A guy had all his SMS messages stolen.

Here is the story of how a guy had all his SMS messages stolen by a hacker.

Cost to hacker = $16


A company that makes “printer-like devices that can precisely slice up documents” has decided that they will now start “charging users a monthly subscription for unlimited printing, which prior to now had been free’ because reasons:


Digital artwork costs more for some people as “hackers took over multiple accounts on the digital art marketplace Nifty Gateway this weekend”

Yes, they stole “hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens.”


It is now okay to post the M word on Twitter.


Thanks to a smartphone app women can now “crowd-source their own security on Tel Aviv’s streets”


A court in Canada has ruled that “prohibiting election misinformation” online is “an unjustified restriction on free speech”




Set the date, reports are in that “Tinder users will soon be able to access a background check database”


Reports are in that “for the first time in years, someone is building a web browser from scratch” because why the heck not.

Let’s see how well this works out for them:


Authorities in the US have indicted “a Canada-based company that allegedly supplied custom encrypted phones to international drug traffickers”

Meanwhile, in Vancouver: Meng Wanzhou.

Let’s see how well that works out for them.


Sort of news:

Myanmar’s first satellite.

Hold, please:

“is being held on board the International Space Station following the Myanmar coup”


Yesterday’s news:

A priest, a pastor and a rabbi walk into a bar.

Today’s topic:

“a Navy man with top-secret clearance, a disabled Latino man and a California legislator are challenging housing algorithms”

Let’s see how well this works out for them:


Yesterday’s news:

Bitcoin is a bubble.

Today’s topic:

What if bitcoin is not the bubble, but the pin?”


According to this reportBitcoin’s price is breaking records every 4 days on average”

What could possibly go wrong????


Non-profit messaging app Signal has reportedly started accepting donations in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Chainlink and Zcash, because why the heck not: