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Yahoo DFS Basketball: Friday Picks

With so many options to sift through on Yahoo, let's get right to it and highlight some players to consider for your entry, as well as a few to potentially avoid. Donovan Mitchell, UTA vs. WAS ($30): This is a favorable matchup to be targeting players on the Jazz since the Wizards have allowed the most points per game in the league. Mitchell enters as the club's top scorer, so he stands out as one of the most appealing options.
Tags: News, Yahoo, Minnesota Timberwolves, Mitchell, Wizards, Donovan Mitchell UTA


This ex-con hacker just made over $100,000 in a single day helping companies plug up their cybersecurity

Tommy DeVoss did time in three federal penitentiaries for hacking, but last year he made $902,000 by helping companies find security vulnerabilities.   A San Francisco company called HackerOne brings hackers and companies together on their website and for events where hackers earn money and companies get security help.  On Friday, DeVoss earned a little over $100,000 in a single day at a special HackerOne event. Hacking competitions reward hackers with big money – $40 million in 2019 – for hel...
Tags: Yahoo, NFL, San Francisco, Trends, Department Of Defense, United States, US defense department, HackerOne, Rice, Richmond Virginia, Bloomington Indiana, Kinser, Alex Rice, LifeOmic, DeVoss, Verizon Media


Yahoo DFS Basketball: Tuesday Picks

There may only be seven games in the NBA on Tuesday, but there are a couple of exciting matchups with the Raptors hosting the Bucks and the Pelicans taking on the Lakers. Chris Paul, OKC at CHI ($31): Paul's talent has never been in question, but his ability to stay healthy has. Paul has been especially productive lately, scoring at least 38.5 Yahoo points in five of his last six games.
Tags: News, Yahoo, Nba, Fantasy Sports, Raptors, PAUL, Lakers Chris Paul OKC


Declassified: From Snowden to WikiLeaks to Crypto AG, these are the biggest leaks of the past decade and what we've learned from them

For decades, the CIA used Swiss company Crypto AG, which it covertly owned, to spy on both adversaries and allies, according to leaked documents published last week. The CIA called it "the intelligence coup of the century," but it's far from the only state secret to revealed in recent years. Documents leaked by whistleblowers like Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning have shed light on everything from offshore tax havens to CIA torture to the NSA's mass surveillance of American citizens. Here ar...
Tags: Apple, Verizon, England, Yahoo, Vladimir Putin, Washington Post, Snowden, North Korea, Nsa, Germany, Angela Merkel, Iraq, Russia, US, Barack Obama, Trends


Sunday A La Carte

Happy Sunday! If you have a few spare moments to read on a lazy Sunday afternoon, here are some links that may be of interest. “Christ Be All” Here’s a beautiful new hymn that makes for good listening on a Sunday morning. Why I’d Go to Church If I Were Not a Pastor H.B. Charles Jr. tells why he would go to church even if his livelihood didn’t depend on it. If you’re reading this early on a Sunday morning and thinking about not going to church, well, let him persuade you to ...
Tags: Apple, Yahoo, Steve Jobs, Blogging, A La Carte, John Piper, La Carte, Tesler, Xerox Amazon, H B Charles Jr, Larry Tesler Larry Tesler, Time Video WSJ


Section 230 Protects Zillow for Bogus Submissions of House Details–924 Bel Air v. Zillow

This lawsuit relates to 924 Bel Air Road in Los Angeles, a house known as “Billionaire” (seriously, who chose that brand???). It is one of the most expensive houses in the world. The house is located on an acre+ lot in the Bel Air hills above UCLA. In 2012, a developer bought the property and built a monstrosity targeting the 1% of the 1% of the 1%. The nominal stats are pretty gauche: 38,000 square feet, 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms. However, it’s the little details that really make me shake my h...
Tags: Yahoo, Law, Congress, Los Angeles, House, Zillow, DOE, Grindr, Myspace, Ucla, Bel Air, Patel, CDA, Herrick, Carafano, Derivative Liability


Yahoo DFS Basketball: Saturday Picks

He comes into this contest having scored 18.8 Yahoo points or fewer in four of his last five games and the Bucks will have basically all of their key rotation players available, so DiVincenzo won't be forced to take on added playing time. FORWARDS Caris LeVert, BKN at CHA ($26): Dinwiddie isn't the only player on the Nets who has benefited from Irving being out. LeVert has been a monster lately, averaging 24.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 1.7 steals across his last six games.
Tags: News, Yahoo, Fantasy Sports, Irving, Caris LeVert, Dinwiddie, DiVincenzo, Levert


Quibi, the streaming app that has raised more than $1 billion and is run by two billionaires, just gave the world its first real glimpse

  Quibi, a streaming video service that has raised more than $1 billion in funding, is now available for pre-order in app stores, as first reported by TechCrunch. The mobile-only app will offer short-form video content and plans to officially launch in April. Quibi, short for "quick bites," was founded by former Yahoo CEO Meg Whitman and former Disney executive Jeffrey Katzenberg. It will become the latest player in the extremely competitive streaming video market, which includes major players...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hollywood, Yahoo, Disney, NFL, Trends, Netflix, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Hulu, Netflix Amazon, Whitman, Meg Whitman, Ashley Rodriguez, WarnerMedia, Quibi


Rams promote Sophie Luoto to run football operations department

The Rams have named Sophie Luoto director of football operations, making her the top female executive on the football side of the team’s front office. The move, first reported by Yahoo’s Charles Robinson and confirmed by a Rams executive, fills the job left vacant when Bruce Warwick left in late December to become chief of staff for Florida State football. Luoto had been manager of football administration in the Rams’ player-personnel department. In her new role, Luoto will be responsible for da...
Tags: Yahoo, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, St Louis, Florida State, Ucla, Cal, Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams, Rams, Bruce Warwick, Charles Robinson, Sophie Luoto


Bong Joon-ho’s Interpreter is Not Writing a Film About Awards Season [Updated]

Update: In a piece for Variety reflecting on her experience interpreting for Bong Joon-ho over the past several months, Sharon Choi says she is not, in fact, writing a movie about awards season. Here’s an excerpt: Empathy bridges the gap between the perpetual “others.” And to feel a little less lonely is why I want to be a storyteller. And no, I am not writing a feature on the awards season. This is a deeply personal experience I’ve yet to process, and it will find another time to seep into my ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Yahoo, Awards, Korea, Cannes film festival, Mark Ruffalo, Cannes, Martin Scorsese, Indiewire, Palme, Bong, Bong Joon, CHOI, BONG-Joon-ho


Jeff Bezos just pledged to spend $10 billion to fight climate change. Here's how the richest person in the world makes and spends his billions.

Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest person alive, has pledged to spend $10 billion to fight climate change. Bezos became nearly $2 billion richer after selling some of his Amazon stock earlier this month. As Amazon's founder and CEO, Bezos was the first person in modern history to accumulate a fortune of over $100 billion — and he currently has a net worth of $130 billion, Bloomberg estimates. He spends his fortune on real estate across the US, a $65 million Gulfstream Jet, and his space exploration co...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Post, Elon Musk, Instagram, Yahoo, California, La, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, Nasa, Earth, Washington Dc, Bill Gates


6 PPC Network Alternatives to Google Ads

Pay Per Click advertising, or PPC as it is known to most, is an incredibly effective way to advertise any business or services on the internet. You create an ad, bid on some keywords, and if your bid is high enough, when people type those keywords in the search engines, your ad is displayed. Once you get the hang of advertising in this way, you can increase traffic and sales to just about anything you want to sell online. And because this method requires a search engine, the name GOOGLE quickly ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Yahoo, Sales, Ppc, More, Bing, Facebook PPC, PPC Network, Bidvertiser, PPC Network Alternatives, Roundsky Roundsky, Roundsky


Shutterstock founder and CEO Jon Oringer steps down after 16 years

It’s an end of an era — and you might just want to snap a photo of it, and just maybe upload it for others to purchase Jon Oringer, who founded New York City-based Shutterstock in 2003, announced today that he would be stepping away from his duties as CEO at the photo sharing and commerce company, effective in April. He will move on to be Executive Chairman of the board, and says in a letter posted this morning that he intends “to continue to be involved in the strategy and direction of the b...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Shutterstock, Yahoo, China, New York City, Talent, Nyse, Jon Oringer, Middle Kingdom, Sam Biddle, Stan Pavlovsky, Oringer


From Elon Musk to Tim Cook, here's where the world's most influential tech founders and CEOs went to college — and what they studied

College is where many figure out what they're actually interested in and determine the career they want to pursue. We researched the degrees and schools attended by well-known tech CEOs, many of whom launched their companies or landed on the idea for their first startup while studying at college. Here's where 52 CEOs and founders in the tech industry went to school, and what they studied. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For new college students, choosing a major can feel l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Elon Musk, Cook, Sweden, Maryland, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mba, Stanford, India, Satya Nadella, Trends


The Importance of Offline Data in SHTF Situations?

Ok guys, it's been...easily almost 4 years since I posted here, but I guess I've re emerged after a few personal SHTFs that left me in some bad spots. Hardy har har oh well. I've of course been doing some digging on this WuTang flu and something I've noticed is (not to be Captain Obvious): Years ago, when Ebola was a huge thing and I lived in the Sierra Foothills, I'd drive home from the central valley every day and listen to various YouTube videos about the crisis on my commute. Alternative ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Raspberry Pi, Yahoo, US, Cnn, Mcdonalds, Weapon, Sandy Hook, Wuhan, Disaster Preparedness General Discussion, Alex Jones, Facebook Twitter, Fred, LA County, MSM


Yahoo Finance: Reverse Mortgages as Alternative to Long-Term Care Insurance

When attempting to anticipate long-term care needs, the process can be intimidating because of the cost involved. That cost may naturally lead a senior to look for alternative sources of funding for specific long-term care (LTC) needs, and a reverse mortgage may be one such alternative for seniors in a specific situation. This is according to SmartAsset’s Rebecca Lake in a new posting on Yahoo Finance. “Long-term care insurance can help preserve your retirement assets, but the premiums can...
Tags: Featured, Yahoo, Retirement, Finance, Medicare, Medicaid, Lake, Yahoo Finance, LTC, SmartAsset, Steven Sless, Sless, Rebecca Lake, LTC Medicaid


The Morning Watch: ‘Toy Story 4’ Antique Store Easter Eggs, Jim Carrey Stars in Conan O’Brien Biopic & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, Pixar Animation points out a bunch of Easter eggs you probably missed in the antique store from Toy Story 4. Plus, Jim Carrey stars in a biopic about Conan O’Brien in a throwback clip from Late Night with Co...
Tags: Movies, Yahoo, Jim-Carrey, Pixar, Elijah-Wood, Sin City, Conan O Brien, Andy Kaufman, Bing Bong, Pixar Animation, Monsters Inc, Video Of The Day, Toy Story 4, Conan-OBrien, The Morning Watch, Late Night with Conan O'Brien


Reminder: File a Claim For Yahoo Data Breach Class Action Settlement

I thought I’d mentioned this already, but apparently not. If you had a Yahoo account (including Yahoo Fantasy Sports, Yahoo Finance, Tumblr, or Flickr) between January 1, 2012, and December 31, 2016, you are a member of the Yahoo! Inc. Customer Data Security Breach Litigation Settlement. This was the biggest hack in history at the time, but there have been so many since you’ve probably forgotten about it like myself. The claim form deadline is July 20th, 2020. You can make a claim for eithe...
Tags: Yahoo, Marketing, Deals & Offers, Yahoo Data Breach Class Action Settlement


Bong Joon-ho’s Interpreter is a Filmmaker and She Wants to Make a Film About Awards Season

Sharon Choi has been along for Parasite‘s wild ride for months, from it unanimously winning the Palme d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival to its historic win at last night’s Academy Awards. The 25-year-old aspiring filmmaker has been serving as Parasite co-writer/director Bong Joon-ho’s interpreter this entire time, and now a new report says that Choi is currently writing a feature length script set during awards season. Count me in. The Wrap reporter Steve Pond, who was covering the Oscars...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Yahoo, Awards, Cannes film festival, Mark Ruffalo, Cannes, Indiewire, Palme, Bong, Bong Joon, CHOI, BONG-Joon-ho, Steve Pond, Sharon Choi


Here's where Google's first 21 employees are now (GOOG, GOOGL)

Most of the original employees at Google have since left the company — even founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Many early Googlers became entrepreneurs or executives at other companies. Marissa Mayer, for example, was employee No. 21 — she later became CEO of Yahoo.  Others have stayed at Google. Susan Wojcicki, Google's 16th employee, is currently the CEO of YouTube. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Only a few of Google's earliest employees still work at the internet gia...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Twitter, Elon Musk, London, Yahoo, Massachusetts, Trends, Linkedin, Cisco, Larry Page, Larry Ellison, Sergey Brin, Google Earth, Susan Wojcicki, Lake Tahoe


Develop a serious cybersecurity strategic plan that incorporates CCM

Robert R. Ackerman Jr. Contributor Share on Twitter Robert R. Ackerman Jr. is the founder and managing director of AllegisCyber, a venture capital firm specializing in cybersecurity, and the co-founder and executive at DataTribe, a cybersecurity startup foundry which focuses on launching startups based on cyber domain expertise from the intelligence community and national laboratories. More posts by this contributor ...
Tags: Security, Verizon, Column, Yahoo, Developer, Tech, Cryptography, Cybercrime, Gartner, Cyberwarfare, Computer Security, Cyberspace, CCM, Forward, vArmour, Robert R Ackerman Jr Contributor Share


Web traffic increases in 2019 were driven by mobile; top 100 sites saw average of 223B monthly visits

Mobile adoption around the world is having a significant impact on the web’s traffic. According to a new report from SimilarWeb, out today, mobile web traffic has jumped 30.6% since 2017, while desktop traffic dropped 3.3%. But it’s not just the numbers that are changing. Mobile visitors also behave differently from their desktop web counterparts, staying on pages for shorter periods of time, for example, which is impacting core metrics web publishers today track. The report found that 2019’s...
Tags: Travel, Google, Mobile, Facebook, Yahoo, Youtube, Trends, Web, Traffic, Mobile Web, SimilarWeb


Risky Business: Are You Protecting Your Company from Cyberattacks?

Is your small business at risk? The answer is most certainly yes. According to Brad Anderson, corporate vice president for Microsoft 365, of the 79 million global SMBs (representing 95% of all companies on the planet), “55% weathered cyberattacks, 52% of these breaches were caused by human error, and, in a quarter of these cases, sensitive customer data was breached. The average cyberattack will cost an American SMB $190,000. And after a ransomware attack, only one-third of SMBs can remain profi...
Tags: Business, Technology, Microsoft, Yahoo, America, Brad Anderson, Anderson, Right Now, Wayne, CSO, Ponemon Institute, Chris Wayne, Larry Ponemon, Keeper Security, Stuart Miles Shutterstock, Yahoo Small Business


How to Get Your $100 From Yahoo After All Those Breaches (gizmodo)

The folks behind the largest known hack of user data to date are finally paying up. Yahoo, now owned by Verizon, recently agreed to pay $117.5 million as part of a proposed class action settlement stemming from a series of breaches in the 2010s that affected 3 billion people—basically Yahoo’s then-entire user base.Read more... [Author: Alyse Stanley]
Tags: Verizon, News, Yahoo, Alyse Stanley


How to Get Your $100 From Yahoo After All Those Breaches

The folks behind the largest known hack of user data to date are finally paying up. Yahoo, now owned by Verizon, recently agreed to pay $117.5 million as part of a proposed class action settlement stemming from a series of breaches in the 2010s that affected 3 billion people—basically Yahoo’s then-entire user base.Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Yahoo, Data Breach, Data Breaches, Equifax, Privacy And Security, Userdata


Jeff Bezos just sold $1.8 billion in Amazon stock. Here's how the CEO makes and spends his billions.

Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest person alive, just became nearly $2 billion richer after selling some of his Amazon stock. As Amazon's founder and CEO, Bezos was the first person in modern history to accumulate a fortune of over $100 billion — and he currently has a net worth of $126 billion, Bloomberg estimates. He spends his fortune on real estate across the US, a $65 million Gulfstream Jet, and his space exploration company, Blue Origin. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The r...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Post, Elon Musk, Yahoo, La, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, Nasa, Earth, Washington Dc, Bill Gates, Manhattan, Warren Buffett


Yahoo ! hack ! payout ! nearly ! approved ! and ! the ! question ! is ! how ! to ! spend ! 60 ! cents ! ?

Now all you have to do is remember what your Y! email address was amid sounds of lawyers popping champagne Long-suffering Yahoo! customers may finally get some compensation for having their personal details exposed to hackers not once, not twice, not three times, nor four times, but five times between 2012 and 2016.…
Tags: Yahoo, Software


Meet Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn's next CEO who was Jeff Weiner's first hire back in 2009 (MSFT)

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner is stepping down after 11 years at the helm. He will be replaced by Ryan Roslansky, senior vice president of product. Weiner says that Roslansky was his first hire, and was essential to LinkedIn's success. Roslansky has been at LinkedIn since 2009, and oversaw the addition of influencers and other features on the site. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner announced on Wednesday that he is stepping down, and will be replaced by s...
Tags: Florida, Microsoft, Yahoo, California, Satya Nadella, Trends, Godaddy, Linkedin, Chicago, Jeff Weiner, Las Vegas, UC Davis, Lake Tahoe, Boeing, Glam, Forbes


LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Is Stepping Down After 11 Years

After 11 years at the helm of LinkedIn, Jeff Weiner will step down as CEO and be replaced by Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn's current head of product. Weiner, who took over as CEO in 2009 after joining from Yahoo, steered the social platform through its $27 billion acquisition by Microsoft in 2017. In an email to...
Tags: General, Microsoft, Yahoo, Advertising, Jeff Weiner, Weiner, Ryan Roslansky LinkedIn


Ad-Tech Firm Beeswax Appoints CRO and CMO

Beeswax, a buy-side ad-tech company, today announced two C-suite appointments with the arrival of Paul Knegten as chief marketing officer and Bill Schild as chief revenue officer. Knegten, formerly of MediaMath and Yahoo, and Schild, formerly of WeWork and Viant, each bring over a decade of ad-tech experience to the company. Both will report to...
Tags: Yahoo, Advertising, CMO, WeWork, Mediamath, Viant, C-Suite, Schild, Paul Knegten, Ad Tech & Mar Tech, Bill Schild, Knegten