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‪‪Mirai‬ ‪Botnet‬: 3 Men Plead Guilty to Cybercrimes
‪‪Mirai‬ ‪Botnet‬: 3 Men Plead Guilty to Cybercrimes

The Decentralized Internet Is Here, With Some Glitches

Privacy advocates and venture capitalists want to circumvent the tech giants with apps using encrypted data stored on networks of computers.

Google Fiber Is a Faint Echo of the Disruption We Were Promised

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Some eight years on and Google Fiber's ambitions are just a pale echo of the disruptive potential originally proclaimed by the company. While
The 'Change My Mind' meme is revealing a lot about the internet's strongest beliefs

The 'Change My Mind' meme is revealing a lot about the internet's strongest beliefs

What happens when a troll gets trolled on? Steven Crowder's 'Change My Mind' poster was the perfect slate for a Photoshop war on Twitter — and the memes that came out of it revealed which steadfast

AI's dirty little secret: It's powered by people

There's a dirty little secret about artificial intelligence: It's powered by hundreds of thousands of real people.
Facebook asked users if it's okay for adults to sexually harass kids

Facebook asked users if it's okay for adults to sexually harass kids

Facebook is no stranger to blunders and it just added another to its running list. The Guardian reports that the company asked some of its users to take a survey over the weekend, with questions

NewsGuard, new venture to combat 'fake news'

Two prominent American journalists announced plans Monday to launch a venture called NewsGuard which will provide online users with "reliability ratings" for media outlets.
Google sells restaurant review service Zagat

Google sells restaurant review service Zagat

Google bought Zagat in 2011 with hopes of offering definitive restaurant reviews in its search results, but that dream is ending quietly. True to the rumors, Google has sold Zagat to The Infatuation,
Netflix renews 'Black Mirror' for fifth season

Netflix renews 'Black Mirror' for fifth season

Would it surprise you to hear that Netflix's Black Mirror series is popular enough to justify more episodes? No? Well, we're going to let you know regardless: Netflix has confirmed that Charlie
Facebook expands breaking news label to more publishers

Facebook expands breaking news label to more publishers

Facebook began testing a "breaking news" label for developing stories back in November, and now the social network is expanding the option to more publishers. Starting this week, the company says 50

MWC 2018 teased a 5G-powered world that’s so close to being real

Before packing my bags for Spain, I took stock of my inbox for MWC meeting requests. A quick search showed I had more than 100 emails about 5G. "Solutions for cloud-based 5G infrastructures," one
Walmart is making its own meal kits in some stores

Walmart is making its own meal kits in some stores

Walmart isn't content to sell third-party meal kits in its bid to take on Amazon and Blue Apron. It's launching its own line of kits that will give you a meal for two without hunting down and
Charter Appeals Court Loss Over False Performance Claims

Charter Appeals Court Loss Over False Performance Claims

Charter has appealed a court decision ruling that it could face lawsuits over its deceptive marketing and fraudulent business practices. The post Charter Appeals Court Loss Over False Performance

Recognizing the Women Who Wove the Web

Women helped create web domains and bookmarks, a neglected history explored in Claire L. Evans’ new book “Broad Band.”
Facebook survey asked users if they’d like child porn on the site

Facebook survey asked users if they’d like child porn on the site

Facebook is already apologizing for a survey, shown to a small number of users on Sunday, which solicited opinions on what Facebook's policy should be if an adult man "asks a 14-year-old girl for

Reddit users unknowingly shared Russian propaganda during US election

While Facebook and Twitter have continued to delve into how Russian groups used their platforms to influence the last US presidential election, we haven't heard much from Reddit about the issue.

MoviePass CEO: 'We watch how you drive from home to the movies'

MoviePass' approach to gathering viewer data might raise eyebrows. According to Media Play News, CEO Mitch Lowe told those at a business forum that the movie subscription service's app not only tracks
Reddit Russian propaganda is mostly shared by American users

Reddit Russian propaganda is mostly shared by American users

Reddit has finally spoken up about recent reports pointing toward the presence of Russia propaganda on its platform. The company wasn’t ignoring the reports, company CEO Steve Huffman said in a post,