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From: WFLA
Sen. Scott pushing for better information for consumers on origin of apps, products #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #WJBF #TRUMP2020
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From: USA Today
An iPhone made in America? Why building Apple's smartphone in the USA is a 'pipe dream' #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USATODAY #TRUMP2020
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From: Fox Business
IRS tax tips: 6 ways to stop cybercriminals from accessing your private information #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxBusiness #TRUMP2020
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From: BBC
Australia to police tech giants' algorithms #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #BBC #TRUMP2020
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From: CBC Radio
How the internet turned from a tool for democracy to a threat against it Social Sharing #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CBCRadio #TRUMP2020
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From: American Military News
Leaked docs show China’s Huawei secretly developed North Korea’s 3G network #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews
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From: USA Today
Despite Americans with Disabilities Act, websites are often inaccessible to the impaired #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USATODAY #TRUMP2020
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From: NY Post
‪Disney uses apps, 'MagicBands' to spy on guests: report #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #NYPOST #TRUMP2020
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From: WASHINGTON EXAMINER
'We've got to stick up for ourselves': Obama's Pentagon chief agrees with Trump on Huawei blacklisT #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #WashingtonExaminer #TRUMP2020
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From: Channel News Asia
FAQ: How worried should we be about the health risks of 5G? #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #ChannelNewsAsia #TRUMP2020
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From: American Military News
Russian ‘FaceApp’ now owns your photos and can do whatever it wants with them #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews
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From: Electronic Frontier Foundation
Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #ElectronicFrontierFoundation
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From: South China Morning Post
‪Could Huawei be using Trojan circuits to help Beijing spy on the US? #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #SCMP #TRUMP2020
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From: USA Today
Sen. Richard Blumenthal pushes AT&T and Nexstar to strike a deal, restore channels for DirecTV, U-verse #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USATODAY #TRUMP2020
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From: THE GATEWAY PUNDIT
STUNNING: Boeing's 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers from Indian Software Developer #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #THEGATEWAYPUNDIT #TRUMP2020
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From: APNews
Restored Mission Control comes alive 50 years after Apollo #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #APNews #TRUMP2020
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From: The HIll
Government privacy watchdog to probe use of facial recognition tech at airports #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #TheHIll #Trump2020‬
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From: Daily Caller
Democrats Call To Regulate Big Tech While Raising Money Off Big Tech Execs #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #DailyCaller
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From: Reuters
'Sully' Sullenberger blasts U.S. aircraft certification process,... (Need new simulator training) AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters #Trump2020
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From: Reuters
U.S. chipmakers quietly lobby to ease Huawei ban: sources (Pay attention to who is doing the lobbying because they do not have American interests at heart) #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters #TRUMP2020
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From: REUTERS
Intel launches project to help Israeli tech start-ups #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #REUTERS #TRUMP2020
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From: Reuters
Huawei prepares for 40%-60% fall in international smartphone... #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters #TRUMP2020
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From: AP News
China may restrict tech access in spiraling US trade dispute #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AP News
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From: Reuters
United Technologies nears deal to merge aerospace unit with... #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: NYPost‬
‪Wall Street spending big to protect against hacking #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #NYPost‬
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From: AP
‪Congress launches Big Tech antitrust probe #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AP
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From: Euronews
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd may have a chance to strengthen its position in the smartphone market due to the hurt caused to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd in the wake of U.S.-China trade tensions, according to Fitch Ratings.The ratings agency also added that iPhone maker Apple Inc could be another casualty of the trade tensions between Beijing and Washington, which would accelerate its market share loss in China. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Euronews
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From: American Military News
Hillary Clinton to Speak at CYBER DEFENSE SUMMIT on Network Security #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews #HillaryClinton #CyberSecuritySummit
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From: Reuters
A Silicon Valley chip startup has accused a top executive of China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Deputy Chairman Eric Xu, of participating in a conspiracy to steal its trade secrets, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing court documents.Huawei had filed a lawsuit in 2017, accusing CNEX Labs Inc and its co-founder Ronnie Huang, a former employee of a Huawei unit, of poaching Huawei employees and stealing Huawei’s trade secrets and intellectual property to build CNEX.CNEX has said in counterclaims that Huawei misappropriated its technology. It had accused Huawei of enlisting a Chinese university professor working on a research project to improperly access the startup’s technology. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: THE HILL
American Freedom Press Alliance Published by Lisa Diane Smith · May 29 at 8:45 PM · ‪Hacking tool responsible for attacks on Baltimore, other cities developed by NSA: report.A key component of malware used by hackers to disrupt U.S. cities, paralyzing local governments and frustrating residents, was developed by the National Security Agency (NSA), The New York Times reported.The NSA reportedly lost control of the tool, called EternalBlue, in 2017.After that, it was used across the globe by hackers in Russia, China and North Korea, according to the Times, which added that it has affected hospitals, airports, shipping operators, ATMs and factories. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #American Freedom Press Alliance Published by Lisa Diane Smith · May 29 at 8:45 PM · ‪Hacking tool responsible for attacks on Baltimore, other cities developed by NSA: report.A key component of malware used by hackers to disrupt U.S. cities, paralyzing local governments and frustrating residents, was developed by the National Security Agency (NSA), The New York Times reported.The NSA reportedly lost control of the tool, called EternalBlue, in 2017.After that, it was used across the globe by hackers in Russia, China and North Korea, according to the Times, which added that it has affected hospitals, airports, shipping operators, ATMs and factories. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #THEHILL
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From: Reuters
Factbox: Global tech companies shun Huawei after U.S. ban #AmericanFreedomPressalliance #Reuters
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From: CNBC
Huawei executive accused of stealing trade secrets from microchip company backed by Microsoft and Dell #AmericanFreedomPressallaince #CNBC
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From: FoxNews
Rural Americans are often overlooked in terms of technological innovations. They will be among the last to receive faster 5G cell phone coverage, even though it is now available in major cities. In some rural areas, acquiring an HD television signal is next to impossible.Yet, for Native Americans living in remote tribal communities, even connecting to high-speed Internet is a struggle, relying instead on archaic dial-up connections.One study by the American Indian Policy Institute found that about a third of all Native Americans lack broadband access. A study by the U.S. Government Accountability Office disputes that claim, suggesting that access in tribal areas is much worse than that.Ophelia Watahomigie-Corliss represents the Havasupai tribe near the Grand Canyon, one of the smallest rural communities in the U.S. She tells Fox News the biggest challenge has to do with kids receiving an education, which is harder without broadband.That might change now that the FCC has ruled that some spectrum, known as Educational Broadband Service or EBS, will be dedicated specifically to the Havasupai tribe. The FCC is expected to make a general ruling about spectrum allocation for all tribal areas next month. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews
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From: USATODAY
Amazon shareholders will continue selling the company’s facial recognition technology “Rekognition” to governments and law enforcement agencies.During the e-commerce giant’s annual meeting Wednesday, shareholders rejected all proposals including two related to Rekognition, Amazon confirmed to USA TODAY. One proposed banning the sales of the technology and the other called for the company to conduct an independent study and issue a report on the risks of governments using the technology.Also Wednesday, the House Oversight and Reform Committee held a first hearing on facial recognition technology to "examine the impact on civil rights and liberties."A group of 78 AI experts and researchers signed an open letter on Medium in March about the “increased public concern over the accuracy and use of new face recognition systems.” (They mentioned the ban on FR in San Francisco in the article) #AmericanFreedomPressalliance #USATODAY
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From: Reuters
U.S. urges South Korea to reject Huawei products, citing security... #AmericanFreedomPRessAlliance #Reuters
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From: BBC
The true impact to Huawei may be enormous. While we often refer to the firm's devices as simply “Chinese”, the reality is much more complicated - it sources parts and expertise from all over the world. The same can be said for the likes of Apple, of course, which relies at least in part on chips created by its rival, Samsung. To get an idea of how disruptive the US move is, let's take a look at just one component of one device: the motherboard in Huawei’s flagship smartphone, the P30 Pro. It's a circuit board that is barely the length of a finger - but one that relies on a web of complex supply chains and sourcing to make it possible and affordable.On Monday, the US Commerce Department issued a temporary licence that enabled some companies to continue supporting existing networks and devices - but longer term, it’s an unstable, unpredictable future for the cooperation between American and Chinese innovators.Analysts predict the decision could encourage China’s desire to build more technology within its own borders. That would be a difficult, costly, and in some areas sub-par, move to take. But long-term it would give China a chance to set its own standards on future technologies. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #BBC
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From: Reuters
A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers introduced legislation on Wednesday to provide about $700 million in grants to help U.S. telecommunications providers with the cost of removing Huawei equipment from their networks.The bill also moves to block the use of equipment or services from Chinese telecoms firms Huawei and ZTE in next-generation 5G networks, according to a statement by the senators.The United States has accused ZTE Corp and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd of working for the Chinese government and has expressed concern their equipment could be used to spy on Americans, allegations the Chinese government and the companies say are baseless.Then, last week, the U.S. Commerce Department blacklisted Huawei and 70 affiliates, barring the company from buying parts or components from U.S. companies without U.S. government approval. The Rural Wireless Association, which represents carriers with fewer than 100,000 subscribers, estimates that 25 percent of its members have Huawei and ZTE in their networks, and have said it would cost $800 million to $1 billion to replace it.#AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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