FILE - This March 20, 2018, file photo shows the YouTube app on an iPad in Baltimore. YouTube said it would be suspending U.S. President Donald Trump’s channel for at least a week amid concerns around “ongoing potential for violence,” making it the latest platform to limit the president’s online activities. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
YouTube Suspends Trump’s Channel for at Least a Week
  • 13 January 2021
The Google-owned platform said it removed content that was uploaded on January 12 to the...
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The logo of the social media platform Parler is displayed in Berlin, Jan. 10, 2021. In the background on a screen is the platform's website. The conservative-friendly social network Parler was booted off the internet Monday, Jan. 11, over ties to last week's siege on the U.S. Capitol, but not before hackers made off with an archive of its posts, including any that might have helped organize or document the riot. (Christophe Gateau/dpa via AP)
Right-Wing App Parler Booted off Internet over Ties to Capitol Siege
  • 11 January 2021
Amazon kicked Parler off its web-hosting service, and the social media app promptly sued to...
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File-This Dec. 2, 2020, file photo shows the Slack app icon being displayed on a computer screen in Tokyo. Slack suffered a global outage Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, during the first day back to work for most people after the New Year’s holiday. Users reported service was down in the U.S., Asia, Latin America Europe, and India. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)
‘Is Slack Down?,’ Service Kicks Off 2021 with Global Outage
  • 4 January 2021
Slack, the messaging service used by millions of people for work and school, suffered a...
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FILE - In this Dec. 29, 2020 file photo, debris remains on the sidewalk in front of buildings damaged in a Christmas Day explosion in Nashville, Tenn. The Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville led to communications outages over hundreds of miles in the southern U.S., raising concerns about the vulnerability of U.S. networks. Widespread service outages followed the explosion, which damaged a major AT&T network hub, extended hundreds of miles to at least four neighboring states, disrupting 911 call centers, hospitals and flights out of the Nashville airport. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)
Nashville Bombing Spotlights Vulnerable Voice, Data Networks
  • 31 December 2020
The Christmas Day bombing raised new concerns about the vulnerability of U.S. communications.
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FILE - This Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 file photo shows FireEye offices in Milpitas, Calif. Experts say it’s going to take months to kick elite hackers widely believed to be Russian out of U.S. government networks. The hackers have been quietly rifling through those networks for months in Washington’s worst cyberespionage failure on record. FireEye is the cybersecurity company that discovered the worst-ever intrusion into U.S. agencies and was among the victims. It has already tallied dozens of casualties. It’s racing to identify more. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
Hacked Networks Will Need to Be Burned ‘Down to the Ground’
  • 19 December 2020
Experts say there simply are not enough skilled threat-hunting teams to duly identify all the...
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Gmail, YouTube Down Briefly as Google Suffers Outage
  • 14 December 2020
Tens of thousands of complaints popped up around 7 a.m. Eastern along the East Coast...
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US Agencies Hacked in Monthslong Global Cyberspying Campaign
  • 14 December 2020
The Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity arm warned of an "unacceptable risk" to the executive...
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FILE- In this Oct. 3, 2019 file photo, Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during a visit to El Centro College in Dallas. Pichai has apologized for how a prominent artificial intelligence researcher's abrupt departure last week has “seeded doubts” in the company. Pichai told Google employees in a memo Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020 obtained by Axios that the tech company is beginning a review of the circumstances leading up to Black computer scientist Timnit Gebru's exit and how Google could have “led a more respectful process.” (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
Timnit Gebru’s Abrupt Exit to be Reviewed, Google CEO Says
  • 9 December 2020
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has apologized for how a prominent artificial intelligence researcher's abrupt departure...
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Famed Test Pilot Chuck Yeager, First to Break Sound Barrier, Dead at 97
  • 7 December 2020
The test pilot who took aviation to the doorstep of space by becoming the first...
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FILE - This March 29, 2018 file photo shows the Facebook logo on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite, in New York's Times Square. Facebook said Thursday Dec. 3, 2020, it will start removing false claims about COVID-19 vaccines, in its latest move to counter a tide of coronavirus-related online misinformation. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
Facebook to Remove COVID-19 Vaccine-Related Misinformation
  • 3 December 2020
The U.S. tech giant is taking action as the first COVID-19 vaccines are set to...
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A refrigerated truck drives out of the Pfizer Manufacturing plant in Puurs, Belgium, on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. British officials on Wednesday authorized a COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, greenlighting the world's first shot against the virus that's backed by rigorous science and taking a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Phishing Ploy Targets COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Effort
  • 3 December 2020
The precision targeting and careful efforts to leave no tracks bore "the potential hallmarks of...
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FILE - This April 26, 2017, file photo shows the Twitter app icon on a mobile phone in Philadelphia. Twitter is launching tweets that disappear in 24 hours called “Fleets” globally, echoing social media sites like Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram that already have disappearing posts. The company said Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020, the ephemeral tweets, which it calls “fleets," are designed to allay the concerns of new users who might be turned off by the public and permanent nature of normal tweets. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Twitter Launches Disappearing Tweets That Vanish in a Day
  • 17 November 2020
Twitter is launching tweets that disappear in 24 hours, called “Fleets.”
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