In case you don't grok the significance here, or don't know the story behind this release, @radiohead@twitter.com was hacked, and they attempted to ransom their music back to them for $150k.

Rather than pay the ransom, they're selling the unreleased materials on Bandcamp for a very reasonable fee that they're donating to charity.

For me, it resonates a bit since I've been hacked several times in the last few weeks.

(part of that story:
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RT @rizzn@twitter.com
I think I got SIM swapped again this morning. On with TMobile.
twitter.com/rizzn/status/11384

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RT @rizzn@twitter.com
Unlike Radiohead, despite several attempts to hack my systems, I will *not* be releasing my private keys as a response to the hackers
twitter.com/rizzn/status/11384

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