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Snake hunter bags 14ft python in mass cull
It came at the start of a programme to cut the number of Burmese pythons in Florida's Everglades.
[BBC News Americas]

FinTech Breakthrough Announces Winners of Inaugural Awards Program
FinTech Breakthrough, an independent organization dedicated to helping the best financial services and technology products and companies “Break Through” the crowded FinTech industry, today announced the winners of the inaugural FinTech Breakthrough Awards program. - - The FinTech Breakthrough (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

FinTech Breakthrough Announces Winners of Inaugural Awards Program
FinTech Breakthrough, an independent organization dedicated to helping the best financial services and technology products and companies “Break Through” the crowded FinTech industry, today announced the winners of the inaugural FinTech Breakthrough Awards program. - - The FinTech Breakthrough (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Teenage hacker jailed for masterminding attacks on Sony and Microsoft
Adam Mudd jailed for two years for creating attack-for-hire business responsible for more than 1.7m breaches worldwide A man has been jailed for two years for setting up a computer hacking business that caused chaos worldwide. Adam Mudd was 16 when he created the Titanium Stresser program, (...)
[The Guardian]

Uber's secret Hell program violated drivers' privacy, class-action suit claims
Uber allegedly used program to track and identify Lyft drivers, building up profiles of individuals and figuring out who was driving for Uber and Lyft Uber faced yet another challenge on Monday when a former Lyft driver filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that a secret program created by the (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook shows teens that coding is cool
Facebook's TechPrep program brought teens from public schools to F8 see what coding for a living really looks look. (It involves ice cream and VR)
[CNN Money]

Google runs workshops to help UK teenagers tackle hate speech
Launch of programme to counter online hate and fake news comes after criticism that search giant does not do enough Google has responded to a barrage of criticism that it must do more to tackle online hate by launching a series of workshops for teenagers on how to tackle hate speech and fake (...)
[The Guardian]

Whale of a time
Killer whale Takara was already pregnant when the end of the breeding programme was announced.
[BBC News Americas]

'Benign' worm seeks out vulnerable smart devices
The program is vying with other malicious worms trying to take over gadgets to use them in attacks
[BBC]

'Benign' worm seeks out vulnerable smart devices
The program is vying with other malicious worms trying to take over gadgets to use them in attacks
[BBC News]

Apple promises to stop mining for rare-earth materials
Apple has one of the most aggressive sustainability and recycling programs in tech, but it still pulls plenty of metals and toxic rare-earth materials out of the ground to make iPhones, iPads, Macbooks and other products. That's about to change. The company is set to announce a new, (...)
[OSNews]

Scrum par la pratique
En génie logiciel, beaucoup de méthodes dites agiles snt apparues ces dernières années : Scrum, Lean, eXtreme Programming, etc. Prenant le contre-pied des méthodes traditionnelles prédictives, elles permettent d'éviter une définition trop précoce et figée des besoins grâce à leur souplesse et leur (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

eSports to be a medal event at 2022 Asian Games
OCA says eSports will be added to official programme at Hangzhou 2022eSports to first be added as demonstration sport at next year’s Asian Games eSports will be an official medal sport at the 2022 Asian Games in China, in the boldest step yet toward mainstream recognition of competitive gaming. (...)
[The Guardian]

AI programs exhibit racial and gender biases, research reveals
Machine learning algorithms are picking up deeply ingrained race and gender prejudices concealed within the patterns of language use, scientists say An artificial intelligence tool that has revolutionised the ability of computers to interpret everyday language has been shown to exhibit striking (...)
[The Guardian]

Uber allegedly used secret program to undermine rival Lyft
Program – dubbed ‘Hell’ – was reportedly run between 2014 and early 2016 in order to deprive cab competitor of drivers A secret Uber program internally dubbed “Hell” allegedly spied on arch-rival Lyft to determine which drivers were working double shifts for both companies, letting the cab-hire app (...)
[The Guardian]

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