Lawsuit accuses Uber of underpaying drivers
Drivers say the company deducted taxes from their pay instead of incurring the cost itself.
Airbnb to verify all listings following Halloween shooting
Airbnb pledged that all 6 million home rental listings on the site would be verified by late 2020.
Self-driving Uber that killed pedestrian didn’t know about jaywalkers
An investigation found safety issues with Uber's software following the death of a pedestrian.
Facebook says developers may have improperly accessed user data…yet again
It's unclear how many Facebook groups and users were affected by the incident.
This T-shirt fools AI into thinking you’re invisible
Image recognition systems won't even know you're there.
Will Twitter’s new political ad policy exempt fossil fuel companies?
Twitter argues the policy is still in the works after questions were raised over climate ads.
Tired of talking? A laser pointer can control your smart speaker
Researchers show how a laser can be used to order a Google Home to open a garage door.
Facebook wants you to know the difference between Facebook and FACEBOOK
What once was the Facebook, then Facebook, is now...FACEBOOK.
Trump’s staff reportedly discussed asking Twitter to put a delay on his tweets
Staffers quickly dropped the proposal over fears of leaks to the press or Trump himself.
Amazon hands police Alexa recordings for murder investigation
Officers say the device may have audio explaining how a woman was impaled with a spear.
ACLU suing government agencies to uncover facial recognition secrets
The ACLU is suing the DOJ, DEA, and FBI.
Ex-Trump cybersecurity czar Rudy Giuliani couldn’t figure out how to unlock his iPhone
Giuliani had to be assisted by the Apple Store after entering the incorrect passcode at least 10 times.
Instagram will shut down ‘Like Patrol,’ which let users ‘stalk’ their friends (updated)
The app has been described as Instagram's Following tab 'on steroids.'
Twitter will ban all political advertising before 2020 election
'We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought.'
Venmo’s debit card offering cash-back rewards at Sephora, Target, and Wendy’s
Users of its debit card will be offered up to 5% cash back.
Uber threatens lawsuit as LA demands real-time scooter data
The ride-hailing service says the city's demands threaten user privacy.
Untitled Goose Game vulnerability could have let hackers booby-trap your game
It seems fitting for a game centered around goose-inspired chaos and mayhem.