Monday, July 12
Working Five To Nine Edition
- Kaseya has patched the vulnerabilities that led to over 1500 companies getting compromised with ransomware. (Bleeping Computer)
To be fair, it took a while because there were a lot of bugs needing fixing.
- Giant pandas are no longer classified as being endangered. (BBC)
Wait, did China not ruin something for once?
- The free and open internet is under attack all around the world, says Google. (BBC)
"Mostly by us", added CEO Sundar Pichai.
- Cartoon streaming service Toomics filed a bunch of DMCA takedown notices... Against itself. (TorrentFreak)
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Monday, July 12 2021 09:40 PM (5iiQK)
Posted by: normal at Monday, July 12 2021 11:26 PM (LADmw)
So the PRC is in end of regime crazy mode, and apparently someone really resents the western pressure to keep Pandas alive, so they are going to do something about the Pandas now that the Biden regime means they have a freer hand.
Posted by: PatBuckman at Monday, July 12 2021 11:44 PM (6y7dz)
Posted by: PatBuckman at Monday, July 12 2021 11:48 PM (6y7dz)
Instead, silly humans in the West want to keep the evolutionary dead-end called the panda around, while greedy Chinese bureaucrats want to the keep the giant panda around because it allows them to extort money and Toyota SUVs from silly Westerners.
The sooner the giant pandas make their exit, the better.
Posted by: cxt217 at Tuesday, July 13 2021 11:54 AM (4i7w0)
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