- Silicon Valley says – what else? – that export controls will hurt AI development.
- The Department of Justice indicted members of APT10. Jack Goldsmith and Robert Williams are critical of the name-and-shame strategy
- Hacks of the month:
- The US and China are in a quantum arms race that may transform warfare.
- A judge issued a mixed bag of rulings on three motions to suppress in Hal Martin's NSA theft case, which just gets weirder and weirder.
- Today's forecast: Windy with a probability of litigation. Los Angeles sues Weather Company for collecting and sharing location information in an app.
- Standing claims another biometric data lawsuit in Illinois, but the Rosenbach v. Six Flags case lives on in the Illinois Supreme Court.
- A clever AI hid data from its creators to cheat at its appointed task.
- The president signed the SECURE Tech Act, setting vulnerability disclosure policy and calling for bug bounties at DHS.
- A really fascinating and deeply ambivalating report on Amazon Marketplace.
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