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  • Facebook Responds to Privacy Crisis by Making Privacy Tools Easier to Find
    By Ashley Carman 03/28/2018
    Facebook adjusted its privacy settings page today, following the ongoing Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
    Facebook adjusted its privacy settings page today, following the ongoing Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
  • Intel Says it Won’t Patch Older Chips for Spectre
    By Ashley Carman 04/04/2018
    Intel updated its patching guidance for Spectre this week, continuing the months-long process of fixing the critical security flaw. Although the company had previously said it planned to patch all affected chips, today it clarified that some product lines won’t receive updates. Most are older and, presumably, not as widely used. They include: the Bloomfield line, Clarksfield, Gulftown, Harpertown, Jasper Forest, Penryn, SoFIA 3GR, the Wolfdale line, and the Yorkfield line.
    Intel updated its patching guidance for Spectre this week, continuing the months-long process of fixing the critical security flaw. Although the company had previously said it planned to patch all affected chips, today it clarified that some product lines won’t receive updates. Most are older and, presumably, not as widely used. They include: the Bloomfield line, Clarksfield, Gulftown, Harpertown, Jasper Forest, Penryn, SoFIA 3GR, the Wolfdale line, and the Yorkfield line.
  • Chinese City Shops Ordered to Start Using Government-Approved Routers
    By Shannon Liao 04/05/2018
    An eastern Chinese city is now telling its shops and restaurants to swap their Wi-Fi routers for government-approved routers or else pay a penalty. Stores located in Qingdao, Shandong Province will have to pay up to ¥100,000 ($18,589) if they don’t comply, according to Abacus.
    An eastern Chinese city is now telling its shops and restaurants to swap their Wi-Fi routers for government-approved routers or else pay a penalty. Stores located in Qingdao, Shandong Province will have to pay up to ¥100,000 ($18,589) if they don’t comply, according to Abacus.
  • Cloudflare Launches 1.1.1.1 DNS Service That Will Speed Up Your internet
    By Tom Warren 04/01/2018
    Cloudflare is launching its own consumer DNS service that promises to speed up your internet connection and help keep it private.
    Cloudflare is launching its own consumer DNS service that promises to speed up your internet connection and help keep it private.