The Switch: The hacking group that leaked NSA secrets claims it has data on foreign nuclear programs

Your MP3s are going to be just fine; Hackers are reportedly holding a Disney film for ransom; Lyft and Waymo team up on self-driving cars, while a judge deals Uber a blow; Bill Gates told new grads to read this book. Now it’s surging on Amazon.;
 
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The hacking group that leaked NSA secrets claims it has data on foreign nuclear programs
They say they plan to release the bugs as part of a new, Spotify-like subscription service.
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Your MP3s are going to be just fine
The company that holds the licensing to the MP3 has said they won’t renew their hold on the file. But nothing will happen to your music library.
 
Hackers are reportedly holding a Disney film for ransom
It’s the latest move by hackers attempting to extort Hollywood.
 
Lyft and Waymo team up on self-driving cars, while a judge deals Uber a blow
Lyft and Waymo are partnering to test driverless-car technology.
 
Bill Gates told new grads to read this book. Now it’s surging on Amazon.
The billionaire philanthropist is dispensing some free advice on social media.
 
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