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“Video games cause violence,” a pixelated representation of President Trump declares in the boss battle of a forthcoming video game about the 2020 election, ” … and so do I.” Presidential elections have devolved into the equivalent of reality show contests driven by a 24/7 media cycle, so it was probably only natural that we …
Well, this is reassuring. The midterms are almost upon us, the country is still reeling from the revelations associated with hackers meddling in the 2016 presidential election. And, somehow, most states still have glaring security holes in their election offices that will probably stay that way through the midterms.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence just declassified a report on Russia’s bevy of election-swinging tricks that it rolled out in the lead-up to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, and it’s downright horrifying. The investigation, which was conducted at the behest of President Obama in early December, highlights the seemingly countless number of …
President Obama has ordered a review of cyber attacks and foreign intervention into the 2016 presidential election, to be delivered before he leaves office, according to Reuters. The news was confirmed by homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco at an event on Friday morning.
The problem of fake news and the US election has been reported to death by this point. We’ve blamed Facebook, Google, the fake news writers, and the world’s racist Facebook-sharing uncles by this point. But one group that hasn’t been blamed yet is the Russians, and it’s about time that we did something about that. …
While all of the country is coming to terms with what happened last night, T-Mobile CEO John Legere has reason to be feeling particularly woozy. You see, not so long ago, Legere and Trump got into a rather unsavoury Twitter war, and T-Mobile could well feel the consequences.
We’re still digesting the outcome of last night’s results, but reactions from world leaders and significant figures are starting to trickle in. Clinton has already taken the stage to officially concede, but one place remains particularly tight-lipped: the White House. According to Politico, “There is no plan at the White House. They also never thought this …
Apparently this election cycle has only been running for two years, even if it feels like two decades. We’ve had debates, leaked tapes, attack ads, apology ads, bad tweets, FBI investigations, email hacks and a new cold war. But tomorrow, it’s all going to end. In one last attempt to sway voters, the Clinton and …