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The U.S. and China Trade War Could End Positively After The G-20 Summit
Russian Ministry of Finance Considers Allowing Cryptocurrency Trading
The US planted offensive malware in Russia’s power grid
Huawei’s US ban may cost $30 billion, but it vows to rebound
Huawei: Which countries are blocking its 5G technology?
Blue Origin and ULA are trying to intervene in SpaceX’s lawsuit against the government
China warned tech companies of consequences for cooperating with US ban
PA Consulting assesses how a no-deal Brexit would affect the flow of data
Trump to threaten curb on intel sharing with UK over Huawei
Why the Government of Tomorrow is Also a Data Organisation
CISCO Security Spotlights Microsoft Office 365 E-Mail Phishing Increase
India’s new government plans IoT and AI workforce reskilling
Coalition of governments and tech companies pledges to fight terrorist content
Huawei chief would be ‘the first to protest’ China retaliation to Trump ban
The T-Mobile and Sprint merger, Apple tweaks the Macbook keyboards, and Huawei vs. Trump
Huawei can’t officially use microSD cards in its phones going forward
Vodafone “United Kingdom” Unveils The first 5G ready handsets.
Russian Military Has “Science Fiction” Laser Weapons.
The U.S. Military is Buying a $130 Million Laser Weapon.
Democratic presidential candidates agree: Big Tech is too powerful
The U.S. Department of Commerce places Huawei in trade blacklist
Trump Finds More to Ban Huawei From the networks of US firms.
The US Marine Corps has formed an auxiliary volunteer cybersecurity force
China’s Government Just Blocked The Entirety Of Wikipedia.
White House’s new IT engineer is sharp, witty, and blunt.
Russians hacked voting databases in two Florida counties in 2016, governor says
Russia signs law that requires ISPs to be able to disconnect from the outside internet
China-Based Hacking Group Indicted for Series of Computer Intrusions
Microsoft launches election verification tool and M365
Huaweigate Triggers Political Earthquake in The UK
Sierra Leone signs free roaming MoU with Guinea, Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire
European Parliament passes online platform rules…
Article 13 gains European Council approval on copyright directive
China erases citizens’ social media accounts in widespread censorship campaign
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