Amazon is once again nixing movie pre-orders, this time against Disney, likely as a move to "motivate" negotiations in a direction it considers more favorable. Neither Disney or Amazon have commented on the matter, but it has been noted that recent Disney movies like Guardians of the Galaxy are not available for pre-order on Amazon.
There is a service out there called Leak - or there was a service out there called Leak, but now it’s down. It was, to put it simply, an email service that let you send messages completely anonymously. Because of this - because of the basic premise, that is, they’ve been shut down.
Yahoo, one of several tech companies swept up in the government spying controversy, has revealed that it'll be giving its Mail users an end-to-end encryption option starting next year. The announcement was made at Black Hat earlier today, where Yahoo Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos detailed the plan.
There’s a company called PrivateCore that’s just this week been acquired by none other than Facebook. Their mission - or at least what they hope to bring to Facebook - is to "help make the world more open and connected, in a secure and trusted way." How well do you think they’ll do?
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