Social media has been a part of our lives for over two decades now, and it plays a big role in our social organizing. But the biggest companies have gotten too big, and with their size, comes complacency. They think they’re untouchable so they get lazy, and when companies that handle your personal information get lazy, they act irresponsibly.
On June 25, 2018 Leonovus (LTV.V) announced a major trial of Leonovus software for a large department in the Canadian government. The stock is up 12% on 1 million shares by mid-morning.
Bangkok-based Equity Guru writer and tech wizard, Craig Amos just informed me that every night there are multiple efforts to hack the Equity Guru website.
The “value proposition” of new tech companies often involves projecting a hologram into the future: we are going to make electric cars (Tesla – TSLA.NASDAQ); we will turn digital chit-chat into an ad platform (Twitter – TWTR.NASDAQ); let’s go destroy the taxi industry! (Uber).