Edward Ongweso Jr
Edward Ongweso Jr is a staff writer at Motherboard, where he covers labor, crypto, and Silicon Valley.
A pair of hackers swatted victims and taunted responding officers using the internet-connected cameras, prosecutors allege.
The disgraced FTX founder was arrested on unspecified charges a month after the sudden collapse of his crypto empire.
Here’s what actually happened with the ‘Twitter Files’ Wikipedia page.
The company claims lawmakers should let the NFT-powered metaverse flourish because it will somehow add $3 trillion to global GDP by 2031.
‘NO’: Grad Students Analyze, Hack, and Remove Under-Desk Surveillance Devices Designed to Track Them
In October, the university quietly introduced heat sensors under desk without notifying students or seeking their consent. Students removed the devices, hacked them, and were able to force the university to stop its surveillance.
At the The New York Times' Dealbook conference, the former FTX CEO said he just wanted figure out what happened.
Convicted Fyre Festival Fraudster Is Planning Another Bahamas Venture, But the Bahamas Don't Want Him
Billy McFarland is out of jail and ready for his next move: another event in the Bahamas to help pay back everyone he defrauded there five years ago.
Longtermism and effective altruism are shaky moral frameworks with giant blindspots that have proven useful for cynics, opportunists, and plutocrats.