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Telegram says ‘powerful’ cyber attack was from China, timed with Hong Kong protests

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The encrypted messaging app Telegram experienced a “powerful” distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) on Wednesday, causing interruptions.

Telegram has been one of the primary tools Hong Kong protestors have used to communicate and organise themselves in defiance of a highly-controversial extradition bill, which is behind the country’s worst political crisis in recent memory.

The company said it received “gadzillions of garbage requests” which overwhelmed its servers, and it turns out…

Dad releases another video of his 4-year-old son’s hockey practice, and it’s priceless

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Everyone loves a sequel! While most sequels don’t always live up to the hype, this one certainly does.

Recently, YouTuber Coach Jeremy released a video where we were introduced to his adorable son Mason, and we followed his musings during hockey practice. In addition to a microphone, this time Jeremy equipped Mason with a GoPro to capture his running commentary while on the ice. 

Mason treated us to even more iconic phrases than last time such as, “oh, a piece of garbage we can eat,”…

Dad releases another video of his 4-year-old son’s hockey practice, and it’s priceless

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Everyone loves a sequel! While most sequels don’t always live up to the hype, this one certainly does.

Recently, YouTuber Coach Jeremy released a video where we were introduced to his adorable son Mason, and we followed his musings during hockey practice. In addition to a microphone, this time Jeremy equipped Mason with a GoPro to capture his running commentary while on the ice. 

Mason treated us to even more iconic phrases than last time such as, “oh, a piece of garbage we can eat,”…

Now Facebook can more easily delete your trash Pages

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Facebook is sick and tired of your trash content, and by golly it’s finally going to do something about it. 

In a Jan. 23 blog post, the Mark Zuckerberg-helmed advertising giant announced two upcoming changes to the service that we all know and love. First, starting on Jan. 24, Page managers will have access to a new tab that shows which of their content has been removed or demoted by Facebook. Second, and much more interestingly, over the coming weeks Facebook intends to lower the…

Has Marie Kondo’s Netflix show inspired you to get organized? These products can help.

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If there’s anything we can take away from the now much talked about Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (aside from thanking your clothes for their service and folding them in thirds), it’s that reducing clutter in your life can bring you immense joy

The organizing superstar has successfully influenced people to come in droves to the Container Store and get rid of a colossal chunk of their worldly possessions, an act that many swear have brought them instant gratification.

Purging…

Christmas movies would be better if all of them starred Gritty

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If there’s one thing to be said for this garbage year, it’s that at least it gave us Gritty.

Terrifying yet endearing, with wild eyes and a wide fixed grin, the orange mascot may have begun life as a Philadelphia Flyers mascot, but he’s since grown into so much more. He’s a meme, a Halloween costume, an antifa icon—to put it simply, Gritty is the gift that keeps on giving.

And there’s certainly no reason for that to stop now that we’re in the…

Let’s start calling the Russian ‘troll’ attack what it really is

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It’s Troll Week on Mashable. Join us as we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of internet trolling.


Fellow citizens of the internet, it’s time to face facts: We are at war. 

An authoritarian nation state invaded our beloved platform with a shady shape-shifting army of paid writers, and did its best to populate it with highly divisive, truth-obscuring garbage. Now other authoritarian nation states are attempting to do the same. 

And because not enough of us are truly aware of this…

Let’s start calling the Russian ‘troll’ attack what it really is

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It’s Troll Week on Mashable. Join us as we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of internet trolling.


Fellow citizens of the internet, it’s time to face facts: We are at war. 

An authoritarian nation state invaded our beloved platform with a shady shape-shifting army of paid writers, and did its best to populate it with highly divisive, truth-obscuring garbage. Now other authoritarian nation states are attempting to do the same. 

And because not enough of us are truly aware of this…

Let’s start calling the Russian ‘troll’ attack what it really is

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It’s Troll Week on Mashable. Join us as we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of internet trolling.


Fellow citizens of the internet, it’s time to face facts: We are at war. 

An authoritarian nation state invaded our beloved platform with a shady shape-shifting army of paid writers, and did its best to populate it with highly divisive, truth-obscuring garbage. Now other authoritarian nation states are attempting to do the same. 

And because not enough of us are truly aware of this…

Let’s start calling the Russian ‘troll’ attack what it really is

TwitterFacebook

It’s Troll Week on Mashable. Join us as we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of internet trolling.


Fellow citizens of the internet, it’s time to face facts: We are at war. 

An authoritarian nation state invaded our beloved platform with a shady shape-shifting army of paid writers, and did its best to populate it with highly divisive, truth-obscuring garbage. Now other authoritarian nation states are attempting to do the same. 

And because not enough of us are truly aware of this…