A Florida teenager has been charged with carrying out the hacking attack on Twitter in mid-July in which the accounts of prominent people were taken over. State authorities say 17-year-old Graham Ivan Clark “was the mastermind” of the attack. He now faces 30 state felony charges, and federal charges may also be filed.
Daily Archives: July 31, 2020
The response to last week’s article was heartwarming. Not only was appreciation expressed, but additional anecdotes and insights of this historic trip were given. I will share some of them:
“The End of an Era…” As the revel mopeds disappear from the street of New York City, many motorists breath a sigh of relief, while other New Yorkers breath a sigh of frustration at the loss of a convenient mode of transportation.
A Twitter official asserted that anti-Israeli tweets by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, including those calling for the Jewish state’s “elimination,” are not a violation of the social network’s rules.
A COVID-19 lockdown bar mitzvah will have you in tears, but will you cry for the Jewish peoples collective 2000 year lockdown? A letter by Rabbi Shais Taub.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he wishes a chassan and kallah mazel tov, after officiating at their wedding.
Hurricane Isaias, which was officially designated as a Category 1 storm, is expected to gain strength as it approached the Bahamas on Friday on its path toward Florida.