Mensa - the social club for people with high IQs - is accused of not being so smart about security, an Indian TV journalist gets an unbelievable job offer from Harvard, and we take a look at what's being going on with GameStop short selling.
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- Two British Mensa directors quit over cyber security concerns — Financial Times.
- Mensa Website Hacked After Britain’s Smartest Folk Failed To Secure Passwords — Forbes.
- Poor password security at the British branch of Mensa? — Graham Cluley.
- I Am Nidhi Razdan, Not A Harvard Professor, But... — NDTV.
- GameStop stock price — MarketWatch.
- GameStop: What is it and why is it trending? — BBC News.
- An uprising against Wall Street? Hardly. GameStop was about the absurdity of the stock market — The Guardian.
- GameStop short squeeze fuels new stock-market services tracking Reddit messages — MarketWatch.
- The Basics of Shorting Stock — The Balance.
- The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty — BBC iPlayer.
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