Attention married men in Taiwan.

Attention married men in Taiwan: If you try to tell your wife that your PlayStation 5 console is an air purifier she will eventually discover the truth. 

Good news of the day: “Things can only get better for the internet from here” 

Facebook has bought the customer list of Kustomer, “a New York-based software company that helps businesses manage customer conversations”

But wait, there’s more:

“the deal could value privately held Kustomer at more than $1 billion.” 

Don’t look now but apparently “Microsoft’s new “Productivity Score” helps employers spy on workers” 

“Phishing campaigns and government spyware”

Oh, my !

Here are “the latest threats to journalist’s cybersecurity” 

Reports are in that after the markets close on Tuesday the “Salesforce deal to buy Slack” will be announced. 

Today’s VPN security vulnerability news includes Zyxel and “its firewalls and VPN access points” 

Comcast will be sending its customers this upcoming New Year’s Day warm wishes of “higher rates, hidden fees” 

Reports are in that “Italy’s antitrust authority” has fined Apple “10 million euros ($12 million) for “aggressive and misleading” commercial practices regarding its iPhones.”

Let’s see how well that works out for them: 

The folks over at CNN are reporting that “iPhone 12’s Lightning port may be the next thing Apple kills” because reasons. 

Everyone who says “Yes” to learning about “your data and how it is used to gain your vote” check out this post: 

If you have been wondering how much a CEO’s email credentials are worth the correct answer is “according to one hacker, anywhere between $100 and $1,500” 

Here is a non-encrypted look “inside the French government’s mission to develop an encrypted messaging platform” 

Reports are in that “the former head of Zappos who catapulted the shoe company into the big leagues with a sale to Amazon” has passed away.

R.I.P. Tony Hsieh, at the age of 46. 

Bitcoin “reached a new all-time high value on Monday morning” with a price of $19,729. 

According to this report Guggenheim Funds Trust plans to invest 10% of its net asset value in Bitcoin. 

It looks like Bitcoin has surpassed JPMorgan Chase is now second place behind Visa in the list of “largest financial service companies by market cap”

Spoiler alert:

With a market cap of $360.04 billion. 

If you have ever tried to guess “how likely is it that someone could guess your Bitcoin private key” guess what?

Today may be your lucky day: 

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