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Kaspersky willing to turn over source code to US government — The Hill

Russian cybersecurity expert and the CEO of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky, is willing to turn over computer code to United States authorities to prove that his company’s security products have not been compromised by the Russian government. Find the report by Joe Uchill here.

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Ex-FTX boss Bankman-Fried: ‘I didn’t try to commit fraud’ — BBC

Sam Bankman-Fried, the former boss of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has denied committing fraud, writes Ben Derico and James Clayton.

Hackers take down EU Parliament site in apparent DDoS attack — Techradar.pro

Russian hackers have attacked the website of the European...

Brazilian regulator seizes iPhones from retail stores as Apple fails to comply with charger requirement — 9To5Mac

As first reported by Tecnoblog, Procon-DF has seized “hundreds...

Twitter won’t restart paid verification until ‘significant impersonations’ stop, Elon Musk says — The Verge

Elon Musk told Twitter employees on Monday that the company won’t relaunch its paid verification subscription, writes Alex Heath.