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1
A CIA website was out of date about who runs the UK (opensanctions.org)
113 points by pudo today | 39 comments
2
Ireland to launch basic income program for artists (artforum.com)
96 points by rbanffy today | 116 comments
3
A delightful quirk of relativity theory (twitter.com)
90 points by sohkamyung today | 29 comments
4
Chrome Banned “YouTube Rabbit Hole” Extension (google.com)
33 points by sivunq today | 15 comments
5
Scaleway launches Elastic Metal: Bare Metal servers meet the public cloud (scaleway.com)
33 points by demonel13 today | 2 comments
6
I work in Big Tech. A name you would know and have probably used before (googleusercontent.com)
22 points by lettergram today | 17 comments
7
You cannot play Diablo 2 resurrected after 30 days of being offline (twitter.com)
16 points by 2pEXgD0fZ5cF today | 4 comments
8
Guerrilla Mail can lose their domain due to attack on disposable emails (twitter.com)
15 points by dmantis today | 4 comments
9
Mozilla stops accepting cryptocurrency, Wikipedia may be next (techrepublic.com)
11 points by beowulf_0xFADED today | 4 comments
10
Tesla asked law firm to fire attorney who worked on Elon Musk probe at SEC (cnbc.com)
11 points by zeroesandones today | 0 comments
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New campaign aims to stop more encrypted apps (bbc.co.uk)
9 points by Maf1 today | 4 comments
12
Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future (medium.com)
7 points by redarguireda today | 1 comment
13
Where Aliens Could Be Watching Us (nautil.us)
7 points by CapitalistCartr today | 0 comments
14
NFT Group Buys Copy of Dune for €2.66M, Believing It Gives Them Copyright (iflscience.com)
6 points by nixass today | 1 comment
15
The Silent, Vaccinated, Impatient Majority (theatlantic.com)
6 points by CapitalistCartr today | 1 comment
16
ZX Spectrum Next (2nd batch) delayed due to FPGA shortages (kickstarter.com)
6 points by fanick today | 1 comment
17
Tonga could be cut off for weeks amid efforts to repair undersea comms cable (theguardian.com)
6 points by Symbiote today | 0 comments
18
Welcome to the Public Domain, Winnie-the-Pooh (eff.org)
5 points by paulcarroty today | 0 comments
19
Gig Workers Were Promised a Better Deal. Then They Were Outsourced (wired.co.uk)
5 points by privateprofile today | 0 comments
20
Rust support in the Linux Kernel (v3 patches) (lkml.org)
5 points by msopena today | 0 comments
21
How to build a nuclear warning for 10k years’ time (bbc.com)
5 points by tosh today | 0 comments
22
Eyes on Asteroids (nasa.gov)
5 points by miked85 today | 0 comments
23
Israel police uses NSO’s Pegasus to spy on citizens (calcalistech.com)
5 points by idoco today | 0 comments
24
Billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya Tells Podcast “Nobody Cares about the Uyghurs” (twitter.com)
5 points by camjohnson26 today | 0 comments
25
What We Know and Don’t Know about the Cyberattacks Against Ukraine (substack.com)
5 points by doener today | 0 comments
26
Study: Basic income would not reduce people's willingness to work (phys.org)
4 points by aussieguy1234 today | 7 comments
27
Victory: Google Releases “Disable 2g” Feature for New Android Smartphones (eff.org)
4 points by doener today | 0 comments
28
Samsung Introduces Exynos 2200 Processor with Xclipse GPU Powered by AMD RDNA 2 (samsung.com)
4 points by desdiv today | 0 comments
29
Show HN: Edit.photo – a free photo editor – no ads, no cookies, no account (edit.photo)
3 points by rikschennink today | 2 comments
30
Hong Kong will cull thousands of hamsters after Covid cases in a pet shop (nytimes.com)
3 points by sexy_seedbox today | 1 comment

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