The People Paid to Dox Airbnb Addresses
In response to a need to enforce short term rental legislation, an industry of companies has popped up tasked with finding the real addresses of Airbnbs and other properties.
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Verizon Claims 5G Will Help Fight Cancer. Experts Say That’s Not Likely
5G is not magic, and experts say the wireless technology is not likely to revolutionize hospitals.
The Google Outage Highlights the Perils of a Centralized Internet
Google so far has no answers as to why its massive cloud outage downed everything from Snapchat to 'Rocket League' servers.
I'd Rather Buy a Samsung Rip Off of a MacBook Than an Actual MacBook
Samsung's Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force are clearly copying Apple's MacBooks. Good!
Minds, the ‘Anti-Facebook,’ Has No Idea What to Do About All the Neo-Nazis
Minds is home to neo-Nazis, and wants its users to help decide what content stays on the site.
Tamagotchis Are Coming Back, But Now They'll Cost Twice As Much
The new version of the 90s digital pet will cost $60 USD, but if you're hankering for a nostalgia trip you have cheaper options.
Alex Jones’s Pepe the Frog Copyright Trial Will Help Decide Who Can Use Memes
Are memes fair use? Or can you be sued for sharing and profiting off them?
YTMND’s Owner Says the Site’s Database Was Accidentally Deleted
The meme site's founder learned it shut down when everyone else did: "I had no idea anyone cared about it," he said.
Legendary Early Internet Meme Site YTMND Went Offline and May Be Gone for Good
A few years after the creator said he'd take the site offline, it disappeared from the internet for several days.
SpaceX and Amazon Hope to Deliver Cheap Broadband With Low-Orbit Satellites
A new study shows how more broadband options should bring lower prices, assuming the promises pan out.
The Far Right Has Found a Web Host Savior
A web host called Epik has begun hosting the sites that other web hosts won't, which raises questions about how successful deplatforming hateful websites can actually be.
This Quantum Physicist Used Machine Learning to Map Reddit’s Sexual Fetishes
More than one thousand subreddits, plotted in an interactive tree.