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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Cryptographic Scheme Could Fix AirTag Stalking
From ACM TechNews

Cryptographic Scheme Could Fix AirTag Stalking

Researchers developed a cryptographic scheme to prioritize the detection of potential AirTag stalking while maintaining privacy for users.

Mercedes Adds Blue Car Light for Self-Driving
From ACM TechNews

Mercedes Adds Blue Car Light for Self-Driving

Mercedes-Benz has received approval to add external turquoise blue lights to its vehicles that indicate when they are in self-driving mode.

U.S. Regulators Propose New Online Privacy Safeguards for Children
From ACM TechNews

U.S. Regulators Propose New Online Privacy Safeguards for Children

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has proposed major changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.

Epigenomics Now
From Communications of the ACM

Epigenomics Now

Computer power helps biologists track the regulation of genetic information.

Wayfinding Without GPS
From Communications of the ACM

Wayfinding Without GPS

Quantum entanglement provides a new direction in navigation.

ACM Publications Finances for 2022
From Communications of the ACM

ACM Publications Finances for 2022

Achieving a balance between mission, sustainability, and growth is without question ACM's greatest challenge as we transition to a fully Open Access model over...

Google Allows More App Payment Options in Antitrust Deal With States
From ACM News

Google Allows More App Payment Options in Antitrust Deal With States

The tech giant will pay $700 million and allow app makers to collect payments directly in a settlement it hopes will help resolve other legal challenges.

Multiple Data Leaks at 23andMe
From ACM News

Multiple Data Leaks at 23andMe

Stolen genetic data leads to class action suit against the testing firm.

U.K. Says Russia Has Targeted Lawmakers and Others in Cyberattacks for Years
From ACM News

U.K. Says Russia Has Targeted Lawmakers and Others in Cyberattacks for Years

The government said a group linked to Russia's intelligence service carried out sustained operations to undermine trust in Britain's political system.

AI Networks Vulnerable to Attacks
From ACM TechNews

AI Networks Vulnerable to Attacks

Tianfu Wu at North Carolina State University and colleagues developed the QuadAttacK software to test deep neural networks for adversarial vulnerabilities.

Bots, Fraud Farms Responsible for 73% of Web Traffic
From ACM TechNews

Bots, Fraud Farms Responsible for 73% of Web Traffic

Arkose Labs reported malicious attacks by bots and human fraud farms accounted for 73% of all Web and app traffic in the third quarter of 2023.

Cybersecurity Protects Food, Agriculture
From ACM News

Cybersecurity Protects Food, Agriculture

Protecting the U.S. food supply from cyberattack.

Camera Stops Deepfakes at the Shutter
From ACM News

Camera Stops Deepfakes at the Shutter

Built-in content credentials verifies photos' authenticity.

Researchers Find Vulnerabilities in Windows Hello Implementations
From ACM TechNews

Researchers Find Vulnerabilities in Windows Hello Implementations

Researchers found vulnerabilities in several laptop makers’ implementations of Windows Hello, the biometric login feature built into Windows.

Outdated Password Practices are Widespread
From ACM TechNews

Outdated Password Practices are Widespread

Researchers say a majority of the world’s most popular websites put users and their data at risk by failing to meet minimum password requirement standards.

Hackers Are Exploiting a Flaw in Citrix Software Despite Fix
From ACM TechNews

Hackers Are Exploiting a Flaw in Citrix Software Despite Fix

Citrix Bleed, a critical flaw in Citrix Systems software, is being exploited by government-backed hackers and critical groups.

Tales of Topological Qubits
From Communications of the ACM

Tales of Topological Qubits

Emulating the behavior of exotic quantum states may give quantum computing a better way of squeezing out troublesome noise and errors.

Revamping Python for an AI World
From Communications of the ACM

Revamping Python for an AI World

Mojo has the same syntax as Python, but runs up to 35,000 times faster.

Web Browsing Data Collected in More Detail Than Previously Known
From ACM TechNews

Web Browsing Data Collected in More Detail Than Previously Known

Web browsing data is being collected and sold in greater detail than previously thought, according to a report by the non-profit Irish Council for Civil Liberties...

Fake Reviews Are Rampant Online. Can a Crackdown End Them?
From ACM News

Fake Reviews Are Rampant Online. Can a Crackdown End Them?

A wave of regulation and industry action has placed the flourishing fake review business on notice. But experts say the problem may be insurmountable.
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