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Human rights activist suing Twitter for allegedly giving Saudi spies access to his info

A Saudi human rights activist has filed a lawsuit against Twitter, alleging that the company hired two people who spied on behalf of the government of Saudi Arabia and accessed his personal information. © Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Ali Al-Ahmed, head of the human rights advocacy organization Institute for Gulf Affairs, has… Continue reading Human rights activist suing Twitter for allegedly giving Saudi spies access to his info

Activist Accuses Twitter of Allowing Saudi Agents to Access His Sensitive Journalistic Data

Twitter and other defendants were sued Wednesday in California Northern District Court for allegedly allowing third parties to access a users’ confidential information. The lawsuit was filed by Gerstman Schwartz LLP on behalf of Ali Al-Ahmed, a Saudi Arabian national and human rights advocate who has been granted asylum in the United States. Al-Ahmed accuses… Continue reading Activist Accuses Twitter of Allowing Saudi Agents to Access His Sensitive Journalistic Data

Bloktopia, a VR metaverse, partners with Animoca Brands, Jake Paul and Bitboy to give users access to crypto information

The cryptocurrency world includes many unknown nuances to new users, making it increasingly difficult for users to navigate their way around. Crypto Twitter, Telegram, and YouTube contribute to the currency ecosystem of disjointed information that users face. Fortunately, the concept of the metaverse might have the ability to unite information. In simple terms, the metaverse… Continue reading Bloktopia, a VR metaverse, partners with Animoca Brands, Jake Paul and Bitboy to give users access to crypto information

Former OnlyFans employees allegedly retained access to sensitive user data after leaving company: report

Teal founder and CEO George Matus provides insight into the global chip shortage.  A new report claims that former employees of online platform OnlyFans retained access to sensitive data from some users long after leaving the company.  A former employee spoke to VICE and revealed that ex-employees retained access to Zendesk, which OnlyFans used to… Continue reading Former OnlyFans employees allegedly retained access to sensitive user data after leaving company: report

NFT Project To Donate 100% Of Income To Help Afghan Women Access Education

Bookblocks.io, an NFT company has partnered with a New York-based company, Women for Afghan Women to help women in Afghanistan have access to education. Under the new Taliban-run government, women in Afghanistan have had their rights to education restricted by the fundamentalist militants. Since this development, Afghan women have taken to the streets to protest. Over a… Continue reading NFT Project To Donate 100% Of Income To Help Afghan Women Access Education

NFT Project to Help Women in Afghanistan Get Access to Education

Bookblocks.io, a non-fungible token (NFT) company, has teamed up with Women for Afghan Women, an organization based in New York, which focuses on promoting women’s access to education in Afghanistan and the United States. The partnership comes after the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan that has limited the access of women to education. Release an NFT… Continue reading NFT Project to Help Women in Afghanistan Get Access to Education

NFT project partners with Afghanistan organization to help women get access to education

Non-fungible token company Bookblocks.io has partnered with a New York-based organization to help women in Afghanistan have access to education amid the Taliban takeover. Bookblocks.io announced it would be releasing a non-fungible token, or NFT, on Oct. 5 with the proceeds given to Women for Afghan Women, an organization which helps provide women access to… Continue reading NFT project partners with Afghanistan organization to help women get access to education

Opening Superchargers To OEMs Gives Tesla Access To $7.5B EV Fund

Tesla surprised a lot of people last month when it announced that it would open its network of Superchargers to electric vehicles from other brands later this year.  At the time, Elon Musk explained that the opening would be gradual, starting with some undisclosed initial markets before expanding globally. As it turns out, the United States… Continue reading Opening Superchargers To OEMs Gives Tesla Access To $7.5B EV Fund

Tesla opening Supercharger network will enable access to new $7.5 billion EV funding in US

Tesla’s recent move to open its Supercharger network to other automakers will enable the automaker to get access to some of the $7.5 billion in EV charging infrastructure funding as part of the new US infrastructure bill. For years now, Tesla has been talking about opening up the Supercharger network to electric vehicles from other… Continue reading Tesla opening Supercharger network will enable access to new $7.5 billion EV funding in US

JPMorgan Big Bank Retail Access Bitcoin

JPMorgan just became the first U.S. big bank to give retail clients access to Bitcoin exposure, effective July 19, reported Business Insider. Contrary to other prominent banks, JPMorgan will reportedly not limit access to only ultrawealthy clients. A person familiar with the move told Business Insider that “it applies to all JPMorgan clients seeking investment… Continue reading JPMorgan Big Bank Retail Access Bitcoin

Hong Kong anti-doxing bill to allow blocking of social media access

The Hong Kong government will gain powers to restrict local access to the world’s biggest technology platforms under legislation to punish “doxing” offences expected to be passed this year. The measures are the latest government effort to assert greater control over civic freedoms in the territory following pro-democracy protests in 2019, when critics and supporters… Continue reading Hong Kong anti-doxing bill to allow blocking of social media access

Faced with rare protests, Cuba curbs social media access, watchdog says

Access to Facebook, WhatsApp, others is restricted -NetBlocks Sunday protests have largely died down Dozens still detained – rights group HAVANA, July 13 (Reuters) – Cuba has restricted access to social media and messaging platforms including Facebook and WhatsApp, global internet monitoring firm NetBlocks said on Tuesday, amid widespread anti-government protests. Thousands of Cubans joined… Continue reading Faced with rare protests, Cuba curbs social media access, watchdog says