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Nvidia wants to lure you to the Arm side with fresh server bait

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 19:17
GPU giant promises big advancements with Arm-based Grace CPU, says the software is ready

Interview 2023 is shaping up to become a big year for Arm-based server chips, and a significant part of this drive will come from Nvidia, which appears steadfast in its belief in the future of Arm, even if it can't own the company.…

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US must adopt USB-C charging standard like EU, senators urge

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 16:54
Tangle of cables creates headaches and electronic waste, warn senators

The US could implement a law similar to the EU's universal charger mandate if a trio of Senate Democrats get their way.…

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Microsoft Defender goes cross-platform for the masses

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 15:30
Redmond's security brand extended to multiple devices without stomping on other solutions

Microsoft is extending the Defender brand with a version aimed at families and individuals.…

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First details on TSMC's 2nm node: Chipmaker reveals nanosheet transistors

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 15:00
Plus: enhancements to 3nm tech due to go into production later this year

Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC has revealed details of its much anticipated 2nm production process node – set to arrive in 2025 – which will use a nanosheet transistor architecture, as well as enhancements to its 3nm technology.…

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Microsoft readies Windows Autopatch to free admins from dealing with its fixes

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 14:30
I got 99 problems but a patch ain't one? Well, that is the hope anyway

If Windows Autopatch arrives in July as planned, some of you will be able to say goodbye to Patch Tuesday.…

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SpaceX reportedly fires staffers behind open letter criticising Elon Musk

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 13:45
Asked for equitable treatment and a boss that doesn't embarrass them

SpaceX has reportedly reacted to an open letter requesting accountability for Elon Musk by firing those involved.…

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Adobe lowers 2022 forecast, blames Ukraine war, strong dollar

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 13:00
Extended 'summer season' also at fault, says software slinger as share price slides

Creative software slinger Adobe booked in double-digit revenues rises in its latest quarter but lowered forecasts due to conflict in Ukraine and and currency challenges. As such, Wall Street frowned and the share price went down.…

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Google recasts Anthos with hitch to AWS Outposts

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 12:45
If at first you don't succeed, change names and try again.

Google Cloud's Anthos on-prem platform is getting a new home under the search giant’s recently announced Google Distributed Cloud (GDC) portfolio, where it will live on as a software-based competitor to AWS Outposts and Microsoft Azure Stack.…

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Cookie consent crumbles under fresh UK data law proposals

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 12:15
Campaigners fear erosion of rights as narrowing of law proposed as well as political control over independent watchdog

The UK government has published its plans for reforming local data protection law which includes removing the requirement for consent for all website cookies – akin to the situation across much of the US.…

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Airbus flies new passenger airplane aimed at 'long, thin' routes

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 10:29
The A321XLR assumes you're happy spending 11 hours in a single-aisle plane

European aviation giant this week successfully flew a new "long, thin" passenger airplane that the world's airlines think could let them open new routes.…

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Leave that sentient AI alone a mo and fix those racist chatbots first

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 09:32
Cue robot armies of whiny digital seven-year-olds complaining they're being 'cancelled'

Something for the Weekend A robot is performing interpretive dance on my doorstep.…

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Password recovery from beyond the grave

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 08:03
Does your disaster recovery plan include a mysterious missive at a funeral?

On Call Every disaster recovery plan needs to contain the "hit by a bus" scenario. But have you ever retrieved a password from beyond the grave? One Register reader has. Welcome to On Call.…

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Ubuntu releases Core 22: Its IoT and edge distro

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 07:33
A tougher nut to crack than the regular flavor, some will find it very tasty

Canonical's Linux distro for edge devices and the Internet of Things, Ubuntu Core 22, is out.…

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India lets Mastercard issue new cards again

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 06:57
Compliance with onshore data storage laws took almost a year – far longer than India has given the rest of the tech world to comply with infosec changes

India’s Reserve Bank has lifted its ban on Mastercard issuing new cards within the nation.…

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Greenpeace UK calls on Boris Johnson to condemn Amazon murders

Greenpeace UK - Fri, 2022-06-17 06:39

Projections on London’s Tower Bridge last night called for “Justice for Dom and Bruno” and for the UK Government to act following the announcement yesterday of the murders of British Journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira.

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Greenpeace UK organised the projection and today is calling on Boris Johnson to condemn the two men’s murders and finally stand up to President Bolsonaro’s racist and anti-environmental agenda. 

Following an earlier statement issued this morning, Pat Venditti, Greenpeace UK Executive Director said this evening:
“Dom and Bruno’s deaths are the latest in a growing series of brutal attacks against environmental defenders and Indigenous communities in the Amazon.

“President Bolsonaro’s racist rhetoric and his systematic rolling back of Indigenous Peoples’ rights and environmental protections has given violent land grabbers, miners and illegal loggers the greenlight to invade Indigenous Lands. 

“Governments around the world – including the UK – have continued doing business as usual with Brazil ignoring the fact that hundreds of people are dying and many thousands more face threats and violence on a daily basis. It has to stop. 

“These latest deaths must mark a turning point. And Boris Johnson must take a stand against Bolsonaro’s agenda by condemning these murders in the strongest possible terms.”



182 Indigenous people were killed in 2020 – a 61% increase on 2019: https://cimi.org.br/2021/10/relatorioviolencia2020/ 

Right now, a suite of bills that have become known as “The Destruction Package” are being pushed through the Brazilian Congress that will open up mining in Indigenous Territories and prevent the recognition of Indigenous Land Rights. 

PL 191/2020 will allow mining and other forms of economic exploitation within TIs; and PL 490/2007, which advocates the Temporal Framework and is therefore unconstitutional. These two PLs pose serious risks to the integrity of Indigenous Peoples.

Total trade in goods and services between the UK and Brazil was £6 billion in 2021, an increase of 8.4% or £466 million from 2020: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1075360/brazil-trade-and-investment-factsheet-2022-05-18.pdf 

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Big Tech falls in line with Euro demands to fight bots, deepfakes, disinformation

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 06:36
Six percent of revenues at risk if Code of Practice broken

Meta, Twitter, Google, Microsoft and other tech companies and publishers have agreed to fight disinformation online in accordance with the European Commission's latest Code of Practice rules, which were published on Thursday.…

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Former chip research professor jailed for not disclosing Chinese patents

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 05:28
This is how Beijing illegally accesses US tech, say Feds

The former director of the University of Arkansas’ High Density Electronics Center, a research facility that specialises in electronic packaging and multichip technology, has been jailed for year for failing to disclose Chinese patents for his inventions.…

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Tencent completes 50 million core migration of its own apps to its own clouds

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 04:15
Pockets plenty of savings and illustrates success with the cutest cartoon sysadmin ever

Chinese web giant Tencent has revealed it’s completed a massive migration of its own apps to its own cloud.…

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Interpol anti-fraud operation busts call centers behind business email scams

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 02:58
1,770 premises raided, 2,000 arrested, $50m seized

Law enforcement agencies around the world have arrested about 2,000 people and seized $50 million in a sweeping operation crackdown of social engineering and other scam operations around the globe.…

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Brave roasts DuckDuckGo over Bing privacy exception

The Register - Fri, 2022-06-17 01:32
Search biz hits back at 'misleading' claims, saga lifts lid on Microsoft's web tracking advice

Brave CEO Brendan Eich took aim at rival DuckDuckGo on Wednesday by challenging the web search engine's efforts to brush off revelations that its Android, iOS, and macOS browsers gave, to a degree, Microsoft Bing and LinkedIn trackers a pass versus other trackers.…

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