Apple is considering giving third-party app stores access to its iPhones and iPads in the European Union (EU) to comply with new competition law. Will the “sideloading” of apps change Apple’s walled garden of security?
A group of four graduate students from Wuhan University in China have developed a coat that they claim is invisible to AI-powered security cameras. How does the coat work and will this technology be used by the Chinese government to improve mass surveillance?
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