An investigation into a traffic pileup at a protest last month in Washington state has led to a fight over a search warrant that targets the private Facebook accounts of Dakota Access Pipeline critics.
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Welp, you thought Silicon Valley bros were bad.
Smartphones allow people to check sports scores, send email and watch cat videos almost anywhere.
They now can also allow you to perform cunnilingus just by licking your phone.
We once lived in simpler times.
Before the advent of Twitter, brands had a harder time trying to reach the disaffected youth with casual language and “hip” slang. In this new age, however, corporations regularly shower their target audiences on social media with verbiage like “bae,” “fleek” and, from IHOP, “Back that stack up.
There was once a time when “This is Sparta” was arguably one of the more boring phrases in the English language ― reviewed on a projector that’s lightbulb always seemed to be dying during high school history class.
The history of gold trading can be traced back hundreds of years while bitcoin, a digital currency that uses encryption and works independently of central banks, has been around for less than ten.
America got mail this weekend, about 30 emails, according to reports. They were written as recently as last year by then-Governor Mike Pence and sent from his personal AOL account. While this is a political story, it is not about politics.
U.S. regulators on Wednesday blocked some Obama administration rules on the eve of implementation, regulations that would have subjected broadband providers to stricter scrutiny than web sites face to protect customers’ private data.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are already the proud parents of daughter Maxima Chan Zuckerberg, and they’re about to give her a sister.
The Facebook CEO wrote a detailed Facebook post about the news, noting how hard it was to conceive their first child.
In a few hours of surfing Amazon’s Books category, I noticed that this American giant of online sales is infested with Holocaust deniers. These are books that either deny the crime ― the genocide of the Jews ― or the weapon of the crime ― the gas chambers.
WASHINGTON ― A ransomware attack has frozen Democrats in the Pennsylvania state Senate out of their computers, data, email and website.
Yahoo Inc, which disclosed two massive data breaches last year, said on Wednesday that about 32 million user accounts were accessed by intruders in the last two years using forged cookies.
The company said some of the latest intrusions can be connected to the “same state-sponsored actor believed to be responsible for the 2014 breach”, in which at least 500 million accounts were affected.