Amazon Drivers Made To Sign Startling “Biometric Consent” Form
In an unnerving change of events for Amazon employees, the company is now forcing new AI cameras and biometric contracts onto drivers.
Facebook to Pay $650 Million Privacy Settlement Over Facial Recognition
The company was ordered by a judge to pay out over $345 per recipient, in an Illinois state law violation, totaling $650 million in payments.
SpaceX Shatters Record By Launching 143 Spacecraft on a Rocket
The Elon Musk-run company launched yet another rocket into a new record, with its “SmallSat Rideshare” delivery program aboard Transporter-1.
Parler Crawls Back Onto the Internet After Being Outlawed by Big Tech
Right-wing social media platform Parler has crawled back onto the internet with the help of a terrorist-affiliated Russian cloud company.
Apple Mac PC Growth at Massive 30% Following M1 Chipset
Apple’s worldwide PC shipments grew an astonishing 31.3% to 6.9 million computers sold in 2020’s Q4 alone, pushing it to a 9% market share.
Revolutionary SolarWinds Hack Blamed on Russia by Federal Agencies
The largest cybersecurity breach in history is thought to have originated from Russia, according to a new statement by the top US agencies.
Tesla Barely Falls Short Goal of Delivering 500,000 EVs in 2020
Musk’s Tesla falls just 450 vehicles short of their half a million EV delivery target, or about 0.09% away from their goal.
The Fall of Chipzilla Intel Attracts Activist Fund; Third Point
Third Point’s Dan Loeb pressed Intel to make sweeping manufacturing changes in order to bring back lost market share and declining value.
Russia’s SolarWinds Breach is Nothing Like We’ve Ever Seen
The biggest hack in years involved several US agencies, 18,000 customers, and more than 425 of the Fortune 500, the US’ biggest companies.
Amazon Gives $500 Million in Bonuses After ‘Voucher Incident’
The e-commerce giant handed out $500 million in bonuses to employees after “turkey vouchers” were given, sometimes worth as little as $10.