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China’s Cyber-Court Tries Its First Case

08/20/2017, There are a lot of things that we can do these days that do not necessarily involve us being there in person physically. This is thanks to technology that has given us tools like video conferencing where people around the world can hold meetings at the...

EFF Not Thrilled With Tech Companies Blocking Hate Groups

08/18/2017, While hate groups in general are not tolerated on most websites and services, the recent events in Charlottesville has led quite a few tech companies to publicly denounce these groups and also ban them from using their services. This includes Apple and...

Deezer Is Removing Discriminatory/Hate Music From Its Platform

08/17/2017, Recently it was reported that Spotify had begun to take active steps in removing hate music from its platform after it was discovered and publicized that there were quite a few hate bands on its service. Now it looks like Deezer is also following suit by...

Apple Pulls Apple Pay Support From Hate Websites

08/16/2017, Following the events in Charlottesville, it seems that Apple has decided to take a stand and according to a report from BuzzFeed News, the Cupertino company has pulled support for Apple Pay from hate websites, such as websites belonging to white...

Four Arrested In India For Leaking Game Of Thrones Episode

08/14/2017, With Game of Thrones being one of the most pirated TV shows in the world, it is easy and tempting to see why hackers and leaksters want to get their hands on the show before everyone else. In fact recently there have been several leaks in which episodes...

Man Arrested For Rape After Being Identified On Snapchat

08/09/2017, Thanks to the power of social media, it seems that a man from Marblehead, Ohio has been arrested on charges of rape after a video of the assault was uploaded onto Snapchat by the victim. According to a report from the Toledo Blade, police have arrested...

ITC Will Investigate Qualcomm’s Allegations Against Apple

08/08/2017, By now those who have been following the tech news might have heard that Qualcomm and Apple are embroiled in a legal battle against each other, so much so that not too long ago, Qualcomm had actually filed a complaint with the US International Trade...

Military Bases Can Now Shoot Down Drones That Are Trespassing

08/08/2017, Drones are tools that when used properly can be useful in many different ways. However since it would be a tall order to assume that all drone pilots are responsible, this is where the law needs to step in. The Pentagon has recently signed off on a new...

HBO Hackers Are Demanding Millions In Bitcoin

08/08/2017, As you might have heard, HBO was recently hacked and with the hack, quite a ton of data was stolen in the process. To prove that the hack was successful, the hackers then released quite a bit of material, one of which was a Game of Thrones script. However...

Police In Chicago Are Using Predictive Software To Beat Crime

08/06/2017, The fascinating thing about the 2002 movie “Minority Report” is that while it is supposed to be based on a fictional future, a lot of what was shown in the movie is starting to become reality. In fact to a certain extent, it seems that the main crux...

Law Firm In Canada Launches AI Assistant To Help With Immigration

08/02/2017, If you’re trying to migrate to another country, the process can be rather complicated and hard to understand at times due to the various requirements, documentation, and legal process that you have to follow. However a Montreal-based law firm by the...

Your Social Media Could Soon Be Used To Detect Tax Evasion

08/01/2017, It is often said that we shouldn’t believe everything we see on social media because it is usually staged and posed to sometimes make ourselves look better than reality. However it could soon be used by government officials in India to determine if...

Apple Issues Statement On Removal Of VPN Apps In China

07/31/2017, China’s censorship of the internet on their end of things is pretty well-known, which is why it doesn’t really surprise us that the local government isn’t a fan of technology that allows its residents to skirt around the censorship measures that...