Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is the Deputy Editor and co-founder at Grit Daily. He is a millennial attorney, adjunct cybersecurity law professor, entrepreneur, author, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. A current writer for Bloomberg Law, Law360, and CoinTelegraph, Rossow is also a former writer with Forbes and HuffPost, and contributed to many cybersecurity and technology publications. Utilizing his millennial background to its fullest potential, Rossow provides a well-rounded perspective on social media crime, technology and privacy implications, as well as news in the entertainment space. He is also a strong advocate against cyberbullying and online-harassment, utilizing his #CYBERBYTE movement to unite Hollywood and Silicon Valley in the fight against trolling.

Cable Provider, ‘Altice USA,’ Acquires Millennial News Network, ‘Cheddar,’ For $200 Million

On Tuesday, cable provider Altice USA, Inc. announced that it has acquired millennial news network, Cheddar, Inc. for $200 million, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Of course, the deal is subject to regulatory approval prior to its closing. Jon Steinberg, the founder and CEO of Cheddar, and former BuzzFeed executive, will become president of Altice News, a division that will include Cheddar, as well as Altice’s News 12 channel and i24 News, an Israeli-based 24-hour international news...

What to Take Away from Game of Thrones’, ‘Battle of Winterfell’, TV’s Most Tweeted Episode In History

#1—Yes, We Know It Was Dark. Here’s Why. The night is always darkest before the dawn. Yes, we know a good amount of the episode was dark. But, instead of being an asshole and ungrateful, understand why it was dark and the significance this episode brought to cinematic history. Through the Twitter-verse, fans have had a lot to say about the episode’s continual darkness during the epic battle scene that lasted for 83 minutes in Season 8, Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. Many are wondering whether...

Game of Thrones’ ‘Long Night’ Is Dark and Full of Death: Season 8, Episode 3 Recap

Sunday night was dark and full of death for Game of Thrones fans in what proved to be the most gut-wrenching episode to date. For Season 8, Episode 3, titled, “The Long Night,” the night was long and dark indeed. Despite fans complaints about the lighting of the entire episode, director Miguel Sapochnik delivered what appeared to be his best work yet in the history of film and cinema. With the Great War finished, the amount of bloodshed from The Long Night left fans in complete and...

Digital Evidence Surfaces In Aftermath of California Synagogue Shooting

“Four weeks ago, I decided I was doing this. Four weeks later, I did it.” Six months after eleven people were killed at the Pittsburgh Tree of Life synagogue attack, a San Diego synagogue experienced its own horror on Saturday, the last day of Passover. Early Saturday morning, John T. Earnest, opened fire with an AR-style rifle at Congregation Chabad in Poway, north of San Diego. The Members of the Congregation were attending the final day of services for Passover, one of the...

How This Blockchain-Powered Adult Entertainment Platform Satisfies Allie Eve Knox’s Fetish to Create Comfortably

Entering the adult entertainment industry in late 2014, Allie Eve Knox, was in pretty dire circumstances. She had just graduated from grad school, was working a full-time job that hardly paid the bills, while trying to reduce the massive $100,000+ in student loan debt. “I was treading water trying to make ends meet,” she recalled. “I had promoted a popular men’s magazine while in college, and they invited me to join their cam site. Thinking that it couldn’t hurt, I started camming on their...

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