Google co-founder Sergey Brin has claimed that he had no knowledge of a plan to build a censored search engine for the Chinese market before it was leaked to media. His claim was made during an employees' meeting that ended in an anti-climax after it was discovered that someone was leaking the proceedings to a reporter who was live-tweeting it.
Managers at Google have been trying to shut down access to any material connected to a project to build a censored mobile app for China, The Intercept reports, citing company insiders.
An independent security consultant has dismissed claims by Symantec that a new wave of attacks is taking aim at energy targets in the US and Europe, saying such probes are "meant to demonstrate capabilities, while offering no real threat to the distributed US energy grid".
Thank you Sam - been noticing the pro-war propagandist scum hard at work all over Newscorp's media outlets too.And people[…]
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Happy birthday, JS!
If you squeeze harder you can always get a bit more juice from a lemon. But it’s still a lemon.
Let me guess, they don't routinely purge personal data from former clients?