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Man dies of a heart attack after minors swatted him over his rare Twitter handle

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A case against security nihilism

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Germany’s national healthcare system adopts Matrix for communication

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Good Riddance, TurboTax. Americans Need a Real ‘Free File’ Program

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Nepalese student learns HTML, JavaScript, CSS using just a mobile phone
 

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MAPS Celebrates California Senate Passage of Psychedelic Reform Bill

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Pelosi and a lifetime of trading

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Support for team members who are mistreated in their country

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Emmanuel Macron identified in leaked Pegasus project data
 

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Salesforce completes acquisition of Slack

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Crystal 1.1.0

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Kubernetes is our generation’s Multics

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NSO Group Hacked

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Caffeine and theanine exert opposite effects on attention (2017)
 

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Tesla plans to open its charging network to other EVs later this year

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Planning and estimating large-scale software projects

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THW: Germany′s army of volunteers for disaster relief

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A surprisingly common error users make when installing Brew
 

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