• Picnic, an online supermarket that delivers groceries in 125 Dutch and German cities, raises €250M, plans to build a new automated distribution center (DutchNews.nl)
  • Korean crypto exchange Upbit confirms it has lost 342K of ether worth ~$49M, suspends deposits/withdrawals, says losses will be covered with its own assets (Wolfie Zhao/CoinDesk)

Free Software Foundation Offers Benefits and Merchandise In Its Annual Fundraiser

An anonymous reader writes: The Free Software Foundation is holding its annual fundraiser, with a goal of attracting 600 new members by the end of December. (New members so far: 112.) “We are still fighting the oppressive nature of proprietary software,” explains the campaign’s web page. “We have made solid inroads, and the community is as passionate as ever.” As a 501(c)(3) charity the group’s membership dues are all tax…

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Google fixes a critical DoS flaw tracked as CVE-2019-2232 in Android

Google addressed a critical vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2019-2232, that could trigger a permanent denial of service (DoS) condition in Android. Google released December 2019 security updates for its Android mobile OS that addressed several flaws, including a critical vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2019-2232, that could result in a permanent denial of service (DoS). Google addressed more […]

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DHS Retreats on Possible Facial Screening of US Citizens

The Homeland Security Department is backing away from requiring that U.S. citizens submit to facial-recognition technology when they leave or enter the country. The department said Thursday that it has no plans to expand facial recognition to U.S. citizens. A spokesman said DHS will delete the idea from its regulatory agenda, where privacy advocates spotted it this week. The advocates and lawmakers accused DHS of reneging on repeated promises not…

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What web browser is better?

Hey guys I am an aspiring ethical hacker and I am wondering, just since you guys would probably know this, which web browser is better? Firefox or Opera GX? I have heard that Opera not only has a ad blocker installed but has a VPN as well. However many…

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Top 6 Best Alternative For r/SoccerStreams for Live Streaming

In Short Hacks: After the removal of a popular subreddit with 100k followers, /r/SoccerStreams for copyright issues. We are here with some top working alternatives to r/soccerstreams so that you can’t miss the upcoming football leagues, Obviously for free. Here we have listed top best alternatives so that you can stream all football leagues in […]

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Former Oracle Product Manager Claims He Was Forced Out For Refusing to Sell Vaporware

A former Oracle employee filed a lawsuit against the database giant on Tuesday claiming that he was forced out for refusing to lie about the functionality of the company’s software. The civil complaint, filed on behalf of plaintiff Tayo Daramola in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, contends that Oracle violated whistleblower protections under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Dodd-Frank Act, the RICO Act, and the California Labor Code. According…

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