State-sponsored hackers from China have been targeting U.S. critical infrastructure, cybersecurity officials from around the world, including Canada, warned Wednesday in a co-ordinated effort to root out the perpetrators.
“Civil rights and privacy advocates have been sounding the alarm about fusion centres for years,” said Farhang Heydari, executive director of the Policing Project, in a statement. “But TITAN is one of the worst offenders.”
Despite ambitious commitments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, a new report from the non-profit ClimateVoice reveals that 12 of the U.S.’s largest pro-climate companies are obstructing efforts to pass the Build Back Better Act.
Giving companies like Microsoft, which is the biggest tech partner to the fossil fuel industry, a principal partner position at COP26, is more than just a bad message, say the authors, it gives them space that should be reserved for non-polluters.
Members of Parliament have completed their first-ever virtual vote in the House of Commons, a historic occasion marked by numerous technical glitches, lengthy delays and cameo appearances by some of their kids and even a family dog.