Intel addresses faulty Spectre patch, Murdoch wants Facebook to pay for content
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following the announcement of cpu vulnerabilities spending back nearly two decades, Intel is now dealing with faulty patches that some users reporting random reboots and other issues.
A new patch is out and the company recommends ditching the first round of updates for this one which supposedly is now down the floor.
Newscorp executive chairman Rupert Murdoch is calling on Facebook and other online news platforms to pay publishers for content that gets published to their sites.
Murdoch believes that these platforms should follow the model that's been adopted by cable companies, where they pay a carriage fee.
Finally, the state of Montana is the first to enact its own version of net neutrality.
Its governor signed an executive order that requires all Internet providers to honor the principles set forth by net neutrality, for any customer in the state.
If it's legally sound, the FCC may have a tough time reversing it.
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