A browser extension bug let malicious websites spy on webcams, hackers threaten the global food supply chain, and Michael Fish (not that one...) hacked into his female classmates' online accounts, hunting for nude photos and videos.
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- Michael Fish (the weatherman) — Wikipedia.
- "I wish I wish Michael Fish" by Rachel & Nicki — YouTube.
- "John Kettley (Is A Weatherman)" by The Tribe of Toffs — YouTube.
- Albany Man Sentenced to 111 Months for Stealing Nude Photos of Numerous Victims and Possessing Child Pornography — Department of Justice.
- Hijacking webcams with Screencastify — Almost Secure.
- Cyber security: Global food supply chain at risk from malicious hackers — BBC News.
- 4 Predictions for Food and Agriculture in 2022 — Food Logistics
- Risks of using AI to grow our food are substantial and must not be ignored, warn researchers — University of Cambridge.
- With food prices continuing to climb, UN warns of crippling global shortages — NPR.
- OutHorse Your Email.
- Solitary Bee Nesting Equipment — Mason Bees.
- Limelight — BBC Radio 4.
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