Reddit's filing with the SEC makes clear that training AI with user posts is a core part of Reddit's new business model.
'Professional Paper Filing Inc.' was a fictitious name. But the return address went to a real, uninvolved business.
We tested the vibrator that a Spencer's customer claims almost gave their computer malware.
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Kim Reynolds redacts 27 pages of public documents about the government's response to a Baphomet display at the Iowa Capitol.
After years in limbo, the Taliban recently began reoperating Afghanistan's .af TLD, which is breaking parts of the internet.
"It is our belief that the bill’s current language around parts pairing will undermine the security, safety, and privacy of Oregonians by forcing device manufacturers to allow the use of parts of unknown origin in consumer devices."
"I found it very weird that there essentially is no way to browse the web in an open manner. So that's what I am trying to build," the founder of Stract said.
"FortiGuard Labs has not observed Mirai or other IoT botnets target toothbrushes or similar embedded devices."
"This matter has brought to light the close interplay between data brokers and data analytics firms in the digital marketing landscape.”