Days after hackers attacked 40 000 Tesco Bank accounts, investigations are still underway. The lack of information and a certain amount of panic from the bank's side, has caused much confusion and sparked debates around Britain. The attack was aimed at 40 000 bank accounts and money was taken from 9 000 of them - … Continue reading Tesco Bank attack – trying to count the damage
Yesterday morning around 40 000 people woke up to alarming text messages from Tesco Bank, informing them that their accounts have been frozen due to a cyber attack. The attack happened in the early hours of the morning this Monday when the supermarket giant Tesco experienced a breach in its banking security. They reported that … Continue reading A cyber-attack against Tesco Bank left 20 000 accounts drained
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a live-action film directed by Wes Anderson and is based on a novel by author Stephan Zweig. It stars Ralph Fines in the leading role of Monsieur Gustave, a concierge in the fictional “Grand Budapest hotel”. Since its release in 2014 the film has gathered critical acclaim as well as … Continue reading The Grand Budapest Hotel – Film review
No one will deny The Internet is most useful when it serves as a massive archive of everything everybody has ever published online. This allows for comparisons to be done and in this case Andrew Sullivan's one-eighty change of mind towards media consumption in contemporary society. Back in 2008 he published a lengthy piece online, … Continue reading Change of heart
Radical changes are unhealthy, exactly because of this healthy food diets are mostly gradual and subtle. They refine your meals, not omit them. Having this attitude towards news consumption is advisable. A fair example of radical change advocates is Rolf Dobelli with his article"Avoid News". It unfairly dismisses all of contemporary media as irrelevant. Indeed it … Continue reading Balance your diet
Reading through Felix Salmon's "Teaching journalists to read" you get the sense of dread when you see the way we are losing journalistic values and why they matter. In the modern era of technology one is basically forced to keep up with social media and the flow of information in order to stay afloat. This in … Continue reading Is reading still relevant?
In an undercover investigation earlier today it was revealed that England football manager, Sam Allardyce, amongst others, was part of a tax scam involving millions of pounds and avoiding set official regulations. The investigation, lead by The Telegraph, was backed by a video, showing Allardyce himself, uncovering that he's apparently been avoiding the Football Association's regulations … Continue reading Big Sam in Big Trouble!