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China, ciberataques, Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, Noticias, rusia, Tendencias, Vladimir Putin

Biden Believes Russian Cyberattacks Can Spark War | Digital Trends Spanish

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, warned Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, that cyberattacks could end, at some point, "unleashing a real armed conflict." Biden indicated the growing risk that exists from cyber threats and delved into the danger posed, in his opinion, by the Russian president. In a speech given to the intelligence community on Tuesday, July 27, the president pointed out that Vladimir Putin “only has nuclear weapons and oil, that's all. He knows he has problems and that makes him more dangerous ”. At the meeting, which was attended by dozens of intelligence agents, the Head of State stressed that cyber threats are causing significant damage in the real world. He also had space to refer to misinformation; indeed, at this point he again criticized Ru...
International, Olympics, Politics, Russia, Sports, Tokyo 2020, Vladimir Putin

Putin’s foreign spokesperson releases ad showing her punching a dummy labeled’PRESS’ in bizarre show of support for Russia’s Olympians

Russia's foreign ministry spox released an ad showing her punching a dummy labeled "PRESS." The ad is meant to show support for Russia's athletes competing in Tokyo. Russia can't officially compete in the Games due to doping violations. LoadingSomething is loading. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova released an ad that shows...
International, Joe Biden, Politics, Ransomware attack, Vladimir Putin

Biden ramps up pressure on Putin over ransomware attacks, warning the US will take’necessary action’ to defend itself

Biden in a phone call on Friday ramped up pressure on Putin to address cyberattacks. Biden said he made it clear to Putin he expects him to act when cyberattacks emanate from Russia. This came a week after a massive ransomware attack affected up to 1,500 companies in the US, Europe, and Asia. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Fox news, Media, National Security Agency, Politics, Tucker Carlson, Vladimir Putin

Fox News host Tucker Carlson was seeking an interview with Putin around the time he accused the NSA of spying on him, a new report says

Tucker Carlson sought an interview with Vladimir Putin before he accused the NSA of spying on him. Carlson publicly accused the NSA of monitoring him as part of a plot to take his show off air. The NSA later said in a statement that Carlson's "allegation is untrue." See more stories on Insider's business page. Fox News host Tucker Carlson was seeking an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin shortly before he accused the National Security Agency of spying on him, Axios reported Wednesday.In late June, Carlson claimed the NSA was monitoring his Fox News show after he said a source tipped him off about it as part of a plot t...
Alexei Navalny, Chris Christie, Cybersecurity, Geneva summit, Politics, President Joe Biden, Russia, Ukraine Conflict, Vladimir Putin

Chris Christie says’not much was accomplished’ during Biden’s trip to Europe, but’no damage was done’

Chris Christie says that "not much was accomplished, but no damage was done" during Biden's trip. The G-7, NATO, and Geneva summits were Biden's first international meetings since taking office. While in Geneva, Biden had a long-awaited meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter. Former GOP Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey on Sunday said that "not much was accomplished, but no damage was done" during President Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week.During an appearance on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," Christie said Biden didn't ...
coronavirus, Covid 19, Gamaleya, Noticias, oms, rusia, Salud, Vacuna rusa, Vladimir Putin

Russian vaccine: the pros, the cons, how it was made and what they say | Digital Trends Spanish

An unexpected news shook the news related to the coronavirus this Tuesday, August 11, since the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, assured that his country already has the vaccine to face COVID-19. The vaccine was named Sputnik V in honor of the first Soviet satellite in space and its creators are the researchers the National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology Gamaleya. How is the Russian vaccine to face the coronavirus? Alexandr Guíntsburg, director of the Gamaleya National Research Center, commented that the drug uses non-living particles created from adenovirus. “Living particles are the ones that can reproduce. The particles used do not have this function ”, Guíntsburg pointed out in a program on the Rossiya channel 24. Getty Images / Digital Trend...