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OpenAI Hires Ex-NSA Chief Paul M. Nakasone to its Board

OpenAI Hires Ex-NSA Chief Paul M. Nakasone to its Board

Former National Security Agency (NSA) director and retired US Army general Paul M. Nakasone has been named as the new board member of OpenAI.

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South Korea, Japan, China Holds Trilateral Summit in Seoul to Discuss Resuming Free Trade Agreement Talks

South Korea, Japan, China Holds Trilateral Summit in Seoul to Discuss Resuming Free Trade Agreement Talks

South Korean President Yoon Suk-Yeol, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Chinese Premier Li Qiang are to hold a trilateral summit in Seoul which would focus on resuming talks on a free trade agreement, among other matters.

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TSA Issues Apology for Unannounced Cuban Delegation Visit to Miami Airport

TSA Issues Apology for Unannounced Cuban Delegation Visit to Miami Airport

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) apologized to the officials of Miami after its agents gave a tour to a delegation from Cuba, currently a regional adversary of the United States.

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TikTok Ban Looms: CEO Shou Chew Urge Users to Protect the Platform Amid Divestiture Threat

Shou Chew, CEO of TikTok, has spoken against the US House measure requiring Bytedance to divest or risk a TikTok ban.

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European Union Funds Military Research

The European Union has started funding military research that will boost the military capabilities of the continent. This move is in response to the growing threat of terrorism and political crises.

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One Billion User Accounts Hacked In Yahoo Cyber Security Breach

Yahoo disclosed a 2013 cyber security breach that may have stolen data from around one billion users worldwide. This is the second disclosure of the company about hackers' intrusion in their system. Yahoo announced a 2014 attack in September.

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Lawmaker Strives For IoT Security Regulatory Remedy

Caused by some reasons especially for security, lawmakers makes IoT security more strict.

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Former Head of CIA Said Brexit Will Endanger Europe and UK in War Against Terror

Retired U.S. Army General David Petraeus intervened on Brexit issue. He compelled voters to choose to stay in European Union for the sake of security and war on terror.

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Apple to Enhance Encryption Security for iCloud, Making Key for Data Inaccessible Even for Itself

Sources believe that Apple is trying to enhance its security for iCloud amid the legal dispute with the FBI. However, the tech giant will have its challenges to ensure security while retaining users convenience. Reports also said that the company has moved some of its iCloud services to Google servers.

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Ivory Coast President Said Al-Qaeda Terror Attack Wouldn’t Impede With The Country’s Economic Progress

In the wake of the Al-Qaeda attack on a beach resort in Ivory Coast, the country’s president has tighten the security measures across the nation. Ivory Coast is striving to improve its economy, especially through foreign investment.

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Dell India Launches The World’s Smallest Laptop in the Dell Latitude Series

Dell India announced to launch the world's smallest laptop in the business-class, the Dell Latitude 13 (7370). The product offers new advanced technologies for business users who travels often, with improved battery performance and security features.

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Alphabet's Eric Schmidt Recruited by the Pentagon to Lead a Special Defense Board

Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has been appointed by the Pentagon to lead a special defense board. He will personally advise the agency on emerging tech brought familiar to him in Silicon Valley. Pentagon is reaching out to Silicon Valley as well as hackers to help improve the bureaucracy’s digital security.

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Nissan Leaf Companion App Vulnerabilites Revealed, Led The Car Company to Disable the App

A computer security researcher revealed the vulnerabilities of the Nissan Leaf’s companion app that could allow hackers to control the cars’ heating and cooling as well as access battery status. More than a month after the initial disclosure to Nissan, the company disabled the app while working to find a permanent solution.

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Tim Cook Opposed The Court Order Demanding Apple to Bypass iPhone's Security

Apple CEO Tim Cook made an official statement appealing the court order to provide assistance breaking into an iPhone owned by one of San Bernardino mass shooter. Cook argued that helping law enforcements creating a backdoor to bypass the device’s security is something the company cannot and will not do in order to protect its customers from a greater danger.

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The Use of Online Dating Services Is Increasing, According to Recent Research

A recent research shows that there is a significant increase in the use of online dating services, especially via mobile dating apps. There are also significant increases in two particular age groups, which is young adults and older adults between the age of 55-64 years old. Personal safety remains a major issue for online daters, but most still believe that the method is more efficient and help them find a better match.

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