Whatever happened to Crackas with Attitude, perfidious Albion College's approach to locking down Coronavirus, and the Bridgefy mesh messaging app falls down when it comes to security.
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- CIA boss has his personal email account hacked… and yes, it’s on AOL — Graham Cluley.
- Two years' detention for UK teenager who 'cyberterrorised' US officials — The Guardian.
- Kane Gamble sentencing remarks (PDF).
- What It’s Like for a Hacker to Get Back Online After a Two-Year Internet Ban — Motherboard.
- Fearing coronavirus, a Michigan college is tracking its students with a flawed app — TechCrunch.
- Bridgefy, the messenger promoted for mass protests, is a privacy disaster — Ars Technica.
- Bridgefy’s Commitment to Privacy and Security.
- Mesh Messaging in Large-scale protests: Breaking Bridgefy — Technical paper by Martin R Albecht, Jorge Blasco, Lenka Marekova, and Rikke Bjerg Jensen of Royal Holloway, University of London.
- How to Watch The Avengers Movies in Order — Digital Trends.
- "Thor: Ragnarok" Official Trailer — YouTube.
- Sounds of the 90s with Fearne Cotton — BBC.
- Super Sapiens: a card game to help change the world — Etsy.
- Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)