“It’s the screams of the damned!” in today’s Frank Sinatra Artificial Intelligence news, here is a look at “the eerie AI world of deepfake music”
But wait, there’s more:
Turkey has gone further than a fine, and are ordering “Google to change its online ad strategy”
Let’s see how well this works out for them:
Pluto declassified as a planet.
“Pluto TV likely suffered a security breach affecting 3.2 million accounts”
Today’s ‘it’s a feature, not a bug’ brings us Apple’s response to “why apps were slow to launch” on macOS:
Ransomware: screams of the damned!
Today’s ransomware news includes gamers’ personal information, Video-game-maker Capcom, its financial information being stolen, and “up to 350,000 people could be affected”
The folks at the Oxford Internet Institute would like you to know that “gaming might not be as bad as you think”
Here is a report that says “the managing director of America’s Citibank has tipped Bitcoin to trade at around $318,000 by the end of 2021.”
Apparently Grayscale Investments has just “bought another 15,114 Bitcoin” worth close to $241 million.
“this will bring the total number of Bitcoin they own to 506,000 which, accounts for approximately $8.1 billion”
Blackouts “in the defacto state of Abkhazia” has led to political parties there calling “for authorities to take strict measures in order to curb the illegal Bitcoin mining activity”
Data Breach: screams of the damned!
More data breach news, this time including an insurance company and “a hack of nearly 28 million Texas driver’s licenses.”
Good news from Slovenia where “Bitcoin mining marketplace Nicehash will make the final reimbursement to its clients on 16 December”
“three years after its clients had their cryptocurrency stolen in a hack”
Attention people living in the US that are thinking of their retirement:
Here is a “Bitcoin IRA guide” on “how to add cryptocurrencies to your IRA”
The folks at HP would like you to know that the “print-free-for-life deal” that they promised you is now “pay-per-month to continue using your printer ink” deal;
Here is news that “a visa and passport processing company in California, announced earlier this month that it would accept Bitcoin as a payment method”
International travel restrictions because Covid.
Here is a review of “a counterfeit $100 iPhone X”
Todays Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice news includes reports are in that GitHub has reinstated “a command-line program that helps users download multimedia content from YouTube and several other sites.”
It’s More Common than You Think.
Ransomware and the screams of the damned.
It’s more common than you think. Here is news that “25 Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) portals are currently renting ransomware to other criminal groups”