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Virgin America computer systems hacked – Washington Post

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Washington Post

Virgin America computer systems hacked
Washington Post
SEATTLE — Alaska Airlines says it is taking precautions including requiring employees to change their passwords after Virgin America’s computer systems were hacked. An Alaska Airlines spokeswoman said Monday that the company noticed unusual activity …
Why You Need Multi-Factor Authentication: Virgin America Hacked Post-MergereSecurity Planet

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Spotify now twice as big as Apple Music – CNET

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CNET

Spotify now twice as big as Apple Music
CNET
“Apple Music who?” – Spotify. Photothek via Getty Images. According to Spotify, it now has over 60 million paying users. Compared to its biggest competition, that’s double Apples Music’s 27 million subscribers. Spotify updated its subscriber
Spotify retains clear lead over Apple Music with 60M paid subscribersAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
Spotify Claims It Has 60 Million Subscribers, Extending Lead Over Apple MusicNDTV
Spotify now owns twice the number of paying subscribers as Apple Music hasPhone Arena
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Discovery dropped $14.6 billion to buy the dying cable TV business model more time – Business Insider

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Discovery dropped $14.6 billion to buy the dying cable TV business model more time
Business Insider
That’s good news for smaller cable networks that could otherwise be on the chopping block. The Discovery-Scripps combo can also look to accelerate the growth of data-driven TV ads and digital. There are many reasons that Discovery Communications is …

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Zuckerberg and Musk are arguing about the dangers of AI – they’re both wrong – The Straits Times

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Zuckerberg and Musk are arguing about the dangers of AI – they’re both wrong
The Straits Times
If Mr Zuckerberg and Mr Musk went to the same primary school, I can practically imagine them firing “Your algorithm is so slow…” insults back and forth on the playground. Instead, as grown-up tech emperors, they barb each other on webcasts and on Twitter.

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