A deal between a healthcare trust and Google’s DeepMind project to be much smarter about diagnosis and prevention could have been a good thing – so what went wrong?
GDPR: who needs to hire a data protection officer?
The clock is ticking to GDPR – here’s our guide to the role of a data protection officer and whether you need to hire one
News in brief: China tightens Great Firewall; student charged over DDoS attacks; health data posted online
Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news
Now Any Florida Resident Can Challenge What Is Taught In Public Florida Schools
New submitter zantafio shares a report from Orlando Sentinel: Any resident in Florida can now challenge what kids learn in public schools, thanks to a new law that science education advocates worry will make it harder to teach evolution and…
Court Blocks EPA Effort To Suspend Obama-Era Methane Rule
Michael Biesecker reports via PBS: A federal appeals court in Washington ruled Monday that the head of the Environmental Protection Agency overstepped his authority in trying to delay implementation of a new rule requiring oil and gas companies to monitor…
Men Are Affected By the Biological Clock As Well, Researchers Find
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: A new study reveals that a couple’s chances of having a baby fall with the man’s age, to the point that it can have a substantial impact on their ability to…
Researchers Build American Eels an 'Eelevator'
randomErr writes: Bad pun aside, Cornell researchers have built a solution to help migrating eels bypass dams on their journey upstream. They call their solution the “eelevator.” “Dams are one of the main impediments to the recovery of American eels,”…
Forced Arbitration Isn't 'Forced' Because No One Has To Buy Service, Says AT&T
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: AT&T is denying that its contracts include “forced arbitration” clauses, even though customers must agree to the clauses in order to obtain Internet or TV service. “At the outset, no AT&T…
Classic Ether Wallet Compromised via Social Engineering
Developers of Classic Ether Wallet said an attacker managed to hijack the domain for the wallet via social engineering late Thursday evening.
Researchers Find BlackEnergy APT Links in ExPetr Code
Researchers have found links between the BlackEnergy APT group and threat actors behind the ExPetr malware used in last month’s global attacks.