An investigation by 17 media groups including the Washington Post alleges that the phones of 37 journalists, human rights groups and people close to murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi were hacked using spyware from NSO Group, an Israeli company which sells its products to governments to track terrorists and criminals. The report said the numbers were among some 50,000 on a list that had...
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Today’s blog post from top executives at Cloudflare blasting Amazon Web Services for the “egregious” fees it charges customers who move their data out of AWS’ servers raises an interesting question. Could the most fertile ground for pursuing antitrust action against Amazon lie in its cloud business, not the ecommerce business that gets all the attention from business media and politicians?...
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