Threads by a user asking for advice on how to "strip out a VIP's (VERY VIP) email address from a bunch of archived email" on the popular website may point to Paul Combetta, the tech specialist involved in the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
It glosses over the broader reality of who is most at risk of being murdered with guns.
After the progressive presidential candidate spoke to 12,000 students, faculty and administrators at Liberty University, a stronghold of political and religious conservatism, a man who calls himself an alumnus of the school and an evangelical leader told listeners that the candidate’s policies are an embodiment of Christian values.
For most consumers, playing video games is a harmless pastime, but for others it spirals out of control and becomes an addiction with very real offline consequences.
Well, oops, UPS. A logistical glitch, which the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is attributing to a delivery snafu by UPS, caused parts of a drone designed to monitor marine life and ocean conditions to end up far from its intended destination.
A human rights group in Israel has denounced the country's government, saying it "tortured" Palestinian children; a Reddit user publishes his unexpected $55,000 hospital bill for an appendectomy; meanwhile, Fukushima's Daiichi Unit 3 will not explode, despite reports to the contrary. These discoveries and more after the jump.
A waitress claims she was fired by Applebee's after posting a note online from a pastor who refused to leave a tip, writing on the credit card receipt instead that "I give God 10% Why do you get 18.”
In its tribute to Internet activist Aaron Swartz posted on MIT's website, the hacktivist collective said it wanted to use "this tragedy to be a basis for reform of computer crime laws, and the overzealous prosecutors who use them."
Was Aaron Swartz, beloved friend, activist and computer programmer, a casualty of the U.S. government’s vigorous campaign to silence champions of Internet freedom?Was Aaron Swartz, beloved friend, activist and computer programmer, a casualty of the government’s campaign to silence champions of Internet freedom?