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Fortnite dance lawsuits are bad for copyright and bad for culture

Fortnite is one of the most popular and profitable video games in history, and its publisher Epic copies the creative works of children and independent artists without paying them for it. As a result, it's not surprising that seven people have filed suit against the company, alleging that Epic violated copyright by turning their dance moves into Fortnite emotes. These …

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Facebook says that it is Lekker for participation in conservative prejudices "stunt"

Facebook says it has fired a contractor who worked with the right-wing Sting group Project Veritas on a "stunt" as the group released screenshots of internal Facebook conversations today. The Veritas report contains 60 pages of documents and a related video showing confrontations with named Facebook employees on the street. The documents, provided by a former Veritas-based Facebook contractor, include …

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Thunderclap Vulnerability May Leave Thunderbolt Computer Open for Attacks

A team of researchers has uncovered a new vulnerability in the Thunderbolt data transfer specification called "Thunderclap," which could expose computers to severe attacks from otherwise harmless USB-C or DisplayPort hardware. As Researcher Theo Markettos explains, Thunderclap uses the privileged Direct Memory Access (DMA) that Thunderbolt accessories get to gain access to the target device. With no adequate safeguards, hackers …

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TikTok prevents young users from uploading videos after FTC billing

TikTok will no longer allow children under the age of 13 to upload videos, leave comments, profile, or send messages after an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission has prompted the company today to comply with the Child Protection Act. 19659002] Changes will take effect today for all new and existing TikTok users, who will now be prompted by the …

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Why do you need a supercomputer to map a mouse brain?

In a 25,000-square-foot space at Argonne National Laboratory, Theta, one of the world's most impressive supercomputers, applies its incredible computing power to the largest amount of data ever recorded or analyzed. Information that researchers hope will someday contribute to our understanding of intelligence. And in this case, all of this data fits in the skull of a mouse. Theta is …

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Moderating content does not have to be so traumatic

Enduring trauma may not necessarily be included in the job description for workers who watch graphic or violent videos as part of their jobs. Content moderators, journalists and activists often have to work through horrible pictures, videos and texts to get their work done, a task that jeopardizes their mental health and can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder. Fortunately, experts …

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Star Trek: Discovery receives a third season and a fifth showrunner

CBS All Access has announced that Star Trek: Discovery will return for a third season, and Michelle Paradise (one of the show's co-executive producers ) will join Alex Kurtzman Becomes a co-showrunner. Paradise marks the fifth official showrunner for Discovery followed by Bryan Fuller (who has left the project), Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg (fired over budget disputes and …

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