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  • Trump campaign wants answers on Facebook and Twitter 'political bias' - CNET
  • Deadpool 2 post-credits scene(s), explained - CNET
  • Brave's AI blocks ads better than today's browser plug-ins, company says - CNET
  • Amazon's best Memorial Day deals for your smart home - CNET
  • New, 'charged up' Nokia phone teased for May 29 - CNET
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  • Solo: A Star Wars Story busts US box office record on first night - CNET
  • That fantastic Solo: A Star Wars Story cameo, explained - CNET
  • Nope, NASA photog's melted camera wasn't fried by a SpaceX rocket - CNET
  • Best Buy Memorial Day deals to smarten your home - CNET
  • GDPR privacy law is inspiring some epic Twitter memes - CNET
  • Maybe you shouldn't buy a MacBook Pro right now - CNET
  • Ford Mustang GT500 rendering hits the web - Roadshow
  • Where Solo: A Star Wars Story sits on the movie timeline - CNET
  • GDPR: Google and Facebook face up to $9.3B in fines on first day of new privacy law - CNET
  • The FBI wants you to reboot your router NOW to help destroy a botnet - CNET
  • This is what the Red Hydrogen One phone looks like - CNET
  • Hillary Clinton says she wants to be the CEO of Facebook - CNET
  • Yoga mat features Han Solo trapped in carbonite. Om? - CNET
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 vs. Google Pixel 2: Which camera is best? - CNET
  • Battlefield 5's community is losing it over historical accuracy - CNET
  • Leaked Facebook training docs tackle white supremacy, racism - CNET
  • Nissan Leaf Open Car one-off convertible revealed in Tokyo - Roadshow
  • New Tesla versus used Tesla: Which makes more sense? - Roadshow
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  • Upstart PoLTE Cracks Logistics Location Challenges Using LTE
  • Microsoft Boosts GDPR Compliance, Storage Security in the Cloud
  • Security Specialists, Network Engineers Top List of 'Hottest' IT Jobs
  • Why the GDPR Deadline Is the Beginning of a New Privacy Era
  • Google's Android P to Enhance Enterprise Use of Mobile Devices
  • Big Data/BI Initiatives Struggle to Support Core Business Needs
  • SolarWinds Updates Product Line for Hybrid Cloud Trend
  • LG G7 ThinQ Smartphone Preorders Start With Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon
  • Box Launches Multizone Cloud Storage for Box Zones Service
  • Windows 10 April 2018 Update Provides an IT-Friendlier HoloLens
  • How the OpenStack Foundation Is Evolving Beyond Its Roots
  • IBM Leads ‘Call for Code’ to Use Cloud, AI for Natural Disaster Relief
  • Employees Using More Networks for Remote Access of Apps, Duo Finds
  • Intel Patching New Variants of Meltdown, Spectre Vulnerabilities
  • Okta Advances Business Application Authentication With New Services
  • OnePlus 6 Smartphone Comes With High-End Features at Midrange Price
  • JASK Applies AI to Security Incident Analysis, Management
  • Pure's New FlashArray//X Offers 'Shared Accelerated Storage'
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  • Silicon Valley Club Names Top 10 Most Important Trends of 2018
  • Polycom Launches Cloud Services for Enterprises, Service Providers
  • Google Adds Programmatic Budget Notification Feature to Cloud Billing
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 Delivers Long-Term Support
  • Need for “Speedy” Innovation, Software Updates Puts Pressure on CIOs
  • WordPress Privacy Enhancements Help Websites Comply With GDPR
  • How International NGO Uses Cloud Tools to Advocate for the Poor
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  • TMobile website features a plugandplay hack that could expose customers details
  • Apple sees steep increase in US national security requests
  • Clarke No memory of offensive posts takes full responsibilty
  • BJP Assam web domain hacked
  • Lawsuits Darkened Websites Greet First Day of GDPR Data443 Offers Solution
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  • FBI Inflated Figures Of Encrypted Phones
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  • Greenwich University Fined 120000 For Data Breach Just Days Before GDPR Implementation
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  • Aultman data breach may have accessed patient information
  • UK Grant West aka Courvoisier sentenced to 10 years and eight months
  • Jaguar Land Rover data leak reveals employee records upcoming layoffs
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  • Blocking 500 Million Users Easier Than Complying With GDPR
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  • Millions of IoT Devices Vulnerable to ZWave Downgrade Attacks Researchers Claim
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