Colombian artist Camilo Restrepo is selling “kilos of cocaine” as non-fungible tokens. This cocaine doesn't get you high, though.
The modern, tech-savvy Taliban aren’t the same as they were 20 years ago. Now they’re using the internet to control the narrative—and assert their dominance.
The profitable virtual platform is an online alternative for sex workers, but Internet fees and bank rules put it out of reach for workers in the region.
The massive Colombian delivery service Rappi wants employees to compete for a chance at a COVID vaccine.
“I think people will be willing to try it out, but news is going to travel fast if it sucks.” Currently in production, the new phone will carry no foreign apps and could increase surveillance on the island.
“I called my dad and just kind of pissed my pants,” said a Bitcoin company CEO when he heard about the plan, which could create a tax haven but aid criminal groups.
Privacy advocates are worried about a new law that could force ordinary citizens to be fingerprinted to buy a phone. Supporters say it will help to combat extortion.
Inmates were making money from explicit videos that proved popular with Mexican, mostly male, users.
"I Love You, I Love You, I Love You To The confines of death and disease, the legions of earth rejoices. Woe be to the world!"
The idea has stoked outrage across the board.
Facial recognition cameras commit minimal errors in recognizing the faces of white men, but they misidentified black women up to nearly 35 percent of the time, according to a recent study.
Australians woke this morning to blank spaces where Facebook's news pages used to be. Here's what happens next.