Courthouse News Service reports that a man hired to help repaint a yacht owned by Larry Page has sued the Google CEO. Why? Because despite vomiting and bleeding from the eyes, ears, and anus, James Grupinksi claims in court he was told by a supervisor to "stop being a baby" and to get back to work on Page's yacht. Yacht interior refit company HF Interior is also listed on the lawsuit.
"Have you ever found yourself visiting a website, Twitter feed, or Facebook page for the express purpose of ridiculing — or indulging your disdain for —the author and/or content? Then you're hate-reading. And unless you're a saint with limited Internet access, you're probably guilty of doing it at some point." - Katie J.M. Baker, "The Art of Hate-Reading."
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reportedly investigating whether companies in the United States are retaliating against hackers with cyberattacks of their own.
Immigration reform vs. distributed working: Mullenweg and Graham disagree over the fix for tech's labor crunch
With the technology industry ensnared in a never-ending battle for talent, many industry leaders are looking for creative solutions to this problem. Paul Graham recently penned an essay arguing (once again) for changes to this country’s skilled immigration policies: “Let the other 95% of Great Programmers In.” Yesterday, Automattic (creator of WordPress) founder and CEO Matt Mullenweg took issue with that post, writing, “How Paul Graham is Wrong.”
The government remains convinced North Korea is behind the cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, but it's now considering the possibility of the country hiring outside help to carry out the attack, according to a new report from Reuters.
Life360 bills itself as the family social network and today it’s taking on what might be one of the most dangerous issues facing families: distracted driving. Thanks to a new partnership with Ford, Life360 will now integrate with Ford SYNC AppLink enabling family members to see when each other are driving, so as to avoid distracting that person with a text or phone call.
All its complaints about the National Security Agency's global surveillance programs haven't stopped Germany from providing information to the United States to track German citizens suspected of traveling to the Middle East to join extremist groups.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has turned the Washington Post into a tech company.
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