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Hardware Warrant Canary, July 1st 2021

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" | sed "/^$/d"
The world's thinnest technology—only two atoms thick
Spaghetti, windowsill, and LEGO: On-the-fly composites modeling
Outer Banks wild horses thwart spread of destructive invasive plant by eating it
Helping baby toads is their labor of love
New beetle species found pristinely preserved in fossilized dropping of dinosaur ancestor
During epic migrations, great snipes fly at surprising heights by day and lower by night
Deforestation threatens one of the world's largest eagles
Researchers document quantum melting of Wigner Crystals
Researchers look to human 'social sensors' to better predict elections and other trends
A future ocean too warm for corals might have half as many fish species
Coin toss influences outcome of penalty shootouts
How green mining could pave the way to net zero and a sustainable future
Hoard of Roman coins turns out to be offering for safe crossing
Rattlesnakes may like climate change
Employment alone isn't enough to solve homelessness, study suggests
Search for heavy bosons sets new limits
How occupational skills influence migration
Over 100 fire scientists urge the US West: Skip the fireworks this record-dry Fourth of July
To make agriculture more climate-friendly, carbon farming needs clear rules
Reprogrammable satellite shipped to launch site
Ancient carved snake found in Finland
Survey measures whites', Blacks' views on American identity, guns, political violence
Ever wondered who'd win in a fight between a scorpion and tarantula? A venom scientist explains
New enzyme breaks down waste for less expensive biofuels, bioproducts
'They just kept on rising': data reveals alarming greenhouse gas increase
Why efforts by Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana to help cocoa farmers haven't worked
Environmental actions are motivated by personal experiences
Fossil offers fresh insights into social habits of our non-mammalian ancestors
Flood relocation programs more disruptive to those who don't live in white or affluent neighborhoods
Why an invasive caterpillar is munching its way through tree leaves, in the largest outbreak in decades