7 iPhone Hacks You Probably Don't Know About | NBC News

It’s hard to believe that the iPhone is only 10 years old. It’s equally as hard to remember what life was like without the device. Today, we can’t do anything without it: from waking up, to tracking our run, to hailing a cab. But as often as we find ourselves staring down at the device, there are still a ton of things it can do that we were completely unaware of.In honor of the iPhone’s 10th anniversary we’re sharing a few of our favorite features that will help make your life a little bit easier.

Källa: 7 iPhone Hacks You Probably Don’t Know About | NBC News

7 iPhone Hacks You Probably Don’t Know About | NBC News

It’s hard to believe that the iPhone is only 10 years old. It’s equally as hard to remember what life was like without the device. Today, we can’t do anything without it: from waking up, to tracking our run, to hailing a cab. But as often as we find ourselves staring down at the device, there are still a ton of things it can do that we were completely unaware of.In honor of the iPhone’s 10th anniversary we’re sharing a few of our favorite features that will help make your life a little bit easier.

Källa: 7 iPhone Hacks You Probably Don’t Know About | NBC News

Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack – ABC News

Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack - ABC News

Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack – ABC News

Ukraine accused the Russian security services Saturday of planning and launching a massive cyberattack that locked up computers across the world.The Ukrainian security agency, known as the SBU, alleged in a statement that similarities between the malicious software and previous attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure showed the participation of the Russian intelligence services.The SBU added the attackers appeared uninterested in making a profit from the ransomware program and were more focused on sowing chaos in Ukraine.There was no immediate official response from the Russian government, but Russian lawmaker Igor Morozov told the RIA Novosti news agency that the Ukrainian charges were “fiction” and that the attacks were likely the work of the United States.Ukraine was the country hardest hit by the attack that started Tuesday, when computers at government agencies, energy companies and cash machines were temporarily disabled as their data was encrypted amid demands for ransom payments.

Källa: Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack – ABC News

Better Known As Peaches Christ

Better Known As Peaches Christ

Better Known As Peaches Christ

Two decades after Joshua Grannell gave birth to his bold, brazen, busty alter-ego, Peaches Christ has become a beloved cult icon. This lush, intimate portrait offers a rare candid glimpse into the pre-show transformation of San Francisco’s most sought-after drag queen. Both man and queen get personal as they discuss transgression, catharsis, and how by becoming someone else, Joshua learned to love himself.

 

Delete Hate Speech or Pay Up, Germany Tells Social Media Companies – The New York Times

Delete Hate Speech or Pay Up, Germany Tells Social Media Companies - The New York Times

Delete Hate Speech or Pay Up, Germany Tells Social Media Companies – The New York Times

BERLIN — Social media companies operating in Germany face fines of as much as $57 million if they do not delete illegal, racist or slanderous comments and posts within 24 hours under a law passed on Friday.The law reinforces Germany’s position as one of the most aggressive countries in the Western world at forcing companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter to crack down on hate speech and other extremist messaging on their digital platforms.But the new rules have also raised questions about freedom of expression. Digital and human rights groups, as well as the companies themselves, opposed the law on the grounds that it placed limits on individuals’ right to free expression. Critics also said the legislation shifted the burden of responsibility to the providers from the courts, leading to last-minute changes in its wording.

Källa: Delete Hate Speech or Pay Up, Germany Tells Social Media Companies – The New York Times

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