Twitter says 130 people were targeted in hack that hijacked accounts of Elon Musk, Joe Biden

Twitter has said that about 130 people were targeted in a cyberattack that took control of high-profile accounts to promote a bitcoin scam. The hackers received $121,000 from over 400 payments to three separate bitcoin addresses, according to blockchain analysis firm Elliptic. Roughly half of those payments were made from U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchanges, Elliptic added. […]

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Indonesian tycoon Salim wins close shareholder vote on controversial $3 billion deal

Indonesian tycoon Anthoni Salim narrowly won shareholder backing on Friday for a $3 billion takeover transaction between companies he controls, overcoming criticism about the deal’s valuation and questions about corporate governance. First Pacific Co Ltd (0142.HK), Salim’s holding company, said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange that a takeover by its subsidiary […]

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U.K. police officer suspended after video appears to show him kneeling on Black man’s neck

A police officer in London has been suspended after video footage emerged appearing to show him kneeling on the head and neck of a Black man. Calling the footage “extremely disturbing,” Deputy Commissioner Steve House of London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement that “some of the techniques used cause me great concern.” “They are […]

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Rising Star Games wants Deadly Premonition 2 players to know they’re “working on” those technical issues

The publisher of Deadly Premonition 2, Rising Star Games, has issued a statement to assure fans that the “development team are constantly working on” the beleaguered sequel. In Eurogamer’s own review we revealed that “from a technical perspective, Deadly Premonition 2 is a disgrace”, adding “its frame rate could charitably be described as inconsistent, but […]

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