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Recent cyberattacks on U.S. water systems, including an incident involving an Iran-linked hacker group targeting a water authority in western Pennsylvania, have heightened federal focus on the cybersecurity vulnerabilities of water utilities.

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European Union reclassifies some gig workers as employees

Following extensive negotiations spanning two years, the European Council and Parliament have arrived at a tentative agreement to reclassify numerous gig economy workers as employees.

Intel gains momentum with AI-enabled processors

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