The Pentagon accidentally retweeted an activist’s tweet calling for President Donald Trump to resign. And yes, we mean that literally.
The tweet from @ProudResister — because of course — said Trump should leave the White House due to sexual assault allegations against him, like those facing Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and Democratic Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota.
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In his new, obsessively documented mission to gather (and probably, in some way, monetize) the authenticity of Common People, Facebook’s putty-faced CEO is doing exactly what common people do: showing up to places uninvited, unannounced, and demanding absolute secrecy from strangers.
As Amy Dudley, one of Zuckerberg’s handlers and a former aide to Tim Kaine and Joe Biden, explained to The Wall Street Journal in a new article about the tour’s organization:
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Earlier this week, everyone fell for 86-year-old nan May Ashworth and her elegant manners.
Her grandson, 25-year-old Ben John from Wigan, had stumbled across one of May’s recent Google searches on her open laptop and he couldn’t resist sharing a screenshot on Twitter.
It was possibly the most polite search request Google has ever received.
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The short version: I’m loading over 1 billion breached accounts into HIBP. These are from 2 different “combo lists”, collections of email addresses and passwords from all sorts of different locations. I’ve verified their accuracy (including my own record in one of them) and many hundreds of millions of the email addresses are not already in HIBP. Because of the nature of the data coming from different places, if you’re in there then treat it as a reminder that your data is out there circulating around and that you need to go and get yourself a password manager and create strong, unique passwords.
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Naked pictures of “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson remained on the blog Celeb Jihad, even though she threatened them with legal action, but the English star didn’t pay attention to the stolen X-rated photos. Instead, she promoted her new film, “Beauty and the Beast,” which also stars Dan Stevens, Luke Evans and Josh Gad.
The star took to her official account on Twitter to talk about the movie. “#BeautyAndTheBeast opens today!” she tweeted to her 24.1 million followers Friday. “I hope you have as much fun watching it as I did making it. Love, Emma @beourguest.” The post was liked more than 203,000 times and shared nearly 60,000 times.
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