Europe’s COVID-19 Cases Are Spiking. Here’s How 4 Different Countries Are Trying to Stop A Second Wave

A resurgence in COVID-19 cases has gripped countries across Europe, leaving politicians grappling with how to curb the spread of the virus. Governments are now strengthening regulations around mask-wearing, limiting the number of people that can gather in public spaces, and honing in on areas with particularly high numbers of cases. This week, Europe experienced…

September 23, 2020
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Documented Death from a Ransomware Attack

A Dusseldorf woman died when a ransomware attack against a hospital forced her to be taken to a different hospital in another city.
I think this is the first documented case of a cyberattack causing a fatality. UK hospitals had to redirect patients dur…

September 23, 2020
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Arab Accords: Bahrain Foils Iranian-Backed Terrorist Attacks #LegalInsurrection #trending #SpyGate #RT #GreatAwakening #KAG #FoxAndFriends #Google #news #ccot #America #USA #Trump2020 #breaking #BreakingNews #dailynews #DrainTheSwamp #headlines #MaryPatriotNews [Video]

IRGC-linked terrorists planned to target diplomats and foreign nationals on Bahrain’s soil

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September 23, 2020
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Interview with the Author of the 2000 Love Bug Virus

No real surprises, but we finally have the story.

The story he went on to tell is strikingly straightforward. De Guzman was poor, and internet access was expensive. He felt that getting online was almost akin to a human right (a view that was ahead of its time). Getting access required a password, so his solution was to steal the passwords from those who’d paid for them. Not that de Guzman regarded this as stealing: He argued that the password holder would get no less access as a result of having their password unknowingly “shared.” (Of course, his logic conveniently ignored the fact that the internet access provider would have to serve two people for the price of one.)…

September 22, 2020
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The U.K. Government Has Finally Responded on Gender Recognition for Trans People. LGBT Groups Say It Is ‘Lackluster’

The U.K. government published its long-awaited response to a public debate over the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) Tuesday, prompting mixed reactions from LGBT and trans-inclusive charities. The GRA has been at the center of headlines—and consternation—since a public consultation to potentially broaden the GRA’s mandate opened in England and Wales in 2018. The consultation consisted…

September 22, 2020
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