"Operation Call it Quits" is a crackdown on companies responsible for more than a billion illegal robocalls.
From The 3:59 show: The major cyberattacks go as far back as 2012.
Plus, mobile hackers and Instagram deepfakes.
“Hacking a company that has mountains of data that is always updating is the holy grail for an intelligence agency.”
The platform wants to balance safety and speech.
Here's a breakdown of the embattled Chinese telecom and phone maker's saga so far.
His data dividend proposal is just one example, the governor tells Axios.
DJI says its drones do not collect or automatically share any user data.
500MB of data was stolen from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Plus, the US steps up efforts to scrub telecom networks of Huawei gear and a Senate bill would force big tech to disclose how much your data is worth.
Flying robots watching your home may not be a feature customers will want.
The cyberattacks took down Iranian computer networks used to control missile launches, says The Washington Post.
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