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How AI could manipulate votes and threaten democracy
The dangers and challenges of AI-powered propaganda and misinformation Read More.
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Firms join the deepfake dance, offering responses to new AI threats
A rash of deepfake attacks has brought a note of panic to biometrics and other industries, which are waking up to just how far fraudsters have already gone. Read More.
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'A Huge Blow': Decline In White Recruits Fueling The Military’s Worst-Ever Recruiting Crisis, Data Shows
Each U.S. military service saw a notable decline in white recruits in recent years as the military slogged through a crippling recruiting crisis. Read More.
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CPI inflation January 2024: Consumer prices rose 0.3%, more than expected; annual rate at 3.1%
The consumer price index was expected to show a 0.2% increase in January, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones. Read More.
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Australia’s digital ID may launch in July, here’s what to expect
Once this legislation passes through the federal parliament, the new national digital ID will roll out in several phases. Read More.
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Pinkerton: If Joe Biden Can't Win in 2024, Maybe AI Can Win for Him
Big Tech has a plan to use AI to create a "healthy information ecosystem" just in time for the 2024 election. Read More.
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Microsoft patents a method to “computerize the human body” and use it as a conduit for power transmission, data surveillance and control
Microsoft’s latest innovation in computer science seeks to “computerize the human body” and use people as conductive mediums to transmit power and data. This system will be able to collect intimate information from the body for surveillance and data analysis and ultimately for remotely controlling people’s behaviors and thoughts. By computerizing the human body and […] Read More.
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Jim Jordan and 44 Other Members of Congress Submit Brief to the Supreme Court in Major Big Tech Censorship Case
The Supreme Court is deciding whether the Federal Government pressuring social media platforms to censor is a First Amendment violation. Read More.
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NDP bill would prescribe jail terms for speaking well of fossil fuels
C-372, also known as the Fossil Fuel Advertising Act, was tabled Monday as a private member’s bill by NDP MP Charlie Angus Read More.
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How Microsoft's Bing in China censors Uyghur 'genocide'
Bing search engine’s results in China show happy, dancing people — and say nothing about oppression. D.C. lawmakers may limit Microsoft’s lucrative contracts. Read More.
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Tucker Carlson Could Face Sanctions Over Putin Interview
Tucker Carlson's interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin could see the conservative pundit targeted by European Union lawmakers, current and former members of the European Parliament have told Newsweek. Read More.
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Carano Sues Disney For Firing Her After Smear Campaign
‘I was being hunted down from everything I posted to every post I liked because I was not in line with the acceptable narrative of the time.’ Read More.
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Government Censorship Isn’t New — But It’s Getting More Personal
These days, and thanks to technological advancements, speech has become deeply personal. As communication has become democratized, so have the censorship efforts. Read More.
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Censorship Hearing Flies Off The Rails As Matt Gaetz Squabbles With Democrat Norman Eisen
The censorship hearing went off the rails as Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz squabbled with a Democrat. Read More.
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Amazon Bowed to White House Pressure to Conceal COVID Books
Amazon bowed to White House pressure to suppress books that criticized the COVID-19 vaccines, House Judiciary Committee documents show. Read More.

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