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WikiLeaks Released Another Batch of Information on CIA Surveillance Julian Assange’s whistleblowing service revealed the CIA is still able to hack consumer devices, which has already raised many questions for users and tech firms alike. Apparently, Trump Probably Owns Unsecured Android Smartphone The guesses are that the new President of the US owns a 2012 Samsung Galaxy S3 that isn’t even updated anymore, which automatically leaved its owner vulnerable to cyber criminals and nation-state actors No Evidence of Hacking US Election Found, but Vulnerabilities Revealed A recent crowdfunded effort to recount the vote in key states confirmed that there was no evidence of a successful cyberattack to change votes. However, Zuckerberg Denied Idea that Fake News Swayed Voters Facebook founder has rejected the notion that fake news on the social media influenced the outcome of the US election and claimed that voters make decisions based on their lived experience, Biff from Back to the Future was based on Donald Trump Back to the Future writer confirmed that the character of Biff Tannen, the trilogy’s villain, was based on Donald Trump. In the second film, which was celebrated last year as part of Back to the Future day, Biff becomes a successful businessman who owns a huge casino and uses his money to influence No Links Found between Trump and Russian Bank A US cybersecurity firm Mandiant investigated allegations of secret communication with the Trump Organization and found no evidence of contact, email or financial links. Anti-Piracy Groups Asked Candidates for Tougher Copyright Laws Copyright Alliance and CreativeFuture have sent an open letter and Change.org petition calling on both Clinton and Trump to take a tougher approach to copyright legislation. The groups say that protecting Online Drug Dealers Propagate in UK The recent report found out that the United Kingdom is the most popular place for online drug dealers in Europe. According to some All Oscars 2016 Winners Movies Are Available on ExtraTorrent
Leonardo DiCaprio has won his first Oscar, having been nominated six times. Mad Max: Fury Road, nominated for 10 Oscars, has picked up six.
The list of winners at the 2016 Oscars:
God Can Stop Online Piracy
A recent published study (see here
) on religion and digital piracy suggests that God appears to be one of the few who can really change people's attitude towards piracy. The study was published by researches from Australia a few days ago.
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