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Homeland Security Claims DJI’s Drones Are Spying For China

11/30/2017, djiSeveral years ago, Chinese tech company Huawei was accused by the US government as manufacturing phones that spied on the US on China’s behalf, and claim that the company has since vehemently denied. Last year, another Chinese company ZTE was also...

Danish Authorities Claim That Loot Boxes Aren’t Gambling

11/30/2017, Are loot boxes in video games considered gambling? That seems to be the debate going on right now, with some claiming that because you don’t know what you’re getting when you pay for it, essentially you’re taking a gamble on the contents of the loot...


Take-Two’s President Claims Loot Boxes Aren’t Gambling

11/29/2017, Loot boxes have been around for a while now, but it is only in more recent times that they’ve been put into the spotlight over a controversial debate as to whether or not they are considered gambling. Various authorities around the world have announced...

Pokemon GO Accidents While Driving Costs Billions In Damages

11/27/2017, The hype surrounding Pokemon GO when it was first released was very real, so much so that people just couldn’t stop playing the game, resulting in some playing while driving. This has caused a fair number of accidents, including the death of a 9-year...

14-Year Old Sued By Game Developer For Cheating

11/27/2017, Nobody likes cheaters, which is why pretty much all games come with anti-cheating measures put into place, or have strict rules where cheaters are banned from playing the game. However could cheating be so bad to the point where developers see the need to...

Criminals Are Using Airbnb To Launder Their Money

11/27/2017, The concept behind Airbnb is wonderful, where people can rent out their homes on a short-term basis for travellers who might not have the budget for a hotel. Unfortunately it seems that Airbnb’s system has been abused by criminals as a channel for their...

Proposed UK Bill Will Give Police The Power To Seize Drones

11/26/2017, Through the creation of consumer-grade drones, many doors have opened up when it comes to photography, videography, or just entertainment in general. However as with all technology, there is also the potential that it can be abused, like used for spying...

Uber Hit With $8.9M Fine For Hiring Drivers With Criminal Records

11/21/2017, If you knew that someone has a history of driving under the influence, or driving recklessly, and has been in multiple accidents before, would you feel safe getting in the car with them? Chances are you might have second thoughts, which is perfectly...

Uber Discloses Massive Data Breach That Occurred In 2016

11/21/2017, If your account got hacked, isn’t that something you’d like to be immediately aware of right away? Unfortunately for Uber, the company is only now disclosing a year later that back in 2016, they experienced a massive data breach that saw 57 million...

Belgian Authorities Calls Loot Boxes Gambling, Wants Them Banned

11/21/2017, About a week ago, Belgian authorities launched an investigation into loot boxes found in video game to determine whether or not such features are considered gambling, and now they are back with their findings and according to VTM News (machine...

Skype Pulled From The China Apple App Store

11/21/2017, Earlier this year, Apple pulled VPN apps from its App Store in China in order to comply with local laws and regulations. Now it looks like Apple is once again pulling apps from the App Store, and this time it includes certain phone and messaging apps,...