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Jul 16 20:49

Is Area 51 just a distraction?

Pay no attention to that hyper-inflated, homeless, jobless, fracked and oil-soaked, Fukushima irradiated police state we foisted on you via the 9/11 and London 7/7 false-flag attacks!

Here is freaky alien dude for you to go "Whoa!" at. Here is a Mayan dude sayin' it's the end of the world! Here is a weird noise in the sky for you to go "WTF?!" at! Here is a piece of toast with the face of Jesus on it! Here is (another one?) photo-shopped image of a TERRORIST guy who's been dead since 2001! ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! Here is a Project BLUE BEAM Virgin Mary in-the-sky to keep you distracted in la-la land!

Meanwhile, we will continue our de-population, loot and pollute the planet scheme we hatched at a secret Illuminati meeting, from our REX-84, continuation of government, radiation proof D.U.M.B. where we protect our elite, trans-human, incestual, DNA genome blood-line! C-Ya!

Jul 16 18:16

LA Horror Story: More Parents Horrified Over 5G Cell Towers Near Schools

By B.N. Frank

There’s a lot of information and misinformation being reported about health risks from exposure to 5G technology. So if you can only remember one thing about 5G and health risks, this would be it: The telecom industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe.

If you can remember two things: There is research that says it IS NOT safe...

Jul 16 18:06

Windows 10 1903 Bug May Show Black Screen in Remote Desktop

Microsoft has added a new bug to the list of known issues in Windows 10 1903 about Remote Desktop connections displaying a black screen when connecting to devices using older graphic drivers.

According to the bug report, when a user connects via Remote Desktop to device with certain older GPU drivers, including drivers the Intel 4 series of integrated GPUs, a black screen will be shown.

Jul 16 18:04

Unofficial Telegram App with 100K Installs Pushed Malicious Sites

An app styling itself as a more feature-rich unofficial version of Telegram was installed over 100,000 from Google Play only to provide minimum messaging services and to promote malicious websites.

Named MobonoGram 2019, the app used code from the legitimate Telegram messenger and added a few scripts that ran in secret on the infected device to help with persistence and with loading URLs received from the command server.

By the time security researchers found the malicious app, its developer - RamKal Developers, had already pushed five updates to the official Android store.

Jul 16 18:02

FBI Releases Master Decryption Keys for GandCrab Ransomware

In an FBI Flash Alert, the FBI has released the master decryption keys for the Gandcrab Ransomware versions 4, 5, 5.0.4, 5.1, and 5.2. Using these keys, any individual or organization can create and release their very own GandCrab decryptor.

Jul 16 17:57

American Express Customers Targeted by Novel Phishing Attack

A phishing attack using a novel technique to steal credentials from American Express customers was recently found in an email inbox protected using Microsoft’s Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) by Cofense Phishing Defense Center researchers.

The phishing campaign targeted both corporate and consumer cardholders with phishing emails full of grammatical errors but with a small but deadly twist: instead of using the regular hyperlink to the landing page trick, this one used the HTML element to hide the malicious URL from antispam solutions.

This allows the attackers to specify the base URL that should be used for all relative URLs within the phishing message, effectively splitting up the phishing landing page in two separate pieces. It also helps to hide it from the target since, on hover, the hyperlink will only show the end part of the malicious link, without the domain used to host the landing page.

Jul 16 17:32

Otago University researchers call for radical change in sport saying gender binary has had it's day

Otago University researchers are calling for gender binary divisions in elite sports to be scrapped, after finding it unfair for transwomen to compete against other women.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) guidelines that allow male-to-female transgender athletes to compete in the women's category at the elite level has raised significant debate since being introduced in 2015.

A recent case of New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, a transwomen competing in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, has polarised opinions about the inclusion of transwomen in women's sport.

But after discussing the topic in the latest issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics
with Professor Alison Heather and Dr Taryn Knox, Associate Professor Lynley Anderson said gender binary in sport has had its day.

"To be simultaneously inclusive and fair at the elite level some innovative thinking is required, rather than attempting to shoehorn people into either 'male' or 'female'," she said.

Jul 16 17:13

At This Point, Twitter’s Basically A Democratic Party Super-Pac

A senior Twitter manager who has called for jailing and impeaching President Trump and slammed the White House social media chief with four-letter slurs is raising concerns that the platform isn’t serious about policing hate posts.

Jul 16 16:55

Colombian man arrested attempting to smuggle £27,000 worth of cocaine under his wig

SPANISH Police have caught a Colombian man who tried to smuggle half a kilo of cocaine under his fake hair, the force has said on Twitter.

Jul 16 16:52

YouTube Removes Gun Channels From Their Partner Program

Google has once again struck out against Second Amendment channels on its YouTube video sharing platform. The tech giant has set out to demonetize channels dealing with guns even if the creators do not violate YouTube’s terms of service.

Jul 16 16:49

With 147 million dead trees, Californians brace for fire

This is the state of much of the Sierra, where aerial surveys from 2010 and 2018 counted 147 million trees that died from drought and invasive beetles. A key at-risk burn zone is between 4,000- and 6,000-foot elevations on the west flank of the central Sierra, where large swaths of pine trees lay dead. Other high-risk areas include the west flank of Yosemite and national forest just north of Lake Tahoe, according to a study and map analysis by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the U.S. Forest Service.

It’s a testament to the new era of wildfire danger: Even in a year with landmark rain and snow totals in California, and a benign start to fire season in June, the chance of another round of catastrophic wildfires this late summer and fall has fire experts cringing.

“It’s just a matter of time,” says Amy Head, a Cal Fire battalion chief. “When it happens, we’re looking at dry standing fuel ready to burn, and it could be pretty catastrophic.”

Jul 16 16:39

West Vancouver Prices Down 40%. Steve Saretksy

Jul 16 16:34

Federal Debt Ceiling Reached As Federal Spending Rages

The federal government will soon run up against its self-imposed borrowing cap once again. Current estimates are for the government to max out its credit limit at a little over $22 trillion in early September. Congress goes on recess in August, so there is some pressure to address the cap right now.

Jul 16 15:57

Transgender father made revealing documentary while claiming anonymity through High Court

A transgender man who is fighting to have his child be the first in the UK to legally not have a mother made a documentary showing his child's face whilst arguing that his family needed court anonymity to protect them from harm.

Freddy McConnell, who was born a woman, launched a High Court battle against the Government earlier this year after the General Registrar Office (GRO) refused to register him as the "father" on his child's birth certificate.

McConnell and his child were previously protected by a court anonymity Order preventing the publication of their names', location and the child's gender - meaning they could only be referred to as "TT" and "YY" in media reports.

Jul 16 15:56

Teens hooked on social media at greater risk of depression

Teenagers who spend hours on social media could be risking depression.

Experts said the internet encouraged youngsters to measure themselves against others, usually those with 'perfect' bodies and exciting lifestyles.

This 'upward social comparison' can significantly increase the symptoms of depression and low self-esteem.

Social media also affects those who are already feeling low by putting them in a 'reinforcing spiral', an academic study suggests.

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