Month: June 2021

This piece contains spoilers for Netflix’s Lupin Part 2. Netflix’s Lupin ended Part 1 on the ultimate fannish moment, with Officer Youssef Guedira (Soufiane Guerrab) addressing Assane Diop (Omar Sy) as “Arsène Lupin?”—and then picked up Part 2 with Assane responding in turn, identifying his new ally Guedira as “Ganimard,” the name of Lupin’s archnemesis.
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Los Angeles Unified Superintendent Austin Beutner addresses graduates at the Panorama High School commencement ceremony, Friday, June 11, 2021. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker, contributing photographer) Panorama High School graduates receive diplomas at the Panorama High School commencement ceremony, Friday, June 11, 2021. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker, contributing photographer) Family members wave to graduates
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Organizations’ cybersecurity capabilities have improved over the past decade, mostly out of necessity. As their defenses get better, so do the methods, tactics, and techniques malicious actors devise to penetrate their environments. Instead of the standard virus or trojan, attackers today will deploy a variety of tools and methods to infiltrate an organization’s environment and
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Rolling Stone on Twitch is celebrating the return of trade event E3 as they return this year with their annual entertainment expo. This year’s event will be an all-digital experience, featuring virtual panels, discussions, and events including some of the biggest names in the world of pop culture, entertainment, and video games. E3 2021 will
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Many people (rightfully) talk about the opening, tomb-raiding sequence of Raiders of the Lost Ark, which introduces adventurer archaeologist Indiana Jones to the audience as he lifts a golden idol from a booby-trapped Peruvian temple. But it’s not as common to hear about the movie’s ending… No, I’m not talking about the scene in which
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Los Angeles County public health officials reported 198 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,245,949 as of Friday, June 11. Officials reported five new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 24,416 deaths since tracking began. There were four fewer hospitalizations reported since Thursday, decreasing the official count
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