Seth Green's Stolen Bored Ape Is Back Home
"Fred is back home."
The Owner Of Seth Green's Stolen Bored Ape Said They Have No Plans To Return It
The owner requested that BuzzFeed News put them in touch with Green.
Someone Stole Seth Green's Bored Ape, Which Was Supposed To Star In His New Show
The actor has been pleading on Twitter with “DarkWing84,” who bought his ape from a scammer, to return it.
In A Post-Roe America, Googling "Abortion" Could Put You At Risk. Here’s How To Protect Yourself.
If you’re planning an abortion in certain states, the data on your smartphone could be used against you if you’re not careful.
OpenSea Acquired Gem, The NFT Marketplace Cofounded By An Alleged Rapist
“This individual has never and will never be affiliated with OpenSea,” CEO Devin Finzer said.
TikTok-Famous Doctors Are Getting Into NFTs And It's A Mess
MetaDocs’ NFTs were designed to "revolutionize medicine." But its social media–famous doctors can’t prescribe for or diagnose NFT holders.
How An Alleged Rapist And Former Twitch Streamer Helped Build An NFT Startup By Hiding Behind A Pseudonym
Thanks to cryptocurrency’s culture of anonymity, streamer MethodJosh was able to conceal his history of alleged sexual abuse. He has now been pushed out of NFT startup Gem.
A New Bill Aims To Prevent Sanctioned Russian Oligarchs From Hiding Their Assets Using Cryptocurrency
But the head of Ukraine’s biggest crypto exchange fears that regulation of digital assets markets could hurt ordinary Russians’ ability to push back against Putin.
Apple's New Budget iPhone And iPad Are Coming Next Week
At its annual spring event, the company refreshed the iPhone SE and the iPad Air and unveiled a diminutive Mac Studio running a powerful new chip.
How A Texas Town Embraced A Crypto Miner It Didn’t Want
A 2021 winter storm overwhelmed Denton's power grid, pushing the city into crushing debt. Then a faceless company arrived with a promise to refill its coffers — and double its energy use.
Facebook And Twitter Have Been Blocked In Russia
Russia’s communications regulator said it blocked Facebook because of “discrimination against Russian media and information resources." Twitter was blocked shortly after.
Federal Lawmakers Worry Russian Leaders Are Using Crypto To Avoid Sanctions
US officials continue to scrutinize cryptocurrency markets for their potential role in aiding Russia’s avoidance of sweeping sanctions.
Google Maps Blocked Edits After People Falsely Claimed It Was Used to Coordinate Russian Air Strikes
Ukrainian-language accounts claimed edits targeted gas stations, schools, and hospitals in cities like Kyiv.
Apple Halted All Product Sales In Russia And Disabled Maps Features In Ukraine
"Last week, we stopped all exports into our sales channel in the country. Apple Pay and other services have been limited. RT News and Sputnik News are no longer available for download from the App Store outside Russia."
The NFTs They Bought From The Crypto Rapper Disappeared. Now They Want A Refund.
In the aftermath of the DOJ’s announcement of a $4.5 billion crypto laundering scheme, NFT owners want OpenSea to stop treating their goods like evidence of a crime.
The NFT Accounts Of The Couple Who Allegedly Tried To Launder $4.5 Billion In Stolen Crypto Have Disappeared
The couple may have attempted to use NFTs to launder some stolen Bitcoin, the Department of Justice complaint says.
A Woman Accused Of A $4.5 Billion Cryptocurrency Laundering Scheme Has Moonlighted As A Rapper And Forbes Writer
The DOJ has charged Heather Morgan, who uses the stage name Razzlekhan, with attempting to launder thousands of bitcoins alongside her husband, startup founder Ilya Lichtenstein.
Congress Is Trying To Figure Out What To Do About Crypto's Colossal Carbon Footprint
House members pushed back on crypto CEOs' assertion that bitcoin's energy consumption is actually a "feature not a bug."
Facebook’s Spanish-Language Moderators Are Calling Their Work A “Nightmare”
Contractors who moderate Spanish-language content on Facebook said they’ve been forced to come to the office during COVID surges.
Facebook Moderators Have Been Told They Can Work From Home After Employee Protests
Hundreds of Facebook moderators at the company's Mountain View campus can now work from home after their employer Accenture reversed an unpopular return-to-work mandate.
The San Francisco Police Department Has Encrypted Its Radio Feeds
The SFPD’s move is part of a growing law enforcement trend of encrypting agency communications previously available to the public.