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Wisconsin Company to Microchip Employees
The tiny, implantable RFID chips will let employees make purchases in the company's break room mini market, open doors, login to their computers, use the copy machine, and more.



Telegram App Gets Self-Destructing Photo Feature
Version 4.2 of the app, released Sunday, includes a self-destruct timer for photos and videos, a new bio feature for profiles, plus speed and sticker improvements.



Report: Verizon Throttles Netflix, YouTube During Network Tests
Verizon says the speed discrepancies were related to 'network testing over the past few days to optimize the performance of video applications on our network.'



YouTube Redirecting Potential ISIS Recruits to Anti-Terrorist Content
The platform will redirect people searching for violent extremist content to videos that confront and discredit extremist messaging and mythology.



Sony Using Copyright Law to Stop Spread of Leaked PS4 Dev Kit
Sony isn't just ensuring all downloads are removed, it is forcing even discussions of the leaked PS4 software development kit offline.



Malware Infection Was Possible by Dying in Valve's Games
A buffer overflow and malicious ragdoll in Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike:GO, Left 4 Dead 2, Half-Life 2: Deathmatch, and Portal 2 meant your PC could get infected.



US Shuts Down Huge Online Dark Web Market, AlphaBay
The site was used by 'hundreds of thousands' of people to buy and sell illegal goods and services, such as drugs, stolen IDs, malware, and other hacking tools.



Homeland Security Ends Hand Luggage Laptop Ban
The controversial laptop ban on flights to the US has ended due to "enhanced security measures" being put in place at airports.



Facebook Disables Easiest Method of Spreading Fake News
The social network just killed the ability to modify link previews therefore ensuring the preview content can be trusted before you click.



After Docs Phishing Scam, Google to Call Out Unverified Apps
Google is rolling out a new 'unverified app' warning screen, which will appear when you encounter web apps Google has not confirmed as authentic.