Top trending tech news:
? Whistleblower Christopher Wylie came forward to reveal Facebook users’ data was obtained and kept by Cambridge Analytica, a data firm which helped Trump win the 2016 presidential election (The Guardian)
? … and now Zuck is in hot water over failing to inform users (BBC)
? Twitter suspended Wylie’s account (TechCrunch)
What we’re talking about:
We really shouldn’t worry about robots taking our jobs… in fact, we should be giving them all the jobs.
“Once untrustworthy, always restricted.” No, that’s not a Black Mirror episode title or text from your mother. China is going to start banning citizens with bad “social credit” from certain forms of travel.
Why Facebook will carry a health warning within five years.
The difference between Tumblr and Twitter is that Twitter users are all upset about Luigi's dick bulge because they're so fucking basic and Tumblr users are doing Algebra to figure out that it's roughly 3.7" flacid and they're so happy for him to have a dick. pic.twitter.com/BlQynFRaZd
— Christopher Butcher ? (@Comics212) March 15, 2018
Speaking of peen, the Amsterdam Pirate Party is using its leader’s penis to promote piracy.
Not speaking of peen, our EIC went to the first ever Vatican City hackathon. Here’s why VHacks made a lot of sense.
Tweet of the day:
so i went searching for the most beautiful mutant powerlines in google earth pic.twitter.com/9MxXemjq3u
— Ada Rook (@rooksfeather) March 15, 2018
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