Why You Shouldn't Use BitTorrent Instead of Tor

Why You Shouldn’t Use BitTorrent Instead of Tor

rafapress/Shutterstock.com You shouldn’t torrent files using Tor because the network can’t handle the pressure. There are also in-game security issues that leave you open to tracking by watchdogs. Using a VPN for torrenting is a better option for several reasons. If you’re looking to get into torrenting, you probably know that you need to use …

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Have any insiders sold SoundHound AI, Inc. (NASDAQ:SOUN) stock recently?

We note that the SoundHound AI, Inc. (NASDAQ:SOUN) Chief Technology Officer Timothy Stonehocker recently sold $73,000 worth of stock at $1.59 per share. However, we note that the sale only reduced their stake by 4.1%. Check out our latest analysis for SoundHound AI SoundHound AI insider trades over the past year Over the past year, …

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Wisconsin leads the United States in investments in economic development and business assistance

Wisconsin leads the United States in investments in economic development and business assistance

Wisconsin is leading the way among U.S. states in economic development and business relief investments in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Evers On Nov. 16, Governor Tony Evers highlighted a recent analysis of federal aid allocations by states under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) by the Washington, D.C.-based Center on Budget and Policy …

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Letter to supermarkets: stop discrimination in digital-only savings

As Americans grapple with record inflation in grocery prices, many are turning to digital coupons to save on their supermarket bills. But these digital-only offers often exclude those hardest hit by the rising cost of food and other household basics, according to consumer advocacy groups. In an open letter to the supermarket industry dated November …

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Gift of Warmth donations needed as heating costs soar in NH, ME

PORTSMOUTH — With inflation hitting hard and high prices for fuel, utilities, housing and food, experts say the winter is going to be tough. For the 17th year, Seacoast Media Group is raising funds from its generous and warm readers through the Gift of Warmth Heating Aid Campaign. In 2022-2023, we are once again partnering …

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‘Extinction is on the table’: Jaron Lanier warns of technology’s existential threat to humanity

JAron Lanier, the eminent American computer scientist, composer and artist, is no stranger to skepticism around social media, but his current interpretations of its effects are getting darker and his warnings more incisive. Lanier, a dreadlocked freethinker credited with coining the term “virtual reality,” has long sounded dire sirens about the dangers of a world …

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Comment: The TSA faces ethical limitations in the use of AI.  But work to improve technology must persist

Comment: The TSA faces ethical limitations in the use of AI. But work to improve technology must persist

Artificial intelligence has become a disruptive force in society. Terms such as machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks have become commonplace in mainstream media, sparking visions of innovation that have the potential to change our lives. At its core, AI attempts to mimic the capabilities of the human brain. Whether it’s computer vision, which …

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Bad News: The Headlines Are Actually Getting More Negative and Angrier

Bad News: The Headlines Are Actually Getting More Negative and Angrier

New research shows that right-wing media tend to be more negative and angry. But the left also peddles fear. A number of commentators have argued in recent years that the media places too much emphasis on negativity in its content. Is it true? Answering this question is not an easy task, as it requires a …

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