Apple Watch and a man who had fallen.

Here is the story of an Apple Watch and a man who had fallen and could not get back up:

Remember when Linkedin suffered a second data breach in three months and “almost all users” were affected this time. The internet remembers.

Yesterday’s news:
Virtual currency.

Today’s topic:
Virtual real estate.

Yesterday’s news:
SMS verification codes from Google.

Today’s topic:
SMS verification codes from Google with advertisements from your cell phone carrier.

Remember when the company behind the stock trading app Robinhood were slowly baking now that they have been floured with a spicy seasonal “$70 million fine after causing ‘widespread and significant harm’” ?

The internet remembers.

Bad news:
An “evangelical Christian church and charity” in the UK had their data infected with ransomware.

Thank goodness:
“services for the vulnerable people” who depend on them were not impacted.

Good news:
“British right to repair law comes into force”

Hold, please:
It “excludes smartphones and computers”

This may come as shocking news: reportedly big business “companies like Facebook and Uber say they’re supporting small businesses while squashing them.”

If you have ever wanted to see data and graphs that “monitors the Internet in near-realtime to identify macroscopic Internet outages affecting the edge of the network” there is a web page for that:

It’s been 30 years now since people started carrying around and talking into bricks:

If you have been wondering about the cost of the source of the world wide web, the correct answer is $5.4 million.

Microsoft reportedly found “critical firmware vulnerabilities” in some Netgear routers that can be used “as a stepping stone to move laterally within enterprise networks.”

Medial, proximal and distal moves still apparently not impacted.