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Lawsuit accuses Floridas Palm Beach County hospital network of sharing patients private data with Facebook parent company MikeRivero

The Palm Beach Health Network has become the latest health provider accused of illegally sharing identities and private health information of its patients with the social media company Meta, owner of Facebook.

A lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in West Palm Beach says the health network’s websites share code with Meta that enables patients to be targeted with advertising on Facebook based on “highly sensitive personal information” they share.

BREAKING VIDEO: AI Takes Control of US Gas Pumps MikeRivero

Infowars founder Alex Jones has just released a firsthand account of a gas station telling users there is now a “fueling limit” on what can be withdrawn for their car, all for the sake of “carbon rules.”

“I read about this two years ago in a BlackRock ESG,” said Jones Monday at a gas pump in Austin, Texas. “I just pulled in here to get gas.”

Jones then pointed the camera at the pump monitor that said “Fueling Limit = $74.00”.

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The West and the US are preparing to move all microchip production out of Taiwan before China begins its invasion of the island.

ASML and Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC) have ways to disable the world's most sophisticated microchip manufacturing machines in case China invades Taiwan, according to sources cited by Bloomberg on condition of anonymity.

The microchips manufactured are used in the field of artificial intelligence and for military purposes.

Arc browsers Windows launch targeted by Google ads malvertising malterwitty

A new Google Ads malvertising campaign, coinciding with the launch of the Arc web browser for Windows, was tricking people into downloading trojanized installers that infect them with malware payloads.

TP-Link fixes critical RCE bug in popular C5400X gaming router malterwitty

The TP-Link Archer C5400X gaming router is vulnerable to security flaws that could enable an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute commands on the device.

The TP-Link Archer C5400X is a high-end tri-band gaming router designed to provide robust performance and advanced features for gaming and other demanding applications, and based on the number of user reviews the product has on online stores, it appears to be a popular choice among gamers.

As many of you have wondered, did no one at Redmond take a look at the Windows Recall feature – which was unveiled during the Arm PC launch with Qualcomm – and say: "Er, this might just backfire?"

Imagine a brand new and nearly completely untested technology, capable of crashing at any moment under the slightest provocation without explanation – or even the ability to diagnose the problem. No self-respecting IT department would have anything to do with it, keeping it isolated from any core systems.

They might be convinced into setting up a "sandbox" for a few staffers who wanted to have a play, poised to throw the kill switch the moment things took a turn.

A Swiss biocomputing startup has launched an online platform that provides remote access to 16 human brain organoids. FinalSpark claims its Neuroplatform is the world’s first online platform delivering access to biological neurons in vitro. Moreover, bioprocessors like this “consume a million times less power than traditional digital processors,” the company says.

The Internet Archive has come under a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, according to the archive, which says the data has not been affected, but reported that most services were unavailable as of May 27th (Memorial Day in the United States), then later reported that its services were back up and running.