Motherboard spoke to Reed at The Next Web conference in Amsterdam.
At stake is nothing less than the future of curling.
We crunched a data set with the spending habits of about 50,000 people to see who’s spending what on Uber.
The data includes email addresses, usernames, passwords and dates of birth.
It sounds innocent enough. But users are growing suspicious of the app’s whimsical, canned questions, many of which read like a marketing survey.
The data, advertised on the dark web, includes phone numbers, IP addresses, and details about the user's phone model.
Internal GCHQ documents obtained by a campaign group detail UK Intelligence Agency's use of "bulk personal datasets."
Some patients don't want it on their death certificates because of the stigma.
Meet Chatty Maps.
A new art project lets you see your whole Facebook history, all at once.