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Over two decades of discussion and bad advice about to be deleted.
Joins Equifax and Verizon execs to explain pitiful security Poor Marissa Mayer.

After selling off Yahoo! and floating away on her golden parachute, she must have been looking for a nice rest.

But US Congress wanted her to explain how every single user ...
Senators were left frustrated as Yahoo didn't know how it was hacked, and Equifax still didn't know who.
Former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer apologizes for massive data breach that exposed billions of user accounts.
The former Yahoo CEO only agreed to testify alongside current and former Equifax executives after the Senate compelled her to with a subpoena, according to reports.

Tales from the blockchain

We will tell you two unusual success stories that happened on the “miner frontrdquo;.

The first story echoes the TinyNuke event and, in many respects gives an idea of the situation with miners.

The second one proves that to get crypto-currency, you donrsquo;t need to “burnrdquo; the processor.
Economies as AI, humans as gut bacteria for tech, and how the Luddites got it wrong.
Plaintiff stayed mum about possible money received in three other cases.
DAILY VIDEO: Yahoo revises the massive data breach impact from 1 billion to 3 billion users; Equifax breach impact expands as its former CEO admits patching failure; Java 9 debuts with Jigsaw modular approach at JavaOne; and there's more.
Both companies this week revealed that their previously disclosed breaches impacted a lot more people than previously thought.
Yahoo on Tuesday released an update to its 2013 breach, notifying users that all 3 billion accounts in existence at the time were compromised.
Every single Yahoo account was affected in a 2013 data breach, bringing the total from 1 billion to 3 billion.