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Ina Fried
Chief Technology Correspondent for ; former Senior Editor at Recode. Huge softball, hockey, basketball fan. she/her
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Greg Chiemingo 55m
Journalism at its best looks like this, thank you and
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Ron Wyden 3h
This story reads like one of the more disturbing episodes of Black Mirror. Americans have a right to know whether their personal photos are secretly being sucked into a private facial recognition database.
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DLD Conference 3h
2020: The Year European Tech Escapes the US’Shadow? () ()
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Axios 3h
Andrew Peek, who succeeded impeachment witnesses Fiona Hill and Tim Morrison as top Russia expert on the NSC, has been placed on administrative leave pending a security-related investigation.
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Bruce Mehlman 3h
At the 2018 DEFCON hacker conference, an 11-year-old hacked into a copycat version of Florida’s state election website and changed vote totals in less than 10 minutes. via
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Ina Fried 3h
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Sara Kehaulani Goo 16h
Happy birthday 🎉 to !! So thrilled to be part of this work fam. Committed to the facts, good journalism, audience first.
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ShaoLan Chineasy 4h
moderates cyber security More discussion is needed regarding the involvement from major sovereigns such as USA, China and Russia. Axel Stepken (TÜV SÜD)
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ENISA 4h
How can we increase trust in digitalisation and what does this mean for cybersecurity in our ever more connected world? The EU Agency for Cybersecurity’s debates with & at
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DLD Conference 4h
"There used to be three power centers in the USA: LA, Washington DC, New York. [...] Silicon Valley now is the fourth power center and in some ways more powerful than the other power centers." (, )
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Ina Fried 4h
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Bottom line: If you think you can help us and want to be part of the next great media company, let us know. And if you want to read my daily newsletter, Login, or any of our great journalism sign up at .
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Ina Fried 4h
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Why it matters: The world is getting more challenging and complicated and demands more of each of us. Smart brevity doesn’t solve all of that, but it is key to helping us all get smarter, faster.
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Ina Fried 4h
I joined a week after we launched so it is only fitting that I am a day late to wish a happy 3rd birthday to our little startup. I’m grateful to be part of shaping the future of journalism with such a smart, passionate team. Thanks
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Ethics in Bricks 6h
If you want to know what people are really like, take a good look at how they treat those over whom they hold power.
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Replying to @tculpan
Not presently.
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Karsten Lemm 7h
Imagine a that promises to make better decisions for you, informed by . “Would you take the deal?” researcher Jodi Halpern asks. Most in the audience politely decline (But this future is probably closer to reality than most people realize.)
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DLD Conference 7h
"What are we adding? Our mission is to innovate boldly, to act responsibly and actively take part in societal debate. [...] We can rely on the supercomputer in our brain which will only cost us 20 Watts of energy." (, )
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College Student Jan 16
That card works on everything 😂
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Niels Lesniewski 15h
I may be new to the White House beat, but since the White House put this question verbatim in the official transcript, I think it's fair game:
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Ina Fried 7h
Replying to @coreydu
You are a good and faithful servant Sir Corey.
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