Florida Captures, Kills Giant Lizard That Terrorized Local Community for a Year
The elusive, human-sized reptile was nabbed by wildlife authorities.
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Police Are Feeding Celebrity Photos into Facial Recognition Software to Solve Crimes
Law enforcement agencies are using facial recognition systems with little to no rules, found a new study by the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology.
Dead Whales Are Washing Up in Droves on California’s Beaches
Ten dead gray whales have been spotted at Bay Area beaches over the last two months.
San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Use by Police and the Government
The technology hub is now the first US city to have issued a moratorium on the invasive spy technology.
‘Balls Are Complete’: How a Navy Jet Crew Drew a Massive Penis in the Sky
A Navy probe revealed who was responsible for the contrails phallus.
New Zealand Man Goes Swimming, Finds Footprints of Extinct Mega-Bird
“I was just going for a casual swim, so it’s escalated a bit.”
Kazakhstan's President Needs to Go Easy on the Photoshopping
Before and after photos of Qasym-Zhomart Tokayev suggest the interim president’s appearance has been beautified.
The ‘Yeti’ Footprints Found by the Indian Army Are Probably Just a Bear's
“Any reasonable person can see these are melted prints.”
Whale Freed From Harness Was 'Likely' Trained by Russian Navy
We talked to the Norwegian marine biologist who freed a beluga whale from a harness that said "Equipment of St. Petersburg."
Founder of Voat, the ‘Censorship-Free’ Reddit, Begs Users to Stop Making Death Threats
Voat founder Justin Chastain said that a “US agency” had contacted the platform, allegedly over threats on the website.
That Viral Video of a Chimp Scrolling Instagram Is Bad, Actually
The video of the chimpanzee scrolling through social media isn't good for wildlife conservation, experts say.
Did Trump Show Printed-Out Tweets to Jack Dorsey? We Asked Digital Forensics Experts
President Trump brought a conspicuous stack of papers to his meeting with Jack Dorsey.