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Oregon Examines Spyware Investment amid Controversy
From ACM News

Oregon Examines Spyware Investment amid Controversy

The Oregon state employee pension fund is one of the largest investors, if not the largest, in a private equity firm that has majority ownership of NSO Group, the...

Biden Administration Will Prioritize Cybersecurity in Distribution of $1 Billion in Federal IT Funding
From ACM TechNews

Biden Administration Will Prioritize Cybersecurity in Distribution of $1 Billion in Federal IT Funding

The Biden administration will prioritize cybersecurity in the distribution of $1 billion in technology modernization funds signed into law by Congress in March....

Facebook Now Has to Ask Permission to Track Your iPhone. Here's How to Stop It.
From ACM News

Facebook Now Has to Ask Permission to Track Your iPhone. Here's How to Stop It.

With the new iOS 14.5, apps have to seek your permission to track you. Here's what to tap, and two privacy settings to change immediately.

Apple Loses Copyright Battle Against Security Startup Corellium
From ACM TechNews

Apple Loses Copyright Battle Against Security Startup Corellium

Apple's lawsuit against security research firm Corellium has failed, with a federal judge rejecting claims that Corellium's software breached copyright law.

NASA's New Rocket Would be the Most Powerful Ever. But it's the Software that has Some Officials Worried.
From ACM News

NASA's New Rocket Would be the Most Powerful Ever. But it's the Software that has Some Officials Worried.

The SLS software concerns are the latest red flags for a program that has struggled to overcome cost overruns and setbacks.
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