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Senator Mark Warner seeks industry-led security standards for IoT devices

Senator Mark Warner seeks industry-led security standards for IoT devices

In wake of the recent distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner has sought industry-led security standards for IoT devices, before some form of government regulation takes place.

Sen. Warner, a Democrat from Va., announced recently that he would favor an industry-based approach before seeking some kind of government regulation of IoT security.

Study reveals most popular foods on Twitter

Study reveals most popular foods on Twitter

A team of researchers at the University of Utah looked at nearly 80 million geotagged tweets and found that coffee was the most tweeted consumable and Starbucks was the most tweeted fast-food restaurant in the United States.

Human-caused climate change boosts wildfires in Western U.S.

Human-caused climate change boosts wildfires in Western U.S.

It is proven fact that wildfires in the western half of the U.S. have been erupting more frequently, charring larger swathes of land for the last 30 years. Now, a new study into the issue has suggested that human-caused climate change is to be blamed for the issue.

The new study, titled the "Impact of anthropogenic climate change on wildfire across western U.S. forests," revealed that wildfires increased nine-folds in terms of annual area burned between 1984 and 2015.

U.S. Dairy Farmers Dump Excessive Milk to deal with lower prices

U.S. Dairy Farmers Dump Excessive Milk to deal with lower prices

Dairy farmers in the United States have dumped excessive milk as the strong production has led to increase in stockpiles of cheese and other milk products. The excessive supply has also led to decline in prices, which has forced farmers to discard more than 43 million gallons of milk during the current year, as per Wall Street Journal report.

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