Unfortunately you're in a tiny minority. Resistance is futile, citizen
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The article and NPSA's own web page don't seem to explain how their mission brief differs from that of GCHQ's public-facing offshoot. Both seem to be geared towards hardening businesses and public institutions against attack, and more generally assessing risk.
Any ideas, or are we going for the US approach of having a massive security bureaucracy with overlapping roles?
There was a thread on here many years ago that convinced me to get a premium subscription and I've never looked back. The UI is great, straight to point with no unnecessary bloat, particularly the iOS apps... a rare thing these days! The LastPass debacle is making me think I should switch to my own server too. Anyhow... +1 for Bitwarden
The combination of supply issues and the economic climate have meant Microsoft and Sony have had a tough enough time getting people to upgrade their PS4s and Xbox Ones. The expectation that PS5 owners will sell up, no doubt at a big loss due to a lack games, and buy a Series X/S seems a massive gamble
When you're that wealthy it's almost impossible to calculate an actual figure, especially with public information, and estimates can vary by 100s of millions. Relying on tax returns + assets gives a good estimate for you or I but the super-rich will have so many sources of wealth, in so many jurisdictions, that it's likely they don't even know how much they're worth. There are also numerous ways of calculating "wealth".
The reality is that it will be fluctuating with the markets and whichever way the wind's blowing.
A large technology platform intent on making the user experience worse with every new step? Colour me surprised. I can't be the only one that's noticed the quality of content has fallen, the price has gone up, and with adverts being introduced it'll turn into an even larger data mine than it already is. It's a shame because I've been with Netflix since the start and it's historically been a great, reasonably priced service.
The experience of the social media giants suggests they'll rake it in for a couple of years before completely losing sight of their core function and fading into irrelevance.
Given it has been around for 18+ years and it's incredibly easy to create a basic account, it wouldn't surprise me if this figure was correct even if the majority are dormant.
Certainly among office workers everyone I have ever searched for seems to have one.
People that obfuscate data are a tiny minority on social media. The vast majority hand over everything that's asked of them, and more, especially 5-10 years ago when privacy issues were less of a news story. They're also not using any privacy features like VPNs, cookie blockers, ad blockers etc. so Facebook know literally all there is to know about them.
The advertising for this majority is highly specific to the point of being very creepy to you or me, and advertisers lap it up.
In the UK, presenting a forged vaccine document at an airport or somewhere similar is fraud by false representation and carries a maximum sentence of 10 years.
Numerous people have been charged with using fake certificates, though I've not found anything on the sentences they actually received...