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Red Hat and IBM Jointly File Another Amicus Brief In Google v. Oracle, Arguing APIs Are Not Copyrightable

Monday Red Hat and IBM jointly filed their own amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the “Google vs. Oracle” case, arguing that APIs cannot be copyrighted. “That simple, yet powerful principle has been a cornerstone of technological and economic growth for over sixty years. When published (as has been common industry practice for over three decades) or lawfully ... Read More »

Slate Announces List of The 30 Most Evil Tech Companies

An anonymous reader quotes Slate: Separating out the meaningful threats from the noise is hard. Is Facebook really the danger to democracy it looks like? Is Uber really worse than the system it replaced? Isn’t Amazon’s same-day delivery worth it? Which harms are real and which are hypothetical? Has the techlash gotten it right? And which of these companies is ... Read More »

Microsoft’s New Windows Terminal Preview Offers a Retro CRT Screen Effect

“The release of the Windows Terminal preview v0.8 has arrived!” announces a post on Microsoft’s Command Line blog: Search functionality has been added to the Terminal! The default key binding to invoke the search dropdown is {“command”: “find”, “keys”: [“ctrl+shift+f”]}. Feel free to customize this key binding in your profiles.json if you prefer different key presses! The dropdown allows you ... Read More »

Exploit Fully Breaks SHA-1, Lowers the Attack Bar

ThreatPost reported on some big research last week: A proof-of-concept attack has been pioneered that “fully and practically” breaks the Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (SHA-1) code-signing encryption, used by legacy computers to sign the certificates that authenticate software downloads and prevent man-in-the-middle tampering. The exploit was developed by Gaëtan Leurent and Thomas Peyrin, academic researchers at Inria France and Nanyang ... Read More »