This Week’s Stories:
— Google turns over 1500 users’ location data to catch Milwaukee arsonist
— Android’s Messenger app offers its users verified SMS messaging conversations with supporting companies
— US Senate Judiciary Committee threatens Apple and Facebook
— Apple’s iOS v13.3 adds support for hardware key dongle authentication in Safari
— Patch Tuesday shuts down a widespread elevation of privilege vulnerability
— Researchers discover prime factor collisions in active RSA certificates
— New Orleans hit by a ransomware attack on Friday the 13th
— Chrome stops displaying "www."
— Google re-enables their Chrome’s new code integrity protection feature
— Plundervolt: software-based fault injection attacks against Intel SGX
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