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  • Microsoft's Complicated Dance With Open Source
  • The Power and Pitfalls of AI for U.S. Intelligence
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  • Wild Solar Weather is Causing Satellites to Plummet From Orbit. It's Only Going to Get Worse.
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  • Artificial Photosynthesis Can Produce Food Without Sunshine
  • The Brain Has a ‘Low-Power Mode’ That Blunts Our Senses
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  • South Korea Launches First Successful Homegrown Rocket, Starting 'New Era' for Space Program
  • Used Beer Yeast Could be Simple Solution to Heavy Metal Contamination in Water
  • More AMD GPUs Are Selling Under MSRP in Europe as Mining Tanks
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  • Poliovirus May be Spreading in London; Virus Detected in Sewage for Months
  • Privacy-focused Brave Search Grew by 5,000% in a Year
  • A Celebrated AI Has Learned a New Trick: How to Do Chemistry
  • Mysterious 'Blue Blobs' Reveal a New Kind of Star System
  • Study Shows Electric Vehicles Could be Charged on the Go Via Peer-to-Peer System
  • Scientists Unveil Bionic Robo-Fish to Remove Microplastics From Seas
  • AMD Publishes Source Code for FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0
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  • NASA's Chandra Catches Pulsar in X-Ray Speed Trap
  • PCI Express 7.0 Finalized: 128 GT/s in 2025
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  • NASA Attempt to Boost International Space Station in Orbit Cuts Off Unexpectedly
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  • NASA Finally Succeeds With its Artemis 1 Wet Launch Test
  • Google Says It's Time for Longtime Small Business Users to Pay Up
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  • Now China Wants to Censor Online Comments
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  • Despite its draining power, NASA’s InSight Mars lander is determined to squeeze as much science as it can until the very last moment
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  • The EU's New Message-Scanning Regulation Must Be Stopped
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  • EFF to Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Colombia’s Surveillance of Human Rights-Defending Lawyers Group Violated International Law
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  • Hearing Wednesday: EFF Testifies Against SFPD for Violating Transparency Laws
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  • 11th Circuit's Ruling to Uphold Injunction Against Florida’s Social Media Law is a Win Amid a Growing Pack of Bad Online Speech Bills
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  • EFF to Court: California Law Does Not Bar Content Moderation on Social Media
  • EFF Opposes Anti-Fiber, Anti-Affordability Legislation in California That Will Raise Prices on Middle Income Users
  • Escape from Zoom: EFF's 6th Annual Tech Trivia Night Returns to Meatspace!
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  • Platform Liability Trends Around the Globe: From Safe Harbors to Increased Responsibility
  • We Finally Have a Federal Fiber Broadband Plan
  • New Surveillance Transparency Report Documents an Urgent Need for Change
  • EFF to Supreme Court: Put Texas Social Media Law Back on Hold
  • Podcast Episode: An AI Hammer in Search of a Nail
  • British Citizen Alaa Abd El Fattah Demands An End to Mistreatment in Egyptian Prison
  • EFF, Al Sur Launch Guide to Raise Awareness About Deficiencies in Cross-Border Surveillance Treaty and Strategies to Mitigate Human Rights Risks
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  • Hillary Clinton has criticized Emmanuel Macron’s policy towards Russia – the French leader should take it as a compliment
  • Blogger claims she is being probed in Germany over Donbass coverage
  • Medvedev reaches second consecutive final
  • Rising cost of living sparks massive protests in UK and Ireland
  • Doctor Strangelove, 2022: Top Eurocrat's call for Ukraine to be armed with nukes is pure madness
  • Ukrainian shelling kills five – DPR
  • Biden falls on bike ride (VIDEO)
  • Top Ukrainian official lashes out at Zelensky adviser
  • India’s purchases of Russian oil skyrocket – Reuters
  • French football boss warns of matchday deaths if violence isn't curbed
  • Caitlin Johnstone: Assange is doing his most important work yet
  • Fossil fuel producers have humanity by the throat – UN chief
  • UK’s biggest rail strike in 30 years to go ahead
  • Disney employee nabbed in child sex predator sting
  • Macron names conditions for Russia visit
  • Russia to help rebuild Donbass — trade minister
  • Ukrainian tennis star opposes Russian presence at US Open
  • Ukraine’s top negotiator predicts when peace talks could resume
  • TV crew of popular show arrested at Capitol
  • British PM warns of ‘Ukraine fatigue’
  • Kiev conservatory refuses to give up Russian composer’s name
  • ‘Absolutely necessary’ to talk to Russia – German chancellor
  • Former finalist withdraws from Wimbledon amid Russia-ranking points row
  • Ukraine wants West to stop pushing for ‘unacceptable’ peace terms
  • China offers lifeline to Russian airlines
  • Trans cyclist's mother rips into sport's governing body
  • West doesn’t want ‘complete defeat’ of Russia – Zelensky aide
  • 5 injured as Ukrainian ballistic missile intercepted over Donetsk – DPR
  • EU is committing energy suicide – Russian oil chief
  • No hasty accession for Ukraine – EU official
  • Casualties reported amid attack on Sikh temple in Kabul
  • Trump warns of World War III
  • EU states forced to use gas reserves
  • Sale of US combat drones to Ukraine on hold – Reuters
  • Washington sanctions Chinese and UAE firms
  • US willing to risk economic pain and global hunger to win in Ukraine — WaPo
  • Remains of UK journalist found in Brazil
  • Taiwan says it has missile that can strike Beijing
  • Number of foreign firms conducting ‘business-as-usual’ in Russia revealed
  • Airline explains why it ditched ‘Z’ logo
  • Merkel explains her role in the Ukraine conflict
  • Ukraine reveals huge weapons losses
  • Paratroopers grounded after barracks orgy
  • American fighters who surrendered in Donbass speak to RT
  • Putin issues a warning to ‘irresponsible’ Western politicians
  • The old world is over: Key takeaways from Putin's first major speech since Russia's military offensive in Ukraine
  • UK offers Ukraine major military training program
  • Russia doesn’t care what the West thinks – Lavrov
  • 'Sent to certain death': Why growing numbers of Ukrainian servicemen are refusing to fight on the Donbass frontlines
  • Ukraine to impose visa requirements on Russians
  • Russian president urges seizing opportunities arising from sanctions
  • EU and US to blame in case of famine – Putin
  • Nadal reveals Wimbledon intentions
  • Moscow identifies cause of global economic woes
  • Denmark accuses Russia of 'unacceptable' incident
  • Sanctions against Russia to remain no matter what – foreign policy expert
  • Kiev is relying on military solution for Crimea – official
  • As the bloc faces a looming energy crisis, are EU leaders using potential membership to rein in Ukraine's Zelensky?
  • China launches its third aircraft carrier
  • Ukraine not worth nuclear war – former Reagan adviser
  • Lukashenko warns Poland over western Ukraine
  • Russia assesses results of recovery from sanctions
  • Cycling tightens rules on trans athletes
  • Britain wants to ‘bring Russia to its knees’ – Lavrov
  • Banned Russia can help China win titles, says gymnastics icon
  • US Democrat leader blames inflation on wrong conflict
  • Russia reveals number of foreign combatants fighting in Ukraine
  • EU Commission officially backs Ukraine as candidate
  • Russian president predicts 'change of elites' in West
  • Previous world order won't return – Putin
  • Putin estimates EU losses from anti-Russia sanctions
  • UK sport rocked by ‘abuse and starvation’ claims
  • Anti-Russia sanctions hurt everyone – Egyptian Exporters Association
  • Ukraine’s neighbor accused of ‘extortion’
  • Putin speaks at St. Petersburg International Economic Forum
  • ‘Shock’ as US capital suffers FIFA World Cup snub
  • US wants Eurasia as ‘space of warring nations’ – Moscow
  • ‘Our product, our rules’ – Russia's Gazprom
  • Boxing icon ‘ready to go to Russia’ for detained basketball star
  • J.K. Rowling consents to use of ‘killing curse’ on Ukrainian missiles
  • McDonald’s settles tax evasion case
  • France no longer receiving Russian pipeline gas
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  • Minsk deal was used to buy time – Ukraine's Poroshenko
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  • IOC ‘discredited itself forever’ with Russia treatment – deputy PM
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