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  • Chipotle posts racist messages on Twitter during hack

    Chipotle posts racist messages on Twitter during hack
    Chipotle had to apologize to its hundreds of thousands of followers early Sunday morning after a hacker took control of the company's Twitter account and began posting racist and anti-government messages, according to USA Today. The hack lasted for...
  • How terrorist hackers are ruffling the U.S. military

    Pentagon officials have started calling retired generals to let them know that their home addresses, private emails and other personal information appeared in a document that was publicized globally by a group claiming to support the Islamic State....
  • Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die

    Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die
    Snapchat isn’t just a Los Angeles technology start-up these days. It’s also a media production company, and one that counts a Spielberg and a Goldwyn on its crew. On Saturday, Snapchat plans to debut a weekly, five-minute show called “...
  • With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television

    With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television
    The 2014-15 TV season was already shaping up to be a watershed year for diversity on the major networks, thanks to the success of ABC's "black-ish" and "How to Get Away With Murder." The most-watched new comedy and new drama of the season, respectively,...
  • Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks

    Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks
    It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates. Then the Cyber Caliphate arrived. Just after...
  • Can evil automated switchboards really be improved?

     Can evil automated switchboards really be improved?
    The automated switchboard, that most satanic of corporate innovations, isn't going away even though the vast majority of consumers despise it. In fact, the technology may play an even greater role in your life by migrating to your cellphone. First,...
  • Deondre Francois talks about Twitter account being 'hacked'

    Deondre Francois talks about Twitter account being 'hacked'
    Everything was going along quite routinely on Thursday afternoon for Deondre Francois, until someone, as he puts it, "hacked," his Twitter account. The tweet from the Bradenton IMG Academy quarterback's Twitter account @Deondre_3 read, "I'm officially...
  • Twitter accounts of New York Post and news agency UPI hacked

    Twitter accounts of New York Post and news agency UPI hacked
    Some Twitter accounts of the New York Post and UPI, as well as the news agency's website, were briefly hacked Friday. Tweets with false economic and military news were posted and then deleted. One tweet on United Press International's feed said that...
  • Poll: Women who use social media heavily report lower stress levels

    Poll: Women who use social media heavily report lower stress levels
    The fear of missing out has been greatly exaggerated. In general, people who frequently used the Internet, cellphones and social media are no more stressed than adults who used those digital technologies less or not at all, according to a poll from...
  • Hackers possibly linked to Islamic State hijack Pentagon social media accounts

    Hackers possibly linked to Islamic State hijack Pentagon social media accounts
    The Pentagon is investigating how hackers claiming to be aligned with Islamic State took over U.S. military social media accounts Monday and released more than half a dozen documents, some with the home addresses of retired generals. The invasion of...
  • Crayola sorry after hackers make its Facebook page off-color

    Visitors to Crayola's Facebook page this weekend may have found it a little, er, off-color. Hackers briefly commandeered the page, posting cartoon pictures of breasts and sophomoric sex jokes. The Forks Township crayon and marker manufacturer regained...