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  • Pegasus strikes again: Thai activists fall victim to high tech hack
    Two cybersecurity research labs have reported cases of Thai activists being hacked with government backed spyware, called Pegasus, which can access a target’s phone without physically having the phone, or having the target click anything. CitizenLab says situations like these threaten “civil society,” and Amnesty International is calling for a crackdown on the spyware industry.
  • As Musk-Twitter deal ends abruptly, company says Musk must pay
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently declared that he would cancel his $44 billion offer to buy Twitter, a 450-million-user social media platform. Mr. Musk claims that the company’s board was not transparent enough when it came to the number of fake accounts.
  • Why Teslas may be driving themselves into a recall
    Elon Musk’s Tesla is once again under scrutiny. After dozens of crashes, a federal agency is investigating whether Teslas equipped with autopilot systems do enough to alert drivers at dangerous moments to avert accidents.
  • Google diversifies its translation service, adds 24 languages
    This week Google added 24 languages to its translation service, including South American, African, and South Asian languages not commonly found on popular tech products. It could help keep languages alive, but certain cultural nuances may not translate.
  • Is Elon Musk's vision for Twitter reform too lofty?
    On Monday, Elon Musk reached a deal to buy Twitter for about $44 billion. Some analysts, however, are skeptical that Mr. Musk’s vision for more free speech can withstand a potential flood of toxic content and keep the platform profitable.

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