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World Wide Web Consortium abandons consensus, standardizes DRM with 58.4% support, EFF resigns / Boing Boing

In July, the Director of the World Wide Web Consortium overruled dozens of members’ objections to publishing a DRM standard without a compromise to protect accessibility, security research, archiving, and competition. EFF appealed the decision, the first-ever appeal in W3C history, which concluded last week with a deeply divided membership. 58.4% of the group voted to go on with publication, and the W3C did so today, an unprecedented move in a body that has always operated on consensus and compromise.…

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Twitter’s algorithmic timeline is now live by default for everyone

A month after Twitter launched its new timeline, which sorts tweets in your feed according to relevancy instead of chronology, the company has quietly turned it on by default. It also appears to be live for all users.  Originally launched in February, the new timeline was opt-in, and it was only available to some users.  Now users are reporting getting a notification that the setting is now opt-out.  Image: Stan Schroeder/Mashable The Next Web also noticed that Twitter updated its FAQ…

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Kaspersky’s Competitors Are Using The US’s Ban As A Selling Point

In the days following the Department of Homeland Security’s ban against using Kaspersky antivirus software, several of that company’s competitors have begun using the controversy for a business advantage. The ban, issued Wednesday, is the culmination of months of open distrust for the Russian-based company from members of Congress and leaders of the US intelligence community, and reflects a nervousness that information about US government computers is routinely sent to servers in Russia. DHS’s statement echoes the broad distrust that…

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10 things to know about Ellen Pao

From her humble beginnings as a daughter of immigrant parents to one of the leading voices for women in technology, here are 10 things you maybe didn’t know about Ellen Pao.           Source link

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Huawei takes jab at Apple’s Face ID in Mate 10 video ad

Apple may have explained that Craig Federighi’s inability to unlock the iPhone X last week wasn’t a fail, but that hasn’t stopped Huawei from poking fun at Face ID, and the handset’s neural engine, in the Chinese giant’s latest ad for the Mate 10. A recent Facebook video shows a facial recognition system failing to recognize a cartoon clown. It also features the tagline “Let’s face it, facial recognition isn’t for everybody.” After Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering…

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Starting a Robotics Company? Sell a Service, Not a Robot

If you want to start a robot company, plan to kick off by selling a service performed by robots, not the robots themselves. That was the message of robot startup founders and investors speaking at HAX demo day this week. HAX is a five-year-old hardware accelerator based in Shenzhen, China, and San Francisco. “I’m a big fan of going out and doing a service with a robot, competing with other businesses that provide that service, rather than trying to sell…

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Uber faces £2.9M fee to renew London license under new rules

London’s transport regulator, Transport for London, has released details of a new more expansive and expensive system of tiered license fees for private hire operators that will drive up the fees that ride-hailing companies like Uber need to pay to operate in the city. Uber previously paid £2,826 for a five-year license from TfL. Under the new system the company would have to shell out £2.9M for a further five years’ licensing, a Transport for London spokesman confirmed to TechCrunch. That’s…

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Microsoft confirms Outlook issues – BBC News

Image copyright Microsoft Microsoft has confirmed that some users of its email service Outlook are unable to send email or access their accounts. Hundreds from around Europe have commented on the website Downdetector that they have been affected by the problem – many since Monday morning. One common issue seems to be that sent emails remain in the drafts folder and are not being delivered to recipients. On its website, Microsoft says the service dropped “unexpectedly” and it is working…

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