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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Hosted by Rachel Humphreys, Nosheen Iqbal and Michael Safi, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday
 
Fantasy Football fans, this is the podcast for you. Marcas Grant provides detailed fantasy football analysis combining in-depth stats and film study to help you win your league and earn bragging rights over your friends, coworkers or family. A mix of humor and pop-culture references keep the show fresh and light, & will expose you to new movies, music, books and more!
 
Download This Show is your weekly guide to the world of media, culture, and technology. From social media to gadgets, streaming services to privacy issues. Each week Marc Fennell and a team of people far smarter than him (his words, not ours) take a fun deep dive into how technology is reshaping our lives.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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Cozy Bear’s active command-and-control servers are found, and people conclude that Moscow’s not too worried about American retaliation after all. Spyware found in an app for companies doing business in China. What to make (and not make) of the Iranian documents Sky News received. Phishing with Crimean bait. HTML smuggling may be enjoying a moderate…
 
Little Rock, 1957 This week on CounterSpin: You’ve almost certainly seen the documentary photographs; they’re emblematic: African Americans trying to walk to school or sit at a drugstore soda fountain, while white people yell and spit and scream at them. Should no one see those pictures or learn those stories—because some of them have skin the same…
 
Spyware vendor NSO Group reportedly suspended several government clients as it investigates misuse, Amazon is fined for GDPR violations, and the SEC is pausing Chinese IPOs as it works on new guidance around China’s big tech crackdown. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special than…
 
'Washington Post' reporter Craig Timberg explains how military-grade spyware licensed to governments and police departments has infiltrated the iPhones of journalists, activists and others. "It takes a story like this to help people understand how deeply enmeshed these tiny little computers have gotten into our lives," Timberg says. "I still carry …
 
In this episode of "Occupied Thoughts," FMEP's Peter Beinart interviews Yousef Munayyer and Dahlia Scheindlin about the Israeli intelligence firm NSO Group, which leases military-grade surveillance tools to authoritarian regimes around the world. A new investigation revealed a list of more than 50,000 phone numbers that had been targeted by NSO's s…
 
Israel’s Defense Minister Benny Gantz has said the country is taking allegations around Pegasus spyware, sold by Israeli firm NSO, “seriously” after discussing the scandal with his French counterpart Florence Parly. Gantz met Parly on Wednesday during a brief visit to France. Ahead of the talks, a French government spokesperson said Parly would “se…
 
The REvil Decryption Key is Obtained, Windows & Linux are Vulnerable to Privilege Escalation Attacks, and the Pegasus Project Reveals Phone Spyware Targeting! All that coming up now on ThreatWire. #threatwire #hak5 Links: Weekly security and privacy news, brought to you by Shannon Morse. ThreatWire is a weekly news journalism show covering security…
 
Host Simon Spungin is joined by senior intelligence analyst Yossi Melman, opinions editor Esther Solomon, and tech and cyber editor Omer Benjakob. We discuss the fallout from the Pegasus Project and ask: What limitations does and should Israel place on the export of these technologies? Did Benjamin Netanyahu act as a travelling salesman for the NSO…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Shashi Tharoor MP, one of India’s most renowned authors and a heavyweight of the Indian National Congress. He discusses the Pegasus spyware leaks that show 40 journalists, Indian National Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, and two serving union ministers were on a list of potential targets, and the serio…
 
Pegasus spyware and NSO Group are back in the news because of a data leak of 50,000 phone numbers, another “hacker” was arrested for the great Twitter hack of 2020, and how a 16-year-old printer vulnerability is affecting millions of HP, Samsung, and Xerox printers. ** Links mentioned on the show ** New Leak Reveals Abuse of Pegasus Spyware to Targ…
 
The Bharatvaarta Weekly is our reaction to the news headlines of the week that was. If you liked this episode, then don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and share this content. You can stay updated with everything at Bharatvaarta by following us on social media: we're @bharatvaarta on Twitter, facebook.com/bharatvaarta.in on Facebook, and @bhar…
 
In an attempt to boost inoculation rates, Hong Kong has announced that workers in key sectors will have to either get vaccinated or regularly pay for Covid tests on their own. The chief executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, unveiled the decision to require civil servants, as well as workers in the education, care-home, and healthcare systems, to get …
 
Authorities in China have said that the death toll from the devastating floods in Henan province has reached 302, most of whom died in the provincial capital Zhengzhou where a subway line was earlier flooded. On Monday, officials told a media briefing that the death toll from July’s flood was now three times the figure of 99 that was reported the w…
 
The United Arab Emirates government has announced it will start administering Covid-19 vaccines made by Chinese firm Sinopharm to children aged 3-17 after a trial of 900 minors. On Monday, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) said on Twitter that the country would start vaccinating children aged 3-17 with the Sino…
 
Coronavirus-related restrictions have been tightened in major Australian cities, with a lockdown extended in Brisbane and military personnel dispatched to patrol the streets of Sydney amid the fight against the Delta variant. The lockdown in Brisbane, Australia’s third-largest city, was due to end on Tuesday but will now continue until late on Sund…
 
Police have started removing around 200 climate activists who staged a protest at the entrance to banks Credit Suisse and UBS in Zurich demanding the financial institutions stop financing fossil fuel projects. On Monday morning, police were deployed to the Paradeplatz square in the Swiss financial hub of Zurich as Credit Suisse and UBS bankers foun…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Prof. Peter Smith of Scotland’s Climate Change Centre of Expertise. He discusses the agenda of this year’s COP 26 climate change summit, the meteoric rise in carbon emissions and the urgent need to reach an emissions peak before drastic reductions, the need for urgent action this decade on the clima…
 
Within the global economy, winners and losers can be split into two specific groups: the Have Nots and the Have Yachts. For the yachties… They get the wind of cheap money printing constantly filling their sails, which allows them to speculate, juice asset prices and end up with yet more yachts. However, the have-nots have to sit marooned and becalm…
 
Why rebooting your smartphone is good security hygiene, the FBI reveals top targeted vulnerabilities in the last two years, and details on how a nation state used a “flirty” aerobics instructor to steal data from defense contractors. ** Links mentioned on the show ** Turn off, turn on: Simple step can thwart top phone hackers https://apnews.com/art…
 
First, Indian Express’ Tora Agarwala, talks about the ongoing border tensions between Assam and Mizoram, how it has affected the lives of those living in the region, and its latest developments. Next, Indian Express’ Abhishek Angad, talks about the death of the Additional Sessions Judge of Dhanbad Uttam Anand, and why it had led the police to insti…
 
Pfizer has reportedly raised the price of its Covid vaccine dose by a quarter, with Moderna also ramping up the price in its latest deal with the European Union. The two are making tens of billions of dollars in pandemic profits. According to the Financial Times, which has seen contracts between the two pharmaceutical companies and the EU, Pfizer's…
 
Dr. Nicole Ackermans looks into the science behind Arm’s new PlasticARM processor, which implements an existing microcontroller design into plastic. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. Big thanks to Dan…
 
It is “highly likely” that Iran was behind the deadly drone attack on the Israeli-operated tanker MV Mercer Street off the coast of Oman, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said, threatening Tehran with a “concerted response.” “We believe this attack was deliberate, targeted, and a clear violation of international law by Iran,” said a statement, releas…
 
The Cambodian prime minister has announced that his country is rolling out a third-dose booster scheme, using either a Chinese shot or a British jab. Frontline workers will be the first to receive the follow-up injection. Cambodians who have previously been injected with the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine will receive a dose of that produced by Oxfor…
 
The Bharatvaarta Weekly is our reaction to the news headlines of the week that was. If you liked this episode, then don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and share this content. You can stay updated with everything at Bharatvaarta by following us on social media: we're @bharatvaarta on Twitter, facebook.com/bharatvaarta.in on Facebook, and @bhar…
 
A labor union has voted to approve a strike at Escondida, the world’s largest copper mine, located in the Atacama Desert, Chile, where the miners are demanding better work conditions and benefits during the pandemic. The mine’s Union No 1 said that 2,164 of its members, or 99,5% of those who had voted, had chosen to reject a final contract offer, a…
 
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has claimed there is “proof” that Iran is behind the deadly ship attack off the coast of Oman, adding that the incident is a “reminder of Iranian aggression.” The incident on Thursday, which was widely publicized on Friday after two crew members were confirmed dead, has previously been described by officials …
 
YouTube has suspended one of the largest media companies in Australia, local Sky News, from posting on its platform for allegedly breaching Covid-19 misinformation policies. It has also reportedly had some of its videos removed. The one-week suspension was issued following a review of Sky News Australia’s “old videos,” the channel announced on Sund…
 
A French hospital union boss has said a health pass will not be enough to curb another wave of Covid-19, and urged the government to make vaccination compulsory for everyone. “We no longer have the luxury of taking half-measures,” Frederic Valletoux, the head of the Hospital Federation of France (FHF) and the mayor of Fontainebleau, told Le Journal…
 
Historian and Curator at the International Spy Museum. Dr. Andrew Hammond, shares how he came to share the history of espionage and intelligence as a career. Starting out in the Royal Air Force when 9/11 happened, Andrew found himself trying to understand what was going on in the world. Studying history and international relations gave him some per…
 
President Biden's Cyber Executive Order includes provision for a software bill of materials in government contracts. It's a critical and necessary first measure for protecting the software supply chain. To defend against cyber attacks like the ones that affected SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline, organizations also need transparency about the way th…
 
With the US’ decision to pull out its troops first from Afghanistan and now, from Iraq, the era of 9/11 has abruptly come to an end. Terrorism is no longer listed among the top threats to the United States, although it claims more lives around the world than it did 20 years ago. So, what have the past two decades meant for the people on the frontli…
 
On the show this week Chris Hedges talks to investigative journalist Nick Bryant about the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.The British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, held at New York’s Metropolitan Detention Center and denied bail, will be tried this fall on sex-trafficking charges for allegedly recruiting and grooming teenage girls to engage in sex acts …
 
The airport in Kandahar, Afghanistan’s second-largest city, has come under rocket attack, forcing the cancelation of all flights, as the Taliban seeks to recapture its former stronghold. At least three rockets were launched towards Ahmad Shah Baba International Airport on Sunday, with two of the projectiles hitting the runway, airport chief Massoud…
 
Israel is preparing to get rid of some 80,000 Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine doses after their shelf life expired. Previously, the Jewish state had salvaged some 700,000 nearly expired doses by sending them to South Korea in a swap deal. Even though its campaign to inoculate elderly Israelis with a booster shot has only just been launched, Tel Aviv is rep…
 
While Olympic athletes have been breaking sporting records at the arenas in Tokyo, the Japanese capital has set a grim milestone of its own, reporting a record 4,058 coronavirus cases on Saturday. It’s the first time that daily infections in the country's largest city surpassed the 4,000 mark since the start of the pandemic, which so far has record…
 
Intel will build Qualcomm chips, Sony sells 10 million PlayStation 5s, and NSO Group reportedly suspends spyware clients to investigate misuse. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. Big thanks to Dan Lued…
 
A senior German official in Bavaria has shrugged off criticism from fellow politicians who are accusing him of supporting the country’s anti-vaccination movement. Hubert Aiwanger, Bavaria’s economy minister and deputy minister-president, pushed back against criticism of his stance on immunization. I believe that vaccination is an important componen…
 
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