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2020

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October

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  • To limit tech, some say a new regulator is needed. Even as the Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against Google for unlawfully maintaining a monopoly in search and search advertising, a growing number of legal experts and economists have started questioning whether traditional antitrust
  • The police can probably break into your phone. At least 2,000 law enforcement agencies in all 50 states now have tools to get into locked, encrypted phones and extract their data, according to years of public records collected in a report by Upturn, a Washington
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  • PayPal abrirá su red a las criptomonedas. PayPal Holdings Inc dijo el miércoles que permitirá a los clientes tener bitcoin y otras monedas virtuales en su cartera en línea y comprar con las criptomonedas en los 26 millones
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  • Cómo combatir la crisis de desinformación. Existe una enfermedad que ha estado propagándose durante años. Como cualquier virus resistente, evoluciona para encontrar nuevas maneras de atacarnos. No está en nuestros cuerpos, sino en internet.
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  • Teachers can look inside students’ homes now. Remote learning has brought school home for students during the pandemic, turning a living room or bedroom into a makeshift classroom. But many families worry this means giving up home privacy for their children&rsquo
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  • Congress accuses four tech giants of monopoly tactics. Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google engaged in anti-competitive, monopoly-style tactics to evolve into four of the world’s most powerful corporate behemoths, according to congressional investigators who called in a wide-ranging report released Tuesday

September

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  • Ransomware attacks take on new urgency. Attacks against small towns, big cities and the contractors who run their voting systems have federal officials fearing that hackers will try to sow chaos around the election.
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August

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  • Telehealth expansion eyed beyond pandemic. During the coronavirus pandemic the use of telehealth visits has taken off after Medicare temporarily relaxed restrictions that predated the smartphone era. But permanently expanding telehealth access will involve striking a balance between costs and
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