Inside the OSINT Operation to Get Foreign Students Out of Ukraine
A ragtag group of hackers and OSINT professionals is using everything from open flight data to Google Maps to evacuate foreign students from Ukraine.
Possum Released Without Charges After Holding Woman Hostage
Every time the woman attempted to leave her home, the marsupial would reportedly charge and force her back inside.
Swedish Officials Call For EU-Wide Ban On ‘Proof of Work’ Crypto Mining
The officials argue that if energy-intensive crypto mining remains legal, the European Union will not be able to meet its climate targets.
Denmark Spends $150K to Clean Beach Seaweed and Plastic, Then Dumps It Back in the Sea
Experts have described the practice as 'completely idiotic' and harmful for the local ecosystem.
Bishop Who Left Clergy for Erotica Writer Accused of Being ‘Possessed’
Former Bishop Xavier Novell reportedly began a new job at Semen Cardona, a company which produces and exports high-quality pig semen to over 20 countries.
How a Far-Right Philosopher Ended Up Shooting Porn
A far-right philosopher went to have sex on camera with a member of a controversial art collective, then retracted his consent—they published the footage anyways.
Jellyfish Keep Attacking Nuclear Power Plants
Jellyfish are continuing to clog the cooling pipes of nuclear power plants around the world.
Rare ‘Penis Plant’ Blooms for the First Time in 25 Years
Experts believe that this is only the third time the aptly named Amorphophallus decus-silvae has bloomed in Europe.
Museum Starts OnlyFans Account After Its TikTok Is Banned for Posting Nudes
A consortium of museums opened an OnlyFans account as part of its ‘Vienna Laid Bare Campaign.’
Colombia Is Finally Sterilizing Pablo Escobar’s Hippos
Colombian authorities have already sterilized 24 of the more than 80 hippos residing in the rivers near Escobar’s former compound.
Uber Is Being Sued Over Its ‘Racist’ Facial Recognition Algorithm
A UK labor union is taking Uber to court after one of its members was fired for failing two of Uber’s facial recognition checks.
Gorillas Delivery App Fires Workers for Striking
After a series of wildcat strikes shut down operations across Berlin, grocery delivery startup Gorillas fired a number of its riders.