"Commonwealth floats increased penalties for privacy breaches" ZDNet 8:37 PM
"Google Maps lets some users create public events" Engadget 7:46 PM
"Valve psychologist explores controlling games directly with your brain" VentureBeat 10:56 AM
"AT&T's 5G E is slower than some 4G connections" BetaNews 7:48 AM
"How Pope Francis could shape the future of robotics" BBC 6:02 AM
"Hackers conquer Tesla's in-car web browser and win a Model 3" TechCrunch 5:46 AM
"Crappy phone battery life? Video ad fraud could be to blame" ["According to an investigation, this is precisely what has been happening. An ad fraud scheme has been uncovered that invisibly plays videos lucrative video ads on handsets, earning money for fraudsters and draining the batteries of Android handsets."] BetaNews 5:43 AM
"Family tracking app leaked real-time location data for weeks" Engadget 5:43 AM
"Google Expert Explains Why You Get So Many Robocalls, Spam Calls" Forbes 3/23
"Sir Tim Berners-Lee At Forefront Of New Movement To Takeback Ownership Of Our Data" Forbes 3/23
"Tesla car hacked at Pwn2Own contest: Research duo who hacked Tesla car win the competition's overall standings. They also get to keep the car." ZDNet 3/23
"Women in tech work to debug the industry's diversity problem at HopperX1 Seattle conference" GeekWire 3/23
"How id Software went from skeptical to excited about Google Stadia streaming: A 'lackluster' 2016 demo gradually evolved into successful blind comparison tests today." Ars Technica 3/23
"A eulogy for every product Google has ruthlessly killed (145 and counting): 'This project was born as an act of criticism toward a culture of software product churn,' says the creator of Killed By Google, an archive of products lost to the sands of time." Fast Company 3/23
"Researchers find 36 new security flaws in LTE protocol" ZDNet 3/23
"PlayStation 5: Patent Hints at What Could Be the Console's Secret Weapon" Inverse 3/23
"Thousands of Reddit users are trying to delete Google from their lives, but they're finding it impossible because Google is everywhere" Business Insider 3/23
"Merkel's party in hurricane-strength shitstorm after falsely alleging U.S. corporations pay anti-Article 13 demonstrators" Foss Patents 10:22 AM
"China refuses to concede on U.S. demands to ease curbs on tech firms: FT" Reuters 5:42 AM
"Elon Musk says the SEC's attempt to hold him in contempt is 'virtually wrong at every level': The Tesla CEO punches back, arguing once again that he didn't break last year's securities fraud settlement" The Verge 3/22
"FCC has to pay journalist $43,000 after hiding net neutrality records: FCC pays journalist's legal fees after failing to comply with records request." Ars Technica 3/22
"German minister on Facebook password glitch: Didn't expect such frightening unprofessionalism" Reuters 3/22
"Where did social media go wrong?" TechCrunch 12:56 PM
"The Internet's Endless Appetite for Death Video: Facebook video of the Christchurch mosque killings showed that people, not algorithms, want to share murder, gore and violence." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 12:25 PM
"The truth about hypercasual games" VentureBeat 10:24 AM
"AI can be trusted to take our 911 calls" The Next Web 10:23 AM
"Google Stadia speed requirement: How fast does your internet need to be?" GearBrain 3/22
"Instagram is facing a reckoning over misinformation" The Verge 3/22
"Facebook doesn't waste time, it wastes attention spans. That's worse/Commentary: Growing up, my parents told me watching TV would ruin my attention span. Now, I can't even concentrate on TV long enough for it to do that." CNET 3/22
"Pinterest steps up planning for IPO, aims to list shares on NYSE in April: WSJ" Reuters 3/22
"Keatz, a European 'cloud kitchen' startup, raises further €12M" TechCrunch 3/22
"Indonesia's Kargo comes out of stealth with $7.6M from Travis Kalanick, Sequoia and others" TechCrunch 3/22
"BlackRock close to buying risk platform eFront for $1.3bn" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 3/22
"Mass production 3D printing? It's coming, and it's a big deal: Markforged $82 million raise should be a starting gun for mass production additive manufacturing, which will drive the next industrial revolution." ZDNet 3/22
"Stocks log worst day in over 2 ½ months as bond market flashes recession warning: Wall Street's so-called fear index spikes 24%" MarketWatch 3/22
"Dow Slammed on Weak Global Manufacturing Data; Inverted Yield Curve Hits Banks: Stocks closed sharply lower Friday after Wall Street was rattled by weaker-than-expected manufacturing data in the U.S. and Europe." TheStreet 3/22
"Markets Right Now: Banks, Tech Stocks lead US indexes lower" Associated Press 3/22
"Dow plunges 460 points on global growth fears" FOXBusiness 3/22
"Stocks, Bond Yields Fall Amid Anxiety Over World Economy: Global stocks and bond yields slumped Friday as weak manufacturing data deepened investors' anxiety about the health of the world economy." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3/22
"Asian markets mixed as investors process Fed's outlook: Stocks fall in Japan, Hong Kong, but rise in Southeast Asia" MarketWatch/Associated Press 3/22
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