Sunday, June 25, 2023

What I am Reading 6/25/2023 - Post Russian Coup Edition

 No coup stuff -  I have no freakin idea what's going on

Heat is battering Texas’s power grid. Are giant batteries the answer?

Green electricity won’t help with pollution disparities

Incentives for Advanced Cybersecurity Investment [by Electric Utilities]

Federal incentives could help utilities overcome major cybersecurity hurdle: money

Two Energy Department entities breached as part of massive MOVEit compromise

The US Navy, NATO, and NASA are using a shady Chinese company’s encryption chips

Why Legacy System Users Prioritize Uptime Over Security

Millions of Americans’ personal DMV data exposed in massive MOVEit hack

Critical Barracuda ESG Zero-Day Linked to Novel Chinese APT

Hackers can steal cryptographic keys by video-recording power LEDs 60 feet away

Why is it so rare to hear about Western cyber-attacks?

Thousands of realistic but fake AI child sex images found online, report says

US might finally force cable-TV firms to advertise their actual prices

FCC chair to investigate exactly how much everyone hates data caps

Twitter CEO starts fighting Musk’s battles, paying Musk’s overdue bills

Texas will require parental consent for kids to use social media

Google risks forced breakup of ad business as EU alleges shocking misconduct

Amazon accused of tricking Prime customers

Ex-Samsung executive alleged to have stolen tech to recreate chip plant in China

Is the US trying to kill crypto?

The Shitty Stack System: How Microsoft's ruthless employee evaluation system annihilated team collaboration.

Study: Aging population could be a drag on economic growth

U.S. Seeks 70-Month Prison Sentence for YouTube Content ID Scammer

Nigerian engineering students’ favorite teachers are Indian YouTubers

Towards Accountable Capitalism: Remaking Corporate Law Through Stakeholder Governance

Self-Study the Basics of Computer Science

‘His ideas resonate’: how the Unabomber’s dangerous anti-tech manifesto lives on

Africa’s Richest City Is Crumbling Under Chaos and Corruption

The Online Books Page

21st-century editors should keep their hands off 20th-century books

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