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NSA Purchases Americans Internet Browsing Data Without Warrant

In a letter to Senator Ron Wyden, Director of the National Security Agency NSA Paul Nakasone disclosed that the agency buys internet traffic data from

In a letter to Senator Ron Wyden, Director of the National Security Agency NSA Paul Nakasone disclosed that the agency buys internet traffic data from commercial brokers in the United States without obtaining a warrant. The information, which may include data related to electronic devices used within and outside the United States, is vital for national security and cybersecurity operations, according to the letter, which was made public on December 11. Citing possible privacy concerns and the requirement for compliance with FTC guidelines, Wyden called on intelligence officials to stop utilising Americans data without their knowledge or approval. Minimising the gathering of personal data about Americans was a priority for the NSA. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

U.S. Secretary of State Blinken Visits Côte dIvoire as Part of Africa Tour

During his trip to Africa, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken stopped in Côte dIvoire and thanked the nation for its efforts to combat extremism.

During his trip to Africa, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken stopped in Côte dIvoire and thanked the nation for its efforts to combat extremism. He announced increased financing for those governments through the tenyear U.S. Strategy to Prevent Conflict and Promote Stability for Coastal West African governments, totalling an unknown sum. The help, a portion of a roughly $300 million investment spread over two years, is meant to improve security and stability. President Alassane Ouattara emphasised their productive conversation and the difficult regional circumstances, including coups in nearby West African nations. The objectives of Blinkens Africa visit are to fortify alliances, tackle local problems, and advance stability. Next up are Angola and Nigeria. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Mapletree Logistics Trust Reports 1.5% YoY Increase in Q3 Net Property Income

In the third quarter of FY23/24, Mapletree Logistics Trust MLT reported a 1.5% yearoveryear net property income NPI growth to $159.5 million. More exc

In the third quarter of FY23/24, Mapletree Logistics Trust MLT reported a 1.5% yearoveryear net property income NPI growth to $159.5 million. More excellent contributions from acquisitions in Japan, South Korea, and Australia, as well as from alreadyexisting properties in Singapore, were the leading causes of the higher NPI and the 2.1% YoY rise in gross revenue to $184 million. The rise was, however, somewhat offset by worse performance in China and the lack of income from selling or redeveloping assets. The outcomes of MLT were also impacted by the devaluation of several currencies relative to the Singapore Dollar. Revenue and NPI would have increased by 4.8% and 4.1% YoY, respectively, on a constant currency basis. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Nokias Q4 Operating Profit Beats Expectations Amid 5G Equipment Sales Dip

Despite sluggish sales of 5G equipment, Nokia reported betterthanexpected operating earnings for the fourth quarter. The Finnish telecom equipment man

Despite sluggish sales of 5G equipment, Nokia reported betterthanexpected operating earnings for the fourth quarter. The Finnish telecom equipment manufacturer was able to control expenses, and it expects demand to pick up in the second half of 2024. Comparable net sales for Nokia fell 23% to 5.71 billion euros in the quarter, falling short of projections. In the second half of the year, the business anticipates increased network infrastructure sales and better profits as costcutting initiatives start to pay off. With cell providers cutting down on buying new 5G equipment, Nokia is operating in a challenging market. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Shein Investors Seek to Sell Shares, Valuation Drops to $45 Billion

According to reports, Sheins investors are trying to sell the Chinese online retailers shares on the private market for as little as $45 billion. This

According to reports, Sheins investors are trying to sell the Chinese online retailers shares on the private market for as little as $45 billion. This is a roughly 30% reduction from its valuation from around one month ago. Shein was valued between $45 billion and $55 billion by stock sales in late 2023, a significant decrease from its May fundraising round valuation of $66 billion. Shein has faced difficulties, such as legal battles with competitors and a cybersecurity assessment by Chinas Cyberspace Administration. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Major Privacy Breach Hits BuyGoods.com as Database Exposes 260,000 Records

Over 260,000 customer and affiliate details have been compromised due to a significant privacy breach caused by discovering a misconfigured database c

Over 260,000 customer and affiliate details have been compromised due to a significant privacy breach caused by discovering a misconfigured database connected to the online retailer BuyGoods.com. The 198.3 GB unprotected database held a variety of sensitive data, such as invoices, refund transactions, affiliate payouts, and personal information, including passports, identity cards, and unredacted credit card information. The database wasnt protected for a while, even after the information was responsibly disclosed, and the exposed material seriously threatened privacy. These events show how important it is to have robust database security protocols and frequent audits to stop data breaches and leaks. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Equinix and Nvidia Join Forces to Offer Direct Access to AI Supercomputing Equipment

Data centre operator Equinix and chipmaker Nvidia will provide business clients access to Nvidias supercomputing equipment. By facilitating the owners

Data centre operator Equinix and chipmaker Nvidia will provide business clients access to Nvidias supercomputing equipment. By facilitating the ownership of Artificial Intelligence AI computer systems, businesses can better manage their data than renting Nvidias processors from cloud computing providers such as Amazon or Microsoft. By working together, corporate clients may buy Nvidia systems while paying Equinix to construct and manage them effectively, easing worries about security and privacy. The service is intended to serve companies who want to be the proprietors of their AI computer infrastructure. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          

Google Settles $1.67 Billion Patent Infringement Lawsuit with Singular Computing

Google and Singular Computing, the company that makes the processors that underpin Googles Artificial Intelligence AI technology, have settled their p

Google and Singular Computing, the company that makes the processors that underpin Googles Artificial Intelligence AI technology, have settled their patent infringement dispute. In the case, Google was accused of misusing Singular Computings computerprocessing breakthroughs in its AI capabilities, such as Google Search, Gmail, and Translate, which demanded $1.67 billion in damages. Although the specifics of the settlement remained undisclosed, Google and Singular officials verified the outcome. Google expressed pleasure with the settlement and said it did not infringe Singulars patent rights. Since 2019, the case has been pending. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 27 days ago          



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