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      MIT says Jeffrey Epstein gave $800,000, issues statement on MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, Seth Lloyd

      The following email was sent today to the MIT community by President L. Rafael Reif. Read the rest

      Jeffrey Epstein's efforts to silence press included a bullet on a reporter's doorstep, cat's severed head

      David Folkenflik of NPR News has a report today about how Jeffrey Epstein terrorized members of the press who sought to report on his activity, alternating between attempting to intimidate or buy off the media. One significant episode involved Vanity Fair, under former editor in chief Graydon Carter (pictured here).

      The sexual predator and accused global sex trafficker's methods included a severed cat's head, and a bullet on a doorstep. Read the rest

      US to require air travelers to show 'gold star' at airports in order to fly

      Starting next year you won't be able to board a plane without REAL ID.

      Jeffrey Epstein's social media accounts are as gross as you'd expect.

      No surprises in Jeffrey Epstein's social media accounts. Read the rest

      Trump Justice Department officials emailed immigration judges this racist, anti-Jewish blog post

      Just another day living under our very normal white supremacist government. Justice Department officials reportedly emailed immigration judges a white nationalist blog post that included various attacks on Jewish people. Read the rest

      Tech-powered war on robocalls pledged by 12 U.S. telephone carriers and 51 attorneys general

      In the absence of any regulation or meaningful action by the federal government to tackle the persistent and annoying scourge of robocalls, twelve of America's largest phone companies on Thursday agreed to implement new technology that helps block robocalls as part of an agreement between telecoms and 51 attorneys general. Read the rest

      DOJ indicts 80, many based in Nigeria, in business email scam and money laundering

      The Justice Department today announced indictments for 80 individuals on charges they ran a massive business email and money laundering scam that operated in part out of Southern California.

      DoJ's 145-page indictment was unsealed Thursday, and charges 80 named individuals with conspiracy to commit mail and bank fraud, plus aggravated identity theft and money laundering.

      More than a dozen individuals were arrested during raids on Thursday, most of which took place in the greater Los Angeles area.

      News of the early-morning Southern California raids on Thursday were first reported by LA's ABC7 News.

      Zack Whittaker at TechCrunch:

      But it’s not immediately known if the Nigerian nationals will be extradited to the U.S., however a treaty exists between the two nations making extraditions possible.

      U.S. Attorney Nicola Hanna said the case was part of an ongoing effort to protect citizens and businesses from email scams.

      “Today, we have taken a major step to disrupt criminal networks that use [business email scam] schemes, romance scams and other frauds to fleece victims,” he said. “This indictment sends a message that we will identify perpetrators — no matter where they reside — and we will cut off the flow of ill-gotten gains.”

      These business email compromise scams rely partly on deception and in some cases hacking. Scammers send specially crafted spearphishing emails to their targets in order to trick them into turning over sensitive information about the company, such as sending employee W-2 tax documents so scammers can generate fraudulent refunds, or tricking an employee into making wire transfers to bank accounts controlled by the scammers.

      Read the rest

      Leaked emails suggest Trump's US interior secretary may have corrupt role in gas project

      US interior secretary David Bernhardt is pushing a fossil fuel project that the lobbying firm he used to work for is getting paid from, these e-mails in a Guardian report today suggest. Read the rest

      AI Drama: Google DeepMind's Mustafa Suleyman abruptly placed on leave, no reason given for departure

      Google DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman has been placed on leave from the applied artificial intelligence lab he ran. Read the rest

      Amazon's government charm offensive: bringing lawmakers in for warehouse tours

      In an apparent attempt to soften criticism of its business practices under President Donald Trump, Amazon is offering lawmakers private tours of its giant warehouses. Read the rest

      Google, Mozilla, and Apple are using this one weird trick to block Kazakhstan's surveillance of its own citizens

      Google and Mozilla are making changes to their respective web browsers to try and thwart the notoriously corrupt government of Kazakhstan's efforts to launch a surveillance operation against its own citizens. Read the rest

      Microsoft contractors listened to Xbox audio recordings of children in their homes, to improve voice command

      Contractors working for Microsoft say they listened to audio captured by Xbox consoles

      Cat tries a lick of ice cream for the first time

      Look at this cute kitty getting a little taste of ice cream on a spoon from her human. Not an every day thing, but it's okay as a fancy once-in-a-while. Read the rest

      Puppy, 4 weeks old, makes cutest sound in the world

      The sound this tiny little 4-week-old “pound puppy” makes when he's smacking his toof-less gums around that soaked kibble? It gives me all the squees in the world. Look at that little dude just go. Read the rest

      DIY funtime: This 1949 Zenith vintage TV restoration is incredible

      “Finally working again at 70 years, happily playing Casablanca.” ??

      Wow. Read the rest

      Uganda installs Huawei's AI-powered facial recognition surveillance system 'nationwide'

      “The cameras are already transforming modern day policing in Uganda, with facial recognition and artificial intelligence as part of policing and security.” —?Ugandan Police.

      Neil Young hates what the internet has done to music

      Spotify may not be literally damaging our brains, but he's not entirely wrong, either.

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