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A man was fined ~$100,000 in Singapore last month for sharing a Facebook link ruled as defamation against the Prime Minister, setting a dangerous precedent (Kirsten Han/Rest of World)

Kirsten Han / Rest of World: A man was fined ~$100,000 in Singapore last month for sharing a Facebook link ruled as defamation against the Prime Minister, setting a dangerous precedent  —  Leong Sze Hian was fined almost $100,000 for sharing a Facebook link ruled as defamation against the prime minister.  It sets a dangerous precedent.

Since October, the NYPD has deployed a quadruped robot called Spot to a handful of crime scenes and hostage situations, raising fears of unwanted surveillance (Jake Offenhartz/Gothamist)

Jake Offenhartz / Gothamist: Since October, the NYPD has deployed a quadruped robot called Spot to a handful of crime scenes and hostage situations, raising fears of unwanted surveillance  —  The NYPD´s robot dog is once again stirring privacy concerns and cyberpunk prophesies of some New Yorkers, after the four-legged machine …

1Password acquires secrets management service SecretHub and launches Secrets Automation, a tool for companies to safeguard enterprise credentials (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

Paul Sawers / VentureBeat: 1Password acquires secrets management service SecretHub and launches Secrets Automation, a tool for companies to safeguard enterprise credentials  —  Join GamesBeat Summit 2021 this April 28-29.  Register for a free or VIP pass today.  —  Password-management platform 1Password is expanding into the …

In its April batch of patches, Microsoft fixes 108 flaws, including 19 "critical" flaws, five 0-days, and four NSA-discovered critical Exchange flaws (Lawrence Abrams/BleepingComputer)

Lawrence Abrams / BleepingComputer: In its April batch of patches, Microsoft fixes 108 flaws, including 19 “critical” flaws, five 0-days, and four NSA-discovered critical Exchange flaws  —  Today is Microsoft´s April 2021 Patch Tuesday, and with it comes five zero-day vulnerabilities and more Critical Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities.

Through her version of Fearless, Taylor Swift is showing artists how to use the power of the internet to ascribe value to work they own and devalue the rest (Ben Thompson/Stratechery)

Ben Thompson / Stratechery: Through her version of Fearless, Taylor Swift is showing artists how to use the power of the internet to ascribe value to work they own and devalue the rest  —  In July 2014 Taylor Swift wrote an editorial in the Wall Street Journal entitled, For Taylor Swift, the Future of Music Is a Love Story:

Berlin-based Grover, which runs a subscription business where people rent out consumer electronics, raises TITELTITELTITELTITELeuro;45M Series B in equity and TITELTITELTITELTITELeuro;15M debt (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)

Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch: Berlin-based Grover, which runs a subscription business where people rent out consumer electronics, raises €45M Series B in equity and €15M debt  —  A startup tapping into the concept of the circular economy, where people don´t buy items outright but pay an incremental amount to use …
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