patent troll over graphics technology  Windows Central
  2. An e-waste recycler is going to jail for ‘pirating’ Windows  Engadget
  3. Electronic waste recycler is going to prison for selling Windows restore CDs  PC Gamer
  4. How Microsoft helped imprison a man for ‘counterfeiting’ software it gives away for free  TechCrunch
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Facebook's facial recognition technology may not meet strict new EU data rules, a top watchdog says

  1. Facebook’s facial recognition technology may not meet strict new EU data rules, a top watchdog says  CNBC
  2. Critics are calling out Facebook’s new ‘permission screens,’ saying they’re intentionally designed to be confusing  Business Insider
  3. The EU is forcing Facebook to change, but users everywhere will be affected  Quartz
  4. A flaw-by-flaw guide to Facebook’s new GDPR privacy changes  TechCrunch
  5. Facebook engages in ‘privacy zuckering’ to get user consent for facial recognition  VentureBeat
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Toyota promotes talking vehicle technology

Toyota promotes talking vehicle technologyA big part of vehicles becoming truly driverless is them eventually having the capability to communicate with other vehicles in the vicinity and various elements of infrastructure. Toyota is therefore looking to start selling models in 2021 that can talk to each other using short-range wireless technology, which could potentially prevent thousands of accidents each year. The Japanese auto giant is looking to get a lead over its rivals by getting its own version of the technology accepted first to give it the very best chance of becoming the standard used by everyone.


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Two vendors now sell iPhone cracking technology – and police are buying

  1. Two vendors now sell iPhone cracking technology – and police are buying  Computerworld
  2. GrayKey: The best iPhone unlocker is now in the hands of police  SlashGear
  3. Law enforcement agencies are buying GrayKey, a device to unlock iPhones  Digital Trends
  4. Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones, Records Show  Motherboard
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