Russia launched cyberattacks and disinformation campaigns on U.K., study says

Russian cyberattackers “intruded” into the U.K.’s critical national infrastructure and represent an “immediate and urgent threat” to national security, according to intelligence agencies and experts quoted in a report released by British lawmakers Tuesday. The report from the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, which was delayed for nine months and has been heavily redacted, […]

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New study shows advantages of ellipsys system in creating reliable dialysis access

A new study shows significant benefits of the Ellipsys Vascular Access System in easily and safely creating durable vascular access for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients who require hemodialysis. It also offers a standardized process for using the minimally invasive technology that other physicians can follow to reproduce the results, which “will make it easier […]

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Coinbase says it halted more than $280,000 in bitcoin transactions during Twitter hack

The cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase said that it stopped around 1,100 customers from sending bitcoin to hackers who gained access to high-profile Twitter accounts last week. Last Wednesday, over 100 Twitter accounts, some belonging to major companies like Apple and high-profile people like Vice President Joe Biden and Bill Gates, were hacked as part of a […]

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Hispanic activist upset about conquistador monuments’ removal pushes to end Chicano studies

A New Mexico Hispanic leader upset about the removal of Spanish conquistador monuments is pushing for New Mexico to end its support for Chicano and Native American Studies. In a letter to University of New Mexico President Garnett Stokes, New Mexico League of United Latin American Citizens executive director Ralph Arellanes wrote that the state’s […]

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