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RENDERING ARTIST TURNS TESLA'S CYBERTRUCK INTO ELECTRIC MILITARY VEHICLE

Tesla | May 06, 2020

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The military is developing a plan to use EVs for remote missions and even cited Tesla as an example that larger EVs are viable. Tesla claims that an optional solar cell system on the top of the electric pickup truck is going to generate about 15 miles worth...

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COFENSE LAUNCHES FREE RESOURCE CENTER AND SEARCHABLE DATABASE HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST PHISHING ATTACKS THAT BYPASS EMAIL SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES

Cofense | June 09, 2020

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Cofense®, the global leader in intelligent phishing defense solutions, today launched a comprehensive resource center and easy-to-use Real Phishing Threats searchable database to help organizations see the phishing threats that slip past their secure email gateways (SEG). In a world where hackers and threat actors constantly innovate and use tried-and-true tactics to stay one step ahead of detection, a multi-layered approach to email security is essential. In 2019, the Cofense Phishing Defen...

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YOUTUBE DEMANDS CLEARVIEW AI TO STOP SCRAPPING ITS VIDEOS

SiliconANGLE | February 06, 2020

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Google and its sprawling YouTube empire urged Clearview to cease slurping any more images from its videos and web pages. Twitter sent a cease-and-desist letter to Clearview last month, addressing the same issue.

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  • NHTSA LAUNCHES PROBE INTO TESLA TOUCHSCREEN FAILURES

    Tesla | June 24, 2020

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    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation into allegations of failing touchscreens on Tesla’s older Model S vehicles. The federal agency launched the probe after receiving 11 complaints from Tesla owners over a 13-month period alleging failures of the touchscreen in 2013 through 2015 Model S vehicles. The problem, which stems from a problematic flash memory device, renders the touchscreen black, including the loss of the rear c...

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    Tesla | May 06, 2020

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    RENDERING ARTIST TURNS TESLA'S CYBERTRUCK INTO ELECTRIC MILITARY VEHICLE

    The military is developing a plan to use EVs for remote missions and even cited Tesla as an example that larger EVs are viable. Tesla claims that an optional solar cell system on the top of the electric pickup truck is going to generate about 15 miles worth...

    Read More

    Cofense | June 09, 2020

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    COFENSE LAUNCHES FREE RESOURCE CENTER AND SEARCHABLE DATABASE HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST PHISHING ATTACKS THAT BYPASS EMAIL SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES

    Cofense®, the global leader in intelligent phishing defense solutions, today launched a comprehensive resource center and easy-to-use Real Phishing Threats searchable database to help organizations see the phishing threats that slip past their secure email gateways (SEG). In a world where hackers and threat actors constantly innovate and use tried-and-true tactics to stay one step ahead of detection, a multi-layered approach to email security is essential. In 2019, the Cofense Phishing Defen...

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    SiliconANGLE | February 06, 2020

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    YOUTUBE DEMANDS CLEARVIEW AI TO STOP SCRAPPING ITS VIDEOS

    Google and its sprawling YouTube empire urged Clearview to cease slurping any more images from its videos and web pages. Twitter sent a cease-and-desist letter to Clearview last month, addressing the same issue.

  • Read More
  • Tesla | June 24, 2020

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    NHTSA LAUNCHES PROBE INTO TESLA TOUCHSCREEN FAILURES

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation into allegations of failing touchscreens on Tesla’s older Model S vehicles. The federal agency launched the probe after receiving 11 complaints from Tesla owners over a 13-month period alleging failures of the touchscreen in 2013 through 2015 Model S vehicles. The problem, which stems from a problematic flash memory device, renders the touchscreen black, including the loss of the rear c...

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