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5 easy ways to protect yourself from being hacked, according to a former NSA hacker

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Wednesday at the Geneva summit where they discussed cybersecurity issues between Russia and the US.
In a time where companies, celebrities, and even governments are coming under cyber-attacks, getting hacked might seem inevitable.
According to former NSA hacker David Kennedy , there are steps you can take to prevent it from happening to you.
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Following is a transcript of the video. David Kennedy: "Mr. Robot" is probably one of the most accurate portrayals of what hackers can...
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Putin rejects Biden claim of crackdown on Kremlin opponents, says Black Lives Matter & Capitol violence show US has its own issues

Putin rejects Biden claim of crackdown on Kremlin opponents, says Black Lives Matter & Capitol violence show US has its own issues

1 month ago   |   By RT

Russian President Vladimir Putin has questioned America's contemporary moral authority when it comes to human rights. He was speaking to journalists after the summit with his US counterpart, Joe Biden, in Switzerland on Wednesday.
Putin was asked by American reporters whether his government was engaging in a “crackdown” against domestic opposition, and whether Biden had asked the Kremlin to put an end to supposed repressions. Rejecting the insinuations, Putin said that Washington had no real grounds on which to complain.
“America recently faced some of the hardest events in its history...
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The Latest: Biden says he regrets being ‘wise guy' to reporter

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

GENEVA - President Joe Biden has expressed regret for some sharp words to a reporter who questioned him about the success of his summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
The initial exchange came at the press conference after Biden's meeting with Putin in Geneva on Wednesday.
When a reporter asked Biden how he could consider the summit a success when Putin came out of it still denying responsibility for cyberattacks or other alleged wrongdoing, Biden shot back, “If you can't understand that you're in the wrong business.”
But Biden came over to reporters at his next step shortly after...
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Russian state news trashed Biden's choice of tie, saying it looked like it belonged in the kid's collection

Russian state news trashed Biden's choice of tie, saying it looked like it belonged in the kid's collection

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement A Russian state news outlet on Wednesday featured an expert that criticized the tie President Joe Biden wore when he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting in Geneva.
Tatyana Nikolaeva, a business etiquette consultant, told RIA Novosti, that Biden's light-blue tie suggested "some sort of infantilism" and said that the person who picked out the tie for the president wasn't feeling confident when they chose it, according to TIME .
Nikolaeva added that Biden's tie looked like it belonged in a children's collection.
The same consultant told the...
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Fox News host Harris Faulkner complimented Vladimir Putin for answering questions for longer than Joe Biden - before the US president even spoke

Fox News host Harris Faulkner complimented Vladimir Putin for answering questions for longer than Joe Biden - before the US president even spoke

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner said that Vladimir Putin gave more time to the press than Joe Biden, even though the US president had not yet delivered his solo press conference on Wednesday.
"We saw that President of Russia answering more questions in front of the media, longer than I can remember either the current president or his vice president combined in terms of time and number of questions," Faulkner said.
Her guest, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , agreed before criticizing Putin for drawing false equivalencies between the US and Russia.
Putin, who...
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