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Nevada Lawmaker Seeks Precautionary Ban on Human Microchips

Nevada Lawmaker Seeks Precautionary Ban on Human Microchips

| By Alison Noon | Feb 16
Computer chips that store personal information and could be used to pinpoint someone's location could not be implanted in humans without consent under a bill Nevada state lawmakers weighed on Monday.

Swedish Supermarkets Test Lasers to Label Organic Produce

Swedish Supermarkets Test Lasers to Label Organic Produce

| By James Brooks | Feb 16
Something high-tech is happening in the produce aisle at some Swedish supermarkets, where laser marks have replaced labels on the organic avocados and sweet potatoes.

Fake News 101: The New Civics Course in U.S. Schools?

Fake News 101: The New Civics Course in U.S. Schools?

| By Carolyn Thompson | Feb 15
Teachers from elementary school through college are telling students how to distinguish between factual and fictional news - and why they should care that there's a difference.

UK Offers Teens Cybersecurity Classes to Fight Attacks

UK Offers Teens Cybersecurity Classes to Fight Attacks

| Feb 15
Britain plans to give afterschool cybersecurity training to thousands of teenagers in a bid to protect the country from online attacks.

Disney Ends Deal With YouTube Star Over Anti-Semitic Stunt

Disney Ends Deal With YouTube Star Over Anti-Semitic Stunt

| By Mae Anderson | Feb 14
Disney's Maker Studios and Google's YouTube are distancing themselves from a top YouTube star after he made jokes construed as anti-Semitic and posted Nazi imagery in his videos.

Up, Up and Away: Passenger-Carrying Drone to Fly in Dubai

Up, Up and Away: Passenger-Carrying Drone to Fly in Dubai

| Feb 14
Up, up and away: Dubai hopes to have a passenger-carrying drone regularly buzzing through the skyline of this futuristic city-state in July.

From Protests to 'Pussy Hats,' Trump Resistance Brews Online

From Protests to 'Pussy Hats,' Trump Resistance Brews Online

| By Barbara Ortutay | Feb 14
The revolution may not be televised - but it apparently will be tweeted. And Facebooked. And Instagrammed.

Russian Hackers Get Burned in Deal with Russia's Spy Agency

Russian Hackers Get Burned in Deal with Russia's Spy Agency

| By Vitniza Saldava and Vladimir Isachenkov | Feb 13
For several years a group of Russian hackers have been posting letters and documents stolen from senior Russian officials with impunity. And then the nation's spy agency tracked them down and offered them a deal.

Sentencing of Hacker in $55M Scam is a Rare Win for Feds

Sentencing of Hacker in $55M Scam is a Rare Win for Feds

| By Tom hays and Jake Pearson | Feb 13
A prolific Russian-speaking hacker behind cyberattacks that netted an estimated $55 million is facing sentencing by a U.S. judge on a conviction considered an unusual win for law enforcement officials.

How Google Chromebooks Conquered Schools

How Google Chromebooks Conquered Schools

| By Anick Jesdanun | Feb 12
Chromebooks have defied expectations and made major inroads in an unexpected environment - U.S. schools.

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