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Virginia halts use of voting machines considered vulnerable to hacking

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Virginia on Friday agreed to stop using paperless touchscreen voting machines that had been flagged by cyber security experts as potentially vulnerable to hackers and lacking sufficient vote auditing capabilities.

Bitcoin ETF idea still a little funky, experts say

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Demand for exchange-traded funds that would provide exposure to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin is strong, but regulators will likely wait until the underlying market matures more before approving such products, a panel of securities industry experts said on Friday.

Best Buy stops sale of Russia-based Kaspersky products

(Reuters) - Best Buy Co, the No.1 U.S. electronics retailer, is pulling Kaspersky Lab's cyber security products from its shelves and website, amid concerns that the Moscow-based firm may be vulnerable to Russian government influence.

Apple lawsuits against Qualcomm can proceed, U.S. judge rules

(Reuters) - Apple Inc's 11 foreign lawsuits against Qualcomm Inc can proceed while the company's dispute plays out in the United States, a U.S. federal judge in San Diego ruled Sept. 7.

Two-thirds of American adults get news from social media: survey

(Reuters) - About two-thirds of American adults are getting "at least some of their news on social media" with two-in-ten doing so often, according to a Pew Research Center survey this week.

Yahoo must face litigation by data breach victims: U.S. judge

(Reuters) - A U.S. judge said Yahoo must face nationwide litigation brought on behalf of well over 1 billion users who said their personal information was compromised in three massive data breaches.

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