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Pretty Peculiar Targets though...Hmmmm...Interesting. "LONDON (AP) — Dozens of websites went down briefly around the globe Tuesday, including CNN, The New York Times and Britain’s government home page, after an outage at the cloud computing service Fastly, illustrating how vital a small number of behind-the-scenes companies have become to running the internet. The sites that could not be reached also included some Amazon pages, the Financial Times, Reddit, Twitch and The Guardian. San Francisco-based Fastly acknowledged a problem just before 6 a.m. Eastern. About an hour later, the company said: “The issue has been identified and a fix has been applied.” Most of the sites soon appeared to be back online. The company said in an emailed statement that it was a “technical issue” and “not related to a cyber attack.” https://apnews.com/article/internet-outage-down-fastly-7c607c931faba19584975da74c8fa633
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Oh My... "Australia's biggest ever police bust has seen not only seen the arrests of the Who's Who of the global criminal underworld, but yielded an extraordinary haul of 3.77 tonnes of drugs, $45 million in cash, guns, luxury cars, motorbikes and watches. The country's Federal Police released pictures of the wealth, firepower and even taste in gangster movies of those arrested during sweeping raids across the country, the U.S., Britain and wider Europe after the alleged criminals were covertly monitored for three years using an encrypted communication app called 'AN0M'. They allegedly used the app, secretly developed by the FBI, to message each other around the world, unaware everything they said and did was being intercepted by FBI special agents and the Australian Federal Police. The app gained currency in the underworld after being promoted by drug kingpins such as Australia's most wanted man, Hakan Ayik, after first being distributed by police informants. Through the covert operation, detectives allegedly uncovered 21 murder plots, gun distribution and mass drug trafficking, with mafia bosses, bikies, and reality TV stars arrested and charged. A luxury Ducati motorcycle, Audi sedan, Rolex watches, ammunition, bullet-proof vests, firearms and even memorabilia from the 1972 cult classic The Godfather was seized from a number of properties. Senior investigators allege '100 per cent' of telephone conversations intercepted on the devices were all business and in relation to criminal activity. But the Daily Mail can reveal the entire elaborate sting was placed in jeopardy in late March, when an anonymous blogger sounded the alarm, labelling the platform a 'scam' which rerouted peoples' data through to the United States... ... The alleged offenders are linked to the Australian-based Italian mafia - known as the Ndrangheta - as well as outlaw motorcycle gangs, Asian crime syndicates and Albanian organised crime figures. Police have charged 224 alleged offenders with 525 charges, shut down six clandestine laboratories and acted on 21 threats to kill, including saving a family of five. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the AFP operation, known as Operation Ironside, had struck a 'heavy blow' against organised crime." https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9661943/Huge-AFP-bust-sees-bikies-criminals-gangsters-arrested-Australia-wide-raids.html
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Ya know why... We'll go out of our way, Because we want to hear from our RIGHTFUL President...and Yet Joe Biden whom is broadcast out on every station has embarrassing ratings with more downvotes than upvotes by Many Multiples... "Despite a ban from most major platforms, former President Donald Trump's online statements are reportedly spreading far and wide on social media. Many of Trump's statements after his January social media ban have received as many, if not more, likes or shares online as they did before, according to an analysis published Monday by the New York Times. Before his ban, due to his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, Trump's social media engagement generated a median of 272,000 likes and shares, primarily on Facebook and Twitter. After the ban, his median engagement dropped to 36,000 likes and shares, but 11 of his 89 statements in the past few months have been either just as popular or more popular than before the ban. The top sharers of some of Trump's statements after his social media ban include Breitbart News, a Facebook page called "President Donald Trump Fan Club," Fox News, and Jenna Ellis, a member of Trump's legal team who was roundly defeated in court in 2020 election fraud lawsuits." https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/trump-statements-spreading-social-media-even-after-ban-analysis
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Pretty Peculiar Targets though...Hmmmm...Interesting. "LONDON (AP) — Dozens of websites went down briefly around the globe Tuesday, including CNN, The New York Times and Britain’s government home page, after an outage at the cloud computing service Fastly, illustrating how vital a small number of behind-the-scenes companies have become to running the internet. The sites that could not be reached also included some Amazon pages, the Financial Times, Reddit, Twitch and The Guardian. San Francisco-based Fastly acknowledged a problem just before 6 a.m. Eastern. About an hour later, the company said: “The issue has been identified and a fix has been applied.” Most of the sites soon appeared to be back online. The company said in an emailed statement that it was a “technical issue” and “not related to a cyber attack.” https://apnews.com/article/internet-outage-down-fastly-7c607c931faba19584975da74c8fa633
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Oh My... "Australia's biggest ever police bust has seen not only seen the arrests of the Who's Who of the global criminal underworld, but yielded an extraordinary haul of 3.77 tonnes of drugs, $45 million in cash, guns, luxury cars, motorbikes and watches. The country's Federal Police released pictures of the wealth, firepower and even taste in gangster movies of those arrested during sweeping raids across the country, the U.S., Britain and wider Europe after the alleged criminals were covertly monitored for three years using an encrypted communication app called 'AN0M'. They allegedly used the app, secretly developed by the FBI, to message each other around the world, unaware everything they said and did was being intercepted by FBI special agents and the Australian Federal Police. The app gained currency in the underworld after being promoted by drug kingpins such as Australia's most wanted man, Hakan Ayik, after first being distributed by police informants. Through the covert operation, detectives allegedly uncovered 21 murder plots, gun distribution and mass drug trafficking, with mafia bosses, bikies, and reality TV stars arrested and charged. A luxury Ducati motorcycle, Audi sedan, Rolex watches, ammunition, bullet-proof vests, firearms and even memorabilia from the 1972 cult classic The Godfather was seized from a number of properties. Senior investigators allege '100 per cent' of telephone conversations intercepted on the devices were all business and in relation to criminal activity. But the Daily Mail can reveal the entire elaborate sting was placed in jeopardy in late March, when an anonymous blogger sounded the alarm, labelling the platform a 'scam' which rerouted peoples' data through to the United States... ... The alleged offenders are linked to the Australian-based Italian mafia - known as the Ndrangheta - as well as outlaw motorcycle gangs, Asian crime syndicates and Albanian organised crime figures. Police have charged 224 alleged offenders with 525 charges, shut down six clandestine laboratories and acted on 21 threats to kill, including saving a family of five. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the AFP operation, known as Operation Ironside, had struck a 'heavy blow' against organised crime." https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9661943/Huge-AFP-bust-sees-bikies-criminals-gangsters-arrested-Australia-wide-raids.html
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Ya know why... We'll go out of our way, Because we want to hear from our RIGHTFUL President...and Yet Joe Biden whom is broadcast out on every station has embarrassing ratings with more downvotes than upvotes by Many Multiples... "Despite a ban from most major platforms, former President Donald Trump's online statements are reportedly spreading far and wide on social media. Many of Trump's statements after his January social media ban have received as many, if not more, likes or shares online as they did before, according to an analysis published Monday by the New York Times. Before his ban, due to his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, Trump's social media engagement generated a median of 272,000 likes and shares, primarily on Facebook and Twitter. After the ban, his median engagement dropped to 36,000 likes and shares, but 11 of his 89 statements in the past few months have been either just as popular or more popular than before the ban. The top sharers of some of Trump's statements after his social media ban include Breitbart News, a Facebook page called "President Donald Trump Fan Club," Fox News, and Jenna Ellis, a member of Trump's legal team who was roundly defeated in court in 2020 election fraud lawsuits." https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/trump-statements-spreading-social-media-even-after-ban-analysis
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