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Hacker Who Stole $600M in Cryptocurrency Offered Job and Reward From the Company He Stole From
A week after a hacker perpetrated what many are calling the largest cryptocurrency heist in history, the hacker — who stole roughly $610 million worth of cryptocurrency — has been offered both a job and...
Global Semiconductor Supply Shortage, Nissan Shuts Down Operations at US Plant
Japanese carmaker Nissan is temporarily suspending operations at its assembly plant in Tennessee. The decision was made due to a shortage of semiconductors triggered by the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia. Nissan’s other...
Facebook founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg wears virtual reality devices at the Axel Springer Award in Berlin on February 25, 2016. A report by the Centre for Information Resilience uncovered a network of Chinese Communist Party bots posing as human users on Twitter to spread CCP narratives. The botnet utilized artificial generated profile images that look like people and brigaded posts with each other.
Is Social Media Fake? Twitter Plagued by Artificial Intelligence Posing as Humans Pushing Communist China’s Propaganda: Report
The Big Tech cartel’s social media keystones, Twitter and Facebook, made their claim to fame as the mainstream avenue in which citizens, governments, and businesses alike communicate with each other, broadcast warnings and instructions, and...
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)’s mission to send EOS-03 satellite into space has ended in failure.
Indian Space Agency Tastes Failure After 16 Successful Space Launches
On August 12, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced its mission to launch an Earth-observation satellite had ended in failure. This breaks the agency’s record of 16 straight successful space launches and is its...
Huawei Accused of Installing ‘Backdoor’, Stealing Trade Secrets During Massive Project Undertaken for Pakistan
Business Efficiency Solutions LLC (BES), a California based software company, is suing Huawei in a Californian court for allegedly stealing trade secrets, spying and installing a ‘backdoor’ following their work on a project for the...
Scientists have discovered a way to develop a substance that is harder than diamonds with valuable electrical properties and durability.
Scientists Synthesize Superhard Glassy Material Rivaling Diamonds
Scientists from China, Russia, Germany, Sweden, and the U.S. have developed a synthetic carbon substance known as amorphous material (AM) that conducts electricity and is reportedly hard as diamond. The strong, glassy substance has “outstanding”...
British Government May Block China From Owning British Nuclear Power Plants
Recent news reports have revealed that British government ministers are considering various financing options regarding the Sizewell-C Nuclear Power Plant project in Suffolk to counteract the progressive ownership of vital British infrastructure by Chinese government-run...
A public interest litigation has been filed against Tencent.
Tencent Faces Public Interest Litigation as Tech Companies Continue to Face Pressure in China
A procuratorate in Beijing has filed public interest litigation against Chinese tech giant Tencent, accusing the company’s popular WeChat messaging app of violating minor protection laws. Procuratorate refers to the office of a public procurator,...
Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address at the Apple 2012 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Moscone West on June 11, 2012 in San Francisco, California. Apple announced it will now surveil all iOS 15 and iPadOS15 devices for”child sexual abuse material” using a cryptographic database of hashes and AI.
Apple Announces Plan to Surveil Devices for Child Porn Photos in iOS 15
Big Tech cartel crown jewel Apple announced plans to automatically surveil all devices for known child pornography images in the upcoming iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 upgrades. The scheme will implement a cryptographic hashing method...