I love books. I love to learn from them, put them in front of me, play with examples on my computer as I go through the book page by page.
So, I've split my learning process into three "tracks": Commute track, Workday track and Home track. In every track, I cover different domain, but together they complement each other. Makes me better as programmer as well as a #bugbounty hunter.
Buried in Cohen's legal documents, prosecutors say Cohen paid $50,000 for work "solicited from a technology company during and in connection with the campaign."🔥
The campaign *never reported* the $50,000 expense, and Cohen was reimbursed by Trump Org.🤨
Both = ILLEGAL‼️2/
WHO the tech company is & WHAT they did are not provided.🤔
Cohen had bank records for other expenses, but only provided a HANDWRITTEN sum for the $50,000, suggesting that the money may not have been paid out via "traditional" financial channels (meaning: CASH pay-offs).🙄 3/
Jurisdictions don't have 💰 or staff to buy new machines frequently or keep the ones they have up to date with security updates. There's no voting machine that can't be hacked. 2/10 nytimes.com/2018/02/21/mag…
Manufacturers & election officials say since the machines aren't connected to the internet, they can't be hacked. But that's not accurate. Polling places transmit voting results using modems. 3/10 #technology#hack#telecommunications
I'm back on the #soapbox. And I'm going to be on it a long time talking up #CitizensUnited until it sinks into the brain of everyone here. If we want a HOPE of restoring the #integrity of our #elections it MUST be overturned. #DarkMoney is overriding our voices in the ballot box.
The #transcript is *312 pages*. Things get JUICY on p62👉🏼Simpson describes the #SteeleDossier as ”broadly speaking, a kind of holistic examination of Donald Trump's business record...it evolved somewhat quickly into issues of his relationships to *organized crime figures*‼️🔥