The ABC's weekly talkfest Q+A often provides much fodder for a good laugh as it is mostly filled with people whose sense of self-importance is directly proportional to their lack of knowledge on most of the subjects on which they expound at length.
Security firm CrowdStrike appears to be trying to adopt a "business as usual" mode as it tries to make the world at large forget its role in one of the most publicised hacks of modern times: the breach of servers of the Democrat National Committee in 2016.
The publisher of the WikiLeaks whistleblower website, Julian Assange, has hit out at 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for saying he was, to a large extent, responsible for her loss to Donald Trump.
The co-founder of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky, has accepted an invitation to testify before US Congress after the company's products were banned from use by US Government agencies.
The US Department of Homeland Security has ordered all government agencies to stop using products from Kaspersky Labs, with a deadline of 90 days to implement plans to discontinue the use and to remove software from information systems.
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