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As China Leads Green Energy, It No Longer Wants Our Garbage

Though China has been the global climate-change whipping-boy for some time, they are quickly becoming a leader in green energy - and they are cutting back on accepting our waste. 

3 Major Takeaways From Zuckerberg's Congressional Testimony

In the wake of Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony over Facebook's involvement in the 2016 election, there are a few key issues worth discussing. 

U.S. And U.K. Warn Of Russian Router-Hacking Campaign

Reports identify two purposes for the attacks - to access valuable intellectual property to utilize or leak publically and to gain control of as many internet-connected devices as possible to harness computing power for future attacks.

Experts Concerned Over Growing Security Threats Posed By 'Internet Of Things'

As more and more devices become connected to the Internet, security experts are struggling to keep up with the growing number of cyber threats the Internet of Things opens us up to. 

Protection Groups Accuse YouTube Of Illegally Collecting Children’s Data

A coalition of more than 20 online advocacy groups has filed a complaint with the FTC, arguing YouTube has been illegally harvesting the data of child users. 

Dreaded Zeus Trojan Reemerges In Latest Malware Attack

Researchers claim the Chthonic banking virus, a variant of the Zeus Trojan works by infecting content management systems and displaying genuine-looking update notifications that contain malicious files. 

DHS May Have Identified Foreign Spying Efforts In Washington D.C.

International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) catchers, popularly known as Stingrays, have been found in Washington D.C. and could be evidence of foreign espionage. 

Trump’s War With Amazon: Valid Points Mixed With Blatant Hypocrisy

There are legitimate concerns in President Trump's rants about Amazon, but he overlooks the role his own corporate tax cuts have made in furthering the tech giant's dominance.   

ICE Exploiting Private Facebook Data To Track Criminal Suspects

The dust hasn't even settled from the Cambridge Analytica scandal and Facebook is already in hot water again over its use of private data, this time concerning immigration. 

Zuckerberg Floats Idea For 'Facebook Supreme Court' For Content

Facebook wants to move back to a system where the biggest enterprises continue to control content. Of course, the mainstream media is on board.