If you’re a parent of a young child, chances are that someone on Facebook has sent you an alarming post about the “Momo challenge,” a game illustrated by a disturbing photograph of a woman, in which participants are blackmailed into completing increasingly dangerous tasks. Maybe that post says that Momo is the latest “trend.”
FamilyTreeDNA, an at-home DNA testing company, apologized for failing to disclose it was sharing genetic information with the F.B.I. to help solve rapes & murders. Some of the site’s users felt the company had betrayed them.
A website allows its visitors to generate realistic looking human faces of people that do NOT actually exist each time they hit the Refresh button.
Wells Fargo customers from all over the U.S. have been reporting that multiple services offered by the multinational financial services company’s banking branch, with credit cards, ATMs, money transfers, and the online banking system all being down for most clients.
Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive has won a default judgment against the developer of the GTA V cheat “Elusive”. The Florida-based man is ordered to pay the game company $150,000, which is the maximum amount of copyright infringement damages. According to the court, the cheat caused irreparable harm.
Federal prosecutors have accidentally revealed that criminal charges have been filed against “Assange”—an apparent reference to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The feds filed the revealing document back in August, but the slip-up wasn’t noticed until it was flagged in a Thursday evening tweet.