The Kremlin’s network of professional propaganda-spewing internet trolls is large. According to one former insider, there are thousands of Russians who work full-time jobs publishing social media updates, internet comments, and blog posts specifically designed to foment hatred for the U.S. and support for the Russian… »
This week, certain key sections of the notorious Patriot Act—the law that gives the NSA its snooping powers—automatically expired. Don’t get too excited just yet, though: they’re probably coming back with a few changes. Here’s what we know, and what it means for your privacy.
Leonardo DiCaprio, actor and founding father of the Pussy Posse, is making the most of his late spring. The big horny fun man reportedly partied with hot sex friend Kelly Rohrbach this weekend in the Hamptons, and boy was his rental home nice. »
If recent months have taught us anything, it’s that the Kardashians—a family whose daily comings and goings are documented more thoroughly than the Obamas’—are able to conceal secrets more securely than the most secret shadow branches of the C.I.A., until such time as TV ratings require their reveal. This week, the… »
We all know why people choose to work for big Wall Street banks: “the money.” But is it “worth it?” It’s hard to imagine that it is.
A man who posted graphic Facebook updates describing the myriad ways he might torture and murder his wife didn’t actually threaten her within the legal meaning of the term, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. The decision is at once a victory for free speech and a significant hurdle for victims of online harassment. »
A woman says her dog died during a routine grooming at Petco because the technician had other plans that day. »