The Infamous Stringdusters just released a new music video for their song “Gravity,” off their thirteen-track album Laws Of Gravity, which was released in January of this year. The song was written by bassist Travis Book along with his singer/songwriter wife Sarah Siskind, with Book explaining the song as a “kind of a straight forward love song.” He elaborated in a press release, “In a lot of ways, it encapsulates the vibe around our relationship and our marriage. The lyric goes, ‘We thought the race was a long run, we didn’t know that we’d win it.’ When you’re in the middle of it you don’t necessarily realize this is it. You think there’s some trajectory but this is what it’s like to be in a relationship. And then hoping that gravity doesn’t let go, the forces that hold the earth together don’t just end and you all just sort of go floating off into space.”The video for “Gravity” was directed by Mara Whitehead, and is a touching nostalgia-inspired video showing moments of young love. After the Infamous Stringdusters’ video was premiered on CMT on the 18th, you can now check it out for yourself below. You can also check the band’s website for upcoming tour dates and to purchase the album here.
While devastation is the feeling for many right now, O’Brien is already looking to the future of rebuilding the playground. “This will know no boundaries, it was built to have no boundaries, no barriers, to welcome all and I’m excited to see the community embrace this and own it and be a part of it and celebrate it and if we liked what we had before, wait until you see what we build.” BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — 12 News spoke with community members Monday after a devastating fire burned the popular Rec Park playground to rubble. A fund has been started to rebuild the playground, you can donate to it here. People flocked to the playground, called ‘OurSpace at Recreation Park’ all-day Monday to get a look at the damage. Many took photos, looked in awe at what was left, and some even held back tears. “We chose Rec Park very strategically because it was right in the center of the most accessible part for anybody who wanted to be there, it didn’t matter what your demographic was, it didn’t matter if you had lots of money or no money,” she explained. Seeing it Monday morning, he said, “It’s completely heartbreaking, this park was beautiful.” Brett McMullen lives right next door to the park. While she’s already looking to rebuild, when talking about parts of the playground that can’t be replaced, she burst into tears. Jen O’Brien was an integral part in building the large, handicap-accessible playground originally.
Homegrown e-commerce platform Bukapalak has denied reports that the data of millions of its users were compromised and sold on the dark web, only days after e-commerce unicorn Tokopedia was reported to have faced an internal system breach.The personal data of around 13 million Bukalapak users, including usernames, email addresses and encrypted passwords, are being sold for an undisclosed price on data-exchange platform RaidForum.“After an internal investigation, we found that the reports currently circulating were sourced from a data breach attempt last year. There have been no new incidents,” Bukalapak corporate communication head Intan Wibisono told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday. “We found and stopped the culprit of last year’s data breach attempt,” Rachmat said. “We would also like to remind our users to take preventive measures such as changing their passwords periodically and enabling two-step verification.”The company reported that it has around 50 million users and 40 million merchants with 131 million average monthly visitors as of 2019.Tokopedia’s internal database was breached by an as-yet unidentified party, resulting in a massive data leak that affected around 15 million of its users, according to a recent report by cybersecurity research collective Under the Breach.A report titled The Hacker-Powered Security Report 2019 published by bug bounty platform HackerOne revealed that data leaks among retail and e-commerce platforms occurred more frequently than was recognized as more than two-thirds of all retailers considered cybercrime a top security issue.The retail and e-commerce sector has reported that information disclosures made up 21 percent of all reported vulnerabilities, as hackers usually targeted financial data such as credit and debit card details as well as supporting personal data like name, age and gender.Topics : She said the company monitored and recorded the people who accessed, read, replaced, or deleted its data. Bukalapak stores sensitive data, such as citizen ID cards (KTP), in a special form of storage in which data is automatically deleted to protect the users’ privacy, she added.RaidForum account STARTEXMISLEAD claimed to be selling Bukalapak user data. The account posted a thread on the evening of May 4. Another account, AsianBoy, claimed to be selling the data of 12.9 million Bukalapak users dated 2017. The account was only created in April this year.“We can assure our user that their data is kept safe,” said Bukalapak CEO Rachmat Kaimuddin in a written statement on Wednesday.He went on to say that the user data was protected with a multi-layer protection system and that the company had improved its security measures after an attempted breach last year.
CHRISTIAN Coleman hopes to form a sprinting rivalry with Andre De Grasse akin to that established between Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin.Bolt was the dominant sprinter for close to a decade, claiming eight Olympic gold and 14 IAAF World Championship medals before a hamstring injury saw his career end in distressing circumstances as he failed to finish Saturday’s 4x100m relay final.In his last individual event, the Jamaican had to settle for 100m bronze as Gatlin – cast as the villainous foil for Bolt due to his two doping bans – finally got the better of his sprinting adversary in a global final, with 21-year-old Coleman taking the silver in his first appearance on the stage.De Grasse, 22, collected 100m bronze and 200m silver medals at Rio 2016 and was expected to add to his haul in London until a hamstring injury forced him to withdraw.Bolt and Gatlin spoke at the Worlds about their amicable relationship despite years of facing each other on the track, and Coleman – who plans to add the 200m to his repertoire in Qatar in two years – hopes to have similar competition with De Grasse when they seek to stake their claim for dominance over the coming years.Coleman told Omnisport: “(De Grasse) is a great competitor. He’s a great guy as well. I would have liked to compete with him but, unfortunately, he had an injury. I’m sure he’ll be in contention for years to come and I’m looking forward to it.“Maybe (there will be a rivalry), just because we are two guys who people are saying will be in contention to win medals in the future and just like Gatlin and Bolt, they compete against each other year after year, they have a great rivalry and they’re still friends. (Omnisport)“I think we can maybe develop something like that, but you’ve still got to take it one year at a time, one race at a time, and put the work in and don’t take anything for granted. “You’ve just got to continue to work and let the media worry about stuff like that.”