Tech workers are protesting outside of Github’s biggest event of the year—and several speakers dropped out.
Sophie Haskins, a software engineer, tells Motherboard how she decided it was time to quit her job at a tech company that contracts to ICE.
As thousands of people protest in Barcelona, an app meant to organize activists was blocked by Github on request of the government.
Even though GitHub leadership and others oppose ICE’s child separation policy, an internal email suggests GitHub won’t stop ICE from renewing a contract with the tech company.
The operating system is designed to work with ubiquitous, easy-to-scavenge components in a future where consumer electronics are a thing of the past.
Hackers stole data from Flirtsexchat, a sex website running vulnerable vBulletin software.
Last week, a former employee deleted open-source code he wrote for a tool called Chef in protest over an ICE contract. Now, Chef says it will not renew its work with ICE.
Seth Vargo wrote code used in a platform called Chef. When he learned ICE was a customer, he wrestled with ICE using code he had personally written.
Hackers are trying a novel approach to extort developers of some money.