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To fight ‘evil’ ICE, an engineer pulled his code off Github

When engineer Seth Vargo found that a company using his open-source code worked with US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, he pulled the code off Github. The company, enterprise software maker Chef, found that, without the code, its business ground to a halt. Vargo had worked for the Seattle-based company, but he didn’t know about the …

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Asteroid collision led to Ice Age 470 million years ago – and scientists want to recreate it

The idea of an asteroid collision triggering an Ice Age on Earth might sound like the plot of a science-fiction blockbuster, but according to a new study, it was once a reality. Researchers from Lund University have revealed that a collision in the asteroid belt 470 million years ago filled the solar system with dust, …

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Snapshot of Mars’ frozen dunes will make you scream for ice cream

While these Mars dunes might look edible, they are not. ESA/Roscosmos/CaSSIS Mars is a planet of many textures. Images taken by orbiting spacecraft show us the depth and breadth of the red planet’s funky landscapes that evoke thoughts of shag carpets and spiders. So anybody up for some Mars ice cream? The European Space Agency …

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ICE is paying an Israeli security company $30M to break into phones

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has expanded its partnership with Israeli digital forensics firm Cellebrite to unlock and extract data from mobile phones, reports The Daily Beast. According to a federal filing dated June 24, the ICE is expected to pay the company anywhere between $30 and $35 million for an order to …

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Immigrant caregiver facing deportation loses court challenge against ICE

Immigrant caregiver facing deportation loses court challenge against ICE

DETROIT– A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Thursday filed on behalf of an Albanian immigrant who has been in sanctuary inside a Detroit church trying to avoid deportation. Judge Denise Page Hood of the U.S. District Court of Eastern Michigan said the case involved issues that are outside her jurisdiction. In January 2018, Ded Rranxburgaj, …

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