Oracle takes a page out of IBM’s playbook this week, with unannounced layoffs, rationalized by a restructuring to the cloud, and little acknowledgement that they are happening Continue reading “Penguin: Oracle Implodes…”
Brad Parscale and Bill Shine don’t know what they don’t know. Parscale is tripling down on micro-approaches to small donors within the base and its edges while neglecting everyone else because the Trump campaign simply does not have credibility or channels for blacks, suburban women, Latinos, or Independents as well as Libertarians, Constitution Party, and others. Bill Shine really thinks a state-run TV channel will make a difference, it will not, it will be ignored by the 73% that did not vote for the President.
And now Alex comes in with what I have been saying ever since I coined the term #GoogleGestapo: we need to RICO stomp Facebook, Google, MeetUp, Twitter, YouTube, and others like PayPal that are deplatforming conservative and progressive voices that challenge the Israel First narrative, among other false canards of the Deep State.
The President is simply not serious about broadening the base! My four page Memorandum for the President: Trump Triumph, remains REF A — and opposed by the people holding the President back, including Jared Kushner and John Bolton both of whom are secretly working against the President.
What’s the implication?
Forget Go to My PC vulnerabilities. Old news. The bad actors may have the opportunity to derail certain industrial and manufacturing processes. What happens when a chemical plant gets the wrong instructions.
Remember the Port of Texas City mishap? A tragic failure. Accidental.
But Citrix style breaches combined with “we did not know” may presage intentional actions in the future.
Yep, cloudy with a chance of pain.
Was Smollett hoax an aborted false flag directing by Deep State operative to foment race war in US? This article, based on confidential sources, answers yes!
Epic Games and Disney pull ads over pedophiles’ comments on videos of children.
“Videos of children showing their exposed buttocks, underwear and genitals are racking up millions of views on YouTube—with the site displaying advertising from major cosmetics and car brands alongside the content,” Wired UK wrote. “Comments beneath scores of videos appear to show pedophiles sharing timestamps for parts of the videos where exposed genitals can be seen, or when a child does the splits or lifts up their top to show their nipples… The videos are also being monetized by YouTube, including pre-roll adverts from Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Fortnite, Grammarly, L’Oreal, Maybelline, Metro: Exodus, Peloton and SingleMuslims.com. Banner advertising for Google and the World Business Forum also appeared alongside some of the videos.”
Continue reading “BREAKING: Ed Jewitt: YouTube Collapsing — Advertisers Fleeing From Pedophilia Networks [Robert Steele: YouTube Has a SYSTEM-WIDE Failure That ENCOURAGES Pedophilia and STOLEN IDENTITIES and COPYRIGHT violations] UPDATE 1: Soooeeeeee”
Senators from both political parties on Thursday praised the military’s cyber force for helping secure last year’s midterm elections, with one suggesting it was largely due to U.S. Cyber Command that the Russians failed to affect the 2018 vote.
From experience, Cyber Command does not know the difference between TCP/IP and UDP….they are not capable of accomplishing this feat….
If you are in the media or intelligence business, you undoubtedly already know about the potential of deep fakes or “deepfake” videos. Clips that utilize AI technology to create realistic and completely fake videos using existing footage. The catch is that they are getting more and more convincing…and that’s not good, as we discovered in a recent Phys.org article, “Misinformation Woes Could Multiply with Deepfake Videos.”
According to the story:
Yoichi Funabashi in Japan Times
In fact, traditional think tanks are confronting three major challenges that have put them in a uniquely difficult situation. Not only are they facing increased competition from for-profit think tanks such as the McKinsey Global Institute and the Eurasia Group; they also must negotiate rising geopolitical tensions, especially between the United States and China. And complicating matters further, many citizens, goaded by populist harangues, have become dismissive of “experts” and the fact-based analyses that think tanks produce (or at least should produce).
These installations exist somewhere between light and shadow, writes Nick Turse. While acknowledged as foreign military outposts, they are excluded from the official inventory.