Dutch couple move into Europe’s first fully 3D-printed house | 3D printing

A Dutch couple have become Europe’s first tenants of a fully 3D printed house in a development that its backers believe will open up a world of choice in the shape and style of the homes of the future. Elize Lutz, 70, and Harrie Dekkers, 67, retired shopkeepers from Amsterdam, Continue Reading

Decided to move on from your NGAV/EDR? A Guide for Small Security Teams to What’s Next – Tempemail

You’re fully aware of the need to stop threats at the front door and then hunt any that got through that first gate, so your company installed an EPP/ EDR solution. But like most companies, you’ve already come across its shortcoming – and these are amplified since you have a Continue Reading

In Trumpian move, Jeff Bezos reportedly orders Amazon chiefs to hit back at critics | Amazon

Say what you will about the relative merits of the continued existence of Amazon, the humble online bookstore that might end up being the last company in the world at this rate, you might expect all of that accumulated wealth to afford them access to the best and brightest communications Continue Reading

Australia urged to move on from ‘moral panic’ over video games after Disco Elysium banned | Games

The banning of video game Disco Elysium from sale in Australia has renewed calls for the Australian government to overhaul the classification system to move away from the “moral panic” associated with video games. On Friday afternoon, the Australian classification board announced Disco Elysium – The Final Cut was refused Continue Reading

Far-right supporters move to open source to evade censorship | World news

On 8 December last year, a Frenchman called Laurent Bachelier gave away a total of 28.5 bitcoins – worth $556,000 – to 22 people. On the same day, he killed himself. In suicide notes written in French and English, he explained that the burden of illness (he suffered from a Continue Reading

Move over, Deep Nostalgia, this AI app can make Kim Jong-un sing I Will Survive | Technology

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it might be like to see Kim Jong-un let loose at karaoke, your wish has been granted, thanks to an app that lets users turn photographs of anyone – or anything remotely resembling a face – into uncanny AI-powered videos of them lip Continue Reading

‘They track every move’: how US parole apps created digital prisoners | US prisons

In 2018, William Frederick Keck III pleaded guilty in a court in Manassas, Virginia, to possession with intent to distribute cannabis. He served three months in prison, then began a three-year probation. He was required to wear a GPS ankle monitor before his trial and then to report for random Continue Reading

Apple and Facebook at odds over privacy move that will hit online ads | Apple

Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, has launched his strongest attack on Facebook yet, as the two companies face off over Apple’s plans for new privacy features that would severely limit online advertising. Speaking to the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection conference on “Data Privacy Day”, Cook defended Apple’s decision to Continue Reading

Facebook will move UK users to US terms, avoiding EU privacy laws | Technology

Sign up for the Guardian Today US newsletter Facebook will shift all its users in the United Kingdom into user agreements with the corporate headquarters in California, moving them out of their current relationship with Facebook’s Irish unit and out of reach of Europe’s privacy laws. The change takes effect Continue Reading