In the spirit of giving.

In the spirit of giving, a Senator from Maine is asking “streaming services to make content free during holidays”

No response yet from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, Hulu and HBO Max.

Let’s see how well this works out for him:

Timing is everything “in a major Russian cyberattack”, just ask “investors in breached software firm SolarWinds who traded $280 million in stock days before hack was revealed”

Wouldn’t you know it, the damage status of the recent hack that “may have exposed deep US secrets” has been updated to “damage yet unknown”

Reports are in that academics in Israel have turned RAM into Wi-Fi cards to steal data from air-gapped systems”

In related news:

“AIR-FI technique” is a thing.

It is that time of the year again, “here’s what happens every minute on the Internet in 2020”

Not included:

The minute it takes to read this:

According to this report “the CEO of one of the largest crypto-focused investment firms” is saying that Ethereum and XRP will “outpace Bitcoin in a massive bull run”

No matter what you think of that software code that you wrote it will never be as BADASS as the open source code that Remington Sexton wrote:

According to this post Artificial Intelligence “just controlled a military plane for the first time ever” and what could possibly go wrong?

Texas and 9 other states are suing Google for “illegally stifling competition in the advertising technology market” because why the heck not.

Sort of news:

“technical glitches plaguing” a new game.

Hold, please:

“cut more than US$1 billion off the wealth of the company’s founders.”

Today’s .nu news includes reports that “a tiny island nation in the Pacific is launching proceedings with internet overseer ICANN to reclaim the .nu top-level domain.”

Bitcoin is trading today at over $20,000.

But wait, there’s more:

“Smaller coins Ethereum and XRP, which often move in tandem with Bitcoin, gained 5.4% and 8.1%”

You may have a boat of sinking feelings after you read about this “software suite intended to let merchant ships’ crews digitally communicate with the world ashore that was riddled with security vulnerabilities”