FBI Takes Down Site With 12 Billion Stolen Records

FBI Takes Down Site With 12 Billion Stolen Records

Storm clouds are gathering in the world of cybersecurity. Russian hackers likely targeted Burisma, the Ukrainian oil company at the center of President Donald Trump’s various Biden conspiracies. If so, you can bet good money that they’ll selectively leak politically damaging documents ahead of the 2020 election. The Department of Justice is pressuring Apple to……

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CN says it will shut down significant parts of its rail network unless blockades come down

CN says it will shut down significant parts of its rail network unless blockades come down

Canadian National Railway Co. said on Tuesday it would be forced to shut down parts of its rail network unless rail line blockades in protest against a natural gas pipeline in British Columbia are removed.Blockades by anti-pipeline protesters near Ontario have forced passenger trains and goods transportation to be disrupted for the fifth straight day.……

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Australia fires: Murdoch’s son criticises News Corp coverage

Australia fires: Murdoch’s son criticises News Corp coverage

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption James Murdoch (at right) sits on the News Corp board but his brother Lachlan (left) has a bigger role in the family business Rupert Murdoch’s son James has said he is “disappointed” with the ongoing “denial” in his father’s news outlets as Australia’s wildfires burn.James and his wife Kathryn……

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Majority of Canadians don’t want Huawei involved in 5G build-out: survey

Majority of Canadians don’t want Huawei involved in 5G build-out: survey

As the federal government moves closer to a decision on whether Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei should help build out Canada’s 5G mobile networks, a new poll from the Angus Reid institute suggests that a majority of Canadians do not want the technology giant to be involved in the 5G rollout. Approximately 56 per cent of Canadians……

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An AI Epidemiologist Sent the First Warnings of the Wuhan Virus

An AI Epidemiologist Sent the First Warnings of the Wuhan Virus

On January 9, the World Health Organization notified the public of a flu-like outbreak in China: a cluster of pneumonia cases had been reported in Wuhan, possibly from vendors’ exposure to live animals at the Huanan Seafood Market. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had gotten the word out a few days earlier,……

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Why Mexico drew the line on including aluminum in tougher auto rules under new NAFTA

Why Mexico drew the line on including aluminum in tougher auto rules under new NAFTA

Mexico refused to include aluminum in tighter auto requirements under the new North American trade agreement because it “could not compete” with Canada and the United States in supplying the metal, according to the country’s ambassador.A last minute “melt and pour” provision for steel used in auto production has emerged as one of the final……

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If you’re feeling nervous about the coronavirus, you’re not alone

If you’re feeling nervous about the coronavirus, you’re not alone

Your risk of catching the new coronavirus is probably low if you haven’t recently been to Wuhan, China (where the virus originated) or been in contact with people who were there recently. But you might still be anxious about the spread of the virus. That’s perfectly normal, says Jane Timmons-Mitchell, associate professor in the department……

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Why CIBC’s Benjamin Tal expects the Bank of Canada to cut interest rates this year

Why CIBC’s Benjamin Tal expects the Bank of Canada to cut interest rates this year

CIBC’s chief economist says economic growth in 2020 will be nothing to write home about February 11, 202011:22 AM EST Economic growth in 2020 will be nothing to write home about, CIBC Deputy Chief Economist Benjamin Tal says. He speaks to the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about why trade is no longer dominating the agenda,……

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