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Friday, October 23, 2020

Sources: state and federal investigators are expected to file antitrust charges against Facebook as soon as November (Tony Romm/Washington Post)

Facebook says NYU Ad Observatory, which analyzes political ad targeting with data from users with a browser extension, must cease the practice for violating TOS (Jeff Horwitz/Wall Street Journal)

FCC won't punish T-Mobile for its nationwide 12-hour outage on June 15, instead merely issuing a public notice to "remind" carriers of best practices (Jon Brodkin/Ars Technica)

US Treasury imposes sanctions against Russian research institute for its role in developing the Triton malware (Catalin Cimpanu/ZDNet)

Officials say Russian hacking group Energetic Bear breached the system that SFO staff and travelers use to access the airport's Wi-Fi, in an attack in March (Nicole Perlroth/New York Times)

Sources: the Louisiana National Guard was called in to stop cyberattacks aimed at small government offices in recent weeks, after a similar case in Washington (Christopher Bing/Reuters)

Facebook moderators working for CPL in Ireland say they are being forced to go into the office after the contractor categorized them as "essential workers" (Alex Hern/The Guardian)

Arctic Wolf, which provides security experts to act as an extension of a company's internal cybersecurity team, raises $200M Series E at a valuation of $1.3B (Help Net Security)

Political strategists say they are struggling to find enough space on YouTube for ads as campaigns flood the service, with particular shortages in swing states (Mark Bergen/Bloomberg)

RV rental marketplace RVshare raises $100M from private equity firms KKR and Tritium Partners, says its bookings rose 166% YoY (Jonathan Shieber/TechCrunch)

Vietnamese activists and former Facebook officials say the company has repeatedly censored dissent in the country to placate its repressive government (Los Angeles Times)

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