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Kentucky Man Convicted of Leaking Singapore HIV Patient Data

Kentucky Man Convicted of Leaking Singapore HIV Patient Data

| Jun 6
A federal jury in Kentucky has convicted a man of leaking a database of HIV patients from the Singapore government.

YouTube Declines Action On Reported Harassment of Gay Journalist

YouTube Declines Action On Reported Harassment of Gay Journalist

| By Kilian Melloy | Jun 5
For one gay journalist who says he's been hounded by a conservative YouTuber and his followers across multiple platforms, there's evidently no relief in sight.

Americans Think Fake News is Big Problem, Blame Politicians

Americans Think Fake News is Big Problem, Blame Politicians

| By Tali Arbel | Jun 5
Half of U.S. adults consider fake news a major problem, and they mostly blame politicians and activists for it, according to a new survey.

School's Plan for Facial Recognition System Raises Concerns

School's Plan for Facial Recognition System Raises Concerns

| By Carolyn Thompson | Jun 5
A New York school district has finished installing a facial recognition system intended to spot potentially dangerous intruders, but state officials concerned about privacy say they want to know more before the technology is put into use.

Different Ways to Show Paintings, Photos to Blind People

Different Ways to Show Paintings, Photos to Blind People

| By Janet McConnaughey | Jun 5
Museums nationwide are working to make their collections more accessible for people with disabilities - and tech has a big role.

Judge to Rule If Racist Facebook Page Can Be Trial Evidence

Judge to Rule If Racist Facebook Page Can Be Trial Evidence

| Jun 5
A judge must decide if prosecutors can present evidence that a white man charged with fatally stabbing a black student on the University of Maryland's campus belonged to a racist Facebook group called "Alt-Reich: Nation."

Watch: Interactive Google Doodle Takes Us Through 50 Years of Pride

Watch: Interactive Google Doodle Takes Us Through 50 Years of Pride

| By Sam Cronin | Jun 4
The newest Google Doodle is an interactive slideshow to walk through 50 years of LGBTQ+ Pride, in honor of the Pride month.

Apple Previews New Software as It Diversifies Beyond iPhones

Apple Previews New Software as It Diversifies Beyond iPhones

| By Michael Liedtke | Jun 4
Apple, beset by falling iPhone sales, announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended to highlight its increasing emphasis on digital services and to further position it as a fierce guardian of personal privacy.

Congress Launches Big Tech Antitrust Probe

Congress Launches Big Tech Antitrust Probe

| By Rachel Lerman | Jun 4
The federal government may be warming up its antitrust enforcement machine and pointing it at Big Tech.

EU Legal Expert Says Online Defamation Enforceable Worldwide

EU Legal Expert Says Online Defamation Enforceable Worldwide

| Jun 4
A top European Union legal adviser says social media networks like Facebook could be ordered to take down anywhere in the world any text, photo or other material judged defamatory by a court.

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