MGT Capital Investment, the penny stock turned "technology company" led by noted trickster John McAfee is crashing on the New York Stock Exchange following a subpoena from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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I don't even know what this is. It's not as batshit insane as McAfee's guide to uninstalling McAfee Antivirus which improbably makes it even weirder. Like McAfee has reached another level of ridiculousness by being more calculated in his ridiculousness.
John McAfee is one weird guy, and this video only serves to bolster that reputation. Uploaded to YouTube last night, it's a hilarious — and entirely NSFW — video that sees the man himself teach you how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus.
John McAfee has been deported from Guatemala and has arrived back in the US. An American Airlines commercial jet carrying McAfee landed in Miami last night.
The story of John Mcafee is so freaking weird, he actually sold the movie rights to his life while detained in a Guatemalan prison. Obviously, now that McAfee: The Movie is on the table, we have to cast it.
Things aren't going well for John McAfee right now. He's been hospitalized with an unconfirmed condition, and his request for asylum was turned down by Guatemala. But let's take a moment to look back at the bizarre path we took to get here through the bizarre-is-what-we-do lens of the NMA, the Taiwanese animation studio.
Can't get enough of the wild saga of murder suspect and anti-virus pioneer John McAfee? Great, because he just started a blog about his fugitive life on the lam in Belize. Bless you, internet.
John McAfee, the antivirus software kingpin who's being sought in connection with a murder investigation but claims he's innocent, is on the run from the police in Belize right now. If he gets caught, he thinks he'll be killed. Even with those dangerous stakes, McAfee talked to Wired to describe the past two days on the lam. The audio of the interview is below and it's as insane as you'd expect it to be.
The story of antivirus millionaire turned reclusive murder suspect John McAfee is a long, strange, sordid one. Earlier today, on CBS This Morning, reporter Jeff Wise — who broke the news for Gizmodo — talked about where the McAfee saga stands today, and how we got here in the first place.
Warning: don't search for Emma Watson online unless you want to get your computer infected. According to McAfee's annual list of most dangerous online celebrities, if you're looking for news about Hermione, specifically naked news, you have about a 12 per cent chance of picking up malware.