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Thursday September 16, 2021. 05:41 PM
I have enjoyed every incarnation of Charlie Addams' The Addams Family. The first animated film gave me the opportunity to introduce my daughter to television shows, movies, and Cousin It. While I enjoy these animated adventures, they do not compare to the television and...
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Zhao Wei was the Reese Witherspoon of China, then she was censored by the Communist Party amid a clampdown of the country's entertainment industry. WSJ: She directed award-winning films, sold millions of records as a pop singer and built a large following on social media,...
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Republicans are upset by MSNBC host Joy Reid's description of them as a 'creepy little COVID-loving death cult.' She also told them, 'You want it pumping through your veins with an ivermectin chaser.' Reid made the remarks during the beginning of her show, The Reid Out,...
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You tell 'em, 4 New Square chambers The London law firm which secured a court injunction forbidding ransomware criminals from publishing data stolen from them has now gone a step further – by securing a default judgment from the High Court.…
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The first ever Rust for Linux conference, known as Kangrejos, got underway on September 13. Organizer Miguel Ojeda used the opening session to give an overview of why there is interest in using Rust in the kernel, where the challenges are, and what the current status is. The...
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) voted 3-2 Wednesday that a decade-old rule on health data breaches applies to apps that handle sensitive health information, warning these companies to comply. From a report: The new policy statement agreed to by the FTC was intended to...
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In 1999, Jim Carrey was filming Man on the Moon, about eccentric comedian Andy Kaufman. He invited his pal Norm Macdonald (RIP) for lunch on the Universal Studios backlot where the iconic Psycho house seen in Hitchcock's classic film still stands. — Read the rest
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OPINION: This week Amazon announced it would be bringing a completely new user interface to its excellent range of Kindle e-readers. This is great news, especially as the software update looks like it’ll clean up the slightly unintuitive interface that’s been on the Kindle,...
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It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life... for Dorries Comment Nadine Dorries is the latest government minister charged with steering the data protection law through the choppy straits between the UK's desire to unleash 'data's power across the economy and society...
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Tossing back a few with friends is tough enough as you get older. But if you're trying to lead a health-conscious lifestyle while still enjoying an alcoholic beverage or two…well, that can be a narrow tightrope to walk. The reality is that as you age, less & less alcohol...
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For PC enthusiasts, the global chip shortages aren’t fresh news. Trying to get components for DIY builds or a even good pre-built PC at a decent price has been a wild ride since spring 2020, and laptops fly off store shelves as quickly as they arrive. But continuing to...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: In January, Google's parent company, Alphabet, shut down Project Loon, an initiative exploring using stratospheric helium balloons to distribute wireless internet (an attempt to use solar-powered drones folded in 2017). However, some...
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The iPhone 13 family of phones has finally launched, with Apple lifting the lid on the line of flagships at its September 2021 digital livestream event. And while there are plenty of things to get excited about, the iPhone 13 still has a few missing features we would like to ...
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The skills and tools for collecting, verifying and correlating information from different types of systems is an essential skill when tracking down hackers. This book explores Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT) inside out from multiple perspectives, including those...
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Since the start of the pandemic, the way business is conducted has changed permanently, with many workforces continuing to work remotely as restrictions have eased. As companies relax and rules have eased, life is expected to return to a form of 'new normal.' But, the issues ...
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Thanks to a recent installation of The Atlantic's ongoing series about conspiracy thinking in America, I just learned that the Internet is dead. And that everyone on the Internet — including, presumably, myself — is in fact a highly advanced artificial intelligence, and...
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Interested in poking away at machine-learning models? This academic study could be a good start Makeup carefully applied to the forehead, cheeks, and nose may help you evade facial recognition systems, judging from these computer scientists' experimental work.…
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Virginia Guiffre, a survivor of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking ring, says she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew and has sued him for damages. Prince Andrew has avoided being served with the lawsuit, however, a fact his lawyers were happy to establish...
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Quite a few songs apparently do not trust the listener to dance of their own volition. My favorite is probably the Time Warp. For folks who want something with a little less flair, there is Kylie's Locomotion. I don't know what you've been told but The 69 Boyz gave us...
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Data security company Varonis has released research based on an analysis of four billion files across 50 organisations in the manufacturing industry and finds that there’s a huge problem of overexposure of data in the sector. Every employee can access, on average, six...
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