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  • Israeli Firm Unveils Autonomous Armed Robot
  • Anger Over Australian Nuclear Submarine Deal
  • Jupiter Just Got Smacked by a Space Rock and an Amateur Astronomer Caught it On Camera
  • Office 2021 Will be Available for Non-Microsoft 365 Subscribers on October 5
  • Extreme Weather to Cost US Over $100B this Year
  • Israel Assassinated Iranian Nuclear Scientist Using a Remote-Controlled Machine Gun
  • Q&A with Co-Creator of the 6502 Processor
  • Part of the Universe's Missing Matter Found
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux Targeted by Malware
  • Chinese Astronauts Return to Earth After 90-day Mission
  • Flying a Helicopter on Mars is Getting "Harder and Harder," NASA Says
  • China Preparing to Test Thorium Nuclear Reactor
  • U.S. Generals Planning for a Space War They See as All but Inevitable
  • Researchers Managed to Toilet Train Cows, and They Learned Faster Than a Toddler
  • Scientists Created the World's Whitest Paint. It Could Eliminate the Need for air Conditioning.
  • California Wildfires Threaten Famous Giant Sequoia Trees
  • Pollutionwatch: How Bad are Bonfires for the Environment?
  • Facebook Documents Show How Toxic Instagram is for Teens, Wall Street Journal Reports
  • Engineered E. Coli Could Make Carbohydrates, Renewable Fuel, From CO2
  • Study: Childhood Obesity in U.S. Accelerated During Pandemic
  • Scientists Find Evidence of Humans Making Clothes 120,000 Years Ago
  • France Suspends 3,000 Unvaccinated Health Workers Without Pay
  • China Accounts for 40% of 6G Patent Applications: Survey
  • Home Computing Pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair Dies Aged 81
  • Black Summer Bushfires Triggered Southern Ocean Algal Blooms Bigger Than Australia
  • 90% of Global Farm Subsidies Damage People and Planet, Says UN
  • Travis CI Flaw Exposed Secrets of Thousands of Open Source Projects
  • Vermont Sues Oil Companies for Allegedly Falsifying Climate Info
  • China Has 'Too Many' Electric Vehicle Companies, Minister Says
  • Astronomers Solve 900-Year-Old Cosmic Mystery Surrounding Chinese Supernova of 1181AD
  • "Dramatically More Powerful": World’s First Battery-Electric Freight Train Unveiled
  • Influenza Cases Hit an All-Time Low in Australia in 2021
  • Two New Microcontroller Boards Released with Built In Displays
  • LG's Outrageous Direct-view LED TV Tops Out at 335 Inches, $1.7 Million
  • Scientists Create Matter From Pure Light, Proving the Breit-Wheeler Effect
  • Microsoft Remote Work Study: Average Length of Workweek Has Increased 10% During Pandemic
  • Apple and John Deere Shareholder Resolutions Demand They Explain Their Bad Repair Policies
  • Rerun of Supernova Blast Expected to Appear in 2037
  • The Stormy Relationship Between Solar Power and the Weather
  • Storage Galore: New PS5 Update Finally Lets Users Add More Space for Games
  • Site's Security Certificates Expired -- Now are Renewed and Problem Seems to be Solved
  • Bruce Is a Parrot with a Broken Beak. So He Invented a Tool.
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  • Tesla Opens NM Showroom on Tribal Land, Avoiding Direct-Sale Ban
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  • Taking Lessons from a Sea Slug, Study Points to Better Hardware for Artificial Intelligence
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  • Ebola Vaccine Regimen Generates Strong Immune Response in Children and Adults in a Clinical Trial
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  • The Chinese Version of TikTok Is Limiting Kids To 40 Minutes a Day
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  • Peter Thiel Claims Zuckerberg Agreed To Push 'State-Sanctioned Conservatism' Under Trump Deal
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  • NASA’s VIPER Rover Will Hunt for Water Near Nobile Crater at Moon’s South Pole
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  • Finally an Answer to why Gamma Rays are Coming From Seemingly Empty Space
  • Astronaut Blood and Urine Could Help Build Structures on the Moon
  • Perseverance has Already Detected Over 300 Dust Devils and Vortices on Mars
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  • The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Patents Aren't Products (Yet)
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  • Texas’ Social Media Law is Not the Solution to Censorship
  • Lessons From History: Afghanistan and the Dangerous Afterlives of Identifying Data
  • Surveillance Self-Defense Guides Now Available in Burmese
  • EFF and Allies Urge Council of Europe to Add Strong Human Rights Safeguards Before Final Adoption of Flawed Cross Border Surveillance Treaty
  • Protestors Nationwide Rally to Tell Apple: "Don't Break Your Promise!"
  • Geofence Warrants Threaten Civil Liberties and Free Speech Rights in Kenosha and Nationwide
  • The Other 20-Year Anniversary: Freedom and Surveillance Post-9/11
  • The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Voice Recognition and Surveillance
  • Don’t Stop Now: Join EFF, Fight for the Future at Apple Protests Nationwide
  • The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Prison Gaming and AR/VR Services
  • EFF Activists To Lead Protest Demanding Apple Cancel iPhone Scanning Program and Keep Its Privacy Promises To Customers
  • EFF to Court: FOIA Requires ICE to Release Arrest and Deportation Database Records With Privacy Protections
  • EFF to Council of Europe: Cross Border Police Surveillance Treaty Must Have Ironclad Safeguards to Protect Individual Rights and Users’ Data
  • The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Mobile Correctional Facility Robots
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  • The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Monitoring Online Purchases of Inmates’ Family and Friends
  • Video Briefing Wednesday: EFF and Partners Will Deliver to Apple Petitions with 50,000 Signatures Demanding End to Phone Scanning Program
  • Delays Aren't Good Enough—Apple Must Abandon Its Surveillance Plans
  • Without Changes, Council of Europe’s Draft Police Surveillance Treaty is a Pernicious Influence on Latam Legal Privacy Frameworks
  • Introducing “apkeep,” EFF Threat Lab’s new APK Downloader
  • New Texas Abortion Law Likely to Unleash a Torrent of Lawsuits Against Online Education, Advocacy and Other Speech
  • Victory! Federal Trade Commission Bans Stalkerware Company from Conducting Business
  • Court Ruling Against Locast Gets the Law Wrong; Lets Giant Broadcast Networks Control Where and How People Watch Free TV
  • 25,000 EFF Supporters Have Told Apple Not To Scan Their Phones
  • Vaccine Passport Missteps We Should Not Repeat
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  • Victory! Lawsuit Proceeds Against Clearview’s Face Surveillance
  • EFF to Council of Europe: Flawed Cross Border Police Surveillance Treaty Needs Fixing—Here Are Our Recommendations to Strengthen Privacy and Data Protections Across the World
  • Apple’s Plan to Scan Photos in Messages Turns Young People Into Privacy Pawns
  • Facebook’s Secret War on Switching Costs
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  • Chicago Inspector General: Using ShotSpotter Does Not Justify Crime Fighting Utility
  • OnlyFans Content Creators Are the Latest Victims of Financial Censorship
  • ACLU Advocate Reining in Government Use of Face Surveillance, Champion of Privacy Rights Research, and Data Security Trainer Protecting Black Communities Named Recipients of EFF’s Pioneer Award
  • New Writing and Management Role on EFF's Fundraising Team
  • EFF Joins Global Coalition Asking Apple CEO Tim Cook to Stop Phone-Scanning
  • Illinois Bought Invasive Phone Location Data From Banned Broker Safegraph
  • How LGBTQ+ Content is Censored Under the Guise of "Sexually Explicit"
  • Jewel v. NSA: Americans (Still) Deserve Their Day in Court
  • Speak Out Against Apple’s Mass Surveillance Plans
  • Facebook’s Attack on Research is Everyone's Problem
  • Party Like It’s 1979: The OG Antitrust Is Back, Baby!
  • A New Bill Would Protect Indie Video Game Developers and App Developers
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  • 1.5 years behind bars for a tweet: Belarusian court sentences Russian woman to jail time after ‘defaming’ Lukashenko on Twitter
  • Double-vaxxed Australian Olympic champion swimmer Madison Wilson ‘scared’ after being hospitalized with Covid in Italy
  • How do you deal with the Taliban? With West still reeling from militants’ victory in Afghanistan, Russia & China are taking charge
  • CIA officer suffers 'Havana syndrome' symptoms on India trip – reports
  • China’s Harbin shuts down spas and entertainment venues, orders people not to leave city after reporting one Covid case
  • No kneed: Chelsea star Alonso risks woke backlash as he explains decision to stop taking a knee, says he didn’t consult teammates
  • ECHR rules Russia was responsible for death of Litvinenko, former FSB agent who defected to Britain's MI6 – Moscow denies role
  • France unwilling to set aside submarine dispute with Australia, minister says, stressing it’s also an EU matter
  • Sudan thwarts military coup attempt, officials say, after soldiers reportedly tried to seize army HQ and state radio (VIDEO)
  • ‘F**k the jab’ protesters block Melbourne’s West Gate Freeway, clash with riot police (VIDEOS)
  • Indian stock market on course to become world’s 5th largest by 2024 – Goldman Sachs
  • Manila backs controversial AUKUS security pact as move to fix ‘imbalance’ of power in Southeast Asia
  • Canada’s Trudeau says he has clear mandate to get country through pandemic after opposition concedes election defeat
  • Electricity prices to spike 10% in France this winter, consumer group warns
  • LA County says maskless Emmys ceremony was NOT in violation of Covid-19 rules, exemption made for ‘performers’
  • Trudeau’s Liberal Party projected to retain power in Canada, but might fall short of majority
  • Armed man arrested at J6 rally to face NO charges as he’s confirmed to be a federal officer with CBP
  • Missouri Supreme Court asked to suspend law licenses of St. Louis couple charged & pardoned after waving guns at BLM protesters
  • Democrats mistake horse reins for WHIPS to accuse Border Patrol of cruelty to Haitian migrants crossing from Mexico
  • One in FIVE UK adults would work in porn if the salary was high enough & they felt safe – poll
  • ‘Breach of confidence:’ French FM denounces AUKUS deal, says Europeans need to rethink alliances and partnerships
  • Police launch criminal hooliganism investigation after fans jump fence in stadium in bloody fight over flares during match (VIDEO)
  • WATCH Lava ‘destroy everything it encounters’ in Canary Islands amid ongoing volcano eruption
  • Federal auto investigators probe 30 MILLION vehicles over faulty airbag inflators – reports
  • Kosovo’s Albanian police ban Serbian license plates, use tear gas against protesters, as US and EU urge ‘restraint’ on both sides
  • Outraged bosses slam ‘objectification of human body’ after broadcaster shows close-up shots of top female climber’s buttocks
  • ‘You will always be missed’: Khabib Nurmagomedov pays tribute on his birthday to his late father Abdulmanap as UFC hails ex-champ
  • Biden to take Covid-19 booster shot on camera amid criticism of his vaccine mandate
  • Deaf Olympics football match in Ukraine stopped as dogs invade the pitch – then a horse heads for a dugout minutes later (VIDEO)
  • ‘I completely double down’: Basketball star axed for rejecting vaccine... a month after his brother was released over Pfizer claim
  • After much soul-searching, Washington Post declares its real problem...not enough editors of color. Solution? Hire 41 more
  • ‘Not acceptable’: EU chief criticizes treatment of France by AUKUS nuclear sub pact
  • At least 2 people shot at Virginia high school, police responding to ‘major incident’
  • ‘No nepotism there, then?’: Fans joke after Beckham says he’s ‘so proud’ of son’s debut for reserves of US club he co-owns (VIDEO)
  • Spanish prosecutors launch probe into 200-strong anti-LGBT 'Nazi' march
  • ‘F**k the jab!’: CHAOS in Australia as construction workers violently protest vaccine mandate outside union HQ (VIDEO)
  • Instagram page of RT’s Redfish project restored without explanation days after block by Facebook & complaint to Russian watchdog
  • Covid-hit Canada province institutes vaccine passport system as healthcare leaders call for ‘aggressive action’ & military aid
  • US to ease Covid travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals
  • ‘We want justice under US law,’ father of 2yo daughter killed in Kabul drone strike tells RT
  • Horror slaying that left 6 dead after teenage gunman stormed Perm university is tragedy for all of Russia, Putin says (PHOTOS)
  • Poland must pay €500,000 DAILY for ignoring top EU court’s ruling on Turow mine
  • Cristiano Ronaldo travel agent sentenced for scamming superstar out of near $340,000 after being given virtual credit card & code
  • Remains consistent with missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito discovered in Wyoming national park – FBI
  • Bitcoin leads cryptocurrency market meltdown amid concerns over global equity markets
  • 4 men from Blackburn charged for anti-Semitic abuse in London during Israel-Gaza conflict
  • Film crew due to make first-ever feature-length movie filmed in space start training at Russian cosmodrome ahead of take-off
  • ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero convicted on terror-related charges for backing rebel group while in exile
  • Gas prices in Europe spike on news of no extra transit through Ukraine
  • Australia’s Fraser Island reverts to indigenous title K’gari as minister calls Westernized name ‘offensive’ to Aboriginal people
  • Russian elections: Pro-Putin party loses support but keeps ‘supermajority,’ Communists get big boost but allege count was rigged
  • ‘Well done for beating an old man up’: Goading strongman Hall taunts Thor after 1st-round KO of arm wrestler who ‘sucked’ (VIDEO)
  • Member of India’s lowest caste sworn in as Punjab chief minister for first time
  • Bizarre brawl between woman & clown in central Vienna puzzles Austrians (DISTURBING VIDEO)
  • Pochettino claims Messi told him he was ‘OK’ after being subbed – but the cracks are already showing in PSG’s vanity project
  • Russian university shooter published sick post detailing his planned crime before murdering six people in brutal Perm gun attack
  • Russia’s Communists declare they won’t recognize result of online election in Moscow amid widespread claims of vote falsification
  • Pfizer-BioNTech says its Covid vaccine is safe and effective for children aged 5-11, will seek authorization soon
  • North Korea pushing ‘full steam ahead’ with nuclear program, IAEA chief warns member states
  • Resistance to vaccines, lack of collective response to pandemic shows liberalism ‘going totally wrong’ – Slavoj Zizek to RT
  • ‘There is always politics’: Ukraine volleyball star questions ‘$375k bonus offered to players to beat Russia’ at European finals
  • Speaker of Russian parliament hails elections as ‘transparent’ despite Communists’ complaints, says support for Putin behind win
  • ‘Awfully powerful for someone no one has heard of’, the Senate parliamentarian ‘nays’ immigrant programs in $3.5tn spending bill
  • A new red wave? Russian elections show massive gains for country's Communists as party leader celebrates best result since 1990s
  • French president unveils ‘recognition and reparation’ bill for Harkis in bid to fix colonial past in Algeria
  • Climate protesters blockade London M25 motorway for 4th time in just 7 days
  • Russian pipeline gas exports to China nearly triple in 2021
  • US Republicans call for sanctions against Australia over police treatment of protesters
  • Volcanic eruption forces 5,000 people to flee La Palma villages as lava flow destroys homes
  • ‘Stop having sex with the players’: Female American football fan urges ‘young women‘ to resist randy stars after disastrous start
  • Comrades in arms? West is cheering on Russia's Communists, but heirs of Bolsheviks even more skeptical of US, EU & NATO than Putin
  • British meat industry warns of impending production halt as firms run low on CO2 supply amid Covid and Brexit pressure
  • Russian stocks booming as ruble becomes best-performing emerging market currency
  • ‘Our love of France is ineradicable’: UK Prime Minister Johnson tries to placate furious Paris amid submarine deal row
  • Qatar is trying to impose mandatory vaccinations on footballers who take part in the 2022 World Cup – report
  • North Korea slams South’s ‘sloppy’ submarine-missile launch as ‘self-comforting’, says Seoul set to ruin peninsula’s peace
  • European energy crisis 'could get very ugly' with winter coming and EU delaying Russian gas supplies
  • More than 20 foreign NGOs tried to interfere in Russia’s elections & should now be banned from country, top Moscow lawmakers claim
  • Iran unveils new bomb-detecting robots in latest show of military strength
  • Outrage flares on social media over mandate-flouting maskless Emmys while Seth Rogen jokes ‘what are we doing?’
  • Putin's party declares victory in Russian elections, insists it will retain two-thirds majority after polls show opposition gains
  • Asia-Pacific stock markets sink on concerns around Evergrande bankruptcy
  • SIX KILLED after shooter opens fire at Russian university; shocking footage shows students jumping from windows in Perm (VIDEOS)
  • North Korea wades into AUKUS row, blasts US for ‘fueling nuclear arms race & backstabbing allies’
  • Blaze ravages Greek migrant camp & forces evacuations on eve of relocation to new ‘closed-style’ facility
  • ‘He’s still sleeping’: Musk mocks Biden for ‘ignoring’ SpaceX’s historic all-civilian orbital mission
  • French defense minister CANCELS meeting with British counterpart amid outrage over AUKUS deal – reports
  • Trump says ‘border crisis’ turning US into ‘cesspool of humanity’ as thousands of Del Rio migrants could be released into country
  • Girls will return to secondary schools in Afghanistan, but only after ‘safe environment’ is set up, Taliban tells media
  • ‘He’s not happy’: Messi accused of SNUBBING PSG boss Pochettino as star is SUBSTITUTED in home debut
  • Majorities favor Biden’s vaccine mandate, as well as masking in schools, Fox News poll shows
  • They might be pampered millionaires, but Premier League stars are being cajoled into getting the Covid jab just like everyone else
  • Military aircraft crashes in Texas neighborhood, causing serious injuries, power outage & damage (VIDEO)
  • ‘Insane’: Haaland continues scintillating form with OUTRAGEOUS lob for Borussia Dortmund against Union Berlin (VIDEO)
  • Russia's Communist Party predicted to slash government's majority in first exit poll after voting in parliamentary election ends
  • Polls close in Russia's parliamentary election after last ballots cast in westernmost Kaliningrad region
  • Danish ex-cycling star killed after being hit by van during training ride at world championships
  • Surplus value: AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ dress designer reportedly runs ‘sweatshop’ of unpaid interns, owes thousands in taxes
  • Keeping it in the family: Brazilian star Hulk announces NIECE of ex-wife is pregnant with his baby (PHOTO)
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  • Afghanistan's Taliban say working on reopening girls' high schools
  • The Taliban administration in Afghanistan is working towards reopening high school education for girls, who were left out of a recent return to school for boys and younger girls, although a Taliban spokesman speaking on Tuesday gave no time frame for action.
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  • Canada's Trudeau wins another minority in election, claims 'clear mandate'
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power on Monday as his main rival conceded defeat, saying he had won a clear mandate to govern although he fell short of his goal for a majority win.
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  • A group of Lebanon's bondholders, including some of the world's biggest investment funds, urged the new government on Tuesday to begin debt restructuring talks as soon as possible to help address the country's grave financial crisis.
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  • Kuwait Touristic plans massive capital increase
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  • Four Months Ago, Biden Said Haiti Wasn’t Safe. Now He’s Deporting Thousands There.
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  • UNHCR warns of dire consequences for refugees from COVID-19 underfunding
  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees completes three-day visit to Afghanistan
  • Forced To Flee: UNHCR podcast tells story of displacement over 70 years
  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees praises the Republic of Turkey for its continued commitment to provide protection to all those in need
  • Millions need urgent humanitarian assistance in eastern DR Congo
  • Climate change fuels clashes in Cameroon that force thousands to flee
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