Reddit’s new policy of charging for API access may kill off some of the most popular third-party apps, despite earlier promises to the contrary.
Microsoft Details macOS Vulnerability That Could Bypass SIP
Microsoft has provided details on a new macOS vulnerability, one that could be used to bypass System Integrity Protection (SIP).
FTC’s Ring Settlement Shows Why Companies Don’t Respect User Privacy
Consumers who wonder why companies don’t respect user privacy should look to the FTC’s settlement with Ring as Exhibit A.
Harnessing the Power of User-Generated Content for Brand Advocacy
Learn more about how to harness the power of user generated content for brand advocacy in the article below.
Elizabeth Holmes Reports to Prison to Begin 11-Year Sentence
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has reported to prison, beginning her 11-year sentence for defrauding investors.
Federal Judge Rules Cell Phone Searches at the Border Require a Warrant
A federal judge has struck a blow for privacy, ruling that authorities must obtain a warrant before searching cell phones at the border.
The Cannabis Legalization Economy
Learn more about the latest state by state news when it comes to the cannabis legalization updates in the article below.
An Immutable All-Snap Ubuntu Desktop Is Coming Next Year
Ubuntu plans to release an all-snap immutable version of Ubuntu for the desktop, a move that could be a turning point for the Linux distro.
WhatsApp Multi-Phone Mode Rolling Out to iPhones
WhatsApp’s biggest feature in recent years is now rolling out to iPhones after initially debuting on Android.