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Home Items Are Getting Smarter and Creepier, Like It or Not (Reader Steve)

The author , “Internet-connected ‘smarts’ are creeping into cars, refrigerators, thermostats, toys and just about everything else in your home. … With every additional smart device in your home, companies are able to gather more details about your daily life.”

Government Shutdown Closes in on High Court (Jimmy)

The author , “The Supreme Court is about to feel the effects of the partial government shutdown.”

New Pentagon Chief Under Scrutiny Over Perceived Boeing Bias (Reader Luke)

From : “Concerns about Patrick Shanahan’s Boeing ties have re-emerged since President Donald Trump said he may be running the Pentagon ‘for a long time.’”

ICE Detains Salvadoran Woman Who Won Civil Rights Suit Against Frederick County (Reader Steve)

The author , “A Salvadoran woman, who successfully sued Frederick County in 2009 for civil rights violations, has been detained again for deportation by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement despite a court order for her to remain in the United States.”

How a Russian Firm Helped Catch an Alleged NSA Data Thief (Jimmy)

From : “The US has accused Kaspersky Lab of working with Russian spies. But sources say the company exposed a massive breach that US authorities missed.”

The Peaceful Transition of Government Twitter Accounts (Reader Steve)

From the : “House Republicans are taking the fruits of Twitter’s growth with them into the minority.” The post appeared first on .
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Home Items Are Getting Smarter and Creepier, Like It or Not (Reader Steve)

The author writes, “Internet-connected ‘smarts’ are creeping into cars, refrigerators, thermostats, toys and just about everything else in your home." data-share-imageurl="" style="position:fixed;top:0px;right:0px;">

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