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After Jack Hack, Government Starts Taking Wireless 'SIM Hijacking' Seriously (techdirt)

Wireless carriers have been under fire for failing to protect their users from the practice of SIM hijacking. The practice involves posing as a wireless customer, then fooling a wireless carrier to port the victim's cell phone number right out from underneath them, letting the attacker then pose as the customer to potentially devastating effect. Back in February, a man sued T-Mobile for failing to protect his account after a hacker, pretending to be him, ported out his phone number, then managed...
Tags: News, Fcc, Fbi, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, MFA, Karl Bode, Private Industry Notification PIN, MFA Carriers


Facebook and Twitter say they will allow candidates to pay them to be able to lie about opponents

Trump has been buying ads with false content that run on Facebook and Twitter, and the two social media platforms both say they will continue to accept paid ads that contain lies. From : Last month, Facebook communications chief Nick Clegg said Facebook will not fact-check politicians’ ads, a stance the company has reiterated. In a letter to Biden’s campaign, Facebook’s head of global elections policy, Katie Harbath, said that “if a claim is made directly by a politician on their Page, in an ad...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, News, Nick Clegg, Biden, Jack Dorsey, Trump, Katie Harbath, Generic CC, JD Lasica Attribution, That's Disinfotainment, Anthony Quintano Attribution


Trump gets on Twitch

The reelection campaign will be livestreamed. US president Donald Trump has joined Amazon-owned livestreaming platform Twitch. Twitch is best known as a social video streaming platform for gamers but does host other content, including politics. The verified DonaldTrump Twitch account, spotted earlier by Reuters, has just one video in the recent broadcast section so far: A livestream of a Trump rally which took place in Minneapolis yesterday evening. Alongside the saved video of this broadcast...
Tags: Amazon, Social, Twitter, Politics, Minneapolis, US, Social Media, Tech, United States, Digital Media, President, Jack Dorsey, Donald Trump, Twitch, Presidential Election, Live Streaming


85 Percent of Americans Don't Know Who This Is and I'm Extremely Jealous

Do you recognize this man? If so, I’m very, very sorry. You are among the select few who, like Thanos, are cursed with knowledge.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Jack Dorsey, Don


Ellen DeGeneres is trying to block a video slamming her controversial friendship with George W. Bush but it's gone viral

Ellen DeGeneres defended her friendship with former president George W. Bush in a speech on her show on Tuesday. Activist Rafael Shimunov produced a video satirizing the speech by projecting images of the Iraq War behind DeGeneres. The next day Shimunov said Twitter had removed the video on copyright grounds — but other Twitter users have started re-uploading the video in response. It's an example of the Streisand Effect, in which attempting to censor something online can often end up making i...
Tags: Twitter, Iraq, US, San Francisco, Trends, Joe Biden, Dallas Cowboys, Nickelback, Jack Dorsey, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Ellen Degeneres, Kamala Harris, Trump, Bush, Abu Ghraib


Most Americans don't know Facebook owns Instagram and WhatsApp (FB)

A majority of U.S. adults performed poorly on a digital knowledge quiz carried out by Pew Research, answering fewer than half of questions correctly. Most respondents didn't know that Facebook owns Instagram, for example, or that "https://" indicates that information entered on a website is encrypted.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A new Pew Research Center survey finds that Americans' understanding of technology-related issues varies greatly depending on the topic, term...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, United States, Jack Dorsey, Pew Research Center, Pew Research, Digital Knowledge


Twitter admits it used two-factor phone numbers and emails for serving targeted ads

Twitter has said it used phone numbers and email addresses, provided by users to set up two-factor authentication on their accounts, to serve targeted ads. In Tuesday, the social media giant said it did not know how many users were impacted. The issue stemmed from the company’s tailored audiences program, which allows companies to target advertisements against their own marketing lists, such as phone numbers and email addresses. But Twitter found that when advertisers uploaded their marketi...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Twitter, Email, Privacy, Social Media, Tech, Data Breach, Software, Password, Computing, Jack Dorsey, Operating Systems, Data Security


Here’s the pitch deck payments automation startup Tipalti used to raise $76 million from investors including former top Twitter execs Adam Bain and Dick Costolo (TWTR)

Tipalti, a fast-growing accounts payable automation startup, just raised $76 million from new investors, including a new fund run by former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and former COO Adam Bain.  The company has raised a total of $129 million in funding. Bain said Tipalti is an example of a fast-growing startup that he and Costolo are looking to support. "What we seek out are companies that are about to go through almost the good kind of problems that high growth companies have," he said. Having o...
Tags: Twitter, Dick Costolo, Ipo, Trends, Gartner, Jack Dorsey, Bain, Adam Bain, COO Adam Bain, Costolo, Tipalti, Dick Costolo TWTR, Twitter Bain, Twitch GoDaddy GoPro Vimeo, Chen Amit Tipalti, Tipalti Bain


Ellen Pao calls out Twitter’s ‘public town square’ model as flawed

Project Include CEO Ellen Pao, who has been working to foster diversity, inclusion and ethics in the tech industry, called out Twitter’s “public square” model as flawed — and a decision that indicates a lack of ethical consideration, on Twitter’s part. The topic of Twitter came up on a panel at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2019 this morning, when Pao was asked her opinion as to whether Twitter should make exceptions to its platform rules for public figures — like President Trump, for example. She sa...
Tags: Social, TC, Twitter, Tech, Diversity, Ellen Pao, Jack Dorsey, Jack, Techcrunch Disrupt, Trump, Pao, TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2019


Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘Jack Dorsey is hiring a Bitcoin designer’

Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Machiavelli used to say: The long and winding road awaits! Bitcoin Price We closed the day, October 3 2019, at a price of $8,259. That’s a minor 1.55 percent decline in 24 hours, or -$130.78. It was the lowest closing price in three days. We’re still 58 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-t...
Tags: Startups, Bitcoin, Jack Dorsey, Insider, Machiavelli, Hard Fork, Satoshi Nakaboto


“2020 Democratic candidate Sen. Kamala Harris asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in a Tuesday letter to consider suspending President Trump's account...”

“... for violating its user agreement with his tweets about the Ukraine whistleblower and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).... Harris accused Trump of violating Twitter's rule that users ‘may not threaten violence against an individual or a group of people’ by falsely accusing the Ukraine whistleblower of ‘spying’ and Schiff of treason. The California senator called the tweets ‘blatant threats’ ...”Axios reports.It’s helpful to know that Harris’s orientation is to suppress freedom of speech. Her own ...
Tags: Twitter, Law, California, Censorship, Ukraine, Jack Dorsey, Free Speech, Kamala Harris, Trump, HARRIS, Adam Schiff, Schiff, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric, Sen Kamala Harris, Trump And U


Elon Musk says he lost money running Tesla last year

Elon Musk tweeted that he lost money running Tesla last year. Musk was responding to a New York Times report which claimed that he made more than the next 65 highest-paid US CEOs put together in 2018. A Tesla spokesperson told Business Insider that Musk receives no salary, cash bonuses, or equity. In response to reports about his pay, Musk said a "fear, uncertainty & doubt propaganda campaign being pushed by those betting against Tesla has reached new heights." Visit Business Insider's homepag...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, US, Trends, Tesla, New York Times, The Times, Times, Jack Dorsey, Musk, Elon


Twitter Has Started Researching Whether White Supremacists Belong on Twitter

Twitter is conducting in-house research to better understand how white nationalists and supremacists use the platform. From a report: The company is trying to decide, in part, whether white supremacists should be banned from the site or should be allowed to stay on the platform so their views can be debated by others, a Twitter executive told Motherboard. Vijaya Gadde, Twitter's head of trust and safety, legal and public policy, said Twitter believes "counter-speech and conversation are a force ...
Tags: Twitter, Tech, Jack Dorsey, Trump, Gadde, Motherboard Vijaya Gadde Twitter


Twitter is looking for someone to be its next 'Tweeter-in-chief' (TWTR)

Twitter is looking for someone to run its Twitter account. The job listing describes the gig as, "Tweeter in Chief."  The listing goes on to say that the new employee will, "set the tone of who we are and how we act, and talk to people on Twitter. No big deal." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Do you want to be the face of Twitter on Twitter — the so-called "Tweeter in Chief" of the social media platform?  As it turns out, Twitter is looking for just such an employee who ca...
Tags: Twitter, US, Trends, Jack Dorsey, Senate Intelligence Committee, TWTR, Samsung Galaxy Fold


What Jack Dorsey Doesn’t Get About Wellness

by Lynne Everatt, co-author of “The 5-Minute Recharge“ “It’s all about detaching yourself and being more in control of the reaction.” – Jack Dorsey Billionaire Twitter/Square CEO Jack Dorsey set off his very own Twitterstorm recently when he shared his weekly starvation plan — one meal per day except on the weekend when there are no meals per day—with podcaster and professional Ironman Ben Greenfield who travels with a near-infrared light that he shines between his legs to boost his testoster...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Startups, Harvard, Self Awareness, Jack Dorsey, Jack, St Louis, Self Improvement, Dorsey, Ben, Jacqueline, Lynne, Thinking Aloud, Stephen Leacock, Lynne Everatt


Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, and 21 other tech moguls who never graduated college

College students accrued more than $1 trillion in debt last year pursuing higher education. However, there are incredibly successful tech executives, such as Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, who started multi-billion-dollar companies without ever getting a college degree. Here are 23 tech founders and executives who never graduated college, but nevertheless attained massive success. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been consistently shown that are bound to earn more t...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Florida, New York, London, Sweden, Mississippi, Microsoft, Yahoo, California, Steve Jobs, Drew Houston, Stanford, China, Boston, New York City


Twitter’s cofounder says a more diverse team would have addressed abuse earlier. Science says he’s probably right.

Twitter cofounder and former CEO Ev Williams said Twitter would have prioritized removing abusive content had the leadership team been more diverse.  Williams founded the company with three other white men, including current CEO Jack Dorsey.  Multiple studies have found greater team diversity leads to more better performance and more sound decisions. Diverse companies tend to innovate more as well, according to the Harvard Business Review.  Greater team diversity could have solved Twitter's a...
Tags: Twitter, Beyonce, California, Southeast Asia, Trends, Williams, Amnesty International, North America, Jack Dorsey, Ev Williams, Jay, Harvard Business Review, Tufts University, National Academy of Sciences, Harvard Business Review Greater


Opinion: The good life has changed

Not too long ago, the rich and famous sought sleek cars, extravagant hotel rooms, and private jets. But for modern moguls like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, luxury no longer means swilling martinis and feasting on expensive steaks. By his definition, the lavish lifestyle involves regular fasting and ice baths. The meaning of living wealthy now prioritizes living healthy, and high-end products have been replaced by more experiential spoils. Fitness, mental resilience, togetherness—these are the new...
Tags: Advertising, Jack Dorsey, Pepsico, Vega, Michelob Ultra, Scottsdale Arizona, Laura Barnett, Dosist, WeWork Austin


Trump Wants Your Social Media Gripes — And Zip Code, Email And Phone Number

The White House on Wednesday asked social media users to submit their tales of suspected political bias by platforms like Facebook, Twitter and others. It also asked for a lot of personal information, with little explanation of how it would be used. “The Trump Administration is fighting for free speech online,” read a White House tweet Wednesday. “No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it!” The Trump Adminis...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, News, White House, Censorship, Social Media, The White House, Fox News, Jack Dorsey, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Dorsey, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Trump, Sen Ted Cruz, Facebook Twitter


Facebook is overrun with fake accounts impersonating tech execs like Tim Cook, Elon Musk, and Sundar Pichai (FB, GOOG)

Facebook is overrun with fake accounts pretending to be famous technology industry executives. The fraudulent accounts are purporting to be everyone from Tesla CEO Elon Musk to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The existence of the accounts raise questions about Facebook's ability to police its app for malicious behaviour. Last year, Facebook was criticised over fake accounts of CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Those have been banned — but these still remain. Visit...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, London, Microsoft, California, Satya Nadella, Trends, Snapchat, New York Times, Tim Cook, Peter Thiel, Silicon Valley, Evan Spiegel


Ted Cruz complains to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after being mocked for space pirates warning

"Pirates threaten the open seas, and the same is possible in space," Cruz said. He added that "the world's first trillionaire will be made in space."
Tags: Science, Ted Cruz, Jack Dorsey, Cruz, Pirates


The White House wants to know if you’ve been ‘censored or silenced’ by social media

It’s no secret that the Trump administration has been at war with social media. In the past year, the President has accused several online giants of censoring conservative voices, in particular giants like Twitter, Google and Facebook. The Trump Administration is fighting for free speech online. No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it! https://t.co/9lc0cqUhuf pic.twitter.com/J8ICbx42dz — The White House ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, White House, Social Media, Tech, Policy, Jack Dorsey, Trump, Donald J Trump, Oval Office, Facebook Instagram Twitter, Twitter Google, President Trump, Facebook The Trump Administration


A Better Information Diet

PART I: HOW WE THINK To improve and maintain your capacity to get information, you have to understand how it comes to you. ~Andy Grove, 1983 [1] We monitor what we eat and drink, optimizing our diet for health and performance, not just enjoyment--and yet we can be heedless about what we read, watch, and listen to. Our information diet is often the result of accident or happenstance rather than thoughtful planning. Even when we do choose deliberately, the intent behind much of our media ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, New York, Leadership, Stanford, Communication, Neuroscience, Atlantic, Jack Dorsey, Franklin Foer, Accel Partners, Andy Grove, Ucla, Daniel Kahneman, Sam Anderson, Boyd


B2B Social Media Shakeup: 4 Developments That Have Caught Our Eye

Following scandal, criticism, and calls for more privacy and relevancy, social media giants are working hard to recapture their original allure as safe communities and conversation destinations. And while platforms are ardently focused on heightening the everyday user’s experience, the movements we’ve seen so far in 2019 signals that B2B brands will still have some things to look forward to. This is a teeny sampling of the social media headlines we saw in the first quarter of 2019 a...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Instagram, Social Media, Seo, Linkedin, B2b Marketing, Facebook Messenger, Facebook Groups, Jack Dorsey, NICK, Chris Anderson, Dorsey, Toprank Marketing, San Jose CA


Why breaking up Facebook is actually a terrible idea (FB)

Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes says Facebook's power is so great across all of the tools billions of people use, that it needs to be stopped. And he's right. But his solution to break Facebook up into separately traded companies, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, while emotionally satisfying, is flawed. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes has made a compelling case about why Facebook, and its CEO Mark Zuckerbergare too powerful. The company has...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Okta, Congress, Trends, New York Times, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Jack Dorsey, Chris Hughes, Major League Baseball, Jetblue, Federal Trade Commission, Todd Mckinnon, Zuckerberg, Don


The CEO of a $1.3 billion startup backed by Mary Meeker, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey, apologizes after sexual harassment allegations emerge

The 600 employees of Intercom are gathering for an all-hands meeting on Thursday, sources tell Business Insider. They are there to discuss a news report that documents multiple investigations of its founder and CEO Eoghan McCabe. McCabe has been the subject of two HR investigations after sexual harassment complaints were filed against him from alleged incidents in 2014 and 2015, the the Information's Zoë Bernard reports.  And now the company has launched a new internal investigation to look i...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Ireland, New Relic, New York Times, Silicon Valley, Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, Stewart Butterfield, Mary Meeker, Atlassian, Intercom


Cannes: MTonomy Offers Sales Agents Blockchain-Based Rights Management System

Blockchain will make a Cannes comeback this year with Jack Dorsey-backed MTonomy pitching an “operating system for the world of film and TV rights.” At the Cannes Film Festival, the company will be providing the technological backbone for the film sales operations of Los Angeles-based sales agent Indie Rights. It will also hold presentations of […]
Tags: News, Global, Los Angeles, Markets & Festivals, Cannes film festival, Jack Dorsey, Cannes, Indie Rights, Mtonomy


Batwoman, Failed Airlines, and Height Enhancement Scams: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

It’s been a busy week for our friends at Facebook: Amid showing a bunch of loser far-right trolls and also Louis Farrakhan the door, kicking off an unhinged Twitter spree by the president, the company announced a confusing pivot towards being a privacy-first platform while also announcing other features designed to…Read more...
Tags: Health, Amazon, Facebook, Wearables, Twitter, Science, Technology, Television, Movies, Air Travel, Medicine, Labor, Environment, Cars, Social Media, Brands


11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

Japan’s new emperor. The power of Jack Dorsey. The raisin situation. Same pictures 68 years apart. Ok gets the ok from Scrabble. And more.
Tags: Japan, News, Jack Dorsey, Admissions Standards, Scrabble (Game, Meow Wolf (Art Collective


These are the eccentric eating, sleeping, wellness, and workout regimes of the world's top tech billionaires

Silicon Valley executives have some surprising and unusual habits when it comes to eating, sleeping, and relaxing. Some of their more extreme rituals, like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's fasting regime, have provoked criticism. Other routines are surprisingly mundane for executives who are among the richest individuals on the planet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The stars of Silicon Valley certainly are an eclectic bunch. Tech moguls like Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff...
Tags: Trends, New York Times, Bill Gates, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, Nellie Bowles, Elon Musk Mark Zuckerberg, Ben Greenfield