HIGH-TECH COAL FOR YOUR NEMESIS’ STOCKING.
People are suddenly posting lots of screenshots of text to Twitter.
Kamaal Bennett built a social platform for incarcerated gang leaders. It’s already changing how they see themselves, and the outside world.
How a $2.50 experiment turned into one of the best places on the internet.
Authored by Uber’s Head of Global Safety, Philip Cardenas, the post lays out the company’s plans to increase consumer protection in the next year.
Frank Warren’s PostSecret project in a post-“Secret” world.
The company’s “Marketplace” feature, which allows riders to request rides based on things like price, ETA, or type of vehicle, now lets you choose a female driver.
You can even switch seats.
Uber and Lyft are fighting for the ability to operate in cities across the country. Here are some of the regulatory battles, the resulting citations, and in some cases, law suits the companies are embroiled in.
Adam D’Angelo wants the world to share its knowledge on the Internet. But can Quora grow beyond Silicon Valley and convince every human to do just that?
Privacy policies rarely mention the weakest point in any company’s security infrastructure: its employees.
When it comes to new cities, Uber and Lyft aren’t afraid to operate illegally.
A judge tossed Emil Michael’s case out of court, but he threatened to call in “my friend the Chief of Police.” The SFPD is not amused.
Randi Harper was sick of fighting with trolls, so she built a computer program that does it for her.
The customer said her driver offered her oral sex during her journey in London in March. Uber told BuzzFeed News on Thursday that it had kicked the driver off its service.
Two years after Google settled a lawsuit for the same practices — installing software on Apple products that bypass cookie blockers — PointRoll reaches a multi-state settlement, BuzzFeed News reports exclusively.
Here is your hazmat suit for the toxic garbage dump known as the ‘net.
The hack also includes revelations about Leonardo DiCaprio deserving an Oscar, Michael Fassbender’s package, and a planned mash-up film of the Jump Street and Men in Black franchises.
In March, it was 200 million people.
According to the filing, UberDrive is a “computer game software for mobile devices…”
The popular torrent website is suspected of violating copyright law in Sweden.
How the mid-2000s dream of the “citizen journalist” mutated into a dangerous trend of digital citizen policing.
The move comes days before a judge was to consider an injunction filed by the city.The ride-sharing company, meanwhile, has urged riders to sign a petition of support.
Like Creeper randomly likes one of your friend’s old Instagrams. *vomits nervously*
Multiple reports and police statements allege that an Uber driver raped a young Delhi woman Saturday evening.
An email from the “Guardians of Peace” showed up in some Sony employees’ inboxes. It ends: “your family will be in danger.”
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, rage comic to rage comic.
In a blog post, CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick says the growth of the company doesn’t come without “growing pains.”
Excel and Word documents plainly expose thousands of computer log-in, financial, and web services passwords, including the Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and MySpace passwords for hundreds of major motion picture accounts.