The Daily Populous

Tuesday June 7th, 2022 night edition

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They also leak some files of the Central bank of Russian Federation.

The war between Ukraine and Russia continues to rage, causing loss of lives on both sides and inflicting immense structural damage.

This time it has directed its fury at the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (CBR).

And in what is seen as a slap on Russia's supposed prowess in the cyber warfare space, the collective has managed to — yet again — intrude into the bank's cyber innards.

In addition to taking control of the system, the hacktivist also leaked some data that belongs to the central bank.

Anonymous launched its #OPRussia initiative after Russia President Vladimir Putin declared war in Ukraine in the last part of February.

The Central Bank of Russia Federation did not confirm that it was hacked in March, and it is likely that it will confirm the latest intrusion. »

Geoff Keighley says Summer Game Fest will be ‘primarily focused’ on announced games

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Journalist and presenter Geoff Keighley has urged viewers to “manage your expectations” ahead of this week’s Summer Game Fest live stream, which he said will be “primarily focused” on already announced games.

Summer Game Fest & The Game Awards.

“That was an announced game that just showed new footage and sometimes people treat that like it was the announcement of the game, but it really was announced a few years earlier.”. »

Climbing the ladder: How the West can manage escalation in Ukraine and beyond

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His present difficulties are more likely to provoke escalation within or around Ukraine, both in the military realm and in other domains.

“If Putin achieves a measure of success in Ukraine, however, horizontal escalation in the next 3–5 years is more likely.”

If Putin achieves a measure of success in Ukraine, however, horizontal escalation in the next 3–5 years is more likely. »

The Supreme Court’s June of Doom Is Upon Us

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Both of those rulings could be accompanied by the court’s decision in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta, a follow-up to its blockbuster 2020 ruling in McGirt v. Oklahoma.

In McGirt, the Supreme Court effectively recognized that roughly half of Oklahoma was still Indian Country, prompting a furious backlash from Oklahoma’s governor and some local officials.

One hopes that their desire to get these cases done on time won’t affect their ability to get them done right. »

How dark money fueled the Jan. 6 insurrection — and why we can't find it

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Their purpose was to run "war games," to be ready in the event Donald Trump lost reelection in November.

A little over three months later, the same group would help to assemble the mob before the White House on Jan. 6, 2021.

The American people ought to know who the planners are and what they wanted — and we ought to help them find out. »