Russia Accidentally Sabotages Its Internet
It’s the latest Kremlin attempt to clamp down on Russians’ online activity. And it blocked almost 16 million IP addresses belonging to Amazon and Google.
Unmasked: This Mystery Hacker Stole 168 Million Identities
It was a king-sized cybercrime whodunnit. And now, the culprit is finally coming forward.
It’s 2018 and Not Cool to Hate on Creators
The actor went on a rude, entitled rant about social media at the Shorty Awards.
Amazon Denies Allegations About Inadequate Bathroom Breaks
James Bloodworth said employees in Britain used a ‘toilet bottle’ system because they were reprimanded for arriving late from bathroom breaks.
Tesla Says Factory Is Safer—but Left Injuries Off the Books
Undercounting injuries is a symptom of a larger problem: Tesla has put electric car manufacturing above safety concerns, former safety experts say.
Chat Site for Gamers Overrun by the Alt-Right Fights Back
Discord’s invite-only chat rooms are where the deadly Charlottesville march was planned. Since then leakers and the SPLC have been rooting out neo-Nazis, one at a time.
‘Skinny Legend’ Is the Highest Internet Praise Right Now
‘Being a skinny legend isn’t about being what other people deem as thin. It’s a frame of mind.’