Pegasus Project: Special Report – DTNS Experiment Week

Pegasus is a digital tool sold by the NSO Group to different governments across the globe used to monitor activists, politicians and persons of interest. In The Pegasus Project, journalists from 17 outlets like The Guardian, Le Monde, The Washington Post or Aristegui Noticias, collaborated to reveal the way the spyware was used by different agencies. In this special report we explore what they found and the effect it had in the way technology was implemented by different government agencies.

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Samsung reveals it can remotely disable stolen televisions – DTH

DTH-6-150x150Major tech companies announce new cybersecurity spending initiatives following White House meeting, Samsung reveals it can remotely disable stolen televisions, and Instagram revises search algorithm to prioritize pictures and videos.

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Ask a Luddite – DTNS Experiment Week

Rich Stroffolino talks with tech skeptic Ben Weinberg about the latest tech news. In this pilot episode, they look into the luddite perspective on Apple’s recently announced on-device scanning for CSAM, Facebook’s metaverse take on VR meetings, and why AI-generated websites are like Final Cut X.

Featuring Rich Stroffolino, Ben Weinberg

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Only Fans delays ban on explicit content – DTH

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Only Fans delays ban on explicit content, Fitbit is releasing the Charge 5 fitness tracker and we reveal where you can get an Nvidia RTX 30 series GPU

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Photography For Today’s Users – DTNS Experiment Week

It is said that the best camera is the one you have with you, and the latest smartphones offer extraordinary capabilities, but are they really the only camera you need? DTNS Associate Producer Amos is joined by Ant Pruitt of Hands On Photography to discuss when and why you might consider making the investment into a dedicated camera system.

Starring by Anthony Lemos, Ant Pruitt

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Spotify expanding paid podcast subscriptions to all US creators – DTH

DTH-6-150x150The Poly Network announces all $610 million in stolen crytpocurrency was returned by hacker, Spotify is expanding paid podcast subscriptions to all US creators, and Instagram retires ‘swipe up for link’.

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Virgin Orbit will go public through a $3.2 billion SPAC deal – DTH

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Virgin Orbit goes public, Paypal is allowing its UK users to buy, hold and sell cryptocurrencies and Visa just made its first move into NFTs by buying CryptoPunk 7610.

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The Tech Jawn – DTNS Experiment Week

The Tech Jawn is a second look at the week’s tech news headlines delivered from a different perspective. African Americans, demographically, are the biggest users of consumer technology in the country and The Tech Jawn aims to showcase how technology affects them as well as how they affect technology.

Hosted by Robb Dunewood, Stephanie Humphrey, and Terrance Gaines, the first episode tackles bias in algorithms like Facial Recognition and Artificial Intelligence.

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Sunday Science Supplement for August 22, 2021 – DTH

DTH-6-150x150Researchers at the University of New South Wales published a paper demonstrating a way to dramatically simplify wiring and cooling of quantum computers. Dr. Nicole Ackermans digs into the science of how the team did it using a crystal prism above a quantum process to focus wavelengths of microwaves to control qubit spin.

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Week in Review for the Week of 8/16/21 – DTH

DTH-6-150x150T-Mobile confirms past, current, and perspective customers were impacted in the data leak, OnlyFans announces it will prohibit sexually explicit content from the platform entirely starting in October, and Tesla announces a humanoid robot called the Tesla Bot.

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