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  1. If you live in Illinois and really want a margarita, here’s some good news. View the full article
  2. Fox News legal analyst Mercedes Colwin told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that all the officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd, a Minnesota man who died in police custody this week, could face charges. View the full article
  3. This rock is looking like a snack. View the full article
  4. Floyd's death has sparked protests in the city, with buildings burning, stores looted, and demonstrators clashing with police using riot gear. View the full article
  5. Image: Netatmo Netatmo has released an updated version of its outdoor security smart camera with a powerful alarm to scare off uninvited guests. The revised security camera remains mostly unchanged from Netatmo’s previous outdoor model. However, this version includes a built-in 105dB siren, meant to scare off any intruders. The siren can be manually activated by using the Netatmo app after you receive an alert that a person or vehicle has entered your property. Of course, not every person entering your property is coming uninvited. You can edit the alerts the camera gives you through the Netatmo app, so the camera will only send you urgent notifications. You can also use the Alert-Zones feature to specify what areas set off motion alerts, so it can... Continue reading… View the full article
  6. A homeless man in California has been accused of breaking into a bank early Wednesday morning just to use its microwave to heat up hot pockets, according to reports. View the full article
  7. Rush Limbaugh said on Wednesday that the demand for Americans to wear masks to combat the spread of coronavirus is a political move made by Democrats, who hope to turn the face covers into a “symbol of fear.” View the full article
  8. Photo by Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images The internet is a magical place, somewhere where you can, for the right price, get anything you want. And if that something is a decommissioned nuclear reactor control panel — well, have I got some good news for you! Today, author Warren Ellis posted on his blog about an auction being held in England where one of the lots for sale was a decommissioned nuclear reactor control panel. Yes, this thing: If you’ve seen the hit miniseries Chernobyl or ever looked up pics of nuclear reactors online, this should look pretty familiar. And it’s gorgeous! Look at all those CRTs, that industrially gray metal, the huge number of knobs and dials that actually did something, probably, at one time. Who wouldn’t want it? The best part is... Continue reading… View the full article
  9. Bug bounty platform HackerOne announced today that it has paid out $100,000,000 in rewards to white-hat hackers around the world as of May 26, 2020. From a report: Since it started delivering vulnerability reports to its customers, HackerOne bug bounty hunters have found roughly 170,000 security vulnerabilities according to the company's CEO Marten Mickos. Over 700,000 ethical hackers are no using the bug bounty platform to get paid for security bugs in the products of more than 1,900 HackerOne customers. "It is impossible to know exactly how many cyber breaches have thereby been averted but we can estimate that it is thousands or perhaps over ten thousand," Mickos said. Read more of this story at Slashdot. View the full article
  10. There are common denominators in the governor’s decisions: he makes them behind closed doors, and they hurt people. View the full article
  11. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google announced on Thursday that it will bring its SameSite cookie update back starting July 14th, alongside the launch of Chrome 84. The update will roll out gradually to Chrome 80 and later versions. When Chrome 80 launched in February, Google started rolling out its SameSite update, which is intended to change how cookies are handled by the browser. In April, Google announced it would be rolling back that update in order to keep essential websites working during the COVID-19 pandemic. The update will resume starting July 14th, alongside the launch of Chrome 84 Chrome used to accept cookies by default, but with the introduction of its SameSite labeling policy, Chrome will block cookies from functioning in a third-party context,... Continue reading… View the full article
  12. Philonise Floyd advocated capital punishment for police officers involved in the death of his brother George Floyd, whose viral encounter with police officers has prompted mass protests around the country. View the full article
  13. Lesley-Anne Down revealed she was nearly abducted by a stranger at age 11. View the full article
  14. As promised, Disney now gives subscribers of Disney Plus the option to watch over 19 seasons of The Simpsons in the show’s original 4:3 aspect ratio. When the subscription streaming service first launched, it only presented The Simpsons in a remastered, 16:9 aspect ratio — and this resulted in audiences missing out on some visual gags that were near the top or bottom of the frame. It didn’t take long for Disney to address viewer complaints by announcing it would give subscribers a choice between 16:9 (optimized for modern widescreen TVs) and the original 4:3 aspect ratio to see episodes true to the way they originally aired. Open Disney Plus and go to The Simpsons page. This link should get you there on the web version. Choose the... Continue reading… View the full article
  15. President Trump said Thursday he will extend the help of the National Guard aiding states in their fight against coronavirus through mid-August. View the full article
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