Not quite sure the purpose of phony corporate hack stories.
Could it be to extort more security software service money from clueless big corporations? Seems unlikely, but I don’t have a good working theory as to the motive to produce such silly tropes.
Even IF a hacker got the info, what exactly could he do with social security account numbers and bank accounts? No one has ever written a story about how the info could be used for fraudulent purposes.
Of course, that detail is totally beside the point of scaring you and corporations out of your security money.
A GitHub user alerted Capital One to the potential data theft, who in turn alerted the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to the DOJ’s statement. The allegations have not been proven in court. Thompson, 33, made her initial appearance in U.S. District Court in Seattle on Monday and was ordered detained pending a hearing on Aug. 1, according to the statement.
What he was thinking? Dashcam video of yesterday fatal crash on #Hwy50 in Brampton. So you can't feel impact, hear the noise and see the smoke? What kind of ignorant idiot. What really happened @PeelPoliceMedia ?? Any charges? pic.twitter.com/xPDxA5uvbO
No need to find a real story to make propaganda,best to create one with a bit of drama.
I have personal experience and am aware of this issue.
I point to this story to merely show how hoax codes like 22, unnamed spokespeople, and other small flags point to a phony story.
Why not name or interview the trucking company? Easier to fake the story then bother any real company.
International students are big business here. They pay full freight, unlike natives who pay less in exchange for their parents’ decades of taxpaying.
Once more, our intelligence agencies hard at work shaping society to get laws passed. True culture creators!
Jobandeep Sandhu, an international student from Punjab, India who worked as a truck driver while going to school, was arrested and could soon be deported for “working too hard,” his lawyers claim.
“I was totally broken,” Sandhu said, describing the moment of his arrest.
On Dec. 13, 2017, while driving a commercial vehicle between Montreal and Toronto, Sandhu, 22, was pulled over by an Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officer at the side of Highway 401 for a “routine traffic stop,” a report said.
If there was a poll of fakeologists, the number would be 100%.
Canadians are increasingly skeptical of the news they consume and struggle to distinguish fact from fiction or propaganda, a new survey suggested Thursday. The poll of more than 2,300 Canadians, conducted on behalf of the Canadian Journalism Foundation, found the number of respondents who question the validity of news reports has jumped 10 per cent in the past year, leading to high levels of distrust of both news stories and political figures.