It’s not just bathrooms. Lawmakers also took away the right to sue under state law for all kinds of employment discrimination.
What could possibly be sinister about leaders of the world's most powerful companies and countries meeting in closed sessions on an Austrian mountaintop to discuss global strategy?
Best-selling children's book writer Terry Deary claims the concept of providing the "impoverished access to books" is outdated and irrelevant; despite hopes that the next pope will be less homophobic than the last, the likely candidate supports "Kill the Gays" laws; meanwhile, PayPal and Lenovo aim to finish off passwords in order to move on to more secure measures. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Facebook investor and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel gave 24 young would-be entrepreneurs a two-year $100,000 grant each to drop out of college and pursue the business plans of their dreams. One year on, financial returns are in short supply.
The biggest threat to WikiLeaks isn't the house arrest of Julian Assange or the militaries of frustrated world governments -- it's the financial blockade by PayPal, Bank of America, Visa and other institutions that has cut off $15 million in donations (by WikiLeaks' estimate).
A group of hackers organized under the familiar moniker of Anonymous (remember those anti-Scientology demonstrations?) has registered its collective disapproval of MasterCard and the Swedish prosecution authority for participating in the censure of WikiLeaks and founder Julian Assange by, fittingly, compromising the functionality of their websites.