Tuesday, January 16, 2024

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 Boeing has a risk managment problem with the 737 Max
 Human Error Likely Caused Subway Crash and Derailing, Officials Say
The New York Times
 Museum World Hit by Cyberattack on Widely Used Software
Zachary Small
 Teen traveling alone on Frontier Airlines from Tampa accidentally flown to Puerto Rico
NBC News
 Kai Zhuang: Chinese teen found alive in U.S. after cyber-kidnapping
 How the federal ban on Chinese drones could end up costing lives
UAV Coach
 Fire Breaks Out Aboard Ship Carrying Lithium-Ion Batteries
 Are Teslas the most or least safe vehicles?
Sam Bull
 Theft of Vancouver rape crisis centre server containing sensitive data raises privacy concerns
 23andMe told victims of data breach that suing is futile, letter shows
Ars Technica
 BGP tampering: A “ridiculously weak” password causes disaster for Spain's No. 2 mobile carrier
Ars Technica
 Qualcomm chip vulnerability enables remote attack by voice call
SC Media
 Google disabling third-party cookies for millions of users without informing them
Lauren Weinstein
 Weizenbaum’s nightmares: how the inventor of the first chatbot turned against AI
The Guardian
 A Chevrolet dealer offered an AI chatbot on its website. It told customers to buy a Ford.
USA Today
 AI’s big test: Making sense of $4 trillion in medical expenses
 A hospital's false death announcement leads to a wife's suicide, husband is later found alive
 Dystopian past…and future
The Guardian
 Wife of Investor Who Pushed for Harvard President’s Exit Is Accused of Plagiarism
 The NY Times Lawsuit Against OpenAI Would Open Up The NY Times To All Sorts Of Lawsuits Should It Win
Mike Masnick
Stephen Mason
 How Tracking and Technology in Cars Is BeingWeaponized by Abusive Partners
The New York Times
 Researchers Suggest New AirTag Stalker Preventions That Balance Privacy
 Re: AI in the Machine Internet
Martin Ward
 Re: Do you need git or Subversion
Dmitri Maziuk
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