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IBM Successfully Tests Its 2 Most Powerful Quantum Computers Ever

IBM said it has successfully tested its two most powerful quantum computers ever with both holding processing power far in excess of its famous Watson infrastructure. (more…)

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Sensitive Personal Data Leaked by Cloudflare

Sensitive personal data including cookies, API keys, and passwords has been leaked by web optimization giant Cloudflare. The company — which provides SSL encryption to millions of sites across the internet — announced the leak in a detailed post on its blog last night. The company said that it had

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Google Ordered to Hand Over Emails in FBI Search Warrant Ruling

A U.S. judge has ordered Google to hand over emails stored outside the country in order to comply with an FBI search warrant. The warrant in question pertains to a domestic fraud probe. (more…)

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Ford to Unveil Upgraded Version of Self-driving Car Next Week

Ford will debut an upgraded version of its self-driving Ford Fusion Hybrid sedan next week, one equipped with more advanced sensors, more computing power and proprietary software that helps the car think for itself. (more…)

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The New York Post Reports President Obama Is Creating Database of Personal Info on Americans In Order to Implement “Racial and Economic Justice”

A key part of President Obama’s legacy will be the fed’s unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans by race. The government is prying into our most personal information at the most local levels, all for the purpose of “racial and economic justice.” (more…)

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Eric Holder Says he Wants Concrete Evidence On How Often Police Officers Have had to Use Force

In a speech to honor Martin Luther King Jr., Attorney General Eric Holder said that more data should be collected to quantify how often police officers use force, as well as how many times they themselves are attacked or killed, Al-Jazeera reports. (more…)

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