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Level1 News March 5 2019: You Can Tell By The Way I Use My Walk I'm A Chinese Dissident Patron Ed. | Level One Techs


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0:23 - U.S. Justice Department will not appeal AT&T, Time Warner merger after court loss 0:43 - Microsoft CEO defends Pentagon contract following employee outcry 1:04 - New York makes its pitch -- again -- for Amazon's HQ2 1:49 - Judge says Washington state cyberstalking law violates free speech 2:42 - Tesla CEO Elon Musk should be held in contempt, SEC tells judge 4:02 - Thailand passes internet security law decried as 'cyber martial law' 4:40 - A European data privacy office has 15 open investigations. Ten are about Facebook. 5:37 - Police in Canada Are Tracking People’s ‘Negative’ Behavior In a ‘Risk’ Database 6:55 - Intel kills 5G deal with China's Unigroup over U.S. security concerns 7:19 - Chinese police test gait-recognition technology from AI start-up Watrix that identifies people based on how they walk 8:37 - 1 in 5 companies say China stole their IP within the last year 9:30 - Meng Wanzhou: Huawei chief executive can be extradited, Canada says 10:21 - ‘Gene-edited babies’ is one of the most censored topics on Chinese social media 11:36 - Twitter confirms it’s working on a ‘Hide Tweet’ feature 12:27 - BlackBerry sues Twitter for patent infringement 12:57 - Reddit tests tipping users, starting with Mr. Hell in a Cell 14:08 - Gab wants to add a comments section to everything on the internet 15:26 - TikTok to Pay $5.7 Million FTC Fine Over Child Privacy Law Allegations 16:04 - Instagram is now the number one platform for child abusers 17:41 - Facebook and Telegram Are Hoping to Succeed Where Bitcoin Failed 18:49 - Facebook wants up to 30% of fan subscriptions vs Patreon’s 5% 19:06 - Facebook admits 18% of Research spyware users were teens, not 19:38 - Revealed: Facebook’s global lobbying against data privacy laws 21:30 - Facebook’s “Clear History” tool might actually happen. It’s about time. 22:31 - Report: Facebook Moderators Are Routinely High and Joke About Suicide to Cope With Job 24:10 - Amazon to open all-new grocery stores separate from Whole Foods 24:56 - Foldable iPhone heating system could prevent damage in cold weather 25:50 - LG’s latest flagship uses your hand veins to unlock 26:43 - The brick is back: Energizer phone has 50 days of battery life 27:47 - Amazon stops selling Dash buttons, goofy forerunners of the connected home 29:14 - YouTube to Shut Off Comments on Videos With Kids Amid Predator Scandal 30:03 - Self-harm clips hidden in kids' cartoons 31:09 - Tesla Makes Record $920 Million Payment for Convertible Bond 31:42 - Tesla will close most of its stores and only sell cars online 32:45 - Tesla finally launches standard Model 3 for $35,000 33:46 - The Polestar 2 is a Google-powered all-electric Tesla competitor 34:51 - Netflix is testing even more expensive subscription prices 35:53 - Hello, we’re making some changes - Rotten Tomatoes 37:01 - Hit with $310M Judgment, Windstream Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy 38:02 - Epic Games sued over ‘predatory’ Llama loot boxes 38:45 - Nanotechnology makes it possible for mice to see in infrared 39:56 - U.S. companies put record number of robots to work in 2018 40:52 - Boeing’s autonomous fighter jet could arrive next year 41:36 - Startup Gets Ready for Factory Robots Working Alongside Humans 42:36 - Google’s DeepMind can predict wind patterns a day in advance 43:29 - 'Bad bots' account for about 40 per cent of traffic on ticketing websites 44:20 - FedEx turns to Segway inventor to build delivery robot 45:20 - 4 things you didn't know about Twitter's logo 47:22 - Samsung is loading McAfee antivirus software on smart TVs 48:16 - Serious Amazon Ring vulnerability leaves audio and video feeds open to interception and spoofing 49:44 - Coinhive cryptojacking service to shut down in March 2019 50:30 - Cryptocurrency wallet caught sending user passwords to Google's spellchecker 51:21 - Cloudflare expands its government warrant canaries 52:13 - Thunderbolt vulnerabilities leave computers wide-open 53:10 - Researchers break digital signatures for most desktop PDF viewers 54:11 - New flaws in 4G, 5G allow attackers to intercept calls and track phone locations 54:34 - 5G means you’ll have to say goodbye to your location privacy 56:14 - Plain wrong: Millions of utility customers’ passwords stored in plain text 57:34 - UFED iPhone/Android hacking tools on sale on ebay from $100 58:20 - IBM so very, very sorry after jobs page casually asks hopefuls: Are you white, black... or yellow 1:00:19 - Computer servers 'stranded' in space 1:01:25 - FarFarOut displaces FarOut as the most distant object in our solar system 1:02:12 - Millions of Ugandans quit internet services as social media tax takes effect 1:03:48 - Michigan attorney general uses Facebook message to serve $784K judgment 1:05:11 - Family pug seized by town over unpaid debts and sold on eBay 1:06:48 - Florida Man blames anime for molesting girl in church utility closet 1:08:25 - Man accused of dipping testicles in customer's salsa


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