Bird Flu Impacting Businesses, Paris's Pickpockets, How Hackable Are Airplanes' Navigation Systems?

Even KFC’s seen a drop in sales. The recent outbreak of bird flu in China has affected local businesses from rural poultry farms to Shanghai’s Four Seasons hotel, where chicken has been taken off the menu.

Wednesday’s worker strike at the Louvre, which resulted from museum staff’s frustration with gangs of thieves stealing cash (often from wealthy Chinese and Russian tourists), is part of Paris’s growing problem of pickpocket activity.

In order to keep talented employees from overseas, Silicon Valley’s tech firms are appealing to Congress to simplify the immigration process.

Your call: a security researcher claims to have found serious flaws in airplanes’ navigation systems that make them vulnerable to hackers—an assertion that the FAA disputes.

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