Ever wanted to punch the guy working next to you who sounds like he’s basically yelling into his phone when he’s on conference calls? What about the woman who taps her foot incessantly from the second you arrive to the second you leave, or that intern who crackles his chip bag every day at lunch?
It turns out that you’re not the only one who’s annoyed with your too-loud co-workers.
Snapchat has agreed to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over charges that it deceived users about how much privacy they have with the ephemeral messaging app.
According to the FTC’s complaint, Snapchat marketed the app as letting a user send a message, which then “disappears forever.” However, users could take advantage of third-party apps to save messages longer.
The FTC complaint also claimed that Snapchat collected contact information from iOS users’ address books “without notice…
A pornography service is suing Amazon over FireTV, the set top box the company unveiled earlier this month
Florida-based WREAL is a video streaming company that owns and operates FyreTV.com, a service that enables users to download and watch porn videos. (Naturally, the site is extremely NSFW.) The company also sells a set-top box of its own, also branded FyreTV
The National Football League has ramped up its lawsuit against musician M.I.A., seeking $16.6 million in damages after she flashed her middle finger at the camera during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show.
An appeals court ordered Google to remove all copies of the infamous “Innocence of Muslims” from YouTube, a shoddy anti-Islamic video that spurred widespread protests in 2012. The court opinion was issued on Wednesday.
The ruling, which issues a temporary takedown, comes after an actress who briefly appeared in the video — Cindy Lee Garcia — filed a copyright complaint, arguing she had signed up for a different video. In a 2-1 vote, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Garcia and…
The security firm that conducts 45% of all background checks for potential U.S. government employees may have falsified hundreds of thousands of background checks over a four-year period
The Justice Department is accusing U.S. Investigations Services (USIS) of using computer software to “flush” or “dump” 665,000 background checks, submitting them as complete when the company actually had not conducted a thorough review of the candidates, according to a complaint filed on Wednesday….