Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales is launching an online news publication to tackle fake news with the help of journalists and community volunteers. Wikitribune will be “news by the people and for the people.”
Whether this is a case of ‘like father, like son’, we’re not sure, but, either way, one young boy learned what can happen when you get distracted by racy images on the side of a van advertising a strip club.
People in Moscow have been treated to a rare, stunning cloud formation of red and gold that seems to have covered the whole city, giving photo enthusiasts a chance to snap most impressive shots and hopefully ushering in a promising start to the spring season.
New allegations of malicious business practices have been levelled against Uber CEO Travis Kalanick which claim that his company tracked iPhone users on a consistent basis and hid what it was doing from Apple.
The lawyer representing Dr. David Dao, who was injured while being forcibly dragged from a United Airlines flight, is now representing a mother who was involved in an altercation with an American Airlines flight attendant.
The head of email un-subscription service Unroll.me has said he’s “heartbroken” that users are unhappy to learn that the company was selling their data, but people are not impressed with his non-apology.
Danish armed forces personnel have had their emails hacked over the last two years, Denmark’s security service said. The hack has been attributed to ‘Fancy Bear,’ a hacking group said to have connections to Russia.