Hackers will eventually "overfish” the pool of ransomware victims. At some point there will be so many attacks that most institutions will have no choice but to respond.
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Basketball is a team game, so it's harder to throw or fix than a tennis match. Still, a clumsy foul or two in the last minute could alter the point spread without affecting the final result.
If you don’t already know, Clubhouse is a year-old social media service consisting of virtual "rooms” where people can talk to each other — by voice.
The biggest problem for an open-access regime is how to ensure good refereeing, which if done correctly raises the quality of academic papers.
The problem is that, especially in the last year, the EU has become a less workable political union, especially for the U.K.
It might it be easier for the government to subsidize battery research, rather than pre-ordering particular battery units for later distribution? Maybe so, and it would be smart policy.
Some parts of the economy will struggle even after most of the dangers of the virus have passed.
The prevalence of "superspreaders" may well show the naive nature of ideas of safety.
Are there any China accommodationists left in Washington?
One country has done more than any other to stop the spread of the coronavirus.