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This “Civilization V” Mod Lets You Compete, Bribe, And Exploit Your Way To Hosting A World Cup

Take advantage of migrant workers and build unsustainably expensive infrastructure in this new add-on.

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Less than a week after the end of the World Cup, Steam user Steph has built an add-on for Civilization that attempts to capture the entire global phenomenon:

There have been dozens of FIFA branded video games. Dozens. Yet every one of these titles ignore the all-powerful FIFA in their gameplay. They don't showcase the scandal, the copious wealth, the controversial remarks. They're just about soccer. And that's not enough. That's not FIFA.

What I bring is the opportunity to dive head first into the most drama-filled element of the World Cup: the bidding war to host the tournament.

Steph's “FIFA World Cup Host Resolution” add-on for Sid Meier's Civilization V puts every civilization in a given game in a race to build the most infrastructure. The winner of the race is awarded the World Cup, but has to continue to finance and complete massive amounts of new construction prior to the Cup. Helpfully, the mod includes ultra-cheap, highly exploitable migrant worker units to help you do so:

The Migrant Worker is half the price of the regular worker and can only be bought. With additional movement, they are willing to work long hours without food or water. You hold their passports and salaries so they'll never stray– if they run too far from your territory and the heat doesn't kill them, there are literally countless afflictions and human rights abuses that will! They are the foundation on which your brand new stadiums rest on – or at least their bodies will be. But don't worry when they perish, with 1.4 million units to choose from, it's a never ending supply of cheap labour!

The add-on is, of course, an acid commentary on the legally dubious practices countries engage in for the rights to host the World Cup, and more specifically on the abject conditions in Qatar for the migrant workers who are helping to prepare that country for the 2022 World Cup. So, though you never get to control Lionel Messi, this add-on for Civilization V may be the most accurate soccer simulation every produced. Sepp Blatter would be proud.

LINK: FIFA World Cup Host Resolution

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This “Civilization V” Mod Lets You Compete, Bribe, And Exploit Your Way To Hosting A World Cup

Take advantage of migrant workers and build unsustainably expensive infrastructure in this new add-on.

steamcommunity.com

Less than a week after the end of the World Cup, Steam user Steph has built an add-on for Civilization that attempts to capture the entire global phenomenon:

There have been dozens of FIFA branded video games. Dozens. Yet every one of these titles ignore the all-powerful FIFA in their gameplay. They don't showcase the scandal, the copious wealth, the controversial remarks. They're just about soccer. And that's not enough. That's not FIFA.

What I bring is the opportunity to dive head first into the most drama-filled element of the World Cup: the bidding war to host the tournament.

Steph's “FIFA World Cup Host Resolution” add-on for Sid Meier's Civilization V puts every civilization in a given game in a race to build the most infrastructure. The winner of the race is awarded the World Cup, but has to continue to finance and complete massive amounts of new construction prior to the Cup. Helpfully, the mod includes ultra-cheap, highly exploitable migrant worker units to help you do so:

The Migrant Worker is half the price of the regular worker and can only be bought. With additional movement, they are willing to work long hours without food or water. You hold their passports and salaries so they'll never stray– if they run too far from your territory and the heat doesn't kill them, there are literally countless afflictions and human rights abuses that will! They are the foundation on which your brand new stadiums rest on – or at least their bodies will be. But don't worry when they perish, with 1.4 million units to choose from, it's a never ending supply of cheap labour!

The add-on is, of course, an acid commentary on the legally dubious practices countries engage in for the rights to host the World Cup, and more specifically on the abject conditions in Qatar for the migrant workers who are helping to prepare that country for the 2022 World Cup. So, though you never get to control Lionel Messi, this add-on for Civilization V may be the most accurate soccer simulation every produced. Sepp Blatter would be proud.

LINK: FIFA World Cup Host Resolution

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This “Civilization V” Mod Lets You Compete, Bribe, And Exploit Your Way To Hosting A World Cup

Take advantage of migrant workers and build unsustainably expensive infrastructure in this new add-on.

steamcommunity.com

Less than a week after the end of the World Cup, Steam user Steph has built an add-on for Civilization that attempts to capture the entire global phenomenon:

There have been dozens of FIFA branded video games. Dozens. Yet every one of these titles ignore the all-powerful FIFA in their gameplay. They don't showcase the scandal, the copious wealth, the controversial remarks. They're just about soccer. And that's not enough. That's not FIFA.

What I bring is the opportunity to dive head first into the most drama-filled element of the World Cup: the bidding war to host the tournament.

Steph's “FIFA World Cup Host Resolution” add-on for Sid Meier's Civilization V puts every civilization in a given game in a race to build the most infrastructure. The winner of the race is awarded the World Cup, but has to continue to finance and complete massive amounts of new construction prior to the Cup. Helpfully, the mod includes ultra-cheap, highly exploitable migrant worker units to help you do so:

The Migrant Worker is half the price of the regular worker and can only be bought. With additional movement, they are willing to work long hours without food or water. You hold their passports and salaries so they'll never stray– if they run too far from your territory and the heat doesn't kill them, there are literally countless afflictions and human rights abuses that will! They are the foundation on which your brand new stadiums rest on – or at least their bodies will be. But don't worry when they perish, with 1.4 million units to choose from, it's a never ending supply of cheap labour!

The add-on is, of course, an acid commentary on the legally dubious practices countries engage in for the rights to host the World Cup, and more specifically on the abject conditions in Qatar for the migrant workers who are helping to prepare that country for the 2022 World Cup. So, though you never get to control Lionel Messi, this add-on for Civilization V may be the most accurate soccer simulation every produced. Sepp Blatter would be proud.

LINK: FIFA World Cup Host Resolution

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This “Civilization V” Mod Lets You Compete, Bribe, And Exploit Your Way To Hosting A World Cup

Take advantage of migrant workers and build unsustainably expensive infrastructure in this new add-on.

steamcommunity.com

Less than a week after the end of the World Cup, Steam user Steph has built an add-on for Civilization that attempts to capture the entire global phenomenon:

There have been dozens of FIFA branded video games. Dozens. Yet every one of these titles ignore the all-powerful FIFA in their gameplay. They don't showcase the scandal, the copious wealth, the controversial remarks. They're just about soccer. And that's not enough. That's not FIFA.

What I bring is the opportunity to dive head first into the most drama-filled element of the World Cup: the bidding war to host the tournament.

Steph's “FIFA World Cup Host Resolution” add-on for Sid Meier's Civilization V puts every civilization in a given game in a race to build the most infrastructure. The winner of the race is awarded the World Cup, but has to continue to finance and complete massive amounts of new construction prior to the Cup. Helpfully, the mod includes ultra-cheap, highly exploitable migrant worker units to help you do so:

The Migrant Worker is half the price of the regular worker and can only be bought. With additional movement, they are willing to work long hours without food or water. You hold their passports and salaries so they'll never stray– if they run too far from your territory and the heat doesn't kill them, there are literally countless afflictions and human rights abuses that will! They are the foundation on which your brand new stadiums rest on – or at least their bodies will be. But don't worry when they perish, with 1.4 million units to choose from, it's a never ending supply of cheap labour!

The add-on is, of course, an acid commentary on the legally dubious practices countries engage in for the rights to host the World Cup, and more specifically on the abject conditions in Qatar for the migrant workers who are helping to prepare that country for the 2022 World Cup. So, though you never get to control Lionel Messi, this add-on for Civilization V may be the most accurate soccer simulation every produced. Sepp Blatter would be proud.

LINK: FIFA World Cup Host Resolution

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This “Civilization V” Mod Lets You Compete, Bribe, And Exploit Your Way To Hosting A World Cup

Take advantage of migrant workers and build unsustainably expensive infrastructure in this new add-on.

steamcommunity.com

Less than a week after the end of the World Cup, Steam user Steph has built an add-on for Civilization that attempts to capture the entire global phenomenon:

There have been dozens of FIFA branded video games. Dozens. Yet every one of these titles ignore the all-powerful FIFA in their gameplay. They don't showcase the scandal, the copious wealth, the controversial remarks. They're just about soccer. And that's not enough. That's not FIFA.

What I bring is the opportunity to dive head first into the most drama-filled element of the World Cup: the bidding war to host the tournament.

Steph's “FIFA World Cup Host Resolution” add-on for Sid Meier's Civilization V puts every civilization in a given game in a race to build the most infrastructure. The winner of the race is awarded the World Cup, but has to continue to finance and complete massive amounts of new construction prior to the Cup. Helpfully, the mod includes ultra-cheap, highly exploitable migrant worker units to help you do so:

The Migrant Worker is half the price of the regular worker and can only be bought. With additional movement, they are willing to work long hours without food or water. You hold their passports and salaries so they'll never stray– if they run too far from your territory and the heat doesn't kill them, there are literally countless afflictions and human rights abuses that will! They are the foundation on which your brand new stadiums rest on – or at least their bodies will be. But don't worry when they perish, with 1.4 million units to choose from, it's a never ending supply of cheap labour!

The add-on is, of course, an acid commentary on the legally dubious practices countries engage in for the rights to host the World Cup, and more specifically on the abject conditions in Qatar for the migrant workers who are helping to prepare that country for the 2022 World Cup. So, though you never get to control Lionel Messi, this add-on for Civilization V may be the most accurate soccer simulation every produced. Sepp Blatter would be proud.

LINK: FIFA World Cup Host Resolution

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Text message exploit can force your Nexus phone to reboot

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Watch out if someone sends a flood of text messages to your Nexus phone — they may be trying to break in or otherwise cause havoc. IT administrator Bogdan Alecu has discovered an Android bug that triggers exploitable behavior in the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 whenever they’re hit by a large volume of Class 0 SMS messages, or texts that aren’t automatically stored on the phone. The denial of service attack usually forces the handset to reboot, but it can also disable the network connection (if temporarily) or crash the messaging app. Non-Nexus hardware appears to be safe, although Alecu notes that he hasn’t had a chance to test a wide variety of gadgets. Regardless of the problem’s scale, affected users will have to be cautious for a while; Google tells PCWorld that it’s looking into the exploit, but there’s no word on just when we can expect a patch.

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Microsoft pays $100,000 bounty for discovery of Windows 8.1 exploit

Microsoft said it would pay up to a $ 100,000 bounty to researchers who found exploits in Windows 8.1, and it’s putting its money where its mouth is. The company just paid the full hundred grand to Context Information Security’s James Forshaw for discovering a defense circumvention technique. While …

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Employee creates Bitcoin botnet to exploit ESEA’s 500,000-member gaming community

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The ESEA gaming network has been exploiting its users’ powerful graphics cards to mine Bitcoins without their knowledge. The mining began on April 13th and affected thousands of gamers, who unwittingly mined over $ 3,700 worth of the currency. ESEA, which describes itself as “the largest competitive video gaming community in North America,” wasn’t aware that the Bitcoin mining was taking place, and blames the behavior on a rogue employee out for personal gain.

The full story on how and why the Bitcoin-mining software made its way to users’ computers isn’t yet available, but ESEA had been exploring the idea of adding a Bitcoin mining option to its client. The idea was canned on April 12th, but the next day, the rogue employee secretly…

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Microsoft offers fix for exploit that could hijack PCs running old versions of IE

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Microsoft is today resolving a nasty vulnerability that targets old versions of Internet Explorer and allowed a user’s PC to be overtaken if the browser was steered to select malicious websites. After it was initially found last month, Microsoft offered up a few workarounds and a standalone patch to avoid the flaw, which threatens versions 6, 7, and 8 of Internet Explorer. But today’s security update should eliminate the vulnerability for good. Microsoft says that to date, just a “limited number” of customers have fallen victim to the zero-day exploit, but admits ” the potential exists that more customers could be affected in the future.” As such, the update has been designated critical and will be automatically installed for users that…

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Facebook dodges potential ‘peeping Tom’ webcam exploit thanks to bug hunters

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It appears that Facebook has actually dodged a rather significant security mishap that would have permitted hackers to remotely and secretly trigger individual webcams and publish the taped video to their profiles. According to Bloomberg, a pair of researchers at XY Safety found this bug in July and sent it to Facebook, who paid the pair $ 2,500 in cash for their efforts– that’s five times the typical going rate Facebook provides for bugs individuals submit, an admission that the bug was particularly severe. A Facebook spokesperson told Bloomberg that it found no individuals were affected when it closed the hole, but it’s still a possibly significant flaw the company need to be pleased it fixed before things got awful. “This susceptability, like lots of others we …

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