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“Not The Russians” – British MPs Blame Iran For “Brute Force” Hack

Yet another purported example of Russia-linked hackers infiltrating the email accounts of powerful government officials    has been conclusively debunked. The Guardian is reporting that a June incident where the accounts of dozens of UK ministers of parliament were infiltrated by shadowy hackers has been traced back to Iran. The UK intelligence community’s initial conclusion – […]

Is Blockchain-Driven Bandwidth the New Super Currency?

It may not be talked about as much anymore but bandwidth continues to be a prime commodity that powers the internet. The rise of cloud computing may have created the notion that scaling up capacity is easy whenever an app or service demands more. However, the ability to scale up doesn’t mean that computing resources […]

Tech Vs. Trump: The Great Battle Of Our Time Has Begun

Authored by Niall Ferguson via The Spectator, Social media helped Donald Trump take the White House. Silicon Valley won’t let it happen again… In the 1962 Japanese sci-fi classic King Kong vs Godzilla, the two giant monsters fight to a stalemate atop Mount Fuji. I have been wondering for some time when the two giants […]

“You’ll Love My Dick” – Amazon Suspends Video Chief After Sexual Harrassment Allegations

Amazon has reportedly suspended Roy Price, its point man in Hollywood and the head of its ambitious video program, according to ReCode. According to HollywoodReporter, in the wake of revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged years-long sexual harassment and assault, a producer of one of Amazon Studios’ highest-profile TV shows is ready to talk about her […]

CNN Loses Its Mind – Claims Russia Used ‘Pokémon Go’ To Influence Election Through Liberal Activism

Content originally published at iBankCoin.com This has got to be some sort of mass social experiment to determine how stupid people are. CNN is reporting that Russian propagandists used the popular Pokémon Go game, in which players go on a real-world scavenger hunt to find and “train” Pokémon characters, to stoke racial tension by sending players to areas in which […]

Rose McGowan Accuses Amazon, Jeff Bezos Of Weinstein Rape Coverup

Less than a week after it first hit, the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal fallout has spread across multiple Hollywood circles, and moments ago it appears to have dragged in none other than Amazon CEO, and the world’s 2nd richest man, Jeff Bezos. In a series of tweets on Thursday afternoon, Rose McGowan, one of […]

“Melt Up”

Google searches for “melt up” are melting up… Source: Google Trends h/t @hmeisler

Can lawyers be replaced by smart contracts?

Ignorance of the law excuses no one. Every business has to be aware of and abide by regulations that concern their operations. It’s not only large corporations who should be aware of certain legal liabilities and issues. Ventures exploring innovation may touch on legal gray areas and even small businesses still have to deal with […]

The Dark Web’s Largest Pedophile Site Was Secretly Run By The Police For A Year

A major international police operation to bust child predators involved police sharing child pornography with over a million unsuspecting online subscribers for a year after investigators took control of the dark web's largest child abuse forum. Though hundreds of pedophiles were arrested after the site was shut down, the police sting involved undercover officers sharing […]

Stocks, Bonds Sink As Dec Rate-Hike Odds Hit 80% After Worst Jobs Data In Over 7 Years

The utterly useless data gushed forth by The BLS this morning – affected dramatically in all directions by Irma and Harvey – did not worry the algos who sent Dec rate-hike odds soaring (to 80%) and sparked selling in bonds and stocks. December is a done deal on the back of statistically ridiculous data which […]