Wednesday, July 03, 2024

Assange: I Broke the Law But the Law Is Wrong

Assange: I Broke the Law But the Law Is WrongConsortium News. Commentary

The Aussie suburbs Chinese property buyers can't get enough of - as real estate expert reveals why more are heading Down Under

AI-Generated Tax Advice Is Not (Yet) Making the Grade

The 42-year-old allegedly harvested “dozens” of personal credentials from people that tried to connect to the insecure and fraudulent free wifi networks.

Australian Federal Police cybercrime investigators allege that the networks were operated “at airports in Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide, on domestic flights and at locations linked to the man’s previous employment.”

WA man faces charges for alleged evil twin attack

Maldives climate minister arrested for performing ‘black magic’ on President Muizzu First Post

Influencer's huge tax bill after admitting she 'didn't know how to pay taxes' when starting a career