Multiple confidential documents obtained by Motherboard show the sort of companies that want to buy data derived from scraping the contents of your email inbox.
Microsoft’s email service was once the cutting edge in online communication. Now, it’s a relic from the days of dial-up internet. What happened?
"I’m sorry that I had to end it and I’m very sorry that I did not want to fix it."
Most of these were phishing attacks in which users were sent an authentic-looking email from Google, asking them to update their security details through a link.
My mum has had the same phone for nearly a decade now. A battered, pay-as-you-go Blackberry with no data or wifi compatibility.
The rise of email "tracking pixels" is a dystopian nightmare that shows a complete lack of empathy for the person you're talking to.
Earlier this month, VICE's Motherboard had revealed that Microsoft's email services were compromised. Multiple victims now say that hackers stole their cryptocurrency.