[SecurityWeek] Facebook Trumpets Massive New Supercomputer

Facebook’s parent company Meta announced on Monday it was launching one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers to boost its capacity to process data, despite persistent disputes over privacy and disinformation.

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[ZDNet] These ransomware attackers sent their ransom note to the victim’s printer

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[TheRecord] Report: China’s network security spending set to double in first half of 2021

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[SecurityWeek] Vade Secure Ordered to Pay $14 Million to Proofpoint in IP Theft Lawsuit

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