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Research on why people fall into misinformation rabbit holes: radicalisation is a process of increasingly intense stages, and only a small number of people progress to the point where they commit violent acts.
Our work shows the radicalisation

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A new startup wants to use technology to provide media organizations with a new tool to combat disinformation. The technology, Sovereign, would allow users to see a clear and unalterable record of a piece of content’s creation and

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The problem with car keys: Modern “smart key” fobs, which unlock the car when the owner approaches without the need to press a button, have become more common, offering new loopholes for crime gangs.
Motoring lawyer

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One more reason to never let your private data escape your PC or phone – the risk is concrete: The prospect of this data, including Near’s collection of location data from sensitive locations such as abortion clinics, being

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So why are people still getting scammed, and sometimes spectacularly so?
Scammers use sophisticated psychological techniques. They exploit our deepest human vulnerabilities and bypass rational thought to tap into our emotional responses.
This “psychological warfare” coerces victims into making impulsive

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study: For the first time, account logins with stolen credentials became the most common entry point into victim environments — alongside phishing. accounted for a whopping 32% of cyberattacks analysed , North America 26%, Asia Pacific

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has initiated an investigation on for possible breach of DSA: The formal proceedings will focus on addictive algorithms, the “rabbit hole effect,” age verification issues and default privacy settings. The European Commission is also probing ad

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Now, applies also medium size online services: The DSA’s obligations include a ban on targeting underage users with ads based on their personal data, and targeting anyone based on sensitive data like sexual preferences or religious

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