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  1. Just when we were trying to figure out why have all these tech companies become so incompetent at keeping user data safe, Snapchat has found itself in the centre of the controversy. Turns out, both former and current employees of Snapchat have revealed that the company had dedicated tools to access the user data. By user data, we mean location information, saved Snaps, and even phone numbers. © Reuters According to a Vice's new report , two former employees, a current employee, and some internal company emails have revealed that Snapchat, at one point, created a dedicated tool called SnapLion to spy on users and collect their private information. This tool is said to have been created by Snapchat's employees themselves. The report, which didn't reveal exactly when Snapchat used this tool, says the tool was apparently introduced to combat bullying or harassment on the platform. The report also noted that SnapLion was used to gather information on users in “response to valid law enforcement requests such as a court order or subpoena.” Departments in the company such as “customer ops” and security staff had access to SnapLion. What did they do with the info? God knows. © Reuters Although this isn't the first time we're reading news about our privacy breach, the fact that Snapchat has been a part of the fiasco is very surprising, to say the least. There's still a lot that we don't know about the said breach, so let's just wait for more info.
  2. It's been a crazy week with fans bidding adieu to some major characters in 'Avengers: Endgame' and 'Game of Thrones' this week, and while the entire social media is flooded with just these two trending terms, since that's all anyone can talk about right now, a similar expression plastered on Khaleesi and Thor's face has now become a viral meme and there's a battle of jokes happening over it. "Can I speak to your manager please?" "I AM the manager" pic.twitter.com/uA3ZXizJtH — JD (@Jonny_Dodds) April 26, 2019 "...I don't like hulk, I prefer you..." — I Love You 3000 ðºð¬ (@ErnestWanyama) April 27, 2019 This is the ultimate forced smile so many plaster on their faces and even though it's annoying, it's funny as a meme right now. Happened just last weekend at work with a very rude customer. My boss, unfortunately for him, doesn't take shit like that and gave him a piece of her mind. Satisfying to see. — Magdalena Golomb (@Sonoel90) April 26, 2019 The same caption can be used for both images. "Stark is a good man." "Is he, though?"#Endgame #GameofThrones — Charles Lee (@Goofyfan_Chuck) April 24, 2019 Yepp, that's also all of our moms and dads when the Goa plan needs approval! Me at 14: “hey ma, heath's having a sleepover. Can I-“ Ma: “go ask your dad” pic.twitter.com/U1NUiU0gTS — ericz (@ericzedd) April 24, 2019 While the 'Avengers' universe is now just going to stay etched in our memories and TV screens, 'GOT' fans still have 3 weeks of insane action pending with all the Winter coming their way.
  3. Sometimes to bring an end to a bad day, you need to go through your social media feed to feel lighter with all the useless humour thrown your way. The kind of stuff you find online is sometimes rather funny and definitely puts an end to your mundane day. Just recently the Michigan police released a video of a CCTV footage of a thief robbing a store and trust me, it ended fairly terribly for him. For us though, it was quite a laugh! So, the thief goes in to rob a mobile shop and gets trolled heavily, in the process. The CCTV footage released by the Westland Police in Michigan shows a man wearing a tan coloured jacket enter a mobile store. He then goes ahead to pull something out from the shelf where the mobile phones are displayed. © YouTube But alas, as soon as he tries to pull the phones out with all his might, the entire shelf falls on his head, making him seem rather stupid. It's quite a hilarious moment to witness actually and we're glad it was caught on camera. © YouTube However, he picks himself up, with a few mobile phone boxes and gallantly tries to walk out, pretending like nothing ever happened. Watch the full video here: I don't know about you guys but this incident actually made us laugh like crazy. Well, what goes around comes around I guess.
  4. So, the 'Notorious' Irishman has made headlines for his encounter with the law, yet again! This time for allegedly strong-armed robbery and misdemeanor and criminal mischief against an English civilian during his stay in Miami, Florida. According to MMA Fighting, Conor McGregor, the former UFC two-division champion, was charged on two counts for allegedly smashing the civilian's phone on Monday, outside a famous Miami Beach hotel as confirmed by the Miami Beach Police Department. MBPD has arrested and charged Conor McGregor, DOB: 7/14/88, with Strong Arm Robbery and Criminal Mischief, both felonies. Please see arrest report and booking photo below. No additional information will be provided. pic.twitter.com/9HdkRWPnd8 — Miami Beach Police (@MiamiBeachPD) March 12, 2019 Based on the arrest affidavit, both McGregor and the English citizen named Ahmed Abdirzak were exiting the hotel around half-past-five in the morning when the latter tried to capture the fighter's image with his phone. Displeased with the incident, McGregor decided to deal with the fan on his own. He snatched the phone out of the hands of Abdirzak, threw it on the ground, stomped on it a couple of times while causing a great amount of damage to the device and finally picked it up and walked away with it. After a case was filed against the Irishman, his attorney Samuel Rabin issued a statement on the incident: “Last evening Conor McGregor was involved in a minor altercation over a cell phone that resulted in a call to law enforcement. Mr McGregor appreciates the response of law enforcement and pledges his full cooperation.” Twitter rewarded the formal champion in the most 'Conor McGregor' way possible, by roasting him online: BREAKING: Conor McGregor Does A Conor McGregor — WWN (@WhispersNewsLTD) March 11, 2019 Fucking love Conor McGregor but he does himself no favours at allð — Connor Marshall (@ConnorM1872) March 11, 2019 Conor McGregor got arrested for stealing and smashing a fans phone. This is no way to treat Dillon Danis. — MMA Roasted (@MMARoasted) March 11, 2019 "Mr. McGregor sir, do you think i can get a pic with the champ champ?" Conor: pic.twitter.com/Gkwi8JmFHz — MacMallyð (@MacMallyMMA) March 12, 2019 Alternative headline: Conor McGregor gave a fan a surprise phone upgrade first thing this morning in Miami. — Mike Chiappetta MMA (@MikeChiappetta) March 11, 2019 Conor McGregor has now more arrests than wins in the last 3 years. — Mofasa (@hakkar2k) March 11, 2019 No stranger to police stations, massive fines and bad media, McGregor was charged with two counts of felony in Brooklyn for throwing a dolly out through a bus window and ended up pleading guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in order to avoid jail time last July. He is also currently undergoing a 6-month ban and has already paid a hefty fine worth $50,000 for the widely covered altercation with his opponent, Khabib Nurmagomedov that took place last year. After losing to the Russian via submission in the fourth round, Nurmagomedov leaped out of the octagon and attacked McGregor's entourage as a response of months of bullying and unfriendly behaviour displayed by Team McGregor towards Khabib, his coach and the rest of his squad.
  5. When one hears the name 'Thor', the first thought is that of the golden aura of Chris Hemsworth's majestic hair and beard (not to mention the muscles). Now, no one thought that someone else can top that, but we'd beg to differ, thank you. We just stumbled upon Lasse Løkken Matberg, who is a Lieutenant in the Royal Norwegian Navy, but looks like a real-life Thor. Here are 10 pictures, where he looks more like Thor than Chris Hemsworth! Take a look: 1. Iceland Or Asgard? Who Can Tell? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Nov 16, 2018 at 11:37am PST 2. Gearing Up For Battle Like... View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 7, 2018 at 12:20pm PDT 3. No, Really. Look At That Hair Game. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jan 3, 2019 at 11:31am PST 4. Thor At Starbucks View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 9, 2017 at 10:53am PDT 5. Not Even Saying Anything View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 7, 2016 at 12:29pm PDT 6. Serving Some Exotic Lumberjack Realness View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Oct 10, 2015 at 1:03pm PDT 7. Thor Should Have A Man Bun. You Know You Agree View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Apr 14, 2015 at 7:31am PDT 8. Not A Shoot, Just Wearing His Regular Navy Uniform View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Dec 13, 2018 at 12:52pm PST 9. Parties Are Lit When You Don't Skip Leg Days View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Aug 11, 2018 at 11:48am PDT 10. And Finally, Christmas Is Over But This Santa Will Always Be Welcome, Anywhere View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Dec 16, 2018 at 12:00pm PST
  6. Just last month Samsung showed off a brand new concept phone that has a foldable screen and closes just like a book. Samsung plans to shake up the smartphone business with a new phone in an already saturated market. Samsung only showed off the display of the smartphone and didn't give a clear look at the body of the smartphone. For years Samsung has been developing consumer ready foldable displays and intends to be the first major company to launch a phone with the technology. We already know that Huawei and LG too are working on the same lines and competition has never been this intense. © YouTube But things are slowly going south for Samsung, its latest bendable screen technology has been stolen and sold to two Chinese companies, according to prosecutors in South Korea. The prosecutors allege that a Samsung supplier leaked blueprints of Samsung's "flexible OLED edge panel 3D lamination" to a company that it had set up. Intellectual property theft is a national concern for South Korea as it tries to maintain its narrowing technology lead over China. 11 people have been indicted and three of them, including the company's CEO, have been arrested and are awaiting trial. © Reuters The group allegedly formed a separate shell company that received information of the use equipment and drawings of the panels, which they accessed from working with Samsung. They then sold the documents in China, earning 15.5 billion won (U$ 13.8 million). The hardware that is alleged to have been stolen is used to create the curved screens found on the edges of Samsung's popular Galaxy line of smartphones, prosecutors said. Samsung introduced the edge version of OLED panels with the Galaxy Note Edge in 2014. Since then, it has introduced a dual-edge version that has been used in its flagship S and Note series. © Reuters It manufactures more than 90 percent of the small and midsize OLED panels used in smartphones worldwide. A leak of technology in this field would deal a huge blow to Samsung The South Korean giant spent about 150 billion won over a period of six years to develop the OLED technology that is now considered highly-classified national knowledge, prosecution said. Source: Bloomberg
  7. Who knew that it has gotten so bad for David Schwimmer since 'Friends' ended, that he has to resort to stealing to survive? Well, it really hasn't been his day, his week, his month or even his year, but it's okay Ross, your 'friends' will be there for you. Okay, all jokes aside, this David Schwimmer lookalike is really up to no good, and is even wanted in the UK for theft. Police do post stuff like this to get any extra help they can get, but this one really blew up – for obvious reasons – with people making as many 'Friends' jokes as they can. But, we'll get to that later, because the biggest response came from the man himself, who was quick to clear his name. Looking at the first picture, it really is hard to convince yourself that this person is not actually David Schwimmer and after seeing the eerie similarity, he himself decided to post his alibi on Twitter to convince the police and everyone else that he really is innocent. In an attempt to recreate the original picture, he posted a video and I'm now even more convinced that he is the thief from UK. Officers, I swear it wasn't me. As you can see, I was in New York. To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation.#itwasntmepic.twitter.com/EDFF9dZoYR — schwim (@DavidSchwimmer) October 24, 2018 *Shaggy voice* “It wasn't me!” The police seem to have believed him. Thanks for being there for us @DavidSchwimmerðð#appreciatethesupport@BlackpoolPolicehttps://t.co/RsMhsbN0JE — LancsPolice (@LancsPolice) October 24, 2018 Well, I still don't and I'm not the only one who's not yet fully convinced. The replies to his tweet are as hilarious as his video. We already know Ross has a history of stealing. Don't believe @DavidSchwimmer, ask any hotel he's visited. Remember this little episode? We do. pic.twitter.com/p2AqeBn2bC — Brian for Brains (@BrianForBrains) October 24, 2018 Phoebe also has criminal history. The plot is thickening. Found the getaway driver. #probablywaspic.twitter.com/muUFrpFcKJ — á¶ááªáá¬ð (@gracejynr) October 25, 2018 He can never say Emily. I Ross, take you....beer. — Claire Behind The Hair Blue Tick (@urmumsausername) October 24, 2018 Dammit, Russ! I think "It was Russ!", will be a meme. ð — SJ Wrandt-Minne (@PizzaAbuser) October 24, 2018 Classic. Haha classic ross pic.twitter.com/iA1oJF9NWl — Clair Knight (@LadyOfRockNTea) October 24, 2018 Exactly. Friends S8 E4: The one where Ross moves to Blackpool and turns to a life of crime — GGS (@perthbearblue) October 25, 2018 Maybe he can flirt his way out of this one. #DavidSchwimmerpic.twitter.com/Durjlr0OMJ — Goldhawk Int Books (@Goldhawk_IntBks) October 24, 2018 Wait, there's more. All the fans of the show 'Friends', which is basically the entire world population, came in the comments of the police's picture and put their extensive 'Friends' knowledge to good use. It's all because of Monica. Yeah, you probably did. Very serious. I can guarantee he did that. Do yourself a favour and go through the entire comment section if you want a good laugh.
  8. In the world of espionage, anything and everything goes and it seems like the Chinese may be using spy chips in hardware for surveillance. Since everything is manufactured in China, including the laptop I'm typing this story on, it is not far-fetched that the Chinese Government may be secretly installed spy chips in servers of leading companies. © Bloomberg A report by Bloomberg suggests that data centre equipment run by Amazon Web Services and Apple may have been affected by this very practice. The report claims that a tiny microchip was inserted during the manufacturing process. These claims have been strongly refuted by both Apple and Amazon. According to Bloomberg, these chips have been under investigation since 2015 where it was found these chips steal intellectual property and trade secrets. This practice may have been introduced by a Chinese server company called Super Micro. It is a company in China that assembles marines used in the centres at Apple and Amazon. © Reuters All companies in question have disputed this report while Super Micro has denied the introduction of these chips during manufacturing. According to government and corporate sources, Chinese spies have breached at least 30 American companies by compromising the supply chain. Super Micro, is one of the world's biggest supplier of server motherboards, capacitors and fibreglass-mounted chips. The Chinese Government did not deny this report specifically but said in a statement “China is a resolute defender of cybersecurity. It advocates for the international community to work together on tackling cyber security threats through dialogue on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit.” A blog post by Amazon noted that "there are so many inaccuracies in this article as it relates to Amazon that they're hard to count." Apple told CNBC "We are deeply disappointed that in their dealings with us, Bloomberg's reporters have not been open to the possibility that they or their sources might be wrong or misinformed. Our best guess is that they are confusing their story with a previously reported 2016 incident in which we discovered an infected driver on a single Super Micro server in one of our labs. That one-time event was determined to be accidental and not a targeted attack against Apple.” China and its companies have been suspected earlier for spying on American companies to steal intellectual properties. Companies like Huawei, ZTE have also scrutinised in the past for various reasons. We aren't entirely sure whether the report by Bloomberg is accurate or not.
  9. As a kid I often fancied living like royalty. Members of the royal family live in a separate world of their own. Their lifestyle, their events, parties, basically everything is different from ours. At least that's what the common notion is, right? Reuters But, thanks to Prince Harry, I got to know that there isn't much of a difference when it comes to the royal parties. It was Meghan Markle's charity cookbook event and Prince Harry stole the show after he was caught sneaking a samosa home. Reuters When everyone was busy chatting and looking elsewhere, the Duke of Sussex, was seen hiding the samosa behind his back. The moment he realised that he was caught red-handed, he gave a cheeky smile. I could be wrong but I reckon we've caught Prince Harry red handed stealing some samosas from the Meghan's 'Together' cookbook event they were at today!! Have a watch... #HubbCommunityKitchen @KensingtonRoyal pic.twitter.com/3BWd0TYqj8 — Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) September 20, 2018 Reportedly, the vegetable samosas are a part of Meghan's project, 'Together: Our Community Cookbook'. Addressing the event, Meghan said "Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love. I had just recently moved to London and felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen with your warmth, and your kindness." We guess no one can understand his act and his love for samosa more than us. After all, we all have been there and done exactly that.
  10. Yesterday was a remarkable day for our country, as we made our way to the pages of history for having achieved something that's still a distant dream for a lot of LGBT people across the world. Millions in the country rejoiced over Section 377 being decriminalised and we totally get their sentiments and share in their joy. Many people have also taken this opportunity to share some of their most intimate stories about the fears and struggles they had to face in the past when Section 377 still held its post. But yesterday's judgement has not only brought lively hopes in the hearts of the LGBT community but has also made them share their stories of love and freedom. © Reuters Danish Sheikh, a law professor and an LGBTQ activist, is one such ecstatic person who shared his joy on the verdict through a string of tweets, which has since stolen hearts and gone viral. Twitterati can't help but be charmed by his story of finally coming out with his encounters, now that he has the rights to admit them and share them with the world! Here's the Twitter thread and his story for you to go all mushy over: I was 13 when I first fell in love with a boy. I didn't realize it then. I only knew that I was willing to learn 9th grade Sanskrit without any prior knowledge of the language just to be in a class with him. (1/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 I was 16 when I fell in love with another boy. This time, I knew what it was, but was able to successfully convince myself it was a phase - or even better, that it was a one-off kind of love, that I'd just as easily fall for a woman. (2/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 I was 17 when I realized that I wasn't going to fall for women. That year, for the first time I spoke the words that would make the jigsaw confusion of the last 6 years fall into place. "I'm gay" I said, sitting in the dark, practicing the utterance. (3/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 I was 18 when I began reading about the law that was not on my side, and when I began to see how its existence seemed to validate the silences that had slowly accrued. (4/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 I was 19 when I fell in love with a man, sense what it could mean for love to be reciprocated and then what it could mean for it to be lost. (5/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 Read on to understand what many others like him must have been through over the last few years. I was 24 when the Supreme Court delivered the Suresh Kumar Koushal judgment and told me that the rights I assumed were part of my innate humanity did not in fact exist. (6/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 The Koushal Court's words were weighted down with prejudice and hate. I laughed and brushed them off but they often became an unsaid justification to tolerate casual indignities in public or casual cruelties in private. (7/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 I am 29. The highest constitutional court of my country has finally told me that I am, unambiguously, an equal citizen. That I have, unambiguously, the right to love. (8/9) — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 About fucking time. #377Verdict — Danish Sheikh (@dsheikh726) September 6, 2018 This last tweet is basically all of us who have waited for a positive verdict with bated breath, all this while. About time we say, and the time is now. Congratulations Danish and y'all enthu cutlets too!
  11. A hardware engineer, who until recently worked at Apple, was arrested at the San Jose International Airport while attempting to board a flight to Beijing. Xiaolang Zhang has been charged with stealing trade secrets from Apple surrounding Project Titan. © Twitter Project Titan is Apple's secret project, where the Cupertino giant is currently working on autonomous car technology. Zhang was a hardware engineer for the project and is now facing charges of Theft of Trade Secrets, with penalties of upto 10 years of imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, a $100 special assessment and three years of supervised release. According to the filing, Zhang was designing and testing circuit boards to analyse data from various sensors on the self-driving car. This granted Zhang access to the database that contained trade secrets and other intellectual property. In April, Zhang left Apple and was visiting his family in China. He informed the company that after he returns, he would be leaving the company and would continue to live in Guangzhou. He also informed his supervisors at the meeting that he would be joining Chinese electric car startup XMotors. © Twitter After Zhang turned in his company-issued devices, Apple noticed unusual download activity which led them to believe that he may have obtained sensitive data from Project Titan. Security Cameras and badge swipes also placed him in company labs during his alleged paternity leave. He later admitted being in the Apple's hardware labs and stealing two circuit boards and a Linux server. Moments B4 flight to Beijing, ex-#Apple worker Xiaolang Zhang nabbed by @FBISanFrancisco at @FlySJC for stealing autonomous-vehicle trade secrets while on paternity leave, per @USAO_NDCA. Zhang told agents he intended to work for @xmotorsglobal & air-dropped data to wife's laptop pic.twitter.com/TRKC3lZmzu — Henry K. Lee (@henrykleeKTVU) July 10, 2018 All evidence was submitted to the FBO after Apple discovered that at least 60% of the downloaded data on his wife's computer, had trade secrets. The report says that the FBO describes the information as “largely technical in nature, including engineering schematics, technical reference manuals, and technical reports.” Apple released a statement and explained that it is working with authorities to make sure Zhang is held responsible for his misdoings. “Apple takes confidentiality and the protection of our intellectual property very seriously,” company spokesman Tom Neumayr said in an email. “We're working with authorities on this matter and will do everything possible to make sure this individual and any other individuals involved are held accountable for their actions.”