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According to a report by Politico published Sunday afternoon, Jared Kushner used a private email account to conduct government business at the White House about "media coverage, event planning and other subjects."The report suggest that Kushner, a White House senior...
CCleaner, a Windows utility app was recently found to be carrying malware through a backdoor. The attack seems to be have been much more targeted and sophisticated than depicted previously. Research have been digging through data seized command and...
According to report from Sky News, popular messaging app service WhatsApp earlier this year denied a UK Government request to create a backdoor in order to access encrypted messages. Reportedly, the British Government asked WhatsApp in a meeting during...
Today, the Trump administration announced that they will be shutting down the Obama-era "Dreamers" immigration program. In response, Silicon Valley companies are speaking out against the repeal.Known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the Dreamers program enables nearly...
Lee Jae-yong, the presumed heir to Samsung empire and vice chairman of Samsung Electronics has been found guilty of bribery, perjury, and embezzlement in South Korea. As such, the verdict brings a sentence of five years in prison. Lee...
United States Federal Trade Commission has stated that it will not try to block the purchase of Whole Foods by Amazon. Several agencies have called for FTC to step in to try and stop the deal, but FTC delivered...
Next week, Samsung is expected to announced the Galaxy Note 8 to everyone. The phablet is a highly anticipated device that the company hopes will help take it to new heights, and finally put the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco...
HBO has gotten itself in a hot mess as of late. Less than a day ago, the sixth season of Game of Thrones leaked online. Now the company's week just got even worse when the hacker group OurMine took control...
Many tech companies are taking action to help fight against hate, amongst other things. We recently reported that Apple is disabling their Apple Pay platform for websites that sell white supremacist merchandise. Now Squarespace is taking action against hate...
Following the events of Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, several tech companies are disabling services for websites that sell white supremacist merchandise. In this case, Apple is disabling its Apple Pay payment system on website that sell white supremacist...

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