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The Global Frequency

19 May 2019 | Curated by Matt Devost

How unknown staffers changed the technology face of war. (Read More)

Google is tracking zero days that are being used in the wild. (Read More)

AI has replicated famous podcaster Joe Rogan's voice.  I couldn't tell it was fake.  (Read More)

Deep fakes are coming and we are not ready.  In 18-24 months, the human brain may be incapable of deciphering the fake. (Read More)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Dunford calls out tech companies that refuse to work with the Pentagon, but openly work with foreign regimes like China. (Read More)

Critical vulnerabilities in Cisco devices, WhatsApp, and now Intel processors dating back to 2011. (Read More)

Even two-factor authentication wasn't safe this week. (Read More)

Why I (still) love tech.  A great essay. (Read More)

I've worked a few of these virtual kidnapping cases.  Just a different take on PII compromise being used in an attack vector. (Read More)

This is going to get interesting.  The White House has released a reporting tool to collect data on technology platform bias against conservative voices. (Read More)

Fact or Fiction:
I've been following the trials and tribulations of Josh Harris for almost two decades.  Josh broke new ground in several Internet domains and it was never quite clear as to whether his antics (for example live-streaming a co-living warehouse years before MTV's Real World) were one grand publicity stunt, he was trying to push the boundaries of technology, or was batshit crazy.  If you want to look at an important, but not widely known history of the Internet, you'll really enjoy "Totally Wired: The Rise and Fall of Josh Harris and The Great Dotcom Swindle" by Andrew Smith.  (Amazon Link)

Quote of the Week:
“It is pardonable to be defeated, but never to be surprised.” – Frederick the Great

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