Researchers easily breached voting machines for the 2020 election

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The voting machines that the US will use in the 2020 election are still vulnerable to hacks. A group of ethical hackers tested a bunch of those voting machines and election systems (most of which they bought on eBay). They were able to crack i…

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Instagram’s direct message polls give you private feedback

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Instagram’s polls are good for soliciting feedback (or just stroking your ego), but what if you’d rather not share the results with absolutely all of your followers? You now have that option. Poll stickers are now available for direct messages, mak…

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The Super Bowl Is Boring

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It’s not just social media that is distracting Super Bowl viewers. Data taken from in-game activity has shown increased activity on sports apps such as NFL Mobile and NBC Sports and more website visits to Super Bowl advertisers.

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