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2018-08-07 | SegmentStack Linux bug, Wannacry is a gift that keeps giving, and US Military reviewing fitness tracking app usage
Tuesday, August 7
Probably not a surprise, but FCC officially admits that a supposed breach of its comment system last year never actually happened.
TWEET OF THE DAY
#wannacry is the gift that keeps on giving. TSMC, a mobile component supplier, had its manufacturing disrupted and is projecting up to $1.5B loss this quarter because of it. - @beauwoods
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Voting Village at DEF CON is back and with some great speakers lined up
After fitness tracking data leakage like Strava, US Military is revisiting its rules on their usage.
Cup of joe with 300 mg of caffeine anyone? Starbucks is the place. Quartz looked at coffee from several establishments and found that price and caffeine content correlate closely, meaning you get more caffeine for your money at Starbucks than you do at McDonalds.
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Recent data releases emphasize the need for situational awareness when members of the military share personal information.
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