Jack Teixeira, an Air National Guardsman


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21-year-old Airman Jack Teixeira was indicted yesterday on charges of mishandling defense secrets, and could potentially face a 60-year prison sentence. Looking to impress his friends, what crime is he accused of committing?

Beyoncé performing in Stockholm

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A major Scandinavian bank said Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour, which kicked off in Stockholm last month, had this surprising effect on Sweden’s economy due to skyrocketing demand from fans.

The chief economist at the largest bank in Denmark said that Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour caused two-thirds of the country’s hospitality sector price increases. Many fans traveled to Sweden from other countries as tickets were cheaper and because the Swedish kronor is weak.

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The European Parliament approved draft regulation for artificial intelligence, dubbed the “A.I. Act”. In an effort to improve ownership transparency, which of the following is a proposed rule for developers of major A.I. systems, like ChatGPT?

Under the proposed rules, developers would need to publish summaries of the copyrighted data, which could give the creators of that data means to receive profits from the AI-generated content. The draft rules also ban real-time biometric surveillance in public spaces, scraping the internet to create facial recognition databases, and predictive policing systems.

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In another sign of a post-pandemic exodus, the largest mall in this city—which already faces a 30 percent office vacancy rate due to the rise of remote work—has decided to walk away from its lease.

The owner of the Westfield Mall, the largest mall in San Francisco, has decided to withdraw from its lease and $558 million outstanding mortgage. The mall had already been struggling with an occupancy rate of only 55% and sales that dropped over 30%. Many other businesses, such as Park Hotels, Gap, and Marshall’s have also recently closed San Francisco locations.

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A group of music publishers is suing this tech company—which recently brought on a new CEO—for copyright infringement. It is the only major social media platform without licensing agreements with artists.

The $250 million lawsuit is led by the National Music Publishers’ Association, which represents songwriters as big as Taylor Swift and the Rolling Stones. Twitter has recently been expanding its product from only short-form text to other media, like extended video. Twitter’s new CEO Linda Yaccarino began last week.