Chrissy Teigen sure knows how to brighten someone’s day!
After dining at an Outback Steakhouse in Centerville, Ohio, last Friday, the model left her waitress, 21-year-old Mikayla Scott, a $1,000 tip.
According to local news station WHIO, Scott says Teigen arrived to the restaurant with her …
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From hate groups to real-life killers, television producers and researchers have to navigate frequent exposure to some truly disturbing content. Is it time to start talking about mental health?
Last fall, Matt Goerzen began dedicating eight hours a day, five days a week, to tracking down internet trolls, security researchers, media manipulators and hackers.
An associate producer and researcher for Viceland’s Cyberwar, Goerzen is tasked with investigating the dark ecosystem of cyberwarfare. Since joining the network, he’s pursued stories on tech developed to surveil activist communities, memetic warfare and malware that recruits unwitting devices for DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks.
It’s a bleak, if fascinating, landscape to spend any amount of time in. For the episode on memetic warfare, the Cyberwar team closely perused white supremacist websites. The anti-immigrant Soldiers of Odin – classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center in 2016 — is another community
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