Sugar daddy apps at the Google Play Store.

Reports are in that Google has banned “‘sugar daddy’ apps from Play Store” ‘”

Important reminder:
“a “sugar daddy” is more than a caramel candy on a stick.”

The maker of “powerful spy software” says it is not responsible for its customers using their software to hack into innocent people’s phones.
That’s a bold move, let’s see how well this works out for them.

The status of the Python Package Index of open-source software libraries has been updated to “nearly half contain potentially vulnerable code.”

Here is the story that accents a NASDAQ traded language learning app that “notched a valuation of $6.5 billion” this week.

Yesterday’s news:

A tech startup bubble.

Today’s topic:
“Tech startup literally called Bubble raises $100 million”

Today’s data breach news includes “military-grade spyware called Pegasus” and “messaging accounts belonging to more than 100 officials and political figures in Taiwan”

A letter “addressing allegations of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination” the CEO of Activision Blizzard sent employees did not get the feedback that he had hoped for:

There has been another dip in chip supply forecasts.

It is time for an analysis of how TikTok’s algorithm works:

A top security official has said that the Mexico government administration spent $61 million to buy software, and by “software” they mean “Pegasus spyware that has been implicated in government surveillance of opponents”