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Freedom Decrypted is a freedom slanted weekly tech show for prickly people. In the News: Advanced Linux backdoor found in the wild escaped AV detection, Tor Exit Node Operator Dodges Bullet in Piracy Lawsuit, Bell Wants Canada to Criminalize Pirate Streaming Services, DIY Facial Recognition for Porn Is a Dystopian Disaster, Chrome to limit full ad blocking extensions to enterprise users, Twitter Has Started Researching Whether White Supremacists Belong on Twitter, Huawei says its Android OS replacement launch date is still undecided, China Plans to Defend Against US Hacking via Security Through Obscurity In-House Developed Proprietary OS, ICANN’s Recent .amazon Decision Denounced by Presidents of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia, Amazon Sellers Learn The Hard Way That Relying On Your Biggest Competitor To Conduct Business Is A DUMB Move, In Baltimore and Beyond, a Stolen N.S.A. Tool Wreaks Havoc on City, Chinese developers fear losing open source tech to trade war, Huawei has now been cut off by the SD Association and Wi-Fi Alliance, Snapchat Employees Abused Data Access To Spy on Users, GitHub Launches Sponsors, Lets You Pay Your Favorite Open-Source Contributors, Justice Dept. Explores Google Antitrust Case, A New York School District Will Test Facial Recognition On Students Even Though The State Asked It To Wait, Maine lawmakers pass bill to prevent ISPs from selling browsing data without consent, BitTorrent to Fork IPFS to Create Decentralized File-Storage System, Trump announces new Mexican tariffs in response to migrants, Wages War On Its Own Customers, Apple, Google and WhatsApp condemn UK proposal to eavesdrop on encrypted messages.


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