Court records and Telegram message reveal the FBI's investigation into a cybercrime gang called "the Comm" and a subgroup named "ACG." Members are allegedly linked to a nationwide wave of swattings that targeted schools and universities.
New York Times Profiles Back-to-Office Culture at Company That Used Surveillance to Harass Coworkers at the Office
While bemoaning the fact that workers have “less supervision” at home.
The harassment campaign shows that if there is audio of you speaking available online—podcasts, streams, YouTube—you could also be a target of AI-generated voices.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday against Walmart, the employee, who was present for the shooting, claims that Walmart did very little after her report.
Influencers have been accused of inviting stalking and abuse due to their online presence. Welcome to the digital short skirt phenomenon.
"I hate all these women," one commentator posted on a forum dedicated to cum tributes. “I want to see them degraded into sperm-covered rags."
An inquiry into responses to domestic violence and work culture at Queensland police revealed systemic bullying and harassment this week.
Members of SIM swapping communities have moved from hacking into offering assault, shootings, and bombings in exchange for payment.
"This report marks a signal for change in the industry."
Since 2007, Poopsenders.com has let people send packages filled with disturbingly realistic feces. Now, 'United States of America v. Poopsenders.com' has named two men who may be responsible.
Twitter wants to prevent people from sharing pictures and videos “of private individuals without [their] permission.” And free speech experts are concerned.