Year: 2022

The saga of the collapse of the fraud scheme that was known as FTX is far from over, but the key players in that fraud are starting to show if they have enough sense to save their own bacon.

For example, the face of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, clearly has little sense. Any lawyer worth their salt would have repeatedly told their client to shut the hell up when they are on the hook for BILLIONS missing due to fraud and money laundering.

We’ve visited and revisited numerous issues relating to the alleged COVID vaccines, their efficacy, side effects or harms, and especially policy like mandates or passports. But there’s one point, in particular, we need to revisit.

When Donald Trump was president, most progs said they wouldn’t get the vaccine because – get this, science! That was their messaging, up and down the fourth estate. And it showed up in polling.

Media/left’s attempts at undermining a possible pre-election Wuhan coronavirus vaccine are working, according to a recent CBS News poll: https://t.

A federal judge will release FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried on $250 million bond.
Judge Gabriel Gorenstein said Bankman-Fried will be under “strict” supervision following his release to his parents’ house until his trial next year.
According to reports, the bond was secured by equity in his family home and assets from his parents and “two other individuals.”
Sam Bankman-Fried was extradited to the United States after his arrest in the Bahamas.

There are few things the fractious community of cybersecurity experts and researchers can agree on. One of the rare exceptions is the need for more widespread use of software bills of materials, or SBOMs, a tool that lists the components of a given piece of software. 
With that information in hand, cybersecurity defenders are far better positioned to find and fix bugs. Though they are far from widely deployed, the use of SBOMs has been endorsed by a who’s-who of the cybersecurity community.