British Court Rejects U.S. Request to Extradite WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange

A British court has rejected the U.S. government’s request to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the country on charges pertaining to illegally obtaining and sharing classified material related to national security. In a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today, Judge Vanessa Baraitser denied the extradition on the grounds that Assange is a suicide risk…

2021 Trends in E-Commerce and Industry 4.0

This post is part of G2’s 2021 digital trends series. Read more about G2’s perspective on digital transformation trends in an introduction from Michael Fauscette, G2’s chief research officer and Tom Pringle, VP, market research, and additional coverage on trends identified by G2’s analysts.

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British Court Rejects U.S. Request to Extradite WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange

A British court has rejected the U.S. government’s request to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the country on charges pertaining to illegally obtaining and sharing classified material related to national security. In a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today, Judge Vanessa Baraitser denied the extradition on the grounds that Assange is a suicide risk…

2021 Trends in Fintech

This post is part of G2’s 2021 digital trends series. Read more about G2’s perspective on digital transformation trends in an introduction from Michael Fauscette, G2’s chief research officer and Tom Pringle, VP, market research, and additional coverage on trends identified by G2’s analysts.

FBI: Hackers are using your smart-home devices to call the cops on you

Dangerous pranksters are tapping into home security cameras and similar smart-home devices to watch the results of “swatting” attacks, the FBI warned in a public service announcement last week. “The offenders use stolen email passwords to log into the smart device and hijack features, including the live-stream camera and device speakers,” the FBI announcement said. …