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FDA Pushes Facebook & Twitter To Crack Down On Illegal Opioid Sales

04/05/2018, Given how people can post (almost) anything they want on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, it’s not surprising that many of them are using it as a marketplace of sorts. This has resulted in people using them to sell illegal goods, such...

California Bill Might Require Facebook & Twitter To Disclose Bots

04/03/2018, Without a doubt there are bots (illegal ones) that exist on Facebook and Twitter. For the most part these bots appear to be spammy where they try to post ads and links to malicious websites, and it probably doesn’t take a genius to sniff one out. While...

Apple Watch Data Reportedly Helped Police Solve A Murder Case

03/30/2018, The Apple Watch can tell the time, it can display your emails and messages, it can also help you with your fitness/health goals, and it seems that it can also be used to solve crimes. At least that’s what seems to be the case over in Australia where...


Google Removes ‘Kodi’ From Search Autocomplete

03/30/2018, A lot of software used for piracy purposes were probably not necessarily designed to be that way. For example software used to rip CDs to MP3s were probably designed to be for personal use, but people later used it to rip MP3s and distribute them on the...

Uber Reaches Settlement With Family Of Pedestrian In Accident

03/29/2018, While we expect that the investigation into Uber’s unfortunate self-driving accident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian will continue for some time to come, Uber has at the very least closed the chapter with regards to the family involved. The...

Airbnb Starts Sharing Host Information With Chinese Government

03/28/2018, If it wasn’t obvious, creating a global operations isn’t an easy task and isn’t as simple as just opening up shop in another country. Certain things need to be changed and modified to comply with local laws and regulations and culture and what not,...

Facebook Sued Over Collection Of Call, Text History Logs

03/28/2018, Facebook’s privacy scandal doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon. If anything it looks like it’s about to get started, but if that wasn’t bad enough, you might recall that Facebook was also recently discovered to have been...

Arizona Suspends Uber’s Self-Driving Car Tests

03/27/2018, As you might have heard, Uber recently got into an accident during self-driving car testing in Tempe, Arizona. The accident resulted in the death of a pedestrian and following that, Uber quickly halted all self-driving tests. However if that wasn’t...

Malaysia Proposes Law That Makes Spreading Fake News Illegal

03/27/2018, Fake news is a problem and while cutting off the source is obviously a good way to start, it would simply be impossible as anyone with a blog or social media account can simply post it again. This means that another way to go about dealing it would be to...

Gun Videos Are Starting To Appear On Pornhub As YouTube Clamps Down

03/26/2018, Recently you might have heard how YouTube will be clamping down on videos related to guns, where videos that offer tutorials on modding guns will be banned, along with videos that contain links to websites that sell guns. Whether or not you are for or...

Proposed Law Gives New Yorkers The Right To Disconnect From Work

03/25/2018, While official working hours might be 9-5, there are also unofficial working hours where despite the fact that you’re supposed to be off the clock, you are still expected to tend to emails and messages regarding work. The good news is that if you’re...

Spotify Reveals At Least 2 Million Of Their Users Are Dodging Ads

03/25/2018, Music streaming was meant to be one of the ways to solve music piracy. By creating a service where people could listen to as much music as they like for a fixed price every month, versus buying music piecemeal which could easily add up to the hundreds, it...