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April 25, 2021, 1:40 AM

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Aroon Deep / MediaNama:
Twitter complies with an emergency order from India and hides 50+ tweets, some of which were critical of Modi's handling of COVID-19, from users in the country  —  You're reading it here first: Twitter has complied with government requests to censor 52 tweets that mostly criticised India's handling …
CircleID:
Dan Kaminsky, the celebrated security researcher widely known for his work on discovering crucial DNS security flaws and Sony Rootkit infections, has died at 42  —  The celebrated security researcher, Dan Kaminsky, widely known for his work on discovering crucial DNS security flaws …
Washington Post:
An obscure Florida company began acquiring DoD's IP addresses, now totaling 175M, on Jan. 20; DoD says it is a pilot to prevent unauthorized use of its IP space  —  After decades of not using a huge chunk of the Internet, the Pentagon has given control of millions of computer addresses …
New York Times:
A deep look at the slander industry, and the symbiotic relationship between the sites that host slander and the “reputation management” companies who remove it  —  I wanted to slander someone.  —  My colleague Kashmir Hill and I were trying to learn who is responsible for …
CNN:
Sources familiar with the investigation of SolarWinds breach say hackers from Russia's SVR intelligence agency likely still maintain access to US networks  —  Washington (CNN)The White House's top official on the response to the massive SolarWinds hack says the sweeping measures announced …
CyberNews:
A researcher tricked ransomware operators into revealing their ransom payout structure, cash out schemes, and target acquisition strategies  —  During an undercover interview, a CyberNews researcher tricked ransomware operators affiliated with Ragnar Locker into revealing their ransom payout structure …
Washington Post:
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