- China has ordered government offices to purge foreign software and equipment.
- Arm China will develop chips using "state-approved" cryptography.
- Plundervolt: Yet another way hackers can tinker with Intel's chips.
- Apple used the DMCA to take down a tweet that published an iPhone encryption key.
- The 11th Circuit held that an insurer must cover a loss suffered through email-based theft.
- Gizmodo mapped the "sprawl" of Ring cameras.
- Hackers are breaking into Ring cameras and harassing their owners.
- The FTC could issue an injunction against Facebook to block their app integration plans.
- Turkey will impose a whopping 5% digital services tax.
- Iran claims its banks were hit by a "very big," "state-sponsored" cyberattack.
- More on DarkMatter: White House veterans worked to stand up the UAE's secret surveillance capability.
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