The company might face a class action lawsuit over the Note7.The US Department of Transportation banned the Note7 on all flights.Samsung started setting up recall stations for Note7 phones in some airports.Sadly, all of the above
All of these things happened. What a mess.
All US airlines have banned the phone on planes, which prompted Samsung to set up airport exchange stations. Oh, and three New Jersey Note7 owners have started the process of filing a class action lawsuit against Samsung. Yikes dot com.
Facebook CEO Mark ZuckerbergMicrosoft founder Bill GatesAmazon CEO Jeff BezosAlphabet President Sergey Brin
Zuck came to Thiel's defense
In a leaked internal Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg wrote that Facebook can't simultaneously prioritize diversity and ostracize supporters of a major party's nominee. Thiel was one of the first investors in Facebook and has been a longtime board member at the social network.
And wow did the FCC ever rule against them. A $48 million fine is stiff.
Fake Yahoo accountsFake Gmail password formsFake Facebook notificationsFake Apple IDs
Gmail password forms
They did a pretty good job of copying the feel of Google. That's how the hackers got access to so many emails.
Islamaphobic attacksAnti-Semitic harassmentGender-based slursHomophobic insults
There's been a lot more anti-Semitism on Twitter recently, and it targets journalists especially.
From BuzzFeed News' Charlie Warzel: "The yearlong study found roughly 2.6 million anti-Semitic tweets, creating more than 10 billion impressions across the web. Of those tweets, 19,253 were directed at journalists."
Renting torture chambers—think "Hostel"Single owners listing multiple homesListing homes for more than their rental valueDiscriminating against renters based on identity
Single owners won't be able to list multiple homes on AirBnb in NY and SF.
The practice is already illegal in New York and San Francisco, but this week marks the first time home-sharing company will prevent homeowners from doing it using the design of the platform.
Dyn, a major provider of domain name servers (DNS)Power grids on the US East CoastFederal government internet infrastructure in Washington, DCOpen-source code packages
Multiple massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks hit Dyn
Spotify, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, Github, Netflix, PayPal, SoundCloud, Shopify, and others were affected. BuzzFeed News' Sheera Frenkel: "The Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack overwhelms a company’s servers with traffic from multiple sources to make online service unavailable. DNS or Domain Name System is the internet’s system for converting alphabetic names of websites — the ones humans use — into machine-friendly IP addresses which direct users’ internet connection to the correct website. By attacking a DNS host, such as Dyn, they are essentially attacking the internet’s ability to route users to the correct webpage."