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Motherboard

America Won't Forget Net Neutrality Over Thanksgiving
Motherboard
The FCC has managed to turn net neutrality into a dinner table issue: 200,000 people have called Congress in the past 24 hours. SHARE; TWEET. Jason Koebler. Nov 22 2017, 11:22am. Image: Lara Heintz/Motherboard. The FCC's plan to announce a ...
Fake public comments may have led to net neutrality's downfallThe Week Magazine
The End of Net Neutrality is Disastrous for Online GamingGame Revolution
Frothy Rants about Encryption and Net Neutrality, Plus Apple's AR Goggles – ACM 348The Mac Observer
Macleans.ca -The Drum -New York Times -Los Angeles Times
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Gizmodo

The Switch to Outdoor LED Lighting Has Completely Backfired
Gizmodo
To reduce energy consumption, many jurisdictions around the world are transitioning to outdoor LED lighting. But as new research shows, this solid-state solution hasn't yielded the expected energy savings, and potentially worse, it's resulted in more ...
Losing Darkness: Satellite Data Shows Global Light Pollution On the RiseSpace.com
Energy-saving LEDs boost light pollution worldwidePhys.Org
Artificial lights are eating away at dark nights — and that's not a good thingLos Angeles Times
Washington Post -BBC News -TIME -U.S. News & World Report
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Hollywood Reporter

Facebook to Inform Users If They Liked a Russian Propaganda Account
Hollywood Reporter
The social network is creating a database that will let users see which Kremlin-linked Facebook or Instagram pages they may have liked or followed. Facebook will tell its users whether they interacted with Russian propaganda on its platform, it ...
Facebook Will Show Users Which Russian Propaganda Pages They've 'Liked' And FollowedUPROXX
Facebook To Tell Users Which Russian Propaganda Pages They Liked, FollowedForbes
Did you 'like' Russian propaganda? Facebook will clue you inWHIO
Variety -Bloomberg
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Forbes

Hottest Black Friday Products: The Things People Will Be Fighting Over
Forbes
Check out great deals, new products and gift ideas. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Forbes Finds , Contributor · Forbes Finds covers products we think you'll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for ...
The absolute best Black Friday dealsCNET
Black Friday: 10 of 2017's best games you need to buy while they're on saleBGR
Shopping for a Laptop? What To Look for on Black FridayNewsFactor Network
WIRED -Gameranx (blog) -NewsWatch -Dealerscope
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BetaNews

Half of UK adults want to stop using the Uber app following breach
BetaNews
The news that ride hailing service Uber has suffered, and covered up, a major hack means that millions of people could unknowingly have had their data put at risk. Data security company Egress Software Technologies ran a flash survey of 500 UK adults ...
57 Million Uber Accounts had Their Data CompromisedMotor Trend
Uber announces cybersecurity incident that happened last year and affects 57 million usersTechaeris
Uber Hack: What Does The Data Breach Mean If I've Been Hacked And Should I Be Worried?HuffPost UK
TNW -Economic Times -New Scientist -NPR
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New York Times

The More Education Republicans Have, the Less They Tend to Believe in Climate Change
New York Times
An exhaustive scientific report unveiled this month concluded that the earth is experiencing the warmest period in recorded history and that humans are the dominant cause of the temperature rise observed since the mid-20th century. That consensus does ...

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Washington Examiner

Students triggered by Steve Martin's 'King Tut' on 'SNL'
Washington Examiner
The song, originally performed on "Saturday Night Live" by Steve Martin as "King Tut," actually criticizes the commercialization and trivialization of Egyptian history and presents a caricature of the Treasures of Tutankhamun traveling exhibit that ...





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