Free Press Group Ready to Cut Off WikiLeaks
Twitter Bans and Unverifies White Supremacists
Richard Spencer and Charlottesville rally organizer Jason Kessler had their verification badges stripped on Wednesday.
Pizzagate’s Troll King Doxes Roy Moore’s Accuser on Twitter
Posobiec once livestreamed a random child’s birthday party to accuse the Clinton campaign of pedophilia. Now, he’s doxxing an alleged assault victim as Twitter sits idle.
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Plastic Surgeon to the Stars Strikes Back at His Hackers
A London practice allegedly retaliated against cyberattackers who stole photos of its celebrity clients. It’s not the only one escalating the fight against hackers.
Twitter Verifies Charlottesville White-Supremacy Rally Boss
The blue check mark came less than a month after the company’s latest promise to weed out the promotion of hate and violence.
Facebook Workers Will Check Nudes First to Stop Revenge Porn
Reports this week said a Facebook pilot program would let users volunteer nudes to an algorithm to stop revenge porn—but those nudes will be viewed by a human at the company first.
The FBI Blindly Hacked Computers in Russia, China, and Iran
New court papers show the Bureau repeatedly broke into devices overseas as part of ordinary, criminal investigations. In countries hostile to the U.S., that may be a problem.
Russia Woke Up Twitter Sleeper Cells for Election Day Blitz
In its final, climactic push for Donald Trump, the Kremlin’s troll army enlisted new members: semi-dormant propaganda accounts created as far back as 2009.