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This is Episode No. 88 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I curate 3-5 hours of reading in infosec, technology, and humans into a 15 to 30 minute summary.
This week’s topics: Amazon Macie, APT28, Cuba sonic attacks, Palantir and police, DNA malware, confusing self-driving cars, ideas, discovery, aphorism, and more…
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