- Facebook caught up in court battle with Amazon and pals over 'ageist job ads' that targeted young (The Register) It does seem, that enabling discrimination is a feature, not a bug.
- 1834: The First Cyberattack (Schneier on Security) French brothers intercepted telegraph (a flag system) messages to make a killing trading.
- To Pre-empt an Ass-Handing, the Government Lards on Problematic New Charges against MalwareTech (Empty Wheel) The US government continues to pursue the person who stopped Wannacry.
- Facebook's latest data lapse draws critique from lawmakers: 'Sure looks like Zuckerberg lied to Congress' (La Times) Mark Zuckerberg lies, he does so without shame and without regret.
- MUSO, Of All Groups, Tells Copyright Holders To Get Their Sh%$ Together And Treat Pirates Like The Customers They Are (Techdirt) Most pirates have tried to be paying customers, and have found it too difficult.
- No, It’s Not a Gig Economy (Jacobin) Contingent workers are not the transition in the job market, it's falling wages and benefits.
- TransCanada Pipeline Explodes in West Virginia (Eco Watch) TransCanada really is a f%$#ing sh%$ show.
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