Here is a Cotten-picking in-depth report on “a death in Cryptoland” and the collapse “of QuadrigaCX, Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange”
Today’s Israel Apostle malware news includes “disk-wiping malware that’s disguising itself as ransomware”
You may be beside yourself after reading about “Florida’s ban on bans” and how it “will test First Amendment rights of social media companies”.
Believe it or not, “these VPN “review” websites are actually owned by VPNs”:
Reports are in that a court in Russia has fined Google $81,810 “over a failure to delete content that Moscow deems illegal.”
Google has not yet confirmed if they have enough funds available to pay the fine.
Now hear this in true audiophile quality:
Audio maker Bose has disclosed a “data breach after ransomware attack”.
According to this report “Google now lets you password-protect the page that shows all your searches”
In related news:
Google has a page that shows all of your searches.
Reports are in that say “Huawei plans to launch new operating system for phones in June” because why the heck not:
Sort of news:
Chicago has a “predictive policing program” algorithm.
It “told a man he would be involved with a shooting.”
But wait, there’s more:
“it couldn’t determine which side of the gun he would be on.”
The price of Bitcoin “jumped about 4% Monday afternoon after Tesla CEO Elon Musk” announced that he spoke to someone about something.
According to this report “the blockbuster trial between Apple and the maker of ‘Fortnite’ goes out with a ‘hot tub’ session”.
Pass the popcorn.
Here is a report that says “China will likely ban all bitcoin mining soon”
You can bet your booty that a developer is saying “Apple’s moves point to a future with no bootable backups”
In a Woz U hachoo move a company is suing Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak for $1 million “for allegedly stealing the idea for a tech school bearing his name.”
Let’s see how well that works out for them.
McDonalds if offering job applicants a free iPhone because reasons with conditions.