When David Choe was asked to paint the walls of Facebook’s first headquarters, he considered the idea of Facebook “ridiculous and pointless, ” the New York Times reports. Nevertheless, when Sean Parker, then-president of the company, offered the graffiti artist cash or company stock, Choe opted for stock. Seven years later, he’s preparing for a […]
There are a slew of ways that Facebook can get you fired, and connecting to the wrong people in your office is one of the easiest ones.
It appears that Facebook’s CEO has fallen victim to his own security glitch.
All that stands between criminals and your bank account information is the word “password.” Sound familiar?
Few people would willingly carry around a device that tracks their movements and records conversations. But, according to documents released by the American Civil Liberties Union, cell phone companies are doing all of that.