"ProtonMail logged IP address of French activist after order by Swiss authorities"
Bicycle thieves have met their match.
This will make all smartphones much better value https://trib.al/1qzs6bc
Amid the developments which have sprouted in the wake of Texas's near-total abortion ban becoming law this month, Portland City Council will vote this week over whether to cut business with the state. https://www.kens5.com/article/news/politics/portland-threatens-to-cut-business-with-texas-abortion-bill-politics/273-1c8a6217-1f55-440f-a5f4-60c863c47c14
Ransomware attacks are evolving — here’s how to protect yourself https://tnw.to/DwB7z
TSMC raising prices, iPhone pricing may get hit through 'iPhone 14' https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/09/06/tsmc-raising-prices-iphone-pricing-may-get-hit-through-iphone-14?utm_source=&utm_medium=&utm_campaign=RSS
🔍 Those that know their local McDonald’s chains by their infamously fussy ice cream machines will be pleased that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sent a letter to franchisees requesting an answer to why these machines are always broken. https://www.businessinsider.com/ftc-investigating-why-mcdonalds-mcflurry-machines-rarely-work-wsj-2021-9
And the winner of @TMobile@twitter.com’s #HometownTechover contest is… Woodstock, Illinois! 🎉 Our commitment to helping small towns across rural America thrive has never been stronger. We couldn’t be more thrilled about the impact this $3M investment will have on this incredible community!
I’m incredibly proud of my @TMobile@twitter.com teams for everything they do day in and day out. Team, whether you’re serving customers or serving those who serve customers - THANK YOU! You represent the very best of our Company! #LaborDay
To those working on Labor Day and keeping our communities running, this call's for you ♥️
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Apple is finally listening to the outcry against its scanning program. Now it needs to take the next step, and abandon plans to weaken privacy and security on iPhones and other products https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2021/09/delays-arent-good-enough-apple-must-abandon-its-surveillance-plans