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  1. A picturesque cliffside village in Spain has cut itself off from the outside world to protect its 1,400 residents from the coronavirus. View the full article
  2. While the White House is expected to recommend wearing face masks in public, Dr. Craig Spencer said on Friday that it would be “smart” because of the widespread asymptomatic transmission of the coronavirus. View the full article
  3. Officers showed support for the dismissed commanding officer. View the full article
  4. Do we really think Congress is up to impeaching a president, and up to enacting emergency disaster legislation but needs a 9/11 Commission-style panel to investigate whether President Trump and his subordinates bungled COVID-19? View the full article
  5. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff on Friday publicly proposed the establishment of a bipartisan commission, with subpoena power, to investigate the response to the coronavirus pandemic by the Trump administration and other levels of government. View the full article
  6. Facebook representatives approached controversial surveillance vendor NSO Group to try and buy a tool that could help Facebook better monitor a subset of its users, according to an extraordinary court filing from NSO in an ongoing lawsuit. From a report: Facebook is currently suing NSO for how the hacking firm leveraged a vulnerability in WhatsApp to help governments hack users. NSO sells a product called Pegasus, which allows operators to remotely infect cell phones and lift data from them. According to a declaration from NSO CEO Shalev Hulio, two Facebook representatives approached NSO in October 2017 and asked to purchase the right to use certain capabilities of Pegasus. At the time, Facebook was in the early stages of deploying a VPN product called Onavo Protect, which, unbeknownst to some users, analyzed the web traffic of users who downloaded it to see what other apps they were using. According to the court documents, it seems the Facebook representatives were not interested in buying parts of Pegasus as a hacking tool to remotely break into phones, but more as a way to more effectively monitor phones of users who had already installed Onavo. Read more of this story at Slashdot. View the full article
  7. Facebook representatives approached controversial surveillance vendor NSO Group to try and buy a tool that could help Facebook better monitor a subset of its users, according to an extraordinary court filing from NSO in an ongoing lawsuit. From a report: Facebook is currently suing NSO for how the hacking firm leveraged a vulnerability in WhatsApp to help governments hack users. NSO sells a product called Pegasus, which allows operators to remotely infect cell phones and lift data from them. According to a declaration from NSO CEO Shalev Hulio, two Facebook representatives approached NSO in October 2017 and asked to purchase the right to use certain capabilities of Pegasus. At the time, Facebook was in the early stages of deploying a VPN product called Onavo Protect, which, unbeknownst to some users, analyzed the web traffic of users who downloaded it to see what other apps they were using. According to the court documents, it seems the Facebook representatives were not interested in buying parts of Pegasus as a hacking tool to remotely break into phones, but more as a way to more effectively monitor phones of users who had already installed Onavo. Read more of this story at Slashdot. View the full article
  8. Jessica Alba revealed that her Honest Company brand has been donating supplies to help parents struggling with children as the coronavirus pandemic continues to put people out of work and forces them to self-isolate. View the full article
  9. Wisconsin is attempting to do what no other state is doing – hold a major primary amid the coronavirus pandemic that’s forced most Americans to huddle in their homes to prevent the spread of the virus. View the full article
  10. Republicans are hitting back at what they say is a “partisan” move by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to form a new House committee on the administration's response to the coronavirus crisis -- arguing that there are already numerous additional oversight measures in the $2 trillion stimulus bill passed by Congress last week. View the full article
  11. The United Kingdom has opened its first emergency coronavirus-treatment hospital after a hasty nine days of construction that Prince Charles hailed as proving how “the impossible could be made possible.” View the full article
  12. When the current season of Fortnite debuted, one of the most curious elements was the appearance of Deadpool. The Marvel anti-hero was present in various elements of the game — you could find him hidden away in a bathroom in the main battle pass menu — but you couldn’t actually play as him. That changes today, however, with the debut of a new Deadpool skin. The skin is available to everyone who purchased this season’s battle pass, and it’s pretty easy to unlock; all you have to do is find two pistols hidden in the menu screens. Once you do that, simply head into a match and change into the Deadpool skin at any of the phone booths littered across the island. #PS4sharehttps://t.co/aykAUCrT9F pic.twitter.com/0EaNAKrw5V — andrew webster... Continue reading… View the full article
  13. Queen Elizabeth II is set to address the devastating coronavirus pandemic in a rare televised broadcast this Sunday, Buckingham Palace confirmed to Fox News. View the full article
  14. Scientists can’t say for certain why the current pandemic is discriminating by sex, but it likely comes down to biology, lifestyle, and behavior. View the full article
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