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Attack on Home Routers Sends Users to Spoofed Sites That Push Malware
From ACM TechNews

Attack on Home Routers Sends Users to Spoofed Sites That Push Malware

Researchers are warning that a hack of Linksys and D-Link routers is redirecting users to malicious sites posing as COVID-19 informational resources.

YouTube to Limit Video Quality Around the World for a Month
From ACM News

YouTube to Limit Video Quality Around the World for a Month

YouTube has reduced the quality of video streaming to standard definition around the world in an effort to ease Internet traffic during the coronavirus outbreak...

Facebook Sent Home Thousands of Human Moderators Due to the Coronavirus. Now the Algorithms Are in Charge
From ACM TechNews

Facebook Sent Home Thousands of Human Moderators Due to the Coronavirus. Now the Algorithms Are in Charge

Facebook has placed its army of human moderators on paid leave, forcing the company to police disinformation without them.

How AI Could Help Translate the Written Language of Ancient Civilizations
From ACM TechNews

How AI Could Help Translate the Written Language of Ancient Civilizations

A collaboration by the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute and its Department of Computer Science could enable automated transcription of ancient tablets...

DDoS Attacks Could Affect Next-Generation 911 Call Systems
From ACM TechNews

DDoS Attacks Could Affect Next-Generation 911 Call Systems

Researchers have found that next-generation 911 systems that accommodate text, images, and video continue to be vulnerable to many of the same cyberattacks as previous...

Kenyan Government Finally Approves Loon’s Internet-delivery Balloons
From ACM News

Kenyan Government Finally Approves Loon’s Internet-delivery Balloons

The balloons are being fast-tracked to improve communication during the coronavirus pandemic.
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