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Archive for November 24th, 2020

GTA: Shareholders not happy?at all

Yes, here we come again, with more about GTA. If the ?sex workers? are not happy, neither are the shareholders. They decided to sue Take Two, the publisher of Grand Theft Auto, over the losses caused by all the polemic. When Los Angeles took legal action against Take Two alleging that no mention was made of the pornographic scenes in order to win a lower rating, Take Two stock fell sharply. Now New York law firms Milberg Weiss Bershad & Schulman and Stull, Stull and Brody are filing class action lawsuits for people who owned stock in Take Two between the day when the game was released and the announcement of the LA lawsuit.



Mac users face the first security threat

A program known as Leap-A has been trying to spread via Apple?s iChat instant messenger. It disguises itself as images of Apple’s forthcoming version of its operating system, called Leopard, and plunders buddy lists if installed.? Security firms have classified the worm as level 1, which means it offers low risks to the computer. In spite of that, users have been advised not to accept file transfers, not even those that come from a buddy list. This is the first time we hear about a virus that attacks Apple computers. The thread has made?users aware of the fact that Apple might only be a safer option for as long as it might take for someone to find ways to attack their system.





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