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Illegal Double Team
AEW Full Gear, an AEW Argument, What the Hell is With WWE? Is MJF Actually Good? Shooters, Favorite MMA Fighters, Eddie Kingston vs. CM Punk, Okada and the Fake Kenny, Celebrity Hall Passes and MORE!

Illegal Double Team

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 166:16


The Snowdens have an argument, divorce, reconcile, talk about celebrity hall passes, AEW Full Gear and answer about a million of your questions. AEW Full Gear, an AEW Argument, What the Hell is With WWE? Is MJF Actually Good? Shooters, Favorite MMA Fighters, Eddie Kingston vs. CM Punk, Okada and the Fake Kenny in New Japan, Celebrity Hall Passes and MORE!

Search Buzz Video Roundup
Search News Buzz Video Recap: Google November Core Update, Google Ads CPC Bug, SiteGround's Googlebot Issue & Snowden on Google

Search Buzz Video Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


What a week - Google actually launched a broad core update days before the big online holiday shopping season - the Google November 2021 core update is live and rolling out. I share my thoughts on the timing, the release, more on core updates and the impact thus far...

Hans & Scotty G.
Cougar Preview Show - November 17, 2021 - Will Snowden, Former BYU RB

Hans & Scotty G.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 21:44


Former BYU RB Will Snowden

On est fait pour s'entendre
L'INTÉGRALE - Affaire Snowden : comment le lanceur d'alerte a pu révéler le scandale des écoutes

On est fait pour s'entendre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 33:44


Nous sommes le 6 juin 2013. Le quotidien britannique "The Guardian" a osé : il vient de publier un document top secret que personne n'aurait dû voir, un dossier qui aurait dû rester dans le bunker sécurisé de la National Secret Agency, la NSA. On y apprend que les États-Unis surveillent et espionnent le monde entier de ses dirigeants à ses citoyens ordinaires sur lesquels ils récoltent des données. En deux mots, "Big Brother is watching you" et vous êtes tracés : votre vie, vos échanges, votre intimité, vos secrets, rien n'échappe à la NSA qui ne fait plus seulement de la surveillance dans un but antiterroriste mais verse aussi dans l'espionnage économique et industriel. Ecoutez Jour J avec Flavie Flament du 17 novembre 2021

On est fait pour s'entendre
RÉCIT - Edward Snowden : le jour où il a révélé les écoutes de la NSA

On est fait pour s'entendre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 3:02


Le 6 juin 2013, le quotidien britannique "The Guardian" révèle l'affaire Snowden ou comment les États-Unis écoutent les dirigeants du monde entier et ses citoyens. Retour ce soir dans "Jour J" de 20h à 21h sur un système peu reluisant où vous, moi, votre voisin, en bref n'importe qui, peut être écouté n'importe quand pour n'importe quel motif sans le savoir. Notre invité sera Antoine Lefébure, historien et expert en nouvelles technologies, auteur du livre "L'affaire Snowden".

Critical Ave
Snowden Review

Critical Ave

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 55:46


The NSA's dirty surveillance techniques have been leaked by referee, I mean whistleblower Edward Snowden. Watch Joseph Gordon Levitt try his best to make Snowden's life interesting.

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
11-16-21 - Will Snowden, Alpha Recruits - What are the chances Kalani takes the UW head coach job?

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 14:44


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers

“If our criminal legal system actually made people safer, Louisiana would be the safest place in the country.”One of Will's first interactions with the police happened during cross country practice in high school. The experience forever reshaped how he understood race, policing, and justice. Today, he is on the forefront of transforming the criminal legal system to bring justice to the most incarcerated state of the most incarcerated country in the world: Louisiana. Will serves as the Director of the New Orleans office of the Vera Institute of Justice, an organization committed to securing equal justice, ending mass incarceration, and strengthening families and communities.Read and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingSubscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resourcesFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!--Resources from this episode:The Vera Institute of JusticeLouisiana Incarcerated, The Times PicayuneKill ‘Em and Leave, by James McBride

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
#73 - Special Agent Jim DiOrio: Ex-FBI Agent / Army Ranger Talks Edward Snowden; Revisits The San Bernardino Shooter Case He Worked On; And Tells Story After Story From His Career

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 186:38


Jim DiOrio is a Former FBI Interrogation Expert, Military Veteran, Undercover Operative, and Savage. A member of West Point's Class of 1986 (along with his roommate and former Secretary of State/Director of The CIA, Mike Pompeo), Jim served overseas as an Army Ranger in the late 80's and early 90's before leaving the military and joining the FBI. He went on to spend 10 years as one of the most successful undercover agents in the Bureau's history––and another 15 as a ferocious Special Agent In-Charge and heralded FBI interrogator around the world. Basically, he was the guy who told Captain Phillips he could have his boat back.    Currently, Jim is the CEO of J3 Global, an international crisis/security firm (or as he explains it: “I'm Ray Donovan with more experience”). In his spare time, he also owns a Jersey Mike's because why not. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; How the Federal Prosecutor process works with new administrations 15:08 - Making cases at the FBI and politics behind it; Jim sent his former boss Jim Comey a Christmas Card (it wasn't nice); The hilarious story behind Jim's infamous Chris Christie Joke; 36:52 - Jim and Julian wonder if Trump is actually going to run for President again; Jim appeals to his friend and TikTok Executive, David Urban, to stop banning perfectly-harmless videos from this podcast; A Nantucket-Bound Private Jet & Container Ships; Jim loves his buddy Post Malone; Jim tells a funny story about his childhood baseball coach 58:22 - Julian questions Jim's lifelong friend former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's stance on former NSA / CIA Whistleblower Edward Snowden; Revisiting Snowden's background; The Yahoo Report regarding the Then-Director Pompeo and the CIA's efforts to assassinate Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange, while he was living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London; Why Julian considers Snowden's leaks about US Government Privacy Violations incredibly important; Jim talks about the importance of intent when evaluating people like Snowden; Revisiting the time the Bush White House tried to push through the illegal Stellar Wind Program while then Attorney General John Ashcroft was in the ICU 1:27:48 - Jim tells the story behind something special that happened as a result of his last podcast in here; Julian talks about the responsibility he feels with creating content from the conversations on this podcast 1:40:22 - Jim talks about a Charity he and many of his West Point Classmates Founded in honor of their fallen friend; Jim tells a story about 9/11 Firefighter's son who left everything behind to carry on his father's legacy 1:49:48 - Julian talks about the impact Jim had on many who heard his first podcast and reached out seeking  his life advice; Jim tells a story about an old Mafia informant of his at the FBI who actually became a friend; The one thing that Jim says he will never lose 2:03:33 - Julian talks about Charlie Jabaley's incredible “I Am You” Theory; Jim discusses private investigations he did involving the Catholic Church and the impact that had on how he viewed religion; A story about a Korean War Chaplain whose body was just recently discovered 2:23:44 - Jim brings up a famous FBI Case he worked on: The San Bernardino Shooting; Julian and Jim passionately debate whether or not Apple CEO Tim Cook's decision to not unlock the terrorist's iPhone for the FBI was the right call; The collateral damage of privacy vs. safety; Jim expresses his frustrations working the case without access to the information on the iPhone; Jim talks about the difficulties behind legally executing wiretaps; Jim tells another old case story 2:55:24 - Discussing the controversial Ross Ulbricht / Silk Road Federal Government Case ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q  ~ Get $100 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier  Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey  ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io  Music Produced by White Hot

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: The Case For and Against a FISA Advocate

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 61:17


From June 14, 2014: At the 2014 Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference, a panel of experts debated the pros and cons of adding outside lawyers to litigation before two tribunals at the heart of the NSA surveillance controversy: the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ("FISC") and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review ("FISCR"). As is well known, proceedings at those courts generally are held in secret and ex parte, with only the government arguing its position. But, in the wake of the Snowden revelations, many have called for reform, and for greater participation by non-government attorneys.The group was comprised of panelists Marc Zwillinger, an attorney with experience in surveillance matters; Alex Abdo of the American Civil Liberties Union; and Amie Stepanovich, of Access. Lawfare's Steve Vladeck moderated the discussion, which closely examined the question of whether, and how, to add more adversarial process to FISC and FISCR proceedings.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

THE STANDARD Podcast
8 Minute History EP.67 Edward Snowden ฮีโร่หรือคนทรยศ? พลเมืองผู้เปิดเผยควาบลับรัฐบาลอเมริกา

THE STANDARD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 10:38


Edward Snowden หนึ่งใน Leakivist อดีตนักวิเคราะห์ข่าวกรองชาวอเมริกัน ที่ค้นพบการสอดแนมของรัฐบาลอเมริกาผ่านหน่วยงาน ‘NSA' และเปิดเผยหลักฐานโครงการ ‘XKeyscore' ให้ทั่วโลกได้ทราบถึงการสอดแนมพลเมืองอเมริกาและผู้นำระดับโลก ถือเป็นการเปิดเผยข้อมูลที่สั่นสะเทือนไปทั่วโลก ในการท้าทายอำนาจสหรัฐอเมริกาและสร้างความโปร่งใสในฐานะประชาชน Time Index 00:00 Start 01:30 Introduce 01:56 Edward Snowden 02:48 การสอดแนมพลเมืองอเมริกา 03:14 การเปิดโปงหน่วยงาน NSA 08:05 สหรัฐอเมริกาสอดแนมผู้นำโลก

Marketing The Invisible
How to Claim the Power of your Voice and Make More Money – In Just 7 Minutes with Snowden Mcfall

Marketing The Invisible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 7:49


 Learn how claiming the power of your voice helps you make more money as a women business owner and women business professional Uncover the secrets on achieving greater success, income, and authority as women business owners and women business professional through the power of your voice Find out the typical mistakes women make when speaking or presenting Resources/Links: Claim the Power of Your Voice and Make More Money!Get your Exclusive Spot to this Complimentary Webinar Before They Close the Doors. There are No Replays.: https://firedupnow.com/voice-and-money/ Summary ‘Women are the future of the planet.' Snowden is all fired up talking about it. As women business owners and business professionals, what can you do to make that foreseen 'future' a reality? ...if you significantly undercharge and never negotiate for salaries. ...if you can't even speak confidently. [Reading an entire script word-for-word, the kiss of death when it comes to public speaking.] ...if you don't know how to use the power of your voice to get what you want and deserve. Claim the power of your voice by listening to this episode. Snowden McFall is a 25-year professional keynote speaker, certified coach, and author of 6 books. She was named National Women in Business Advocate of the Year by the US Small Business Administration and honored at the White House and Congress. In this episode, Snowden shares how she helps women professionals ignite greatness, break through self-judgment, and claim the power of their voices through practical wisdom that when put into practice, leads to increased confidence and increased income. Check out these episode highlights: 01:17 - Snowden's ideal client: “Women, business owners, and professional women, I ignite greatness and achievers..” 01:30 - Problem Snowden helps solve: “A lot of women don't claim the power of their voice. They don't speak confidently, and they therefore limit their income earning potential.” 01:50 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Snowden: “They're nervous when they're presenting. They're not prepared or they're very tight, keep their voice very soft, or they look down at they undercharged for their services, and they're always worried about money.” 03:20 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Snowden's solution: “When they're speaking, they have a tendency to memorize a script or read a script. And that's a kiss of death. You don't want to ever do that.” 03:58 - Snowdens Valuable Free Action (VFA): “Say ‘No' to giving your services away for free. Don't do it.” 04:57 - Snowden's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Claim the Power of Your Voice and Make More Money! Get your Exclusive Spot to this Complimentary Webinar Before They Close the Doors. There are No Replays.: https://firedupnow.com/voice-and-money/ 05:50 - Q: Why do I do this work? A: Because I'm so passionate about women. I believe women are the future of the planet.' Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Say ‘No' to giving your services away for free.Don't do it.” -@snowdenmcfallClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland Welcome, everyone to another edition of marketing the invisible. My name is Tom Poland beaming out to you from Little Castaways beach in Queensland, Australia. Joined today by Snowden McFall. Snowden gets a very warm welcome. Where are you hanging out? Snowden Mcfall 0:13 St. Augustine, Florida, is the oldest city in the United States. Tom Poland 0:17 Holy Dooley, who knew that? Well, now I do. t. Thank you for keeping my brain alive for the new fact. Snowden Mcfall 0:25 Yeah, we celebrated our 400 and 500th A few years ago.

Weird Tales and the Unexplainable
#169 - Conspiracy Encyclopedia

Weird Tales and the Unexplainable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 85:14


Pick a number between 16 and 303.Tiss digs out his 'Conspiracy Encyclopedia' for a grab bag of topics including...Disinformation, Language Control, The BBC, Saville, Propaganda, Edward Snowdon, The John Birch Society, Freemasons, Knights of the Gold Circle, and the return of Fakespeare. We also have another instalment of Tiss' Bible Stories about the story of Moses.--Contact us at - wtatupod@gmail.com and visit the website at - weirdtalesandtheunexplainable.comBuy bonus episodes at https://bobshoy.bandcamp.com/Support editing time at https://www.patreon.com/bobshoy-Part of The Bob Shoy Podcast Network-Visit http://www.bobshoy.com to discover other podcasts you may enjoy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hacker News TLDR
[#106] Worldcoin, a 500 Year Old Website, and a stock ticker

Hacker News TLDR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 29:34


This Word Does Not Exist macOS Monterey Ask HN: Is the Great Resignation in tech real? If so, why? Ask HN: Best way to host a website for 500 years? Edward Snowden on Sam Altman's Worldcoin Greatest single trade of all time Architect Resigns in Protest over UCSB Mega-Dorm Facebook Renames to Meta

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
How Ransomware, Trojanware, and Adware Hurt You

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 85:09


How Ransomware, Trojanware, and Adware Hurt You. And Why ExpressVPN Isn't Safe to Use. Ransomware, Trojanware Adware. What's the difference between these different types of malware.? And when it comes down to our computers, which should we worry about the most and which should we worry about the most? [Automated Transcript Follows] [00:00:17] There are a lot of different types of malware that are out there and they're circulating and scaring us. [00:00:23] And I think for good reason, in many cases, ransomware of course, is the big one and it is up, up, up. It has become just so common. Now that pretty much everybody is going to be facing a serious ransomware attack within the next 12 months. The numbers are staggering. And what are they doing while now they're getting you with the double whammy. [00:00:50] The first whammy is they encrypt your data. Your computers are encrypted, everything on them. So you can't use them anymore. Bottom line. Yeah, they'll boot they'll run enough in order to be able for you to pay that ransom. But any document that you might care about, any PDF, any word doc, and the spreadsheet is going to be encrypted. [00:01:14] And the idea behind that is. You have to pay in order to get that decryption key about 50% of the time. Yeah. About half of the time. Even if you pay the ransom, you'll get your data back the rest of the time. No, you you'll never see it again. So what do you do about that type of ransomware? Well, obviously most people just pay the rent. [00:01:39] But that's gone up as well. We've seen over a hundred percent increase in the amount of ransom people happy. So what's the best thing to do. What's the easiest thing to do in order to help you with this type of ransomware while it's obviously to have good backups. Now I'm going to be doing a bootcamp. [00:02:00] We're going to talk about this and a workshop. I really want to get going with these one week long workshops. So we'll do a, at least a couple of times a month in these boot camps that we'll do pretty much every week here, but they're coming up fairly soon. You'll only know about them. If you are on my email list, that is Craig peterson.com and the number one thing that you can do to. [00:02:27] You when you're hit with this type of rent somewhere, because if you're not taking all of the other precautions, you should be digging under really good that you're going to get hit the better than 50%. And once you do is have a good backup, and I want to warn everybody because I've seen this again and against people just keep making this mistake, probably because they don't get it. [00:02:51] They don't understand why and where and how, when it comes to ransom. The mistake is they do a backup to a local desk. Now, many times the backup is on a thumb drive or USB drive. So you just go to the big box store. You go to Amazon, you order an external drive. You're just amazed how cheap they are. [00:03:16] Nowadays. Once you've got that drive, you plug it in. You turn on some backup software. Maybe it's something you've used for some years, maybe. If you have a Mac, you're just using the built-in backup software. Even the windows operating system now comes with some built-in backup and you think you're off and running because every so often it back. [00:03:40] If we're using a Mac is smart enough to not only back up your whole machine, but as you're editing files, it's going to go ahead and make a backup of that file as you're editing it. So if there is a crash or something else, you're not going to lose much. I just love the way apple does that. Huge problem. [00:03:59] Because if the disc is attached to your machine, or let's say that disc is on a file server, cause you're smart, right? You set up some network attached storage of some sort and your machine has access to it. And so you're sending it off of your machine to a central. Well, you still got a problem because if your machine can read or more particularly right to a location on your network or locally, that ransomware is going to also encrypt everything, it can find there. [00:04:37] So, if you are sharing a network drive and you get ransomware, when you remember the odds are better than 50%, you're gonna get it. Then what happens? What would this type of ransomware it not only encrypts the files on your computer, but encrypts them on the backup as well. And it also encrypts them on any of the. [00:04:58] File servers or network attached storage the, to have on your network. So now everything's encrypted. You wonder why someone and people pay the ransom? Oh, that's a large part of the reason right there. And I keep saying this type of ransomware because there isn't another type of ransomware and they usually go hand in hand. [00:05:21] The bad guys were not making enough money off of holding your files. Rants. So the next thing the bad guys have done is they've gone to a different type of extortion. This one is, Hey, if you don't pay us, we are going to release your files to the world. Now they might do it on a dark website. They might do it on a publicly available site, which is what many of them are starting to do now. [00:05:51] And you're going to either be embarrassed or subject to a lot of fines or both, because now if your files have. Confidential information. Let's say it's your intellectual property. Now, anybody who bothers to search online can find your intellectual property out there. If you have anything that's personally identifiable information. [00:06:18] And it gets out. Now you are subject to major fines. In fact, in some states like California and Massachusetts, you are subject to fines. Even if the bad guys don't post it online. So that's the second type of ransomware and it's a bad type. And usually what'll happen is the bad guys, get their software on your machine and they can do it in a number of different ways. [00:06:45] One of the popular ways to do it now is to just break in because. Our businesses, we've, we've set up something called remote desktop, and we're using remote desktop for our users to get in. And maybe we're using some form of a VPN to do it with, or maybe we've made the mistake of using express VPN. And, uh, we have that now connected up to our homes and we think that that's keeping us safe. [00:07:13] And I got a few things to say about that as well. These VPN services. What happens now while Microsoft remote desktop has been under major attack and there are some major flaws. Some of these were patched more than a year ago now, but according to recent studies, 60%, almost two thirds of businesses have not applied the patches. [00:07:42] You know, th this is basic stuff. And I understand how hard it can be and it can be confusing and you can break your systems, but you have to weigh that against well, what's going to happen if our systems are broken into, because we didn't apply the patch. So that's the second type of ransomware and that's what most people are afraid of and for good reason. [00:08:07] And one of the things we do for businesses and we do ransomware audits, we have a look at your systems, your firewalls, et cetera, and make recommendations to. Man. I got to talk about this too, cause it really upset me this week. I signed up for a webinar just to see what was going on. There's a company out there that sells these marketing systems to managed services providers. [00:08:33] And I, I, I had to turn it off like instantly because it was just such. Garbage that they were telling managed services providers MSPs to do. I couldn't believe it. So this guy was talking about how, again, I turned it back on and I said, Hey, I've got to watch us anyways, because I need to know what's going on. [00:08:54] And this guy was telling these managed services providers, how they can double their clothes. I couldn't believe this guy. Cause he was saying that what they do is they offer to do a ransomware audit for businesses and they say, normally we charge $6,000 to do a ransomware audit, but I tell you what we'll do it for you for. [00:09:20] Now, this is a guy that he had an MSP managed services provider. Apparently he had started it and he was bringing in more than $1 million per month in revenue. Can you imagine that monthly recurring revenue over a million dollars? And so he's telling people businesses, Hey, I have a $6,000 audit that we'll do. [00:09:47] For free, Hey people, how long have we said, if you're not paying for something your, the product remember Facebook, right? Google, Instagram, all of those guys, Twitter, you don't pay for it, but your information is the product. So what's this guy doing well, guess what? His audit, it's going to show his audit. [00:10:10] It's going to show that you need him. And he's sucked in hundreds of businesses and he didn't even know what he was doing when it came to the audits or protecting them. It is insane. What's going on out there. I am ashamed of my industry, absolutely ashamed of it. You know, I've got my first attack, successful attack against my company back in 91 92. [00:10:42] And I learned this stuff because I had to, and I help you guys because I don't want you to get stuck. Like I was so important, important word of advice. If you want to nod it, go to someone that charges you for the audit. That's going to do a real one. It's going to give you real advice that you can really need and use rather than, Hey, you knew do use me. [00:11:11] Because my free audit tells you so, so many scams. [00:11:15] What is ad where in what is crypto, where these are two types of real, kind of bad things. Won't gray areas, things that are hurting us, our mobile devices, our businesses. And our homes. [00:11:32] Adware is also a type of malware that's been around a long time. But it does live in a gray area. [00:11:42] And that gray area is between basically marketing and, uh, well outright fraud. And I don't even want to call it just marketing because it's very aggressive market. What they will do with add where is they? They will have some JavaScript code or something else that's embedded on a webpage, and that's usually how you get it. [00:12:09] And then once it's in, in your browser, it sits there and it pops up things. So it'll pop up an ad for this, pop up an ad for that, even if it's. Uh, part of the site that you're on right now, and it can live for months or years on your computer. We've known for a long time about ad where on the windows environment and how it has just been just terribly annoying at the very least Microsoft and genetic Explorer. [00:12:40] One of the worst web browsers ever. Perpetrated on humankind was well-known for this. And of course, Microsoft got rid of internet Explorer, and then they came up with her own symposer browser, the edge browser that was also openly scorned. And so Microsoft got rid of their edge browser and switched over to basically Google Chrome chromium, and then changed his name to the edge browser. [00:13:11] And so you think you're running edge, but you're kind of not, you kind of are. So they did all of that in order to help with compatibility and also to help with some of these problems that people have had using that Microsoft browser online, very, very big problems. So what can you do about it and what does it do to you and where can be very. [00:13:37] You might've had it before words always popping up again and again and again on your browser, just so crazy knowing it it's insane, but it can also be used to spy on where you're going online and potentially to, to infect you with something even worse. Sometimes some of this ad where we'll purposely click on ads, that the people who gave you the ad were, are using as kind of like a clickbait type thing. [00:14:09] So you go to a website and it was. Automatically click certain ads and click on unbeknownst to you, right? It's as though you went there so that people have to pay for that ad. And sometimes aids are very, very complicated. Sometimes they'll use. In order to drive a competitor out of business or out of the market, because the ads are so expensive because so many people are supposedly clicking on the ads. [00:14:40] But in reality, you didn't click on the ad. You're not going to see that page that you supposedly clicked on, and it's going to cost that advertiser money, whole bunch of money. You might not care. Right. But it is. Ad ware over on the Mac, however, is the only real malware menace at all I had to where is something that choosed fairly frequently on the Mac? [00:15:09] It is pretty darn easy to get rid of. And as a general rule, it doesn't work very well on the Mac. Although I have seen some cases where it got very, very sticky. Where someone ended up installing it, it wasn't just running in the browser, but they installed it on their Mac, which is something you should never do. [00:15:29] But apple has some things in place to help stop any of this from happening. And it's gotten a lot better. I haven't seen this problem in a couple of years, but apple is using the signature based blocking technology called export. They also have at apple, this developer based notarization of apps. And so the run of the mill malware, which includes most of this Al where really can't find a foothold. [00:15:57] But I want to remind everybody that if they can get Al add where onto your computer, they might be able to get something worse. So you really got to keep an eye out for no two ways about it. There are some companies out there, for instance, there's this one. Parrot, which is a program linked to this Israeli marketing firm that gains persistence on your browser and potentially could gain root access to the Mac system. [00:16:30] So careful, careful on all fronts now. Anti-malware stuff that we use for our clients is called amp, which is an advanced malware protection system. That's been developed by our friends over at Cisco it's amp is very, very good. Unfortunately, you cannot get it unless you buy it from somebody like us and you have to buy so many seats for some of this stuff, it gets gets expensive quickly. [00:17:00] Um, if you can't do that much, a lot of people like Malwarebytes, there are some very good things about it, but be careful because in order for this to work, this is Railey parrot software to work. It has a fake install. So again, it's just be careful if you know how apple installed software, you know that unless you have instigated it, it's not going to be installed. [00:17:30] You're not just going to see an installer. And say, Hey, we're apple install us. Right? Apple just does it in the background when it comes to updates patches. But they're very sneaky here trying to install things like the Adobe floor. Player, which has been deprecated. Deprecated is completely now gone from Mac systems and from windows systems, you should not be using flash at all anymore. [00:18:02] It was very, very bad. So up becomes you, you go to wound stole the leaders flash player, or, and I'm sure they're going to change this or something else, right? It won't be flashed in a future. It'll be a Adobe. Would you also don't need on a Mac. So anyhow, that's what you got to be careful of ad were still a big problem in windows. [00:18:25] Not much as much as it used to be. Uh, thanks to the change to Google Chrome, which Microsoft has rebranded as of course its own edge browser. Much of a problem at all on Macs, but be very, very careful in either platform about installing software that you did not start installing. Now earlier this year, there's a security firm called red Canary that found something that's been named silver Sparrow. [00:18:58] That was on a. 30,000 Mac computers. And apparently the developers for this malware had already adapted it to apples and one chip architecture and have distributed this binary, this program as a universal binary. Now in the macro, the member doesn't just use Intel. It used to use power PCs and then it used Intel. [00:19:21] And now it's using its own architecture for the chips themselves. So a universal binary is something that will run on Mac Intel based and Mac architecture base. But, uh, the bottom line is that this proof of concept. Malware, if you will had no payload. So we know it's out there, we seen it now on almost 30,000 Mac computers, but at this point it's not really doing much, much at all. [00:19:53] So. These are malicious search engine results and they're directing victims to download these PKGs, which are Mac packaged format installers based on network connections from your browser shortly before download. So just be very careful about all of that. It can be something as annoying as malware or something as a malicious. [00:20:17] Well, potentially as ransomware. Particularly if you're running windows, Hey, if you want to find out more about this, if you want to get into some of my free courses here, we got free boot camps coming up. Make sure you go to Craig peterson.com/subscribe. More than glad to send you my show notes, a little bit of training, and of course, let you attend these free bootcamps that are now to sell you stuff, but solve problems for you. [00:20:49] Hey, if you use VPNs to try and keep yourself safe, particularly if you use express VPN. Wow. What just came out is incredible. It is anything but safe and secure. [00:21:06] Express VPN was purchased by a company called Cape K A P E. Cape is a company that had changed its name because oh, things were bad. [00:21:19] Right. It was originally founded under the name of cross writer. And you might've seen notices from your anti-malware software over the years for everything from Malwarebytes on saying that, oh, it blew up. To this cross writer piece of malware, most of the time it's ad ware, but it is really interesting to see because this company was founded by a person who was part of the Israeli secret service. Right? So it wasn't of course not. It's not called the secret service over there in Israel. And it, frankly, it compares to our NSA, you know, no such agency. Yeah. It's part of unit 8,200 in the Israeli intelligence military. And it's been dubbed, of course, Israel's NSA. Teddy Saggy, which was one of these investors also was mentioned in the Panama papers. [00:22:24] Remember those? We talked about those back in 2016, those were leaked and that showed these law firm, this one particular law firm in panel. And that we're sheltering assets for people all over the world. And so now that express VPN is owned by this company that is, this company built entirely by intelligence agents for almost a billion. [00:22:55] Dollars in cash and stock purchases. That's a much, they sold express VPN for almost a billion dollars, which is kind of crazy when you think of it as a VPN service, but makes a lot of sense. If you're going to want to monitor what people are doing, where they're going, maybe even break into their systems or better choice than a VPN provider and the. [00:23:20] The company has been buying up VPN providers and is now the proud owner of express VPN. If you attended my VPN workshop that I had, oh, it's probably been a year and I'm going to start doing these again. I promise, I promise. I promise, but you know how much I just like VPNs. In fact, one of you guys, I'm sorry, I forgot your name. [00:23:46] Send me. A couple of weeks ago now about VPNs and saying, I know how much you disliked VPN look at this article. And it was talking about this whole thing with express VPN. So they just now all over the place, the discussions online about what. Been to hear who the founder was, the CEO, the CTO, this growing portfolio that they have in Sunbrella of ownerships, that now is centralized in a multiple VPNs. [00:24:15] Now, Cape technology only started acquiring VPN companies about four years ago. And they've been in business now for over a decade. And what were they doing before? They started buying VPN companies? While they own VPN companies. Oh, they were a major manufacturer and distributor of. Malware of varying types. [00:24:40] Now the first part of the show today, of course, I was explaining some of the differences, like ad words, et cetera, so that you could understand this story. Right? Ghulja that? So you can understand this. That's what these guys have been doing. It's absolutely crazy. So the F the co-founder of Cape technology and former CEO started his career in information technologies while serving in the Israeli defense forces. [00:25:08] As I mentioned, Israeli intelligence Corps under unit 8,200 it's that unit is responsible for. Dean what's called signal intelligence and data decryption. Now we have signal intelligence here as well, and that's basically intercepting signals, figuring out what's being said, what's going on? Where they are, the size of the forces, et cetera. [00:25:32] I have a friend of mine, a young lady who is in signal intelligence in, I think it's the Navy, but every part of our military has it is. However, our military doesn't directly control VPM services like express VPN that can be used in a very big spike capacity. That's what I'm really concerned about. Now. I also, I found an interesting article on zero hedge about this, uh, you know, this company express, VPN being acquired. [00:26:06] But they're also pointing out that companies that were founded by former operatives of unit 8,200. That again, the Israeli version of the NSA included. Ways Elbit systems, which is right in my hometown of Merrimack, New Hampshire and slews of other startups now ways. Right. I, I used ways I recommended people to use it and of course, Google bought it a few years back and that's when I stopped using it, but it was really nice. [00:26:39] It worked really well. And I had no idea the information was likely going to. The Israeli defense Corps. Oh my goodness. There's spy agencies, uh, and a bunch of other startups, by the way. It's estimated that there have been over 1000 stack tech startups that came out of the people working at unit 8,208. [00:27:07] Again, they're CIA NSA, uh, guys, their spine on everybody. You can, you believe that? And they've been bought by a mentioned Google, but other companies like Kodak, PayPal, Facebook, Microsoft have bought them. So in addition to the thousands of companies, according to zero. Uh, unit 8,200 has also fostered close working relationship with the U S government, which you would expect, right? [00:27:33] Edward Snowden. You remember him? He disclosed leaked documents. He obtained, which included an agreement between the NSA and the Israeli defense force. The agreement showed that the U S intelligence. Agency would share information. It collected under domestic surveillance operations with it. Israeli counterpart. [00:27:53] You remember we talked before about the five eyes, seven eyes searching eyes. It's up in the twenties. Now these countries that spy on each other citizens. For the other countries, right? Yeah. Your information might not be collected by the U S government, but the U S government gets it by buying it from private contractors, which it says it can do because we're only barred from collecting it ourselves. [00:28:17] We can use private contractors that collected on you. And also by going in partnership with foreign government. Because again, we can't collect that information, but we can certainly have the Israelis or, or the Brits or the Australians or Canada. They could collect it from. Can you believe this, how they're just stretching these rules to fit in what they want to fit. [00:28:39] Okay. Completely ignoring not only the constitution, but the laws of the United States. It's, it's just absolutely incredible. So critics of this unit, Eddy 200 attested that the Israeli intelligence outfit routinely uses the data received from the NSA by providing it to. Politicians Israeli politicians for the basics of blackmailing. [00:29:06] Yes. Blackmailing others. Yes. Indeed. Other whistle blowers have revealed any two hundreds operations have been able to disrupt Syrian air defense systems, hack Russia. Cap Kaspersky labs. You remember I told you guys don't use Kaspersky antivirus and has outfitted several Israeli embassies with Glendale, seen surveillance systems, cleanse Stein. [00:29:31] However you want to pronounce it. By the time Cape technologies acquired his first VPN company. Uh, the CE original CEO had left and he went on to found cup pie before leaving as it CEO in 2019, it goes on and on, uh, bottom line gas, SWAT express VPN, which is advertised by so many conservatives. Now looks like it is actually part of a spy operation. [00:30:01] So sign up now. Craig peterson.com. Craig peterson.com/subscribe. You're going to want to attend my free VPN webinar. Hey, I don't have anything to sell you when it comes to VPNs. I just want you to know the truth. [00:30:17] Labor shortages are making businesses turn direction. And now that we're laying off people or firing them because they didn't take the jab, what are businesses going to do? Well, I have news for you that reduced workforce, well, guess what?. [00:30:34] U.S. Businesses are really seriously moving to automation. [00:30:39] Now they've been doing this since the start of this whole lockdown. They were doing it even before then. I tell the story of when I was in France, a boom went four or five years ago now, and I stayed off the beaten path. I was not in the touristy areas. I speak French. So I went just where the. I decided to go, my wife and I, so we rented a car and we spent a month just kind of driving around where do we want to go next to, or do we want to go next? [00:31:08] It was a whole lot of fun. And while we were there on a Sunday, I came to realize that these small French towns have no restaurants open on Sunday, nothing at all, talking about a bit of a culture shock. That's not true. There was one restaurant opened in the town and that restaurant was, and McDonald's. [00:31:30] So when I go to McDonald's here a few years ago in France, central France. And when I walk in, there's nobody at the counter, but they're all. Oh, half a dozen kiosks out front. So you go and you order your hamburger, whatever might be, or your drinks, et cetera, right there in the kiosk, you pay for them riding the kiosk. [00:31:53] And there's some people working out back that are then making the hamburgers or the milkshakes or coffee, whatever you ordered and bringing it up to the front. And then they just put her right there for you to grab that simple. And this was of course, pre. Down days, I assume that it has gone even more automated. [00:32:14] Uh, they're in France, but hard to say. And I've seen the same thing here in the us. I was out in Vermont just about a month ago and I was riding with a buddy of mine, motorcycle riding, couple of buddies, actually. And we stopped in this small. Town. And we went to this little breasts, breakfast restaurant and the breakfast restaurant had maybe four or five tables inside. [00:32:42] And you just sat at the table. No waitress came up, but there's little sign with the QR code. So it said a scan, the QR code to get started. So you scanned it, it knew based on the QR code, which table you were at, and it showed you the menu that was in effect right then and there. So the lunch menu or the breakfast or the all day, you got to pick it and then you selected what you wanted. [00:33:08] It used whatever payment you wanted. I used apple pay. And in order to pay for my breakfast and my buddy ordered what he wanted. And then out came a waitress who delivered the food. Once it was already in the drinks, it was very automated. It allowed them to cut back on some people and others, this small restaurant, they probably had one last waitress, but when you kind of had in the shifts. [00:33:33] Days and vacation days is probably two waitresses. So they're saving some serious money because a system like this that you just scan a QR code and do the order and it prints up in the kitchen is cheap compared to hiring. Well, of course, it's hard to hire people, especially in the restaurant industry nowadays heck and in my business where we go in and we do analysis of computer networks and systems, it's almost impossible to find people that are really well qualified that understand the regulations that apply to these different businesses. [00:34:10] So it's like, forget about it. There's more than a million of these jobs open right now. And just in this cybersecurity. Well, September mark, the end of the real lockdown induced unemployment benefits workers. Didn't just flood the labor market as we kind of expected. And we have now few, we have more people now. [00:34:38] Who are out of the workforce. Who've decided not to look for a job than we did in 2008. So that's telling you something 2008 during the great recession. Interesting things are about to happen, but there's a great little article that I found in. Times this week, and it's talking about this quality local products company out of Chicago, the prince logos on merchandise, like t-shirts water bottles, you know, the little stress balls, all of that sort of stuff. [00:35:10] And he said prior to the pandemic, we had over 120 employees. That's the co-founder talk in there. And he said, Primary focus was on growth. We simply plugged any holes or any efficiencies that we could along the way with human capital, bringing people in. But once the lockdown happened, of course, all of a sudden now you don't have the access to employees you had before. [00:35:36] So they had a huge decrease also in business. So those two went hand in hand. They let a lot of people go and they use the opportunity to program many of the previous manual and human controlled activities into computers. So now 18 months later, yeah, two weeks to flatten the curve. Right? 18 months later, the company employees, 83 workers. [00:36:03] And as managing a workload, that's pretty much the same as pre lockdown. So they went from over 120 employees down to 83. So basically they cut 40 employees from the workforce. That's a whole lot of quarter of the workforce gone. They don't need them anymore. So that's going to help produce more profits for them. [00:36:27] A lot more profits. Cause usually automating. Yeah, it can be painful, but it usually has major paybacks and that's exactly what it had for them. And they're saying that they anticipate that they can reduce employees even more by the end of this year and get their head count below. 50 now 50 is a magic number. [00:36:48] So it was a hundred when it comes to employees. Well, one is like the biggest magic number because when, once you have one employee, you all of a sudden have to comply with all kinds of rules, regulations, state, local, federal. But if you hit 50 employees, you have the next step of major new regulations that are gonna affect your business. [00:37:09] And then when you hit a hundred employees, Even more, so many people try and keep their businesses below 50 employees because it's just not worth it to have all of those regulations, additional regulation, taxes, and everything else. Another company, this is a California based property management. The managing more than 90,000 commercial and residential properties. [00:37:33] And what they've done is they added a chat feature to the website, the company's called sea breeze. And he says, even though we have the live chat, you can still reach us outside of business hours. Well, You are using the chat or you can call us either way, but they're saying people like the simple form and someone gets back to them as soon as they can. [00:37:57] So they're avoiding now having staff available 24 7 to respond to chat messages and to respond to the voicemails and phone calls that come in. So it's pretty good all the way around, frankly, new shopping models are in place. I'm looking at a picture of a business and it has. Of course, a window up front and in the window they have jewelry. [00:38:21] This is a jewelry store and they've got QR codes in front of each of these pieces of jewelry right on the inside of the window. So if you're interested in finding out more about that piece of jewelry, Just scan the QR code. It'll take you to the right page on their website and we'll even let you buy the jewelry and they will mail it to you again. [00:38:46] How's that for? Great. If you have a business in a tourist jury area and you don't want to be open until 11:00 PM at night, your story can keep selling for you. Even when you're close. This is window shopping, taken to an extreme, very simple. To do as well. This company is called full me waiter. Obviously they've got a bit of a sea theme here. [00:39:10] So once someone orders the jewelry and the other merchandise sent right to them, or they can have it set for pickup in the store, when they next open it's phenomenal. They're calling. Alfresco shopping space, right from the sidewalk. So businesses again are returning to pre pandemic levels and he, this guy is available in the store by appointment only he's loving it. [00:39:37] And he says that customers have been so satisfied with this QR code window shopping contract. That he wrote a guidebook. You can get it@scantshopsolution.com or excuse me, scan, just shop solution.com. I misread that. So any retailers who want to use this method, if you don't know what QR codes are, or you don't know how to code it into a website, et cetera, she's got webinars she's taught on it and she's got the guide book. [00:40:05] I think this is great. Right? So she's now making some money on. Explain to other people, how she did this. It's phenomenal across industries. Epic times is saying the staffing shortages could be temporary, but as firms are further embracing, embracing automation and all of its benefits, some of these jobs that people just don't want anymore may actually be going away. [00:40:33] And I think this is ultimately a problem. We had, uh, you know, again, I'm older generation, right? Us baby boomers. We had opportunities when we were younger. I had newspaper routes. I had the biggest drought in the area. I can't remember. It was like 120 homes. It was huge. It took me hours to do, but I made money. [00:40:56] I learned how to interact with people. I knew, I learned how to do bill collection, how important it was not to let customers get too far behind on their bills. Although I have been slack on that one, I'm afraid, but it helped me out a lot. So, what are kids going to do that need to learn a work ethic that need to be able to have a job, make the mistakes, maybe get fired a once or twice or, or three times maybe learn how to interact with customers. [00:41:27] Everyone, I think can benefit from some retail experience. Get that when you're young and if these jobs don't exist, then. Or the younger generations here, are they just going to be trying to find jobs they can do with Instagram? Right? They're all I know. A few kids who have said, well, I'm a social media influencer and you look them up and okay. [00:41:50] So they got a thousand people following them. I have far more than that, but you know, it, that's not a job. It's not going to last. Your looks are only going to last so long. Right now you start having a family and you start working hard outdoors, et cetera. There's a lot of things that make that all go away. [00:42:09] So I think many businesses now we're going to continue to accelerate our plans program out and. A lot of weld pain positions, as well as these entry-level positions in the next five or 10 years. Really? I don't even know if it's going to be 10 years retool retrain our workforce, or everyone's going to be in for a world of hurt. [00:42:33] Hey, make sure you subscribe. So you're not in a world of hurt. Get my latest in news, especially tech news and cybersecurity. Craig peterson.com. [00:42:46] In this day and age, if you don't have a burner identity, you are really risking things from having your identities stolen through these business, email compromises. It's really crazy. That's what we're going to talk about. [00:43:03] An important part of keeping ourselves safe in this day and age really is con to confuse the hackers. The hackers are out there. They're trying to do some things. For instance, like business, email compromise. It is one of the biggest crimes out there today. You know, you hear about ransomware and. It hits the news legitimately. [00:43:26] It's very scary. It can really destroy your business and it can hurt you badly. If you're an individual you don't want ransomware. Well, how about those emails that come in? I just got an email in fact, from a listener this week and they got a phone call. His wife answered and it was Amazon on the phone and Amazon said, Hey, listen, your account's been hacked. [00:43:54] We need to clear it up so that your identity doesn't get stolen. And there's a fee for this. It's a $500 fee. And what you have to do is just go to amazon.com. Buy a gift card and we'll then take that gift card number from you. And we'll use that as the fee to help recover your stolen information. So she went ahead and did it. [00:44:20] She went ahead and did all of the things that the hackers wanted and now they had a gift card. Thank you very much. We'll follow up on this and. Now she told her husband, and of course this isn't a sex specific thing, right. It could have happened to either one. My dad fell for one of these scams as well. [00:44:44] So she told her husband or her husband looked at what had happened and said, oh my gosh, I don't think this is right. Let me tell you, first of all, Amazon, your bank, various credit card companies are not going to call you on the phone. They'll send you a message right. From their app, which is usually how I get notified about something. [00:45:10] Or they will send an email to the registered to email that. Uh, that you set up on that account. So that email address then is used by them to contact you right. Pretty simple. Or they might send you a text message. If you've registered a phone for notifications, that's how they contact you. It's like the IRS. [00:45:35] I was at a trade show and I was on the floor. We were exhausted. And I got no less than six phone calls from a lady claiming to be from the IRS and I needed to pay right away. And if I didn't pay right away, they were going to seize everything. And so all I had to do. Buy a gift card, a visa gift card, give her the number and she would use that to pay the taxes it and this lady had a, an American accent to one that you would recognize. [00:46:10] I'm sure. And it's not something that they do now. They do send emails, as I said. So the part of the problem with sending emails is, is it really them? Are they sending a legitimate email to a legitimate email address? Always a good question. Well, here's the answer. Yeah, they'll do that. But how do you know that it isn't a hacker sending you the email? [00:46:42] It can get pretty complicated. Looking into the email headers, trying to track. Where did this come from? Which email servers did it go through? Was it authenticated? Did we accept? Did the, uh, the provider use proper records in their DNS, the SPIF, et cetera, to make sure that it's legitimate. Right? How do you follow up on that? [00:47:07] That's what we do for our clients. And it gets pretty complicated looking at DKMS and everything else to verify that it was legitimate, making sure that the email came from a registered MX server from the, the real center. There is a way around this. And this has to do with the identities, having these fake burner identities. [00:47:33] I've been doing this for decades myself, but now it's easy enough for anybody to be able to do. There are some services out there. And one of the more recommended ones. And this is even the New York times, they have an article about this. They prefer something called simple log-in. You can find them online. [00:47:57] You can go to simple login dot I O. To get started now it's pretty darn cool. Cause they're using, what's called open source software it's software. Anybody can examine to figure out is this legitimate or not? And of course it is legitimate, but, uh, they it's, it's all out there for the whole world to see. [00:48:17] And that means it's less likely in some ways to be hacked. There are people who argue that having open source software means even more. In some ways you are, but most ways you're not, anyways, it doesn't matter. Simple login.io. Now, why would you consider doing this? Uh, something like simple login? Well, simple login is nice because it allows you to create dozens and dozens of different email address. [00:48:51] And the idea is with simple log-in it will forward the email to you at your real email address. So let's say you're doing some online shopping. You can go ahead and set up an email address for, you know, whatever it is, shopping company.com, uh, that you're going to use a shopping company.com. So you'd go there. [00:49:13] You put in two simple log-in, uh, I want to create a new identity and you tag what it's for, and then you then go to some, um, you know, shopping company.com and use the email address that was generated for you by simple login. Now you're a simple login again. Is it going to be tied into your real email account, wherever that might be if using proton mail, which is a very secure email system, or if using outlook or heaven forbid Gmail or one of these others, the email will be forwarded to you. [00:49:52] You will be able to see that indeed that email was sent to your. Shopping company.com email address or your bank of America, email address, et cetera, et cetera, that makes it much easier for you to be able to tell, was this a legitimate email? In other words, if your bank's really trying to get ahold of you, and they're going to send you an email, they're going to send you an email to an address that you use exclusive. [00:50:22] For bank of America. In reality, you only have the one email box that is over there on wherever proton, mail, outlook, Gmail, your business. You only have that one box you have to look at, but the email is sent to simple login. Does that make sense? You guys, so you can create a, these alias email boxes. It will go ahead and forward. [00:50:49] Any emails sent to them, to you, and you'll be able to tell if this was indeed from the company, because that's the only place that you use that email address. That makes it simple, but you don't have to maintain dozens or hundreds of email accounts. You only have the one email account. And by the way, you can respond to the email using that special aliased email address that you created for the shopping company or bank of America or TD or whomever. [00:51:22] It might be, you can send from that address as well. So check it out online, simple log-in dot IO. I really liked this idea. It has been used by a lot of people over, out there. Now here's one other thing that it does for you, and this is important as well. Not using the same email address. Everywhere means that when the hackers get your email address from shopping company.com or wherever, right. [00:51:56] pets.com, you name it. They can not take that and put it together with other information and use that for business, email compromise. Does that make sense? It's it makes it pretty simple, pretty straightforward. Don't get caught in the whole business email compromise thing. It can really, really hurt you. [00:52:19] And it has, it's one of the worst things out there right now, dollar for dollar it's right up there. It, by the way is one of the ways they get ransomware into your systems. So be very careful about that. Always use a different email address for every. Website you sign up for. Oh, and they do have paid plans like a $30 a year plan over at simple IO will get you unlimited aliases, unlimited mailboxes, even your own domain name. [00:52:50] So it makes it pretty simple, pretty handy. There's other things you might want to do for instance, use virtual credit cards. And we'll talk about those a little bit. As well, because I, I think this is very important. Hey, I want to remind everybody that I have started putting together some trainings. [00:53:12] You're going to get a little training at least once a week, and we're going to put all of that into. We have been calling our newsletter. I think we might change the name of it a little bit, but you'll be getting those every week. And the only way to get those is to be on that email list. Go to Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [00:53:35] Please do that right. I am not going to harass you. I'm not going to be one of those. And I've never been one of those internet. Marketers is sending you multiple dozens of emails a day, but I do want to keep you up to date. So stick around, we will be back here in just a couple of minutes. And of course you're listening to Craig Peterson. [00:53:59] And again, the website, Craig peterson.com stick around because we'll be right back. [00:54:05] One of the best ways to preserve your security on line is by using what we're calling burner identities, something that I've been doing for more than 30 years. We're going to talk more about how to do that right. [00:54:20] We've talked about email and how important that is. I want to talk now about fake identities. Now, a lot of people get worried about it. It sounds like it's something that might be kind of sketchy, but it is not to use fake identities in order to confuse the hackers in order to make it. So they really can't do the things that they. [00:54:46] To do they can't send you fishing ear emails, particularly spear phishing emails. That'll catch you off guard because you're using a fake. How do you do that? Well, I mentioned to you before that I have a thousands of fake identities that I created using census data. And I'm going to tell you how you can do it as well. [00:55:13] Right? There's a website out there called fake name a generator. You'll find it online@fakenamegenerator.com. I'm on that page right now. And I'm looking at a randomly generated identity. It has the option right on this page to specify the sex. And it says random by default, the name set, I chose American the country United States. [00:55:44] So it is applying both American and Hispanic names to this creative. And now remember it's doing the creation based on census data and some other public data, but it is not giving you one identity of any real. I think that's important to remember, and you're not going to use these identities for illegal purposes. [00:56:11] And that includes, obviously when you set up a bank account, you have to use your real name. However, you don't have to use your. If you will real email address, you can use things like simple login that will forward the email to you, but we'll let you know who was sent to. And if you only use that one email address for the bank, then you know that it came from the bank or the email address was stolen from the bank. [00:56:40] Right. All of that stuff. We've talked about that already. So in this case, The name has come up with for me is Maurice D St. George in Jacksonville, Florida even gives an address, uh, in this case it's 36 54 Willis avenue in Jacksonville, Florida. So if I go right now, Uh, two, I'm going to do use Google maps and I am going to put in that address. [00:57:11] Here we go. Jacksonville willows avenue, all the guests. What there is a Willis avenue in Jacksonville, and it's showing hoes from Google street view. Let me pull that up even bigger. And there it is. So ta-da, it looks like it gave me. Fairly real address. Now the address it gave me was 36 54, which does not exist. [00:57:40] There is a 365, but anyways, so it is a fake street address. So that's good to know some, if I were to use this, then I'm going to get my. Uh, my mail saying why about I pass? So, uh, Maurissa tells you what Maurice means, which is kind of neat. It'll give you a mother's maiden name. Gremillion is what a gave me here, a social security number. [00:58:06] So it creates one that passes what's called a check sum test. So that if you put it into a computer system, it's going to do a real quick check and say, yeah, it looks. To me. So it's was not just the right number of digits. It also passes the check, some tasks. Well-known how to do a check sum on their social security numbers. [00:58:27] So again, it's no big deal. And remember, you're not going to use this to defraud anyone. You're going to use this for websites that don't really need to know, kind of give me a break. Why do you need all this information? It gives me a phone number with the right area code. Uh, and so I'm going to go ahead and look up this phone number right now. [00:58:50] Remember, use duck, duck go. Some people will use Google search and it says the phone number gave me is a robo call. As I slide down, there's some complaints on that. Uh, so there you go. So they giving us a phone number that is not a real person's phone number, country code, of course one, cause I said United state birth date. [00:59:13] Oh, I was born October 7th, year, 2000. I'm 20 years old. And that means I'm a Libra. Hey, look at all this stuff. So it's giving me an email address, which is a real email address that you can click to activate or right there. Again, I mentioned the simple login.io earlier, but you can do a right here and it's got a username and created for me a password, which is actually a pretty deep. [00:59:41] The password. It's a random one, a website for me, my browser user agent, a MasterCard, a fake MasterCard number with an expiration and a CVC to code all of this stuff. My height is five six on kind of short for. Uh, my weight is 186 pounds own negative blood type ups tracking number Western union number MoneyGram number. [01:00:11] My favorite color is blue and I drive a 2004 Kia Sorento and it also has a unique ID. And, uh, you can use that wherever you want. So the reason I brought this up again, it's called fake name generator.com is when you are going to a website where there is no legal responsibility for you to tell them the true. [01:00:39] You can use this. And so I've, I've used it all over the place. For instance, get hub where you have, uh, it's a site that allows you to have software projects as you're developing software. So you can put stuff in, get hub. Well, they don't know to know, need to know who I really am. Now they have a credit card number for me. [01:01:01] Because I'm on a paid plan. I pay every month, but guess what? It isn't my real credit card number. It isn't the number that I got from fake name generator. My credit card company allows me to generate either a single use credit card numbers, or in this case, a credit card. Number four, get hub doc. So just as an example, that's how I use it. [01:01:24] So if get hub gets hacked, the hackers have an email address and a name that tipped me off right away, where this is coming from. And if the email didn't come from GitHub by no, they either sold my information to a marketing company, or this is a hacker. Trying to manipulate me through some form of his fishing scheme. [01:01:47] So I know you guys are the breasts and best and brightest. A lot of you understand what I'm talking about and I'm talking about how you can create a burner identity. And let me tell you, it is more important today to create a burner identity. Then it has ever been at any point in the past because frankly burner identities are one of the ways that you can really mess up some of the marketing firms out there that are trying to put the information together, these data aggregator companies, and also the hackers. [01:02:24] And it's really the hackers that were off up against here. And we're trying to prevent them from. Getting all of this information. So when we come back, I want to talk about the next step, which is which credit cards can you get? These single use card numbers from? Should you consider using PayPal when my Google voice be a really good alternative for you? [01:02:52] So we're going to get into all of that stuff. Stick around in the meantime, make sure you go to Craig peterson.com/subscribe. Get my newsletter. All of this. Is in there. It makes it simple. It's a simple thing to do. Craig peterson.com. And if you have any questions, just email me M e@craigpeterson.com. [01:03:20] Having your credit card stolen can be a real problem for any one of us. It gives the bad guys, a lot of options to spend a lot of money very quickly. We're going to talk right now about virtual credit cards. What are they, what does it mean? [01:03:37] Virtual credit cards come in two basic forms. [01:03:41] One is a single use credit card, which was quite popular back when these things first came out and another one is a virtual credit card that has either a specific life. In other words, it's only good for 30 days or that can be used until you cancel it. If you have a credit card, a visa, MasterCard, American express discover all of the major card issuers will give you the ability to reverse any charges that might come onto your cards. [01:04:19] If your card is stolen or missing. Now that makes it quite easy. Doesn't it? I want to point out that if you're using a debit card, as opposed to a credit card, there's not much challenging you can do with the credit card. You can say, I am not going to make my pain. And, uh, because of this, that, and the other thing, this was stolen, et cetera, they can file it as a disputed charge. [01:04:46] They can do an investigation find out. Yeah. I'm you probably were not at a bus terminal down in Mexico city, which happened to me. 'cause I was up here in New Hampshire, quite a ways down to Mexico city. And so they just reversed it out. That money never came out of my bank account because it was on a credit card. [01:05:08] If I were using a debit card. That money would have come right out of my account. Now, mind you, a bus ticket in Mexico city is not very expensive, but many people have had charges of many thousands of dollars. And if you need that money in your checking account, and you're using a debit card, you got a problem because your check for, well, if you ever have to pay rent again, red check is going. [01:05:38] Bound because they just empty it out to your bank account. So now you have to fight with the bank, get the money back. They will, they will eventually refund it, but it could make some of you. Transactions that you might've written a check or something, it'll make them bounce. And that could be a real problem. [01:05:57] These, it could make them bounce. So using a credit card is typically less of a hassle online. So why would you want to use a virtual card or also known as a master credit card? Masked and may S K E D? Well, the main reason behind this is to allow you. Control payment. I've used them. In fact, I use them exclusively on every website online. [01:06:29] And I'm going to tell you the names of some of them here in just a couple of minutes, but I use them all of the time. And part of the reason is let's say, I want to camp. Uh, service. Have you ever tried to cancel a service before and you have to call them many times, right. And so you're, you're arguing with somebody overseas somewhere who doesn't want you to close the account. [01:06:53] And of course the. Bump you up to the next level person who also doesn't want you to close the account. And so you have to fuss fuss, fuss, fuss. Have you ever had that experience and I'm sure you have. It just happens all the time. So with using the virtual credit card, Well, the advantage to me is, Hey, if you are going to try and fight with me, I don't care because I'm just going to cancel that credit card number. [01:07:24] So I don't have to cancel my credit card. I don't have to have the company reissue credit card for me. I don't have to do any of this sort of thing that makes my life pretty easy. Doesn't it? And so, because of that, I am now I think in a much better. Place, because it just, I don't have to fight with people anymore. [01:07:43] So that's one of the reasons I used it. The other big reason is if it gets stolen, they can cause less harm. Some of these credit card it's virtual credit cards are set up in such a way that you can limit the amount that's charged on them. Do you like that? So if you are using it on a site that maybe is charging you $50 a month, no problem. [01:08:09] $50 a month comes off of the credit card. And if someone tries to charge more bounces and then hopefully you find out, wait a minute, it just bounced on me right now. Then next step up is okay. It bounced and. Uh, I am just going to cancel the card and then you issue a new credit card number for that website. [01:08:32] So an example. In my case has get hub.com. We keep software up there and they charge me every month if get hub were to get hacked and that credit card number stolen I'm I really don't care because there's almost nothing that can happen. And if good hub doesn't properly cancel. My account, I can just cancel the credit card and, you know, let them come after me. [01:08:57] Right. This isn't going to happen. So then it's also called a master credit card number because it's a little safer than using your real credit card details. I also want to point out something about debit card. I went for years with no credit cards at all. Nowadays, many of my vendors will take a credit card for payment. [01:09:20] And in fact, give me a bit of a better deal. And then with the credit card, I can get 2% cash back, which I use to pay down the credit card. Right. It couldn't get any better than that, but when you're using a debit card, what I always. Is I had two accounts that I could transfer money between at the bank. [01:09:42] So I had one checking account. That was my main operating, if you will account. And then I had another checking account where I would be. Just moving money out of it. Or you could even do it with a savings account, but some banks, they only let you do so many transactions a month on a savings account. So the idea is I know that I have this much in credit card obligate while debit card obligations for this month, that money is going to be coming out. [01:10:11] So I make sure that. In the debit card account to cover the legitimate transactions I know are coming up and then I keep everything else in the other account. And then I manually transferred over every month. So that's how I dealt with the whole debit card thing. And it worked really well for me. Bottom line. [01:10:30] I think it's a really great. So there you go, who are the companies that you can use to do this? I've used some of these before all of them have worked really well. If you have a capital one credit card, they have something called Eno, E N O, and it's available to all capital one card. You know, even has an extension for your web browsers. [01:10:59] So if it notices you're on a webpage, it's asking for credit card number, it'll pop up and say, do you want me to create a credit card number or a virtual one for this websites you can make your payment. Does it get much easier than that? Citibank has something they call a virtual credit cards available to all Citibank card holders, master pass by MasterCard. [01:11:23] That's available to any MasterCard visa, American express discover Diner's club card holders, credit, debit, and prepaid cards by their way. So you might want to check that one out. Uh, yeah, so that's the only one I see on my list here. That will do it for debit cards, Masterpass by MasterCard American express checkouts, available to all American express card holders. [01:11:51] Chase pay available to all chase card holders, Wells Fargo, wallet, uh, visa checkouts, available to all visa, MasterCard, and American express and discover color card holders, credit and debit cards. Plus. Prepaid cards. Okay. So it does do the debit cards as well. Final that's all owned by Goldman Sachs and is not accepting any new applicants and entro pay. [01:12:19] Also not accepting new applicants. There's a couple online. You might also want to check out our Pyne. Premium Al buying. I'm buying a, B I N E blur premium. You might want to check that out as well. All right, everybody make sure you check me out. Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [01:12:43] We're going to wrap up how you should be using these burner identities of few more tips and tricks that are going to help keep you safe from the hackers that are out there. So here we go. [01:12:58] There are a lot of hackers out there. [01:13:01] The numbers are just astounding. The cost of these hackers coming in and stealing our information is just unbelievable. And it goes all the way from big corporations, from things like the colonial pipeline, the U S government all the way on down through you and me. I want to tell you a little story about a friend of mine. [01:13:28] He is about 75 years old and he supplements his income by driving for Uber eats and one other company. And so what he'll do is someone puts in an order for food somewhere. He'll go pick it up and then he'll drive it to where whoever wanted wanted, whoever ordered it. Now, there are. Pricing number of scams with this. [01:13:55] So he's very careful about some of that orders, a cookie, for instance, because it's usually a bit of a scam anyways, we won't get into those, but I'll tell you what happened to him. His information was stolen online as it was probably yours. Mine I know was as well. So it's all stolen. What do you do? While in his case, what ended up happening is they managed to get into his email account. [01:14:27] Once they're in his email account, they now had access to the emails he was getting from one of these companies. Now it wasn't the Uber eats guy. He was, there was another company. So let's just explain this a little bit. Uber eats sends him a request for him to go ahead and do a double. So, you know, go to the restaurant, pick it up and take it to this client's house. [01:14:54] And in order for him to register, he had to register an email address. Now, of course, he uses the same email address for everything, all of the. Now, personally, that drives me a little bit insane, but that's what he does. And he has just a few passwords. Now. He writes them down a little book and heaven forbid he ever lose the book so that he can remember them. [01:15:24] He just wants to keep his life simple. Right. He's 75. He's not technophobic, but you know, he's not up on all of this stuff. What he found was a paycheck didn't show. And it was an $800 paycheck. We're talking about real money that he should have had in his. It didn't show up. So he calls up the company and says what happened to my paycheck and their record show? [01:15:53] Yes, indeed. It had been paid. We paid you, we deposited right into your account. Just like you asked. Yeah. You know, ACH into the account. Great. Wonderful. What had happened is bad guys had gone, gained control of his email address and use that now. Because they figured, well, I see some emails in his account from this food delivery service, so, well, let's try and see if this email address that we're looking at right now. [01:16:26] All of his emails let's look and see. Okay. Yeah. Same. Email address and same password as a used ad at this email address. Yeah, it worked. Okay. Great. So now we have access to this guys food delivery account. So they changed. The bank account number now, easy enough to confirm, right. They change it and send you an email. [01:16:54] Hey, I want to make sure that it was you until the bad guys, the hackers click out, yada yada. Yeah, it was me and then delete the email. So he doesn't see it. And now his $800 paycheck. In fact, I think there were a couple of different checks is deposited directly into the bad guy's bank account and. The money of course is transferred out pretty quickly. [01:17:18] Now the, that guys, these hackers are using what are called mules. You might be familiar with that in the drug trade. They'll have a third party deliver the drugs just to mule. They don't know what all is going on. They probably know the delivering drugs in this case, most of the meals are useful idiots of which there are many in this country. [01:17:43] Unfortunate. Uh, political and otherwise. And these people are convinced that all they need to do is transfer the money into this account so that the hackers can then pull it out. And you know, now they're going to take care of their grandmother who is stuck in the hospital and they have no way to pay for it. [01:18:07] And they can't transfer the money out of the country during. That's one of the stories they use for people. And in many cases, these meals know what they're doing. The FBI earlier this year arrested a whole group of mules out in California that were purposefully transferring the money. They knew what they were doing. [01:18:28] So his money was now out of the country. No way to get it. And this food delivery company was not about to pay him. So it, isn't just the big guys it's you and me as well. So what I want to talk about right now is multi-factor authentication. Now. You guys are the best and brightest. I hope you understand this. [01:18:54] If you have questions, please reach out to me. I am more than

Cinema Eclectica | Movies From All Walks Of Life
40: Pop Screen: Videodrome (with Rob Simpson & Mick Snowden)

Cinema Eclectica | Movies From All Walks Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 70:12


It's the most wonderful time of the year - Halloween, obviously - and Pop Screen is convening Graham, Rob and Mick to discuss one of the all-time great horror movies featuring a pop star - David Cronenberg's Videodrome, featuring Blondie's Debbie Harry as a media psychotherapist who discovers a conspiracy to use video signals to suppress the new flesh. And what is the new flesh? We've all watched this film more than once and we're still not sure. It might want for a coherent narrative, but it's damn good at basically everything else - not least the gore, which practically requires us to sing the praises of the film's genius make-up designer Rick Baker. Listen to the show to find out how Baker became perhaps the only person to gross out David Cronenberg, as well as what our favourite Cronenberg movies are. We also find time to discuss the movie's censorship history, praise Debbie Harry's performance, and roast her character's frankly sub-par therapy skills. If you want to help us build a Brian O'Blivion-scale podcast library, you can donate to our Patreon, where you get a monthly bonus episode of Pop Screen, access to our other movie podcast Director's Lottery, Graham's twice-weekly Doctor Who reviews, and more. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more news. #popscreen #moviereviews #videodrome #deborahharry #blondie #horror #bodyhorror #davidcronenberg #jameswoods #rickbaker

Rebel Wisdom
Sensemaking & Complexity, Dave Snowden

Rebel Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 61:57


Dave Snowden is one of the originators of the field of sensemaking, and the creator of influential frameworks such as the Cynefin model. In this conversation with David Fuller, he talks about the origin of his work, and how it applies to the pandemic landscape. You can find out more about Dave's work here: https://www.cognitive-edge.com/  

Cage Rage - A Nicolas Cage Podcast
Episode 72 - SNOWDEN (2016) feat. ALEXANDRA HADDOW

Cage Rage - A Nicolas Cage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 67:42


In this episode, Darryl and this weeks guest, writer and stand-up comedian, Alexandra Haddow, get all political as they chat about SNOWDEN (2016)!Darryl gives Alexandra a crash course in Cage history, we talk about his Razzie nomination for 'Worst Supporting Actor' despite him being in the movie for about 3 minutes and what we actually remember from when the Snowden story broke!LINKS:Alexandra on TWITTERAlexandra on INSTAGRAMCAGE RAGE on TWITTER CAGE RAGE on INSTAGRAMListen to CAGE RAGE HERE!Remember to subscribe to the podcast and if you are listening somewhere that you can also leave a rating (i.e APPLE or PODCHASER), please consider rating 5-stars as it helps the podcast grow!Follow me on LETTERBOXDKeep on, keep on Cagin' - it's all you have to do!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/cage-rage-a-nicolas-cage-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Project Resurrection
BHoP#063 The Pinkerton Owners‘ Circumscription Society

Project Resurrection

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 68:10


Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about preparing for economic collapse and answer a listener question about reading books. They then delve into the history of surveillance in early America: its technological limitations, its use before and during WWI, the growing desire for surveillance with increasing ethnic and ideological diversity, increasing possibility for surveillance with advances in technology and the urbanization of the American population, and finally, how slavery to the system is its ultimate goal. Further research on surveillance: James Bamford, Edward Snowden, William Binney. Visit our website -  A Brief History of Power Many thanks to our sponsors, Blessed Sacrament Lutheran Church in Hayden, ID and Our Savior Lutheran Church and School in Pagosa Springs, CO Dr Koontz - Agrarian, Egghead -  Concordia Theological Seminary Fort Wayne Rev Fisk - Author, Fanatic - St Paul Rockford Music thanks to Verny

RSN Racing Pulse
Peter Snowden -Saturday's Cox Plate

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 5:31


Captivant is the other three-year-old in the field and will be looking to turn the tables on Anamoe in Saturday's Cox Plate when he jumps from barrier 1

Central Michigan Life Podcasts
Soundcheck S7 E6: Outsider Music

Central Michigan Life Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 90:39


This time on Soundcheck, Ben, Michael and Brody take a trip through the weird, weird world of outsider music. You'll know it when you hear it! Featured Artists: Daniel Johnston, The Shaggs, Three Beat Slide, Wesley Willis, Tiny Tim, Jandek, Hasil Adkins, The Legendary Stardust Cowboy, Bobby Frank Brown, Wild Man Fischer, Ed & Alice Gorin, Eilert Pilarm, Highway 61, Ramsey Kearney, The Cramps, B.J. Snowden, Bobb Trimble, Kindness, Texas

PR Talk
Tech Policy and Our Society with Matt Perault

PR Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:12


This week's episode of the PR Talk podcast features Amy's interview with Matt Perault during a recent Rotary Club of Portland meeting. The Oregon Ethics in Business committee hosted this fascinating conversation about the impact of technological policies on today's society during the October 12th luncheon. Matt Perault, the director of the Center on Technology Policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, drew on his varied experience at Facebook, the Congressional Oversight Panel, Duke University and UNC to discuss the societal impact of issues-based decision making in tech policy—such as human rights, antitrust, surveillance and the Snowden disclosures at Facebook. See the write-up at https://www.veracityagency.com/podcast/tech-policy-and-our-society/

Cinema Eclectica | Movies From All Walks Of Life
38: Pop Screen: Antebellum (with Mick Snowden)

Cinema Eclectica | Movies From All Walks Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 52:21


Well, we're certainly not pro-bellum. This week Mick from Behold! pod joins us again to look at a film that seems to have everything going for it: a pair of hotly-tipped debuting directors, a provocative, mind-bending premise, and a quality cast. Even more promisingly, that quality cast is headed up by Janelle Monae, who Graham cites as the only musician capable of filling the void left by Prince and David Bowie. And yet Antebellum received a tepid reaction on release, and Graham and Mick are here to figure out what went wrong. Among the suspects: its gorgeous but showy visual style, its absolute forehead-slapper of a twist and - the ultimate sin - not doing right by Janelle Monae, and what she means to the culture. Yet there's also room to talk about the film's positive elements, as well as an extended detour around the Wikipedia page for the short-lived 1970s band The Normal. For some reason. We can't possibly segue from that, so let's cut to the chase: we've got a Patreon, and if you donate to that Patreon you get loads of stuff including a monthly bonus episode of this very podcast - this month's is about Bubba Ho-Tep - our other movie podcast Director's Lottery, Graham's twice-weekly Doctor Who reviews, and more. For more information, follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. #popscreen #moviereviews #bushandrentz #janellemonae #horror #antebellum #jenamalone #gaboureysidibe

Red Line Radio
Packers Week w/ Kris Versteeg for Blackhawks Opener

Red Line Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 89:56


White Sox Dave is ready to move on after a disappointing end to his 2021 season that concludes with Edward Snowden joining the banned list. Helping us move forward is Bears vs Packers after a delightful win against the Raiders. Even so we're cautious for the time being. Nobody say the P word. WE SAID DONT SAY IT. Afterwards we're joined by Stanley Cup Champion Kris Versteeg for some amazing stories leading into the Blackhawks season. Perfectly balanced episode to get us going for the weekend. All Gas No Brakes.

Cyberhelden
Cyberhelden 35 - Peter Koop (deel 2)

Cyberhelden

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:14


8 jaar na de onthullingen van Edward Snowden kijken we in 2 delen nog eens terug wat die nu precies inhielden. Luistert de NSA nou alles af of viel dat best mee? En wat is er nu precies veranderd na de onthullingen? Dat doe ik met niemand minder dan Cyberheld Peter Koops, die minitieus alle data die gelekt is onderzocht heeft.

Blind Spot
Episode 122: The Late and Great

Blind Spot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 35:24


Joe goes on a rant about late vs. early people, we break down Edward Snowden's bizarre blanket habits, and we ask if you ever really know a person. It's a great listening experience. 

MetaPod
Episode 31. Nick Hilton of The Town That Knew Too Much

MetaPod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:26


“A podcast documentary about Cheltenham, the home of British spying, and the cracks of lying and deception that run through this seemingly perfect Cotswolds town.”The Town That Knew Too Much shines a light on the English town of Cheltenham and how the “pomp and ceremony” of this upper-middle-class town has been “subverted in the seedy world of espionage” since Government Communications Headquarters or “GC HQ” made its home there.Over seven episodes, Nick Hilton features various characters associated with Britain's spy and state intelligence history, including Alan Turing, Geoffrey Prime, Gareth Williams, and Edward Snowden.The story also includes an episode about Kit Williams, author and creator of the Masquerade book and treasure hunt – and the Wishing Fish Clock, which resides in Cheltenham.The second in Nick Hilton's “Town” series, The Town That Knew Too Much continues with a “light-hearted, whimsical, tangential” documentary tone that is informative and entertaining. Also much like the first series, The Town That Didn't Stare, The Town That Knew Too Much presents complex themes and issues related to technology, the Internet, society and self.In this episode of MetaPod, we talk to Nick Hilton about some of the overarching themes of The Town That Knew Too Much, such as privacy, data collection, the internet, Big Tech, the Snowden leaks and the state.We also discuss opinions on technology and privacy, from both the media and the public perspectives. Nick also tells us about the interactive elements that he built into the podcast. To conclude, Kevin asks Nick if he would ever like to be a spy. Obviously.

Sittadel Podcast
31 - Pegasus Spyware

Sittadel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:33


We know your location, see your pictures, listen in on your microphone, and even get into your encrypted chat. But we only use that for good! (Okay, except for that one time...) Are we fighting fire with fire or becoming the very thing we defend against? Israeli based cyber intelligence company NSO Group is a billion-dollar business that helps law enforcement agencies and governments learn everything about innocent and guilty citizens alike in the name of protecting the virtuous. Cyber weapons like Pegasus represent a moral tradeoff. The intended use is to curb human trafficking or intervene before violent crimes are committed, but it comes at the cost of invading the privacy of good-doing citizens. We're quick to accept this risk when weapons are wielded by the armed forces that defend countries, but the NSO Group is motivated by profits as much as any other private company. What we called spyware in the 90s has become the way modern advertising works, and that lets platform holders more finely target the spaghetti they throw at the wall. Now it's angel hair pasta, and everything is sticking. The ethics of doing business today are directly tied to the ethics of cybersecurity. As Nate discusses in the episode, he often finds himself caught between the creative ambition of an artist and catering to what will sell. To pay the bills, Nate has to sacrifice a bit of creative freedom. When companies profit from circumventing the security systems that keep us safe, it's a much greater sacrifice. This is not a new challenge, but privacy has entered a new frontier of technological reliance. In this episode, we discuss zero day vulnerabilities, Pegasus Spyware, NSO Group, Edward Snowden, Spysweeper, Privacy concerns, mobile security, law enforcement, wardriving, and WIFI security. Use our contact form or tweet us @sittadelpodcast to start the conversation on how Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions can play a role in protecting your information (and if you're a business, there's a good chance you're already paying for one you've never set up).

The Babylon Bee
Animal Crossing is Demonic | A Bee Interview With James Poulos

The Babylon Bee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 61:56


The Claremont Institute's James Poulos talks about how Animal Crossing is destroying your soul and how your smartphone is crossing into the demonic. James Poulos is the Executive Editor of the American Mind, the Claremont Institute's online publication. He is a frequent commentator on technology, the American character, and social scores for Kyle and Ethan.  Check out BetterHelp.com/BabylonBee for 10% off Kyle and Ethan start out the interview by playing a few icebreakers with James to get to know him better. Since James speaks about our dystopian future, Kyle and Ethan find out which dystopian movie world he would want to live in. James talks about the spiritual warfare taking place within technology. He gives his thoughts on the new social scores the government will want to use for the population in the near future. Kyle and Ethan find out how difficult it is to keep a high score in our dystopian future. Kyle and Ethan have James explain the Great Reset using Mario characters.  In the Subscriber Portion, Kyle and Ethan find out James' thoughts on the best videogames of all time. Ethan finds out about what it's like to be on the Bill Maher show. James gives his thoughts on Edward Snowden and how it affected America. Kyle and Ethan ask the ever great 10 questions and get a great Keanu Reeves story out of James. 

Cryptocast | BNR
189 A: Op weg naar een all time high?

Cryptocast | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 23:29


Bitcoin zit weer vol in de lift en een nieuw hoogtepunt lijkt aanstaande. Tegelijkertijd blijven altcoins achter? Wat zit er achter deze marktbewegingen? Ook bespreken we de situatie van cryptovaluta in Afghanistan. Aan de ene kant vrezen veel bedrijven in het land voor het ingrijpen van de Taliban. Aan de andere kant is bitcoin voor veel Afghanen ook een belangrijk middel om waarde te behouden en te versturen. Te gast is Rutger van Zuidam, samen met co-host Krijn Soeteman.

GlobalCryptoPress.com - Cryptocurrency News Live
Edward Snowden Warns Of Bitcoin's EVIL TWIN a Tool Of 'Crypto-Facists'...

GlobalCryptoPress.com - Cryptocurrency News Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 1:59


All the latest cryptocurrency news live, crypto prices, breaking bitcoin news and altcoin news from the official Global Crypto Press Association. https://www.globalcryptopress.com/2021/10/edward-snowden-warns-of-bitcoins-evil.html personal blogBreaking Crypto News

Backpacking America
Episode 143: Facebook Whistleblower

Backpacking America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:40


Frances Haugen, also known as the Facebook Whistleblower, rose to national attention out of thin air exposing many of the corrupt policies of Facebook and voicing concerns about the sites safety for children and its practices eroding democracy at home and stoking ethnic tensions and harm abroad. For such a broad assault on this very powerful and wealthy company, why is she given positive attention by the government and minimal pushback from Facebook? If Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, and Julian Assange are hunted down and in jeopardy of death why does Haugen get a verified Twitter and celebrity status? Want to see more BPA content & show your support?: https://linktr.ee/BackpackingAmerica SHOP: https://bpapodcast.threadless.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/backpackingamerica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bpapodcasting Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bpapodcasting Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/backpackingamerica YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBW87amp3o6j0Zfi3yPYuw Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2IpWT8Xh8BkTIlNw7oBap7?si=fTtnuf5gSomjedJoBhgydw Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZC5jby9iYWNrcGFja2luZy1hbWVyaWNh?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjf9erVsZXuAhW0D1kFHTnXAr0Q9sEGegQIARAE

Cyberhelden
Cyberhelden 34 - Peter Koop (deel 1)

Cyberhelden

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 33:18


8 jaar na de onthullingen van Edward Snowden kijken we in 2 delen nog eens terug wat die nu precies inhielden. Luistert de NSA nou alles af of viel dat best mee? En wat is er nu precies veranderd na de onthullingen? Dat doe ik met niemand minder dan Cyberheld Peter Koops, die minitieus alle data die gelekt is onderzocht heeft.

Muddied Waters Media
Episode 215 - The Term Whistleblower is Getting Looser

Muddied Waters Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 126:00


Remember when Edward Snowden risked everything to say the government was spying on us? Well, now it takes so much less to be a whistleblower. Also, Biden is about to break Trump's record, and he should be ashamed, the debt limit is about to be reached, and pilots are being grounded. Plus, a Personal Injury Attorney Chris Reynolds Attorney-at-Law anchor Call-in-Moment! Subscribe to Muddied Waters Media: anchor.fm/muddiedwaters/subscribe Visit our store: muddiedwatersmedia.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/muddiedwaters/message

Unsafe Space
[Episode 0649] [#Covfefe Break] Gabby Petito, Pandora Papers, #LetsGoBrandon, and Julian Assange; w/ Sunny Lohmann

Unsafe Space

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 113:29


Carter is joined by guest host Sunny Lohmann. They begin by diving into the Gabby Petito story, challenging the notion that the extensive media coverage the case has been given is evidence of "missing white woman syndrome." Sunny asserts that feminism was responsible for the failure of police to intervene further than they did, and Carter inquires about why people stay in abusive relationships. This leads to a discussion about abuse, manipulation, and Adverse Childhood Experience scores. Next, they tackle the increasing "rule by men" rather than "rule by law" that has resulted from an overly complicated legal code and psychologically litigious society. The two then analyze the "Let's Go, Brandon" euphemism for "F*ck Joe Biden" that has become popularized in recent days, citing it as a reason to have hope about the American population and its relation to the Cathedral. They briefly cover the much-hyped "Pandora Papers," the indemnification status of pharmaceutical companies, and the CIA's secret plans to kidnap and/or assassinate Julian Assange. After a discussion about why Edward Snowden is a hero, they end by considering that leaders of private companies like Facebook are not, in fact, the heroic free market icons that many fans of Ayn Rand make them out to be. The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0649 Links Referenced in the Show: Let's Go Brandon!: https://twitter.com/TrumpJew2/status/1444460915802484737 The Pandora papers: https://www.icij.org/investigations/pandora-papers/global-investigation-tax-havens-offshore/ CIA's plot against Assange: https://news.yahoo.com/kidnapping-assassination-and-a-london-shoot-out-inside-the-ci-as-secret-war-plans-against-wiki-leaks-090057786.html John Hasnas' The Myth of the Rule of Law: http://docshare01.docshare.tips/files/5694/56948824.pdf Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop

During the Break
Chas Snowden - Karen McMahon on DTB! Food - Relationships - Business - Advice!

During the Break

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 67:24


Chas Snowden owns Fearlessly Authentic - Karen McMahon owns Journey Beyond Divorce. Both are coaches! In this episode they share how they got to where they are - the challenges and rewards of owning a business and coaching - and they give some advice around relationships and food moving into the holidays! === THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Guardian Investment Advisors: https://giaplantoday.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
9-30-21 - Will Snowden, Alpha Recruits - How has the momentum that BYU has been riding helped them in the recruiting game?

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 21:22


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

Messy Times
If You Don't Speak Up for Lt. Col. Stu Scheller, Who is Going to Speak Up for You?

Messy Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 5:08


The Biden Unity Government has imprisoned in solitary confinement Lt. Col. Stu Scheller, a Marine officer with 17 years of service to this country. His "crime?" Speaking truth to the increasingly intolerant power occupying the Oval Office. He must be freed instantly and honorably discharged. In a nation which celebrates the evil traitor Ed Snowden and lavishes praise on Hanoi Jane instead of requiring her to have spent the last 50 years in prison for treason, how on earth are we permitting this Administration to torture a fine officer and his wife and three young children? Call your Congressmen and Senators and contact the President directly here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/ To help his family, #StandwithStu at https://pipehitterfoundation.org/who-we-support/lt-col-scheller/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/messytimes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/messytimes/support

The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency  News Podcast
Sept 28: Crypto Connect, Social Tokens, Senate Mining Watchdog

The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 10:55


Follow The Decrypt Daily Twitter: @decryptmedia Website: Decrypt.co Follow me on : Twitter: @MatthewDiemer IG: @MatthewADiemer FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/thedecryptdaily FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedecryptdaily Email: MatthewAaron@Decrypt.co Matthew Diemer For Congress OH16 Diemerforcongress.com https://secure.actblue.com/donate/diemer-personal SuperBid Link
https://www.superbid.io —————————————————————— Roll Raises $10M to Expand Social Tokens Service for Creators https://decrypt.co/82080/roll-raises-10m-expand-social-tokens-service-creators Women-Led Professional Network Wants to Help Crypto Reconnect After COVID https://decrypt.co/82065/women-led-professional-network-wants-help-crypto-reconnect-after-covid Far-Right Activists Raise Millions in Bitcoin, Monero: AP https://decrypt.co/82086/far-right-activists-raise-millions-bitcoin-monero-ap Filecoin Group Grants $5.8 Million to Edward Snowden's Press Freedom Foundation https://decrypt.co/82056/filecoin-group-grants-million-edward-snowden-press-freedom-foundation AMD CEO: Crypto Miners 'Not a Large Piece of Our Business' https://decrypt.co/82079/amd-ceo-crypto-miners-not-large-piece-our-business US Senators Launch Bill to Keep Tabs on Overseas Crypto Mining https://decrypt.co/82083/us-senators-launch-bill-keep-tabs-overseas-crypto-mining Morgan Stanley Is Bullish on 'Crypto Bank' Silvergate https://decrypt.co/82041/morgan-stanley-is-bullish-crypto-bank-silvergate Coin of the Day https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/usdx-lighthouse/ —————————————————————— Music: Say Good Night by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/2RzhBOn Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SZkVShypKgM Track: Future Disco — Vendredi [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/zW2bU3ZnL9Q Free Download / Stream: https://alplus.io/future-disco Here comes the money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0ZpesMYF6A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n695sgmV3EQ Coins sound effect no copyright https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPzV4gqx34A https://twitter.com/trippybunnynft?lang=en —————————————————————— Financial Disclosure: Matthew Aaron is a holder of cryptocurrencies, digital assets, and other stocks. *** this is not financial or legal advice*** © Copyright 2021 Matthew Aaron Podcasts LLC All Rights Reserved

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse
BEN SCHNETZER: It's More Important To Be Excited Than It Is To Be Exciting

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 61:21


Born in New York, and having grown up with two actor parents, Ben Schnetzer never saw acting as any different from any other 9 to 5 job. Starting out in school plays, Ben recalls how his parents supported him from a young age and encouraged him to lead his own way when it came to his craft. Taking a year-long break after high school, Ben attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the U.K. and recalls the obstacles he encountered during his early years of auditioning. Landing his first major series on ABC's “Happy Town,” Ben shares the experience of his first screen test and how he eventually learned to overcome audition nerves. Since then, Ben has racked up a slew of credits in films such as “Snowden,” “Pride,” “Warcraft,” “The Book Thief,” “Goat,” “The Giant,” as well as a lead role in the newly released FX television drama series, “Y: The Last Man.” Today, Ben dives into the art of self tapes and how actors can use them to their advantage as the new auditioning norm during the pandemic. He offers tips on what is helpful for actors to look for when watching playback of their tapes, and what to refrain from agonizing over. Going even deeper, Ben offers insight into what it really means when casting says they know if you're right for the role within the first 20 seconds of your tape. More than anything, Ben stresses the importance of taking the work seriously, rather than taking yourself too seriously. He reminds artists that our characters are a construct in another person's story, and we can only control the level of work that we put into our craft and the rest is out of our hands. Ben knows what it means to be excited about the work, to fall in love with the journey, and reminds actors everywhere that there is value to be found in feeling lost from time to time. Guest links: IMDB: Ben Schnetzer INSTAGRAM: @benschnetzer For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newsletter at AlyshiaOchse.com. And don't forget to snap and post a photo while listening to the show and tag me (@alyshiaochse)! Show Links: COURSE: You Booked, Now What?? (Sep 21) CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher Credits: WRITER: Erin McCluskey SOUND DESIGN: Zachary Jameson WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Bebe Katsenes

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove
I'm Speaking: Diane Janosek, Women in CyberSecurity.

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 44:53


CyberSecurity, Confidence, and Charisma.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Diane Janosek, Training Director for The National Cryptologic School at The National Security Agency. Diane talks about her journey from practicing law to loving cybersecurity. She also discusses her involvement in nation-shaping moments such as the Bill Clinton impeachment and the Snowden disclosures. Finally, we learn how Diane's drive has compelled her to take the CISSP, grow Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS), and read voraciously about what will affect her nation next. QUOTES “You gotta have confidence, and if you don't have it you gotta fake it because otherwise you're gonna be eaten alive. So, it is a learned behavior. Even for an introvert, it's all about just knowing who you are, what you have to offer, and you're not gonna compromise. ”– Diane Janosek [21:40] “There's so many things that you can make a lifetime out of, so just find what you're interested in, find your passion, meet people that are doing it, and just network as much as you can.”– Diane Janosek [39:44] “Everybody wants to [...] have sense of belonging, a sense of purpose, that they're contributing to something bigger than themselves - and having a professional organization of camaraderie and a sense of community in your area of discipline is really important.”– Diane Janosek [32:19]   TIMESTAMPS  [00:04] Intro [04:12] Getting to Know Diane [05:17] Fitting into People's Expectations [07:48] Journey From Law to Cybersecurity [11:18] Working with Janet Reno [12:40] Impeachment of Bill Clinton [13:59] Starting with the NSA [16:34] Becoming Chief Legal Officer of Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board [18:58] Gaining a Passion for Cybersecurity [20:35] Charisma of Powerful People [23:40] Skill Set Needed for Network and Information Security [24:32] Taking the CISSP [28:03] Why Technical Competency Matters as a Woman [29:30] Diane's Family [30:55] Women in Cybersecurity [34:42] Books that Influenced Diane [36:07] Diane's Reading Habits [39:14] Advice to Younger Professionals [40:36] Diane's Creative Outlet [44:31] Outro RESOURCES https://www.wicys.org/ (Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS)) https://www.cybher.org/cybher-warrior-awards/ (CybHER Warrior Awards) https://www.mdcyber.com/ (Cybersecurity Association of Maryland) https://dreamport.tech/ (Dreamport) https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/ronald-reagan/ (Former President Ronald Reagan) https://www.history.com/topics/us-government/checks-and-balances (Checks and Balances) https://www.justice.gov/ (Department of Justice) https://www.justice.gov/ag/bio/reno-janet (Janet Reno) https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/president-clinton-impeached (Impeachment of Bill Clinton) https://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/stories/1999/01/19/transcripts/ (Chuck Ruff) https://www.defense.gov/Our-Story/Biographies/Biography/Article/1531067/general-paul-m-nakasone/ (General Paul M Nakasone) https://schar.gmu.edu/profiles/rdeitz (Robert Deitz) https://www.pclob.gov/ (Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board) https://www.law.nyu.edu/centers/ija-oral-history/wald (Judge Patricia Wald) https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/barack-obama/ (Former President Barack Obama) https://www.cgap.org/about/people/david-medine (David Medine) https://www.c-span.org/person/?1017594/RachelLBrand (Rachel Brand) https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/donald-j-trump/ (Former President Donald Trump) https://www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/nov/01/snowden-nsa-files-surveillance-revelations-decoded (Snowden Disclosures) https://ni-u.edu/wp/ (National Intelligence University) https://www.supremecourt.gov/about/biographyginsburg.aspx (Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) https://www.brennancenter.org/sites/default/files/analysis/Government%20Surveillance%20Factsheet.pdf (Section 702 and Section 215)...

Two Guys From Hollywood
EP.36: SEASON ONE FINALE - A Conversation with Oliver Stone

Two Guys From Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 53:58


We've reached the final episode of Season One! And to close out this spectacular season, we've brought in a legendary guest. His work has been widely discussed, taught, debated and examined for decades, and he's not slowing down anytime soon. Joining the conversation this week is academy award winning writer, director and producer Oliver Stone. His movies such as Platoon, Wall Street, Natural Born Killers, JFK, Snowden - amongst many others - have changed the way we view, discuss and understand difficult topics such as war, politics, money and greed. His newly released memoir, Chasing the Light, was a huge success and on this episode he not only teases what a second book could entail, but shares rare anecdotes from set on many of his classic films, reflects on working with stars such as Tom Cruise, and talks about life as a director who follows the facts...not the fads. Tune in for an insightful and intellectual conversation about our theme this week, Art Imitating Life, and enjoy a behind the scenes look into one of the most brilliant creative minds of a generation. As always, we have a guest-inspired cocktail of the week! This week enjoy THE SPICY GIN BLOSSOM. Find the full recipe and more on @twoguysfromhollywood on Instagram, and @TGFHPodcast on Twitter and Facebook. Cheers!   FOLLOW HIM ON SOCIAL MEDIA:  Twitter: @TheOliverStone Instagram: @officialoliverstone Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheOliverStone   AND READ BOOK:  https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Light-Directing-Surviving-Midnight/dp/0358346231   Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Creative Principles
Ep312 - Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Writer-Director ‘Don Jon' and Apple's ‘Mr. Corman'

Creative Principles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 33:47


Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is best known for his role as Tommy on 3rd Rock from the Sun and for movies like 500 Days of Summer, Inception, 50/50, The Dark Knight Rises, Looper, Lincoln, and Snowden. In this interview, we discuss Joseph's work as a writer-director, for the film Don Jon and the new series Mr. Corman. In the 2013 film that co-stars Scarlett Johansson, “A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love.” In Mr. Corman, the story follows the life of a public school teacher in San Fernando Valley. In addition to creating the series for Apple, Joseph also stars as Josh Corman. Debra Winger plays his mother. Juno Temple plays his ex. Arturo Castro plays his roommate. During this interview, Joseph talks about how underlying themes create characters, luck versus hard work, adapting stories to include real-world events, balancing a multitude of creative urges with Hit Record, and how to write dialogue actors want to read. If it's your first time listening, make sure to subscribe and visit my new website for information on the YouTube channel, the blog, this podcast, and my new book ‘Ink by the Barrel' which takes advice from these 200+ interviews at the link below… Follow us on Instagram: @creativeprinciples If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!

The Nerd Cantina Show
Emmy's, Snowden, Snoop's NFT stash, and Space News- TNCS Ep 172

The Nerd Cantina Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 62:33


We are back after one week off.  Steve recaps his time with Neil deGrasse Tyson and we recap the latest in entertainment in tech.   We ask that you support the show in any way possible.  You can like, share, rate or comment on any of the various social media and podcast players.  Join the conversation in our closed Facebook group at https://www.thenerdcantina.com/community, or become a patron on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/thenerdcantina) where a pledge of as little as $1 will get you a free sticker.   Visit and subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKXYWzoYKvoZopZLX8YA0Bg   Hawkeye trailerhttps://gizmodo.com/hawkeye-s-first-trailer-takes-aim-with-marvel-s-kate-an-1845853684  Nerd shows did OK at the Emmy'shttps://nerdist.com/article/emmys-2021-winners-genre-tv-wandavision-lovecraft-country-mandalorian/  Christopher Nolan Bombshell: Director Talking To Multiple Studios On Film He'll Direct About J. Robert Oppenheimer & Development Of The A-Bomb In WWIIhttps://deadline.com/2021/09/christopher-nolan-next-movie-development-of-atom-bomb-robert-oppenheimer-world-war-ii-1234829960/ HackRead: Edward Snowden urges users to stop using ExpressVPN.https://www.hackread.com/edward-snowden-stop-using-expressvpn/ Inside Project Ravenhttps://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-spying-raven/  Bitcoin Magazine: Snowden Urges Nations To Embrace Bitcoin.https://bitcoinmagazine.com/markets/snowden-urges-nations-to-embrace-bitc Snoop is a secret crypto and NFT whalehttps://decrypt.co/81478/snoop-dogg-ethereum-nft-whale-cozomo-medici?fbclid=IwAR1g__Ozi2Mr06x4dXTMc9aYEWupo3VdQq78E3ZQcR_eVE3C-ZvC8NpKB_o  Treasury unleashes cryptocurrency sanctions to fight ransomwarehttps://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/21/treasury-cryptocurrency-sanctions-ransomware-513391?fbclid=IwAR0-pYeT-4gNL0WVA156mYmVKLmR_QtgfR17KsZ1Ahciv-2RmC4hmoZjwhc  Apple can't force developers to use the app store for purchases.https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/10/epic-games-v-apple-judge-reaches-decision-.html?__source=iosappshare%7Ccom.apple.UIKit.activity.CopyToPasteboard  AI-generated influencer earns sponsorshttps://www.allkpop.com/article/2021/09/social-media-influencer-model-created-from-artificial-intelligence-lands-100-sponsorships  Slate: Scammers Are Using Deepfake Videos Now.https://slate.com/technology/2021/09/deepfake-video-scams.html  Facebook's program for VIPs allows politicians and celebs to break its rules, report sayshttps://www.engadget.com/facebook-vip-cross-check-xcheck-181720267.html?fbclid=IwAR3Uv5gyDKJiMmlNc5TN-HRjDqU4wl_nqGBPm9FksANIOLUbwrqYnEVpjJQ  Ars Technica: Amazon slams SpaceX, tells FCC that Musk-led companies are rule-breakers.https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/09/amazon-slams-spacex-tells-fcc-that-musk-led-companies-are-rule-breakers/  Ars Technica: SpaceX calls Amazon's protest of Starlink plan an irrelevant “diatribe”.https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/09/spacex-calls-amazons-protest-of-starlink-plan-an-irrelevant-diatribe/  SpaceX launches four people to orbit in company's first-ever tourism missionhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/09/15/tech/spacex-inspiration-4-space-tourism-mission-launch-scn/index.html  Space debris to be cleaned by the Wozhttps://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/apple-founder-wozniak-space-debris-company-b1919747.html?utm_source=reddit.com 

Vox's The Weeds
Means testing our patience

Vox's The Weeds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 57:42


Dylan, German, and Jerusalem discuss means testing and work requirements after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) suggested their inclusion in one of Biden's legacy priorities: the expanded child tax credit. Right now Democrats in Congress are trying to hammer out a 10-year, $3.5 trillion budget that includes an extension of the federal child tax credit; expanding Medicare to include dental, vision, and hearing aids; additional resources for home care workers; a slew of climate change measures; and much more.   Resources: “The Time Tax” by Annie Lowrey (The Atlantic; July 27, 2021) “We're Still Here” by Jennifer Silva “‘Neoliberalism has really ruptured': Adam Tooze on the legacy of 2020” by Zack Beauchamp (Vox.com; September 9, 2021) “Are we automating racism?” by Joss Fong (Vox.com; March 31, 2021) “AIs Islamophobia problem” by Sigal Samuel (Vox.com; September 18, 2021) White Paper: “New Evidence on Redlining by Federal Housing Programs in the 1930s” by Price V. Fishback, Jonathan Rose, Kenneth A. Snowden, and Thomas Storrs Hosts: Dylan Matthews (@dylanmatt), Senior Correspondent Jerusalem Demsas (@JerusalemDemsas), Policy Reporter, Vox German Lopez (@germanrlopez), Senior Correspondent, Vox Credits: Sofi LaLonde, Producer & Engineer Amber Hall, Deputy Editorial Director of Talk Podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weeds-newsletter  Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Let's Talk About Stuff!
213. High Five That Hand - THE FEAR STREET TRILOGY (2021)

Let's Talk About Stuff!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 122:36


On today's show, we're talking about ALL 3 MOVIES in Netflix's recently released Fear Street trilogy: 1994, 1978 & 1666 (40:54 - SPOILERS)! Other stuff discussed: Snowden (2016 film), Vacation Friends (2021 Hulu), the trailer for the upcoming Hawkeye Disney+ series, the band Earth, Wind & Fire, Pepsi's new Soda Shop flavors, Captain Planet, Steven is cool now, Brent has a favorite Transformer & of course... LTAS Presents: RAPPIN' JESUS. Email: LetsTalkAboutStuffPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @LTASpod Follow Steven on Twitter & Letterboxd: @stevenfisher22 Follow Brent on Twitter & Instagram: @BrentHibbard Please rate & review us! (5-stars is appreciated!) CRUNCH ON THAT MUNCH.

Hans & Scotty G.
Hans & Scotty G - September 14, 2021 - Will Snowden, Former BYU RB

Hans & Scotty G.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 21:47


Former BYU RB Will Snowden joined the show to discuss BYU's win over Utah, expectations for BYU's game against Arizona State and if he expects Utah's staff to turn things around.

Southern Fried True Crime
126: The Snowden Murders

Southern Fried True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 36:15


A prominent southern family made their mark in Memphis, Tennessee and the tiny town of Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas with descendents dating back to the Civil War. Known for their philanthropy as much as their prosperity, the Snowden family were pillars of their community. They were eccentric and fun-loving, but also duty bound to their family name and heritage. And then the same man, 24 years apart, wrought tragedy into their storied history. Hosted and produced by Erica KelleyResearched & Written by Hannah NewcombAdditional Research by Haley GrayOriginal Graphic Art by Coley HornerOriginal Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma RadioEdited & Mixed by Resonate RecordingsEpisode Suggested by Jennifer Conway Sponsors: BetterHelp.com/southern The Audiochuck Podcast, Red CollarSources: https://www.southernfriedtruecrime.com/126-the-snowden-murdersMerch | Donate | In the Media:https://southernfriedtruecrime.com@southfriedtruth (Twitter) @southernfriedtruecrime (Insta)

The Ezra Klein Show
We're Living in the World the War on Terror Built

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 58:15


The Sept, 11 attacks might have taken place almost 20 years ago, but we're still living in the America that the war on terror built. Its legacy is not just mass surveillance and drone strikes but birtherism, nativism and Donald Trump. And much of it has been — and continues to be — a bipartisan effort.That's the argument of Spencer Ackerman's new book, “Reign of Terror.” Ackerman is the author of the newsletter Forever Wars, a contributing editor at The Daily Beast, and a member of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team at The Guardian that reported on Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations. In “Reign of Terror,” Ackerman takes all he's reported on and wraps it into one sweeping argument: We are still in the 9/11 era, and that's all the more true because we've come to take so much of it for granted.We discuss the connection between Sept. 11 and birtherism, the scope of mass surveillance, the ethics of drone strikes, how Trump understood the war on terror's moral core better than its architects did, the messy choices of national security, the ways America's belief in its own innocence makes it less safe, Barack Obama's complicated relationship with the fight against terrorism, the emergence of a genuinely left-wing foreign policy movement, the coalescing bipartisan consensus around a cold war with China, and much more.Book recommendations: American War by Omar El AkkadThe Jakarta Method by Vincent BevinsOverheated by Kate AronoffThe New Gods by Jack Kirby Lazarus by Greg Rucka and Michael LarkRise of the Black Panther by Evan Narcisse and Ta-Nehisi CoatesYou can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of "The Ezra Klein Show" at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein.Thoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Michelle Harris; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Jeff Geld, audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin.