AP investigation details how Russia hacked the DNC’s emails

AP investigation details how Russia hacked the DNC’s emails

AP investigation details how Russia hacked the DNC’s emails

Today, an extensive Associated Press investigation revealed just how Russian actors hacked into the Hillary Clinton campaign. A single successful phishing email out thirty attempts sent in March 2016 gave the hacking group access to plenty of the Democratic candidate’s secrets, which had severe consequences for her campaign and the party as a whole. As the AP reveals, this wasn’t just a few messages that happened to deceive a lone gullible employee: The hacking campaign attempted to compromise Clinton’s inner circle and over 130 party employees and supporting staff.

Källa: AP investigation details how Russia hacked the DNC’s emails

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

Thousands of people formed queues outside stores in London, Tokyo, Sydney and around the world on Friday as eager buyers tried to get their hands on Apple’s most expensive smartphone to date, the hotly anticipated £999 iPhone X.Bucking the downward trend of recent times, iPhone X has managed to revive the fervour and excitement of the long, overnight queues associated with the launch of a new Apple smartphone, which had all but died with the last few iterations.

Källa: iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

Thousands of people formed queues outside stores in London, Tokyo, Sydney and around the world on Friday as eager buyers tried to get their hands on Apple’s most expensive smartphone to date, the hotly anticipated £999 iPhone X.Bucking the downward trend of recent times, iPhone X has managed to revive the fervour and excitement of the long, overnight queues associated with the launch of a new Apple smartphone, which had all but died with the last few iterations.

Källa: iPhone X: thousands queue as Apple proves it still has the X factor | Technology | The Guardian

U.S. judge deals setback to Waymo damage claim in Uber lawsuit

U.S. judge deals setback to Waymo damage claim in Uber lawsuit

U.S. judge deals setback to Waymo damage claim in Uber lawsuit

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A federal judge in San Francisco made it more difficult for Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Waymo unit to prove it suffered financially from the alleged theft of autonomous car trade secrets by Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], ruling to exclude testimony from Waymo’s damages expert.FILE PHOTO – The Waymo logo is displayed during the company’s unveiling of a self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivan during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., January 8, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PictureWaymo has estimated damages in the case at about $1.9 billion, according to court filings. Uber has denied using any of Waymo’s trade secrets and rejects the financial damages claim.Uber and Waymo, rivals in the development of autonomous car technology, have been fighting in court since earlier this year about whether Uber benefited from trade secrets and other intellectual property allegedly stolen by former Waymo engineer Anthony Levandowski. Trial is set for early December.U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup late on Thursday issued an order excluding Waymo’s damages expert, Michael Wagner, from the case and restricting use of financial evidence at trial and denying other relief, according to a docket entry.

Källa: U.S. judge deals setback to Waymo damage claim in Uber lawsuit

Goodbye, Old Glory

Goodbye, Old Glory

Goodbye, Old Glory

‘Goodbye, Old Glory’ is a vérité-style short documentary capturing the protests surrounding the controversial municipal removal of the Jefferson Davis Confederate monument in New Orleans, Louisiana. Shot entirely at night, this film is equal parts entertaining, thought provoking, and downright disturbing. The film objectively balances on-the-fly interviews from both the Confederate protesters and ANTIFA counter-protestors in order to demonstrate the cataclysmic political divide happening across American society today.

Directed & Produced by Jordan Haro

Edited by James Crouch

Cinematography by Jordan Haro, Paavo Hanninen

Associate Producers: Sarah Ravits, Jacky Lee Morgan

Sound Mix by Korey Pereira @ Soularity Sound

Color: Bruce Goodman

Assistant Editors: Molly Much, Ryan Medeiros

Music Provided by Rose McGowan & Killer Tracks

Special Thanks – Dan Carr, Andrew Shapter, Brandon Kapelow, Everyone Who Gave Notes – You Know Who You Are!

 

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