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  1. ^^ This is what I was referring to about using a middleman. If you aren't willing to trust me enough for you to go first (which is totally understandable), then this is the route we shall take!
  2. As the title suggests. I have 2 invites for theplace (seduction tracker) and I am looking for Cartoon Chaos and/or Cinematik invites. If you're interested, either you go first or we use a middleman (I prefer a middleman so that we are both protected, even if means it will take a bit longer to complete the trade). Please PM me or respond here if you are interested
  3. Apple's China-Friendly Censorship Caused an iPhone-Crashing Bug Last April, while security researcher Patrick Wardle was attending the RSA security conference in San Francisco, a Taiwanese friend who lived in the city asked to meet for coffee, and for his help with what she described as a serious problem: China, she said, was hacking her iPhone. Wardle, a former NSA staffer and a prominent Apple-focused hacker who founded Digita Security, had heard that request from paranoid friends and acquaintances plenty of times before, making him naturally skeptical. But when he met his friend in person, she showed him something bizarre: Every time the Taiwanese flag emoji appeared on her iPhone for any reason, the app that had displayed it instantly crashed. That meant, essentially, that anyone could crash Wardle's Taiwanese friend's phone at will, simply by sending her any text message that triggered a notification and included the Taiwanese flag. "I could send her a message and this emoji of death would crash her phone," Wardle says. In the months since, Wardle has worked on and off to deconstruct that emoji mystery. What he found—and helped Apple fix—wasn't the targeted hacking of his friend's iPhone. Instead, it was an unintentional bug in a very intentional censorship feature, one that Apple includes in every iPhone in the world in an apparent attempt to placate the Chinese government. "Basically, Apple added some code to iOS with the goal that phones in China wouldn't display a Taiwanese flag," Wardle says, "and there was a bug in that code." Since at least early 2017, iOS has included that Chinese censorship function: Switch your iPhone's location setting to China, and the Taiwanese flag emoji essentially disappears from your phone, evaporating from its library of emojis and appearing as a "missing" emoji in any text that appears on the screen. That code likely represents a favor from Apple to the Chinese government, which for the last 70 years has maintained that Taiwan is a part of China and has no legitimate independent government. Disappearing Taiwan's flag in China is just one of several concessions Apple has made to the country's dictatorship, such as moving Chinese Apple users' data to servers located in China and removing censorship-skirting VPNs from the App Store there. But Wardle found that in some edge cases, a bug in the Taiwan-censorship code meant that instead of treating the Taiwan emoji as missing from the phone's library, it instead considered it an invalid input. That caused phones to crash altogether, resulting in what hackers call a denial-of-service attack that would let anyone crash a vulnerable device on command. Wardle's still not sure how many devices are affected or what caused that bug to be triggered only in some iOS devices and not others, but he believes it has something to do with the phone's location and language settings. "Somehow the phone got confused about what region or locale it should be in," Wardle says. Wardle warned Apple about the flaw in mid-June, and the company released a patch yesterday, stating only that "a denial-of-service issue was addressed in improved memory handling." The Taiwanese flag censorship feature, of course, remains in place, and Apple didn't respond to WIRED's request for more information about the nature of that censorship or Wardle's bug. "If Apple had never tried to appease the Chinese government, the bug would never have been introduced in the first place," Wardle says. The Taiwanese-flag-crash attack was never much of a serious security threat, and it's not clear if it affected a significant number of iOS devices. But Wardle points out that it's still an unpleasant reminder of the hidden censorship code in every iOS product and Apple's conflicted interests as it tries to negotiate the demands of repressive governments. Wardle contrasts that censorship concession to Apple's clash with the FBI over encryption in 2016, when it took a strong stance on civil liberties in opposition to government demands. "They say 'We’re not going to spy on our users.' But if China asks, they'll build censorship into their devices and not really talk about it," Wardle says. "Hypocrisy is the term I would use."
  4. Looks like a decent little tracker. Thanks for the heads up.
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  9. Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin After fits and starts, Sony Pictures has reunited the cast of its 2009 surprise hit for 'Zombieland 2' — to be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who helmed the original. It may have taken almost 10 years, but Zombieland is ready to open its doors again. After fits and starts, Sony Pictures has reunited the cast of its 2009 surprise hit — including Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin — for Zombieland 2. Ruben Fleischer, who helmed the original and is behind the studio’s Spider-Man-centric fall tentpole, Venom, is returning to the director’s chair. Original Zombieland writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, who have, in the intervening years, found success as the writers of the irreverent and successful Deadpool franchise, are also back, having penned the script for the new project. Additionally, Gavin Polone is returning as producer. While rumors of the sequel have risen from the dead several times over the years, this time Sony really means it. The film is set to begin production in January 2019 and will be released in October 2019, in time for the 10th anniversary of the original movie. Zombieland was a horror comedy road movie that followed four strangers who meet and eventually bond during a post-apocalyptic zombie outbreak. Eisenberg played a geeky survivor named Columbus, Harrelson was the violent Tallahassee, and Stone and Breslin were sneaky sisters Wichita and Little Rock, respectively. (In the movie, the monikers were a means to prevent others getting too close to someone who could die anytime, while the town itself meant something personal to the character who chose his or her name.) The original movie grossed only $75 million domestically and racked up a worldwide total of $102.3 million. Not only did it win over critics, but it also became a cult hit in its post-theatrical life and gained a strong following while also acting as a major launching pad for all involved. It helped that the budget for the movie was just under $24 million. While Sony wouldn’t comment on the budget for the sequel, it certainly is more. In the years since, all the actors became Academy Award nominees, with Stone winning for her performance in 2016’s La La Land. “This is one of those projects that fans have wanted to see happen for a long time — and no one wanted to see it happen more than Emma, Woody, Jesse and Abigail,” said Columbia Pictures president Sanford Panitch in a statement. “These are some of the most in-demand actors, and I think they are making this movie because they love these characters. We are thrilled Ruben was willing to come back to direct the sequel, as his work on Venom has been truly amazing.” The new movie will once again put the focus on comic mayhem, taking the quartet from the White House to the American heartland as they face off against new kinds of zombies that have evolved since the first movie, as well as some new human survivors. But, most of all, according to the studio, they have to face the growing pains of their own snarky, makeshift family. Lauren Abrahams is overseeing the project for the studio. Stone, who is repped by WME and Anonymous Content, will be seen this fall in Netflix’s Cary Fukunaga series, Maniac, with Jonah Hill. This November, she also stars in The Favourite, from director Yorgos Lanthimos. Harrelson, who starred in Solo: A Star Wars Story, appears in Fleischer’s Venom and is gearing up to shoot Roland Emmerich’s naval war movie, Midway. Harrelson is repped by CAA, Tracy Harshman and Ziffren Brittenham. Eisenberg’s recent credits include Now You See Me 2 and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He is repped by CAA and Felker Suddleson. Breslin appeared on TV’s Scream Queens and recently starred in Trudie Styler’s comedic drama Freak Show. Breslin is repped by CAA and Felker Suddleson. Fleischer is repped by CAA and Management 360.
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