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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Joseph Cox, reporting for Motherboard: On Tuesday, a new, worldwide ransomware outbreak took off, infecting targets in Ukraine, France, Spain, and elsewhere. The hackers hit everything from international law firms to media companies. The ransom note
 A month after the WannaCry ransomware attack paralyzed connected systems worldwide, a new threat appears to be spreading quickly. As reports emerge, today’s attack paints a picture of businesses and governments around the world he
 Ransomware attacks are bigger than ever, but the payouts appear to be shrinking. While the ransomware suspected to be a variant of Petyamakes headlines around the world, whoever set it loose isn’t really making a whole lot of mone
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Vodafone has announced that it is now doing carrier billing for Netflix, the streaming company’s first such partnership in India. This means that postpaid customers... ...
A massive cyberattack purportedly designed to take down the Ukrainian government has also affected "several" agencies across the WPP network this morning. At the moment, all WPP offices around the world have no access to internal Wi-Fi, and email sys
 JASK is emerging from stealth today with $12 million in the bank and a machine learning technology that automates network monitoring and management for overtaxed security teams. The thesis behind JASK’s service is the somewhat dep
A new study finds the city’s rising minimum wage means low-wage workers are getting paid more but working fewer hours. Is it right? As the minimum wage goes up in Seattle–with with workers now required to make as much as 15 an h
Every day when you get to the office, there is a surmountable volume of work that greets you. The list is usually pretty long, with calls to return, to do items stacked up, emails overflowing, meetings, marketing and sales planning to fill the pipeli
Native Instagram posts--those paid for by brands but posted by influencers--are about to look a bit different, and that's a good thing. An update introduced by Instagram earlier this month provides brands and influencers with the option to call out t
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 The European Commission has fined Google 2.42 billion for antitrust violations pertaining to itsGoogle’s Shopping search comparison service — in what is widely considered the most significant antitrust ruling in Europe s
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One man is lucky to be alive after he's brutally struck by a double-decker bus in Reading, England. In this intense video, Simon Smith walks away with only minor injuries after the bus knocks him off his feet from behind and throws him around 20 ft.,
 Plaidwants to make it easier for financial services companies to serve consumers and businesses, but it sees significant holes in the fintech ecosystem. As a result, the company has issued a Y Combinator like “request for startups
One week after Phil Lord and Chris Miller were unceremoniously fired as directors of Lucasfilm's still-untitled Han Solo film, the public perception of what went wrong behind the scenes is going from bad to worse for the duo. And that's partly becaus
A New York judge is desperately searching for people who don't hate Martin Shkreli's guts. The infamous ex-pharmaceutical company exec is set to stand trial for security fraud charges unrelated to the massive price hike on a life-saving AIDS drug tha
The shadowy hacker collective Anonymous believes that NASA is about to announce that it has discovered alien life of some kind.  We've looked into these claims and concluded they are, at best, a bone-headed misunderstanding of  mund
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