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Hardware Warrant Canary, October 1st 2020

1. We have not placed any backdoors into our hardware, and we have not complied with any requests to do so.
2. We have not complied with any National Security Letters or FISA court orders regarding our hardware.
3. We have not been subject to any gag order by a FISA court regarding our hardware.

The next statement will be published on the first day of each quarter
(January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st)

### current news feed removing future-dating of warrant canary
### curl --silent "https://phys.org/rss-feed/" | xmllint --xpath //item//title - | sed "s/<title>//g" | sed "s/<\/title>/\n/g"
Millions of Latinos at risk of job displacement by automation
Solar orbiter's first science data shows the sun at its quietest
The Arctic hasn't been this warm for 3 million years&#x2013;and that foreshadows big changes for the rest of the planet
Stellar explosion in Earth's proximity
Pandemic provides unique opportunity for atmospheric chemists
Problems with reproduction in birds
Scientists synthesise a material capable of degrading nerve agents in water
Ocean warming and acidification effects on calcareous phytoplankton communities
Ceramics uncovered in 3000-year-old trading network
Biodiversity: where the world is making progress&#x2013;and where it's not
Researchers gain new insights on river dynamics
'Street' ERTs are more useful in predicting companies' future tax outcomes, study finds
Colloidal quantum dot light emitters go broadband in the infrared
Zebrafish embryos help prove what happens to nanoparticles in the blood
Shedding light on how urban grime affects chemical reactions in cities
NASA imagery reveals Kujira transitioning into an extratropical cyclone
Coral's resilience to warming may depend on iron
New research on how fungal cells respond to stress
Simulation model may reduce the climate footprint of oil production
Q&amp;A: Landscape ecologist says California wildfires aren't a random situation
Scientists capture candid snapshots of electrons harvesting light at the atomic scale
Using mobile technology to predict invasive species transmission
Someday, even wet forests could burn due to climate change
Blueprint to more productive cattle herds
New detector breakthrough pushes boundaries of quantum computing
Greenland is on track to lose ice faster than in any century over 12,000 years: study
Researchers use amino acids to grow high-performance copper thin films
Gene expression altered by direction of forces acting on cell
Rodent ancestors combined portions of blood and venom genes to make pheromones
Friend-to-friend texting may be the most effective voter mobilization tactic during 2020 election