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  • FCC Allows SpaceX to Deploy 7,500 Second-Gen Starlink Satellites
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  • Google: After Using Rust, We Slashed Android Memory Safety Vulnerabilities
  • Intruders Gain Access to User Data in LastPass Incident
  • Elon Musk and Neuralink Announce… Nope Nope Nope Nope Nope NOPE Nope No.
  • Why Dandelion Seeds Are So Good at Spreading Widely
  • Researchers Used a Sirius XM Bug to Easily Hijack a Bunch of Different Cars
  • Sperm Counts Worldwide are Plummeting Faster Than Ever
  • Fusion Power is 'Approaching' Reality Thanks to a Magnetic Field Breakthrough
  • South Dakota Bans Government Employees From Using TikTok
  • Mushroom-Based Substrates Create Flexible and Sustainable Electronics
  • TSMC's Arizona Plant Will Build Apple's 4nm Chips Starting in 2024
  • Turns Out Fighting Mosquitoes With Mosquitoes Actually Works
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  • Time's Up: The Leap Second is Being Scrapped
  • Lab-Grown Meat Moves One Step Closer to Reality With FDA Green Light
  • NRL Engineers Ready Innovative Robotic Servicing Payload for Launch
  • Top Zeus Botnet Suspect “Tank” Arrested in Geneva
  • UK Forces Chinese-Owned Company to Offload Newport Wafer Fab
  • The Pristine Winchcombe Meteorite Suggests That Earth's Water Came From Asteroids
  • Time to Remove Some Untrustworthy Certificate Authorities From Browser and OS
  • Laser-Driven Fusion's Internal Energies Not Matching Up With Predictions
  • India Follows EU's Example in Requiring USB-C Charging for Smart Devices
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  • Beavers Will Become a Bigger Boon to River Water Quality as U.S. West Warms
  • First-Ever ISP Study Reveals Arbitrary Costs, Fluctuating Speeds, Lack of Options
  • Researchers Grew Bigger Vegetables Using Exhaled CO2 as Fertilizer
  • Why Daylight Saving Time Just Isn't Healthy, According to Science
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  • Study Confirms That Processed Foods Key to Rising Obesity
  • Waymo’s Self-Driving Taxis Are Becoming Meteorologists
  • New DuckDuckGo Tool Brings Apple-Style Privacy to Android
  • A New Tick-Borne Disease is Killing Cattle in the US
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  • Cable Company’s Accidental Email to Rival Discusses Plan to Block Competition
  • Earth Can Regulate its Own Temperature Over Millennia, New Study Finds
  • Intel Hit With $948.8 Million VLSI Infringement Verdict
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  • Scientists Simulate a Wormhole, NASA’s Moon Infrastructure, China’s Space Station Crew
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  • SpaceX’s Super Heavy Fires 11 of its Engines in a Long-Duration Test
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  • India Requires Internet Services to Collect and Store Vast Amount of Customer Data, Building a Path to Mass Surveillance
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  • Experts Condemn The UK Online Safety Bill As Harmful To Privacy And Encryption
  • Top Prosecutors in CA, NY and DC Are Speaking Up For End-to-End Encryption
  • EFF to Fifth Circuit: The First Amendment Protects the Right to Make Jokes on Social Media
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  • EFF, Coalition of California Privacy Advocates Caution Against Weakening CA Privacy Rights
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  • VICTORY! Congress Sends the Safe Connections Act to the President’s Desk
  • Monetization, Not Human Rights or Vulnerable Communities, Matter Most at Twitter Under Musk
  • Documents Show DOJ’s Multi-Pronged Effort to Undermine Section 230
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  • EFF's Atlas of Surveillance Database Now Documents 10,000+ Police Tech Programs
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  • Turkey's New Disinformation Law Spells Trouble For Free Expression
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  • EU Lawmakers Must Reject This Proposal To Scan Private Chats
  • Better Regulating Drone Use Requires Communication, Not Surveillance
  • Spanish ISPs Fall Short of Robust Commitments to User Privacy in New Eticas’ Report
  • Alaa Abd El Fattah Surpasses 200 Days of Hunger Strike as COP27 Summit Nears
  • Global Coalition Calls on UK Foreign Secretary to Secure the Release of Salma al-Shehab
  • Stop the Persecution: Iranian Authorities Must Immediately Release Technologists and Digital Rights Defenders
  • The Internet Is Not Facebook: Why Infrastructure Providers Should Stay Out of Content Policing
  • First Court in California Suppresses Evidence from Overbroad Geofence Warrant
  • Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 34.5
  • Copyright Trolls Target Users in Brazil, Threatening Due Process and Data Protection Rights. Civil Society Groups Are There to Help
  • Derechos Digitales Raises the Bar for Chilean ISPs' Privacy Commitments in New Report
  • A National Lab Is Promoting a "Digital Police Officer" Fantasy for Law Enforcement and Border Control
  • Court’s Decision Upholding Disastrous Texas Social Media Law Puts The State, Rather Than Internet Users, in Control of Everyone’s Speech Online
  • Snowflake Makes It Easy For Anyone to Fight Censorship
  • New Federal and State Court Rulings Show Courts are Divided on the Scope of Cell Phone Searches Post-Riley
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  • Putin drives over repaired Crimean Bridge (VIDEO)
  • Scholz reveals vision for Germany’s role in Europe
  • Ronaldo agrees deal with new team – Marca
  • Sudan’s military and political rulers sign deal
  • Kremlin responds to Scholz’s sanctions assessment
  • Russia preparing response to oil price cap – Kremlin
  • OPEC+ puts oil production plans on hold
  • Pele’s daughter responds to claims of icon’s deteriorating health
  • Close Putin ally unveils new role in Russia's top tech firm
  • Russian gas production slowing – media
  • West’s ‘illegitimate economic sanctions’ are doomed to fail – Russian PM
  • Russian Olympic chief invited to ‘significant’ summit
  • Russian and China step closer to building lunar station
  • As Russia launches more nuclear ice-breakers, how global warming could lead to a new hotspot in the Arctic
  • Tory chairman tells UK nurses to ‘send a message’ to Putin
  • Germany to miss NATO spending target – study
  • Messi names World Cup threats ahead of Dutch test
  • Ivan Timofeev: What does the West's 'oil price cap' mean for Russia and how will Moscow respond?
  • US funded Chinese lab for intelligence op – whistleblower
  • Western sanctions on Russian oil come into force
  • Banned women’s tennis star makes new discovery in doping case – media
  • France must change course on Ukraine – ex-presidential candidate
  • EU finalizing plan for new anti-Russia sanctions – Politico
  • Macron says he sees ‘resentment’ in Putin’s eyes
  • Kanye has theory about Musk’s genes
  • Reason England star suddenly left World Cup revealed
  • Six killed in Russian gas blast
  • Eminent economist flags 'biggest bubble in world history'
  • Italy explains why it can't abandon Russian gas
  • Germans banned from using effective fertilizers in shift toward ‘green’ farming
  • ‘Regret is not rape’ – Weinstein’s lawyer
  • US Republican leader calls for Big Tech investigation
  • England see off Senegal to set up France World Cup quarterfinal
  • Russia doubles down on oil price warning
  • Withdrawal of Russian weapons is key to nuclear plant deal – UN official
  • Valieva wins Russian Jumping Championship event
  • Musk issues warning about his ‘suicide’
  • Who ended the ‘Golden Age’ of UK-China relations?
  • Mbappe on fire as France reach Qatar 2022 quarterfinals
  • EU must ‘take action’ against US – von der Leyen
  • 10,000 troops surround city in gang crackdown
  • Thousands rally in Rome against arming Ukraine (VIDEO)
  • Russian sports body in talks about switch to Asia
  • Trump issues statement over Hunter BidenTwitter files
  • 2,500 endangered seals wash ashore in Russia (VIDEO)
  • Iran abolishes morality police
  • EU should sue US – trade chief
  • EU officially adopts price cap on Russian oil
  • One in four Germans won’t buy Christmas gifts this year – Bild
  • Russian UFC contender delivers stunning first-round KO (VIDEO)
  • Iran executes four on spying charges
  • Apple is back on Twitter – Bloomberg
  • Pentagon may run out of money for Ukraine – Politico
  • Millions of Brits may unplug from power grid
  • Fury calls out Usyk following routine win (VIDEO)
  • Finland outlines reasons for seeking NATO membership
  • Russian Central Bank reveals shift away from dollar and euro
  • French supermarkets urged to raise food prices
  • Kremlin comments on potential Putin Donbass visit
  • Hungary exempt from price cap on Russian oil – FM
  • Musk launches poll on Snowden and Assange
  • Belarusian leader reveals new military arrangement with Russia
  • UK nation withdraws free services from Ukrainians
  • India projected to become top-three global economy
  • Bleak future projected for crypto industry
  • NATO must prepare 'security guarantees' for Russia – Macron
  • Russia forms ‘shadow fleet’ to bypass oil sanctions – FT
  • Kids’ drag show canceled amid right-wing protests (VIDEOS)
  • Messi scores in landmark match as Argentina advance
  • Russian tycoon comments on ‘arrest’ in UK
  • UN ignores abuse of Ukrainian women in EU country – Moscow
  • Elon Musk’s ‘Twitter files’ make it impossible for Democrats to deny their censorship practices
  • Study warns about male chromosome
  • EU suffering from Ukraine conflict more than US – Michel
  • Trump Jr. hammers Zelensky
  • Musk’s Twitter files: What have we learned from the Hunter Biden laptop story?
  • Netherlands snuff out USA comeback to advance to quarterfinals
  • Brazilian legend Pele transferred to end-of-life care – media
  • US says NATO will ‘address the problem’ of China, but other members don’t seem too eager
  • Russian tycoon Fridman arrested in London – TASS
  • Party for €387,000 EU project attracts only six guests – media
  • Sweden fulfils Turkish demand – media
  • Controversial grandmaster to run for Russian Chess Federation presidency
  • Russia, Ukraine and the West: As winter arrives on the battlefield, what will happen next in the conflict?
  • Released Twitter files show ‘election interference’ – Rectenwald to RT
  • Number of hungry UK students surging — poll
  • Protesters rally near derailed train with NATOhardware
  • Neymar faces World Cup fitness race amid bad news for Jesus
  • Russia won’t accept oil price cap – Kremlin
  • Russia-China trade soars – official 
  • Swiss star accused of insulting Serbian rivals (VIDEO)
  • UK lawmakers attack EU chief over Ireland claims
  • Germany ‘sleepwalking’ into new migration crisis – top MEP
  • Parent groups revolt over French power outage plan
  • Real wages drop globally – UN
  • Western states reveal their price cap for Russian oil
  • Macron reveals details of 'honest' discussion with Musk
  • Musk exposes Twitter's suppression of freedom of speech
  • US unveils first new bomber since Cold War
  • OPEC+ mulling ‘deeper’ output cuts – analysts

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  • World Cup: Fans unfazed by passport checks, appointments to visit Qatar’s only liquor store
  • South Korea says North Korea fired artillery rounds near border
  • UAE, Ukraine to start talks on bilateral trade deal
  • UAE leader makes surprise visit to Qatar after years-long four-nation boycott of Doha
  • Coronavirus: protesters march near White House demanding ‘Free China!’
  • Ukraine war: Zelensky urges strength in race to restore power knocked out by Russian strikes
  • Ukraine war: oil rises as G7 price cap on Russian supplies kick in, as West tries to limit Moscow’s war machine
  • Many British pubs will close without help from ‘lethal’ energy prices warns industry
  • US Secretary of State Blinken warns Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu against settlements, annexation
  • Protesters storm governor’s office in southern Syrian city, two killed in clashes
  • Trump’s talk of ending US constitutional rules draws sharp rebukes from Democrats and Republicans
  • Israeli president Isaac Herzog touts business ties on first Bahrain visit
  • About 1,700 dead seals found on southern Russia’s Caspian coast
  • Human rights group says China has more secret ‘police stations’ abroad than initially reported
  • Opec+ agrees no change to oil policy, production targets
  • Iran abolishes morality police, says attorney general, after months-long anti-hijab protests
  • UK government could bring in military to ease strikes: Conservative Party chairman
  • Iran reviewing mandatory headscarf law after months-long protests
  • How the West ruined yoga by making it ‘the new sexy’ and India an ‘exotic playground’
  • Amgen’s experimental obesity drug shows promise in trials, with only mild side effects
  • Opec+ likely to maintain output levels despite sanctions on Russian oil
  • South Africa’s scandal-hit President Cyril Ramaphosa ‘not resigning’: spokesman
  • Ukraine war: Zelensky criticises oil price cap on Russian supplies; Kremlin rejects restrictions
  • Iran begins construction on nuclear power plant, state media reports
  • Historic crown to be modified for King Charles’ coronation in May
  • Pentagon chief: US faces pivotal years in countering China, needs military strength
  • Surge of anti-Jewish vitriol from celebrities stokes fears of normalising hate
  • Russia is boosting its cyberattacks on Ukraine and its allies, Microsoft says
  • UK crime agency arrests wealthy Russian suspected of money laundering as police target Putin enablers
  • US whistle-blower Snowden defends acceptance of Russian citizenship
  • UK, Greece holding ‘secret talks’ over treasured Elgin Marbles
  • Ukraine: Russia assembles a ‘shadow fleet’ of 100 oil tankers; reaps US$1 billion of wheat from Ukraine
  • Elon Musk hails release of internal Twitter emails linked to Hunter Biden laptop story
  • Man to get almost US$18 million for wrongful conviction over New York killing after 25 years in prison
  • Germany resists US pressure for blanket Huawei ban
  • US whistle-blower Edward Snowden gets Russian passport, takes citizenship oath
  • US and EU ‘never been more aligned’, including on China, Taiwan and Russia, say senior diplomats
  • Alex Jones files for bankruptcy following US$1.5 billion Sandy Hook verdicts
  • US says some Chinese solar panel makers dodging tariffs, will impose new duties
  • If the US means to win back Asean from China, showing up isn’t enough
  • EU strikes deal on oil price cap to starve Russia’s war machine in Ukraine
  • WHO pleased to see China ease strict zero-Covid policies
  • Global protests are the result of years of neglect as deluded elite remain blind to realities
  • US debuts new B-21 nuclear stealth bomber in defence race with China
  • Travel chaos: US, UK airport strikes expected to affect holiday travel period
  • Parcels with ‘bloody’ animals’ eyes sent to Ukrainian embassies in six countries
  • Elon Musk suspends Kanye West from Twitter after offensive image post
  • Blow to PM Sunak’s party as UK opposition wins special election and another minister stands down
  • Ukraine war enters new phase with first winter since Russia’s invasion
  • Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s bank fraud charges to be dismissed, ending fraught chapter in US-China tech war
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  • Manso espetacular atolada em dvidas de Apstolo Valdemiro Santiago, diz prefeitura de Ilhabela
  • How Jared Kushner Lost at the World Cup in Qatar
  • Barry Jones Is Spending Another Holiday Season on Death Row. Could It Be His Last?
  • Addressing Climate Change Will Not “Save the Planet”
  • Netflix's “Farha” and the Palestinian Right to Process Pain Through Art
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  • Entrevista: 'As Foras Armadas no devem ter voz alguma em um ambiente poltico', diz pesquisador
  • CIA Venture Capital Arm Partners With Ex-Googler’s Startup to “Safeguard the Internet”
  • Ultrapassada, grande imprensa critica fenmenos da internet enquanto reproduz racismo e fake news
  • Fossil Fuel-Funded Super PAC Eyes $11.5 Million Spending Operation for Herschel Walker in Final Days
  • Biden Administration Says Legal Immunity for Saudi Crown Prince Was Unavoidable. Privately, They Weren’t So Sure.
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  • Montana Judge Won’t Halt Gov. Greg Gianforte’s Aggressive Wolf Hunt
  • Senate Blocks Sick Days for Rail Workers, Averts Strike by Forcing Biden Agreement
  • War Industry Looking Forward to “Multiyear Authority” in Ukraine
  • Relatrio mostra que 13 clubes de tiro na Amaznia foram autuados por armas sem registro, munio sem controle e outras irregularidades
  • Senador pede investigao de capito lotado no gabinete da Presidncia que estimula atos golpistas
  • Iran’s Protest Movement and Its Future
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  • In a Wisconsin Trump County, and Across the U.S., Progressive Health Care Initiatives Coasted Through
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  • Matt Walsh Never Tweeted 'Taking Advantage of a Drunk Girl Is Not Rape'
  • Was Ye Actually Suspended from Twitter for Posting Unflattering Pic of Musk?
  • Was a Swastika Logo Displayed at the 2022 APEC CEO Summit?
  • Blue Owls Aren't Real, Despite Pictures Shared Online
  • Do All Blue-Eyed Humans Share a Single, Common Ancestor?
  • Did Joe Biden Never Visit the U.S.-Mexico Border After Becoming President?
  • Simon Cowell Is Not Dead, Despite 'Very Sad News' Death Hoax
  • Did a Power Surge in a Plugged-In Air Fryer Cause a Fire, as Claimed in Viral Facebook Post?
  • Is Georgia Senate Candidate Herschel Walker Really a Texas Resident?
  • Scientists Study Thawed 'Zombie Virus' from Siberian Permafrost
  • Is This a Real Interview with Dad of Colorado Springs Shooting Suspect?
  • Video Does Not Show Electric Scooter Bikes Abandoned in a 'Graveyard' Due to High Cost of Batteries
  • Did George Washington Say, 'It Is Better To Be Alone Than In Bad Company'?
  • Did a Movie Begin with an 'Unlikable Female Protagonist' Warning?
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  • No, This Isn't a Real Photo of Balenciaga Stylist Lotta Volkova
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  • Did Thomas Jefferson Say 'Two Enemies of the People are Criminals and Government'?
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  • ‘Gaslighting’ is Merriam-Webster’s 2022 Word of the Year
  • No, CNN Didn't Say Musk Could Threaten Free Speech by Letting People Speak Freely
  • Did Thomas Jefferson Say 'Democracy Is Nothing More Than Mob Rule'?
  • Was a Cookie Recipe on a Headstone Only Made Public 'Over My Dead Body'?
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