Meta continues prioritizing user content over news
CNET said the experiment was done "quietly," not "in secret"
The New York Times is in the middle of a similar lawsuit against OpenAI
Automattic is striking an AI-focused deal, but may have already abused some private content
The group has not posted any evidence supporting its claim
A questionable use of the word "hack"
Daily downloads have doubled or even tripled X's for three months
The campaign has reportedly been operational since at least 2022
But only while you're waiting in a queue, not during gameplay
Class action suit filed over license plate data, allegedly violating the privacy of millions of California drivers
The defendant says its actions did not violate any California law
LockBit claims sensitive details of Donald Trump's court cases prompted the operation
The US has overtaken Russia as the most-breached country
Why it matters: A recent study investigating data breaches throughout 2023 reveals a total of 299.8 million accounts were compromised across the year. While this figure is alarmingly high, it represents an 18% reduction from the 366.7 million breached accounts in 2022. Despite this global decrease, the situation in the United States has worsened, with the number of breaches tripling, positioning it as the world's most frequently targeted country.
Yemeni Houthi rebels suspected of damaging underwater Red Sea cables responsible for 17% of global internet traffic
The group previously threatened an attack
Monday will be a big day for people and platforms alike
In context: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases involving opposing state-level rulings regarding censorship of online speech. The hearing raises critical First Amendment issues, and the high court's decision could radically change the future of online discourse.
Zuck: Just because I'm boss doesn't make me liable
But Google Pay is shutting down
Meanwhile, educational warnings had no effect on either genders
Avast harvested customers' data while promising them privacy
Signal was the first mainstream messaging app to offer post-quantum security
Valued at around $60 million per year
January was a record-setting month for streaming in the US
It will reportedly be part of ChatGPT's premium tier
Some creations are better than others
Many also conduct trade activities without proper registration