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- Trump Is Wrong About TikTok. China’s Plans Are Much More Sinister.The West still doesn’t understand the scale of Beijing’s soft-power ambitions.
- "I Have Blood On My Hands": A Whistleblower Says Facebook Ignored Global Political Manipulation A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew about specific examples of global political manipulation — and failed to act
- How One Man Conned the Beltway The billion-dollar “Black Budget” demands secrecy. That made it a perfect target.
- Treasury Sanctions Cyber Actors Backed by Iranian Intelligence Ministry
- Nvidia will buy Arm for up to $40 billion, combining smartphone, GPU powerhouses Nvidia is set to buy Arm for as much as $40 billion, the largest semiconductor deal ever. Nvidia says that it will use Arm's CPUs to bolster its AI technology.
- Chinese firm harvests social media posts, data of prominent Americans and military The Zhenhua database purports to offer insights into foreign political, military and business figures, and details about countries’ infrastructure
- QAnon Website Shuts Down After N.J. Man Identified as Operator A popular website for posts about the conspiracy group QAnon abruptly shut down after a fact-checking group identified the developer as a New Jersey man.
- Hackers attack Fairfax County Public Schools network, FBI investigating FCPS said ransomware had been placed on their technology systems. They believe they are the victim of 'cyber criminals connected to dozens of ransomware attacks.'