North Korea Advertises Military Hardware on Twitter, YouTube, Defying Sanctions
Glocom is a front company for North Korea to sell sanctions violating military equipment. But, even after some tech companies clamped down, Glocom kept up its presence on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
GitHub, Medium, and Twitter Scrubbed a Database of ICE Agents
Threats of violence against database creator Sam Lavigne, however, remain online.
This Programmer Scraped LinkedIn to Find People Who Work at ICE
This isn't the first time that public information sources have been scraped to shed light on government employees.
What Happened When I Tried to Get Laid on LinkedIn
"I'd like to add you to my professional network xoxoxox Maria"
Top Economists Say Not to Fear the Robot Uprising of Automation
Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
Hip-Hop Hackathon Engages Students on Tech Industry
“When students see people like them in the industry it makes them believe they can do this too."
Facebook wants to help you find your next dream job
US Indicts Russian Hacker Allegedly Behind Dropbox, LinkedIn Breaches
Yevgeniy Aleksandrovich Nikulin also allegedly hacked Formspring.
Hacker Allegedly Responsible for Massive 2012 LinkedIn Breach Arrested
On Tuesday, Czech police announced the arrest of an alleged hacker. Now, LinkedIn has claimed the individual is linked to the company’s 2012 breach.
Hacker Linked to Myspace, LinkedIn Dumps Hacks Competitor
Peace, who made his name selling databases of Silicon Valley companies, has dumped apparent data of a rival's black market site.
After Breaches At Other Services, Spotify Is Resetting Users' Passwords
The company writes the resets are in response to breaches on other sites.
Uber just gave up on China
After spending $1 billion a year in competition with the local ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing, Uber is giving up and selling its Chinese branch to its rival.