Ola e-scooters have buyers hurting — physically and emotionally
Delays, dangerous scooters, and bad customer service are pushing former fans to light scooters on fire and protest against the much-vaunted company.
Cyber protests swelled around the Shanghai lockdown, then vanished thanks to China’s state censorship
“Our anger rose like a massive wave. Then it just disappeared into the ocean.”
Google and Meta’s underwater cables up the stakes on internet control
Google and Meta’s new subsea cables mark a tectonic shift in how the internet works, and who controls it.
Crypto-libertarian paradise, Próspera, just lost its battle with Honduras
“Pay your tax like everybody else; go and get your permits like everybody else; and [abide by] Honduran law and regulation like everybody else.”
Why Elon Musk’s ambition to have Twitter “authenticate all real humans” will get people killed
Elon Musk’s desire to ‘authenticate all humans’ has users in countries like Myanmar and Saudi Arabia worried for their lives.
Data leaked by Anonymous hacktivists has put Sri Lankans at risk of cybercrime
Leaked data by the hacker collective has put regular Sri Lankans at severe risk of cybercrime.