Right to Repair
The Most Important Right-to-Repair Hearing Yet Is on Monday
Massachusetts is vying to become the first state to protect consumers' right to repair their electronics.
a day ago
At the Times, a Hesitance to Hyperlink
Journalists at the New York Times and its own standards editor say that getting continually dragged by other journalists for not giving credit is embarrassing.
2 days ago
Feds Bust One of the Dark Web's Biggest Child Porn Sites Thanks to Tremendously Bad Opsec
The site, "Welcome to Video," hosted 8 terabytes of child porn. More than 337 people have been arrested in 38 countries.
3 days ago
Worn-Out Flash Memory Is Suddenly Bricking Tesla Cars
"When this burns out, you wake up to a black screen."
4 days ago
Blizzard Doubles Down, Says It Will Continue to Silence Players on 'Official Channels'
Blizzard will return prize money to Blitzchung but said that his support of Hong Kong protesters was made in a 'divisive' and 'deliberate' way.
Blizzard Doesn't Respect the Human Rights of Its Customers, Major Rights Organization Says
"By penalizing a player for speaking up in support of protesters exercising their right to freedom of expression, Blizzard demonstrates a lack of respect for the human rights of its users."
Gamers Are Organizing a Mass Protest at Blizzard's BlizzCon
"They have no idea what kind of Internet shitstorm they've unleashed," the protest's organizers say.
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It Is Currently Impossible to Exchange Money for an iPhone
The iPhone 11 Pro is sold out in stores all over the country and Apple store workers don't know when they're getting more shipments.
How Twitter Sees Itself
Multiple current and former Twitter employees, including executives, explain how Twitter really positions itself and its responsibilities around moderating speech.
What's in Trump's Super Classified Server and Why Is He Hiding Things There
Putting a politically-damaging phone call with Ukraine on the "codeword-classified" system is highly inappropriate and would give Trump "maximum control over who sees it."
Website.com Is a Website About Websites
Worth checking out.
Congress Is Investigating Apple's Repair Monopoly
Part of the antitrust investigation centers on "Apple's restrictions on third-party repairs."