As the 2020 U.S. presidential election inches closer, much of the discourse around misinformation has centered on Facebook and Twitter.
However, there’s one popular platform that’s been missing from the conversation: Wikipedia.
The popular online encyclopedia has become more trusted over the years, yet anyone can edit it. A platform like that should be ripe for misinformation. Yet, the site’s army of volunteer editors have kept the site mostly free from “fake news.” And Wikipedia has already taken some action to maintain the integrity of the site before the election.
Last week, Wikipedia rolled out “extended confirmed protection” on its 2020 United States presidential election page, as first noticed by Wired. This classification blocks any users from making edits to … Read More
Millionaires giving away money isn’t some pipe dream. In fact, it happens all the time. You can in fact get money from strangers. Millionaires and billionaires give away money to individuals, poor people in need of financial help and charities all the time. The other day, my husband and I were having a conversation about… Continue…
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Following the recent announcement of five new anime projects during the livestreamed Netflix Anime Festival 2020 event, the streaming giant has dropped a new teaser for one of the projects it already has in development: Eden, an original series directed by Yasuhiro Irie, set thousands of years in the future on a robot-ruled earth.
The teaser shows two farming robots discovering a pod that contains what may be the only human being left alive — a little girl named Sara Grace, who appears to have been sent there to fulfil a greater purpose.
Eden drops on Netflix in 2021. Read more…
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TL;DR: The Complete InfoSec & Business Continuity Bundle is on sale for £45.22 as of Oct. 27, saving you 99% on list price.
The internet is a scary place. Now that people spend more time online than ever, the world wide web has become even more dangerous. Cybercrime is alarmingly rampant, costing companies billions and compromising the privacy of millions of individuals. It is not surprising that organisations of all sizes are tripping over themselves to hire cybersecurity experts to protect their networks from digital threats.
If you want to take advantage of this demand and explore a career in cybersecurity, the Complete 2020 Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking Bundle offers training in practically every corner of the industry. Boasting 22 courses put toget… Read More
John McAfee is in a Spanish prison awaiting possible extradition to the U.S. on charges of tax evasion, but that hasn’t stopped the one-time cybersecurity expert from pumping some sketchy altcoin.
McAfee, known for his love of bath salts and allegedly being secretly paid to promote questionable cryptocurrencies to his unsuspecting acolytes, has long sung the praises of dubious investments. In a rambling Q&A-style statement tweeted Monday, the 75-year-old made clear that his fundamental nature remains unchanged.
That’s right, even behind bars McAfee is trying to convince the world to invest in some random shitcoin. Read more…
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