“I’m certain they’re aware it’s illegal, and I’m certain they don’t care.”
Motherboard previously revealed how AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon have sold real-time phone location data to middlemen companies which then provided it to third parties.
A document obtained by Motherboard shows how DMVs sell people’s names, addresses, and other personal information to generate revenue.
"I saw tech workers at Microsoft (GitHub), Google, and others start taking stands and achieve incremental gains and I thought why not me."
Emails show getting a meeting with the Trump administration is as easy as making a billion dollars. Just ask Palmer Luckey.
Mozilla's letter comes after Motherboard published a Comcast lobbying document, in which the ISP pushed back against a form of browsing data encryption.
Motherboard has obtained a leaked presentation internet service providers are using to try and lobby lawmakers against a form of encrypted browsing data.
PG&E Execs Were Literally Partying in Wine Country While Planning to Cut Power to Millions of Californians
They were wining and dining their top natural gas customers at a lavish retreat in wine country.
“I can’t say how frustrated I am,” says a city councilor in Paradise, a town that was completely razed by the 2018 fires caused by PG&E.
Multiple GitHub employees recalled comments from CEO Nat Friedman made during an internal company meeting.
The Company That's Caused California Wildfires Is Cutting Off Power to 2 Million People to Avoid Another One
The state of California allowed PG&E to start charging customers billions more so it could upgrade its grid. The company still hasn't.
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.