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Face masks break face recognition algorithms, says new government study

Face masks are one of the best defense mechanisms against the spread of COVID-19, but their increasing acceptance has a second, unintended effect: breaking facial recognition algorithms. Wearing face masks that adequately cover the mouth and nose causes the error rate of some of the most commonly used face recognition algorithms to increase to 5 to 50 percent, according to …

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Can VPNs Protect You from Hackers?

  Meta Description: Online articles and marketing copy call VPNs security tools, but what does that mean exactly? What cyber threats can they protect you from? Let’s find out. Can VPNs Protect You from Hackers? Since VPNs can do so many things (unblock content, bypass censorship, protect your privacy, etc.), you have to wonder, can they also keep you safe …

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Biden employees must delete TikTok from their personal and business phones

Democratic Joe Biden’s presidential campaign workers have to remove TikTok from personal and business phones, a campaign official said The edge. This is due to security concerns related to the popular app. TikTok can access users’ clipboard content on iOS – possibly a problem for anyone using a password manager to log in to secure accounts. Some politicians are particularly …

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Intel’s hardware chief leaves the company

The managing director responsible for almost all of Intel’s hardware, Dr. Venkata (Murthy) Renduchintala, will leave the company on August 3, Intel said on Monday. His farewell follows Intel’s announcement that next-generation 7nm chips will be delayed until at least 2022, and after years of delays, the company’s 10nm processors, too, making progress for much of the laptop industry Bottleneck …

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Years before the big hack, Twitter contractors are said to have spied on celebrities, including Beyoncé

Years before the July 15 attack on Twitter, where hackers were able to compromise some of the most popular social network accounts to tweet Bitcoin fraud, a report says Twitter contractors were apparently able to use Twitter’s internal tools to help some celebrities, including Beyoncé, spying on Bloomberg Chronization of long-term security concerns in the company. With the tools in …

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Trump’s vehicle emissions rollback is under the probe of the EPA Inspector General

The Inspector General of the Environmental Protection Agency has launched an investigation into the role of the agency’s own role in the Trump administration’s replacement of an Obama era rule to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars. The Inspector General’s office will examine whether there were “irregularities” while the new rule – the SAFE rule (Safer Affordable Fuel Efficient Vehicles) …

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Tenet is first published internationally because the United States is a mess

Christopher Nolans principle will skip the United States for its first release due to ongoing pandemic security concerns. Instead, it will be introduced into several international areas weeks before the US gets it. Warner Bros. is preparing for release principle According to a press release on August 26 in 70 international areas, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, …

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