Kherson civilians evacuated as Russia intensifies bombings – POLITICO

Russian forces are intensifying their shelling of Kyiv-controlled territories in the Kherson region, as Ukrainian authorities evacuate civilians to safer areas. Yaroslav Yanushevych, the regional governor of Kherson, said on Sunday that Russian forces shelled the region 54 times during the past day, using “terror tactics.” Moscow’s troops “purposefully hit civilians in the region,” he … Read more

Elon Musk gives Europe’s digital watchdogs their biggest test yet – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. After Elon Musk bought Twitter — and fired almost anyone whose job it was to deal with regulators — the social networking giant is now facing a flood of legal challenges across the European Union. The question now is whether the EU’s watchdogs can … Read more

Egypt’s COP27 summit app is a cyber weapon, experts warn – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Western security advisers are warning delegates at the COP27 climate summit not to download the host Egyptian government’s official smartphone app, amid fears it could be used to hack their private emails, texts and even voice conversations. Policymakers from Germany, France and Canada were among those who had … Read more

Call for probe into Truss phone hack claims – POLITICO

Claims that former U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss’ mobile phone was hacked by foreign agents while she was serving as foreign secretary must be “urgently investigated,” the opposition Labour Party said. Private messages exchanged between Truss’ personal phone and foreign officials — including detailed discussions about arms shipments to Ukraine — are thought to have … Read more

How This Startup Cut Production Costs of Millimeter Wave Power Amplifiers

The struggle that most companies have maintaining code causes a second problem: fragility. Every new feature that gets added to the code increases its complexity, which then increases the chance that something will break. It’s common for software to grow so complex that the developers avoid changing it more than is absolutely necessary for fear … Read more

Govt unveils new policy reforms for satellite communication services, easing processes

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Russia defense chief makes unfounded claims of Kyiv ready to use ‘dirty bomb’ – POLITICO

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Sunday had telephone calls with his French, British and Turkish counterparts in which he made unfounded claims that Ukraine might be preparing to use a “dirty bomb,” according to Russian readouts of the conversations. The conversations took place after Russian President Vladimir Putin recently raised the prospect of using nuclear … Read more

44 glorious days of Liz Truss – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article LONDON — Westminster is in turmoil, the U.K. economy is floundering, and Tory MPs are about to pick their fifth prime minister in just over six years. But in a sign of total normality in this fully-functioning Western democracy, Brits have instead spent much of the past week … Read more

Surely not Boris? Runners and riders for next UK prime minister as Liz Truss quits – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article LONDON — Whisper it, but Boris Johnson could be on the comeback trail. The ousted former Conservative leader is strongly rumored to be mulling a return to 10 Downing Street — less than two months after leaving to make way for Liz Truss. Truss’ premiership imploded with spectacular … Read more

Section 230’s Fate Belongs With Congress—Not the US Supreme Court

In the nearly 27 years since Congress passed Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, courts have broadly interpreted it to protect online communities for being legally responsible for user content, laying the foundation for the business models of Facebook, Yelp, Glassdoor, Wikipedia, community bulletin boards, and so many other sites that rely on content … Read more