The FBI is hoping that its hunt for Capitol rioters will go viral, a cryptocurrency con lets its perpetrator live the high life… for a while, and just what does Facebook have against cows and a team of cricketers?
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by BBC technology correspondent Zoe Kleinman.
Zoe Kleinman – @zsk
- The FBI Wants You To Make These Photos Of Capitol Insurrectionists Go Viral — Huffington Post.
- Capitol Violence — FBI.
- Sedition Hunters.
- Boston Bombing: The Anatomy of a Misinformation Disaster — The Atlantic.
- Iced Earth’s singer and bassist quit band "in response to recent events and circumstances" — NME.
- Capitol Insurrection: More Than 230 People Charged And What We Know About Them — NPR.
- 'Overtly sexual' cow blocked as Facebook ad — BBC News.
- What is Stefan Qin’s edge in crypto? Fraud, says the SEC — Digital Finance.
- Founder Of $90 Million Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund Charged With Securities Fraud And Pleads Guilty In Federal Court — Department of Justice.
- A crypto kid had a $23,000-a-month condo. Then the feds came — Fortune.
- Radio Garden — Explore live radio by rotating the globe.
- On Her Majesty's Secret Service mind control scene — YouTube.
- Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema — BBC.
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