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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Checked 6:10 PM; Last Updated 5:15 PM CST; 23:15 GMT


  • "IRS Confirms It Was a Victim of an Automated Attack" eWeek 5:16 PM
  • "Feds Eye the 'Internet of Things' as Next Frontier in Spying" PC Magazine 4:13 PM
  • "Amazon exec to run digital efforts of Italy's government" Seattle Times 3:56 PM
  • "France orders Facebook to stop tracking non-users" BetaNews 7:53 AM
  • "Concerned by cyber threat, Obama seeks big increase in funding" Reuters 7:10 AM
  • "Google to scrub web search results more widely to soothe EU objections" Reuters 2:02 PM
  • "Who's the driver of that Google car? Feds ready to say it's the computer" Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 1:59 PM
  • "Google says U.S. guidance crucial to development of self-driving cars" Reuters 4:12 PM
  • "Google's self-driving car AI will be considered a driver under US law" The Inquirer 7:14 AM
  • "Legal breakthrough for Google's self-driving car" BBC 7:12 AM
  • "Exclusive: In boost to self-driving cars, U.S. tells Google computers can qualify as drivers" Reuters 7:09 AM
  • "New bipartisan bill would prevent states from weakening encryption: The bill, just three short pages in length, will prevent local legislatures from passing laws that ban encryption on a state level." ZDNet 8:19 AM
  • "U.S. lawmakers seek to bar states from mandating encryption weaknesses" Reuters 6:59 AM
  • "New bill looks to save smartphone encryption from state bans" The Verge 6:59 AM