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State of Live Streaming in 2019: Fortnite player Tfue was the most popular with 87M viewership hours, League of Legends retook the top title from Fortnite, more (Adam Yosilewitz/Legendary Live Streaming)

Adam Yosilewitz / Legendary Live Streaming: State of Live Streaming in 2019: Fortnite player Tfue was the most popular with 87M viewership hours, League of Legends retook the top title from Fortnite, more  —  It´s the holiday season, so our gift to you is our State of the Stream report created in partnership with Arsenal.gg.

Sources: building on tactics deployed during 2018 midterms, US Cyber Command is exploring additional strategies to counter Russian 2020 election interference (Ellen Nakashima/Washington Post)

Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post: Sources: building on tactics deployed during 2018 midterms, US Cyber Command is exploring additional strategies to counter Russian 2020 election interference  —  Military cyber officials are developing information warfare tactics that could be deployed against senior Russian officials …

Hedera Hashgraph, which has raised $100M+ in 2018 ICO, asks investors to wait longer for purchased tokens, to help stabilize their cratering price (Paddy Baker/CoinDesk)

Paddy Baker / CoinDesk: Hedera Hashgraph, which has raised $100M+ in 2018 ICO, asks investors to wait longer for purchased tokens, to help stabilize their cratering price  —  Hedera Hashgraph, the company behind the blockchain-like Hedera network, is asking investors to wait longer for tokens they paid for, in order to stabilize their cratering price.

How AI is assisting teachers in the classroom by taking over repetitive tasks like grading and optimizing coursework, helping students with exam prep, and more (Craig S. Smith/New York Times)

Craig S. Smith / New York Times: How AI is assisting teachers in the classroom by taking over repetitive tasks like grading and optimizing coursework, helping students with exam prep, and more  —  Artificial intelligence is starting to take over repetitive tasks in classrooms, like grading, and is optimizing coursework …

Educators and school administrators love digital devices that studies show mostly have a negative impact on learning, harming lower performing students the most (Natalie Wexler/MIT Technology Review)

Natalie Wexler / MIT Technology Review: Educators and school administrators love digital devices that studies show mostly have a negative impact on learning, harming lower performing students the most  —  Educators love digital devices, but there´s little evidence they help children—especially those who most need help.

Twitter blocks animated PNGs, saying a bug had allowed them, and that they did not respect autoplay settings so could be used to harm people sensitive to motion (Igor Bonifacic/Engadget)

Igor Bonifacic / Engadget: Twitter blocks animated PNGs, saying a bug had allowed them, and that they did not respect autoplay settings so could be used to harm people sensitive to motion  —  Twitter will no longer animate PNG files after trolls hijacked the Epilepsy Foundation´s handle and hashtags last month …
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