New App ‘VotifyNow’ Aims to Strengthen Election Integrity by Tracking Reported Irregularities

In response to rising concerns over election fraud, especially prevalent during the 2016 presidential and 2018 midterm elections, entrepreneur Johnny Vieira introduced an app named VotifyNow.

Swedish Biometrics Company Joins World Economic Forum Program

The Swedish biometrics company Fingerprint Cards has joined the World Economic Forum's (WEF) New Champions Community.

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Sen. Blackburn Removes Censorship Loophole from Open App Markets Bill: Conservative Win

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) removed a loophole from legislation that would have allowed Apple and Google to keep censoring in the name of “digital safety."

Musk to Build ‘Alternative Phone’ If Apple, Google Ban Twitter from App Stores

There’s been speculation over app stores potentially de-platforming Twitter following new owner Elon Musk’s commitment to free speech. Musk unveiled a simple plan Friday...

Lawsuit Filed Against Massachusetts for Installing COVID ‘Spyware’ on a Million Devices

The state Department of Public Health reportedly worked with Google to install the program.

U.S. Military Bases Sell Chinese Govt-Made Smart Devices With Privacy Policies Stating Data Can Be Sent to China

The United States government is actively selling potential surveillance devices to American military personnel and families on military bases that are directly manufactured by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), The National Pulse can reveal.

Trump’s Truth Social app soars to No. 1 on the Google Play store

After a long wait, the Trump-owned app scores 100,000 plus downloads in first days in Android marketplace. Former President Donald Trump's social media app Truth...

Hacker Convicted Over Largest Data Theft in CIA History

A former CIA software engineer has been convicted on all nine counts in a New York court, with jurors pronouncing him guilty of leaking sensitive data to Wikileaks in what is believed to be the largest breach in the agency’s history to date.

EU Agrees Single Mobile Charging Port in Blow to Apple

Apple (AAPL.O) must change the connector on iPhones sold in Europe by 2024 after EU countries and lawmakers agreed on Tuesday to a single charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras in a world first.

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