Mexican regulators ban showing president’s full conferences Mexico City Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador President Mexican- Tempemail

Mexico’s election regulatory agency announced Tuesday it will ban media outlets from transmitting at full length President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s daily morning news conferences. The temporary ban is aimed at ensuring equity in the country’s June congressional and state elections, after opposition parties complained that López Obrador uses the Continue Reading

Australian man arrested in Germany over ‘world’s largest’ darknet marketplace | Darknet

A German-led police sting has taken down the “world’s largest” darknet marketplace, whose Australian alleged operator used it to facilitate the sale of drugs, stolen credit card data and malware, prosecutors said Tuesday. At the time of its closure, DarkMarket had nearly 500,000 users and more than 2,400 vendors worldwide, Continue Reading

What Years of AWS Hacking Tell Us About Building Secure Apps- Tempemail

Imagine being part of an organization that has a security team that manages risks by saying “no” to change in an era of cloud migrations, remote-first work, and increased dependency on our digital presence. People develop an aversion to work with security teams because they block them from getting their Continue Reading

Parler operating off free trial software before right-wing app was removed from the internet- Tempemail

Parler, the notorious right-wing social media app, was using a free trial of identity management software until it was banned from the internet. The social media service had been using the free version of user-authentication platform Okta, which provides cloud software so that companies can have their users log in Continue Reading

Video games have replaced music as the most important aspect of youth culture | Culture

It would be incorrect to say video games went mainstream in 2020. They’ve been mainstream for decades. But their place in pop culture feels far more central – to gamers and non-gamers alike – than ever before. In part, this is due to desperate marketers hunting for eyeballs in a Continue Reading

In the wake of the US Capitol attack, Australian politics is consumed by a reactionary free speech debate | US Capitol breach

For many Australians, the US Capitol riot was experienced in almost real time. On Twitter, they could see harrowing videos of a lone policeman facing down a mob. Photos of a noose installed by the crowd on Washington DC’s Tempemail Mall were only a scroll away on Facebook. In the Continue Reading

Trump claims his social media ban is ‘catastrophic mistake’ and calls big tech ‘horrible’- Tempemail

Donald Trump has claimed that his social media ban is a “catastrophic mistake” and described big tech as “horrible” following his permanent suspension from numerous internet platforms in the wake of the Capitol riots. On Tuesday, before he boarded a helicopter to travel from Alamo, Texas, back to the White Continue Reading

Warning — 5 New Trojanized Android Apps Spying On Users In Pakistan – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers took the wraps off a new spyware operation targeting users in Pakistan that leverages trojanized versions of legitimate Android apps to carry out covert surveillance and espionage. Designed to masquerade apps such as the Pakistan Citizen Portal, a Muslim prayer-clock app called Pakistan Salat Time, Mobile Packages Pakistan, Continue Reading

5 Ways to Protect Private User Data on Messaging Apps – Tempemail

Facebook recently asked WhatsApp users to accept its updated terms of service and privacy policy – or else lose access to the app. “As part of the Facebook family of companies, WhatsApp receives information from, and shares information with, this family of companies. We may use the information we receive Continue Reading