Department of Justice Steps into Apple Battle
Apple and the FBI have been fighting for the past few weeks about whether or not they can unlock the phone of a San Bernadino shooter. FBI says they have to, Apple says no, repeat.
The Department of Justice decided to step in on Thursday to give their two cents. In a filing the DOJ said, ‘ … Apple’s rhetoric is not only false, but also corrosive of the very institutions that are best able to safeguard our liberty and our rights.” The DOJ even said Apple and their multiple tech industry supporters (Google, Microsoft, Twitter, etc) are creating a media frenzy. iDrama. (Source Engadget)
ISIS Data Breach
We know from Snowden that all it takes is one insider to create big problems. It seems like ISIS had a Snowden of their own who has leaked personal information and secret data of 22,000 ISIS fighters. The information fell into the hands of Britain’s Sky News and now is being spread around. If this information is legit, it could be major for security agencies on taking down the violent group. (Source Wired)
We thought about sending ISIS a copy of What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube…but not. Keep leaking ISIS.
Amazon Went Down and The World Stopped
Thursday afternoon, Amazon.com went down for 20 minutes and no one was calm. Around 2:30pm users trying to purchase online and through the app were greeted with an error message. Amazon lovers took to Twitter to express their upset and fear. #AmazonApocalypse (Source Mashable)