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Chinese Internet Trolls Attack Shen Yun in Bid to Influence Public Opinion

Chinese Internet Trolls Attack Shen Yun in Bid to Influence Public Opinion

The Chinese communist regime has deployed its massive army of internet trolls to smear Shen Yun Performing Arts in an effort to sway public opinion against it, according to the company. These anonymous people are working to stack Google search results with negative reviews of Shen Yun, Leeshai Lemish, an emcee with the company, said …

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White House cybersecurity chief quits, says leadership is inviting an attack

White House computer security Chief Dimitrios Vistakis gave the White House one helluva resignation notice earlier this week when he quit over practices he dubbed “absurd” including the systemic purging of cybersecurity staff. They say that history repeats itself. Unfortunately given all of the changes I’ve seen in the past three months, I foresee the …

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Biden Escalates Attack on Facebook Over False Political Ads

WASHINGTON — A 30-second video ad that ran on Facebook this week falsely accused former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. of blackmailing Ukrainian officials to stop an investigation of his son. “Send Quid Pro Joe Biden into retirement,” a narrator in the ad intoned. The video wasn’t released by the Trump campaign, which has …

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SecTor 2019: How to survive a ransomware attack

Ransomware is not the newest form of cyberattack, although its popularity remains relatively high and the results remain quite devastating, according to cybersecurity experts who spoke at SecTor 2019 this week in Toronto. So, by now, you likely know what ransomware is all about. But just to be sure, let’s run over a quick explanation. …

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Chinese state media condemns Apple decision to allow “poisonous” Hong Kong maps app in scathing attack

Image via South China Morning Post What you need to know Chinese state media has denounced Apple’s decision to allow HKmap.live to be published on the App Store. The piece comes from People’s Daily, a Chinese Communist party “mouthpiece”. Article described Apple’s conduct as “unwise”, “imprudent” and “a betrayal of Chinese people’s feelings”. Chinese state …

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