How to Protest Without Sacrificing Your Digital Privacy
How to keep your digital devices and accounts safe when exercising your right to peaceably assemble.
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Facebook Employee Vocally Resigns, Says Company on 'Wrong Side of History'
Timothy J. Aveni explicitly linked his resignation to Facebook’s refusal to act on posts from Trump which call for violence.
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Hackers Just Dropped a Jailbreak They Say Works for All iPhones
The new unc0ver jailbreak relies on a vulnerability that the researcher who found it says Apple is unaware of.
The New United Nations Coronavirus Social Distancing App Doesn’t Even Work
On Wednesday the UN announced its app 1point5 to help people social distance. But it doesn’t perform the most basic of tasks.
How Google Plans to Push Its Coronavirus Tracing Feature to Android Phones
Android has a notoriously patchy update cycle, so Google is using another method to push a new coronavirus tracing feature to phones without user interaction.
Someone Made a Tool to Predict the Animal Crossing Stalk Market
The ‘Animal Crossing Turnip Price Forecaster’ lets players do just that by inputting prices from earlier in the week.
Zoom Faces Class Action Lawsuit for Sharing Data with Facebook
The lawsuit comes after Motherboard analyzed the Zoom iOS app and found it sent analytic data to Facebook once opened.
Zoom is Leaking Peoples' Email Addresses and Photos to Strangers
For at least a few thousand people, Zoom has treated their personal email addresses as if they all belong to the same company, letting them video call each other.
Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook
The change comes after Motherboard found the Zoom iOS app was sending analytics information to Facebook when users opened the app.
Hackers Are Taking Over Twitter Accounts to Advertise Face Masks
Accounts pushed hundreds of tweets advertising a sketchy mask website on Tuesday.
Inside an Instagram Celebrity Hacking Campaign
Hackers targeted an adult film star. A white hat hacker decided to help.
Meet the Guy Selling Wireless Tech to Steal Luxury Cars in Seconds
Motherboard obtained a video of a so-called relay attack from EvanConnect, who sells keyless repeaters that can be used to break into and steal luxury cars.